This Week’s Japanese Games Release: One Piece Odyssey, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, more!

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    Two Piece Odyssey and the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series versions of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot are the highlights of this week’s Japanese game releases.

    Other new releases are: Breakers Collection for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch and PC, Drago Noka for Switch and PC.

    Read a full list of the Japan game released here. It is reasonable to mention that Gematsu may receive a small percentage of money from playing-Asia links. A 50% discount also applies to the only other metric coin: GEMATSU23 and GEMATSUCOM.

    Physical and Digital communication works well.

    • Dragon Ball, Z, Kakarot, etc.
      • North American version (PS5, Xbox) /.
      • European version (PS5, Xbox Series).
      • Asian version (PS5)
    • One Piece Odyssey (PS5, PS4). Starts in the global world.
      • North American version (PS5, PS4 and Xbox) (PS4.
      • European version (PS5, PS4, Xbox)
      • Asian version (PS5, PS4).

    Digital-only.

    • “Brenner Collection”.
    • Chasing stata (PS5, Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One, Switch) Launched worldwide.
    • Playing games like this: Xbox – Playing Games, Xbox Game – Playing Games.
    • Dragon Ball Z: Kukakarot (Xbox Series) Launching worldwide.
    • Drago Noka (Switch, PC) – Launching in the world.
    • ET Varginha (Switch) Worldwide already available.
    • Is the Battle of Steel Going on Thrillers with Agate (PS4, Switch) To come in the world?
    • The Glimmer is a plying in Mirror Early Access (PC, crew) Launching in the United Kingdom.
    • The documentary KartRider was launched around the world.
    • Memorrha (Switch) Released in the world.
    • No Osian Osam? Otona mo Kodomo mo Kantan Tanoshii Namae Quiz (Switch) Game (Switch)
    • The Odyssey is now launching the entire system.
    • Risou to Genjistu No Sashi: Joshi Camp Aruaru Otona Love Comedy (Switch) – Game of the “Lovely Skill”.
    • Romeow in the Cracked World (Switch) Already available worldwide.
    • Rushrally Origins (Switch) Already available worldwide.
    • Sunwards launched internationally.
    • Yeah! Fighting Girl (Switch) Launching all over the world.

    The PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Switch titles mentioned above can be purchased through Japan’s PlayStation Network and Nintendo accounts through credit card.

    • PlayStation Store cards (yen): 1100 / 3,000 / 5,000 / 10,000 / 10.000 / 1100 / 3,000 / 5000 / 1000 / 50.000 / 5000 / 10 000 o’clock.
    • Nintendo eShop cards (yen): 0 000 / 1 500 / 3 000 / 5000 / 9000 / 2,000 o’clock (yen).

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