Daily Update: Chef Mario Debuts

Today’s Daily Update sees Chef Mario joining Mario Kart Tour, several new Japanese Switch games announced, plus much more…

Chef Mario

Mario Kart Tour saw the start of the Cooking Tour and added Chef Mario as a playable character. Check out the tour trailer at this post.

Watashi Dake Ireba Mondai Naiyone

SEEC are porting their smartphone messaging game Watashi Dake Ireba Mondai Naiyone to the Japanese Switch eShop on June 18 for ¥1,300. It only supports Japanese text however.

Entergram are publishing the 3D dungeon RPG Kono Subarashii SekaI ni Shukufuku wo!~Kibou no Meikyuu to Tsudoishi Boukenshatachi~Plus for Switch and PS4 in Japan on August 27 for ¥6,600 with a limited edition priced at ¥9,900.


Regista are publishing the puzzle-solving adventure game TETRA for Nintendo Switch on the Switch eShop on June 18 for ¥990. It’s expected to be a worldwide launch as it supports both Japanese and English.


The third-person horror game GOHOME which is set in a residential area in 2000s Japan, is scheduled for Summer release on the Japanese Switch eShop and on Steam on June 17. Video here.

Magazine Mogul

Kairosoft will be bringing the magazine simulation game Magazine Mogul to the Switch eShop on June 11 priced at ¥1,500  and which sees you run a magazine company creating magazines with the attributes Writing, Design, Interest and Typos. Video here.

Arcade Archives Naughty Boy

The 1982 Jaleco action game Arcade Archives Naughty Boy released on the Switch eShop priced at ¥838. The player controls a naughty boy who runs through a forest throwing rocks at monsters.

Children of Zodiarcs

CIRCLE Ent. are bringing the fantasy tactical RPG Children of Zodiarcs to the Japanese Switch eShop on June 18 priced at ¥1,800.


Taito have released a DJMAX RESPECT DLC pack for Groove Coaster Wai Wai Party!!!! in Japan (June 18 in the west) adding 10 new songs

Weekly Famitsu review scores this week saw AO Tennis 2 with 30/40, Cannibal Cuisine with 23/40, Jet Lancer with 31/40, and Unreal Life with 33/40. Check out this week’s Famitsu Most Wanted from the magazine at this post.