Journey to the Hisui region later this week

gaming, japan, nintendo switch, pokemon, upcoming releases, video, video: check out japan's 'final preview' trailer for pokémon legends: arceus

Image: The Pokémon Company

There’s not much longer to go now until the launch of Pokémon Legends: Arceus on the Switch. Although we’re nearly there, Nintendo and The Pokémon Company are still blasting us with daily videos.

Today’s clip is a ‘final preview’ of the game, courtesy of Japan’s Pokémon YouTube channel. It recaps some of what we’ve seen before, a little bit more, and even a few surprises. In the trailer, you can see battles, modes of transport, and the many characters and locations you’ll encounter across your journey.

The only catch is, it’s all in Japanese – but there’s enough action to give you an idea about what’s going on. Enjoy!

Subscribe to Nintendo Life on YouTube

This latest trailer follows on from yesterday’s western clip – which teased the Hisuian Starter Evolutions of Cyndaquil, Oshawott, and Rowlet. You can see more in our previous post. Pokémon Legends: Arceus will launch exclusively on Switch on 28th January.

Are you ready for a new adventure? Leave a comment below.

[source youtu.be, via reddit.com]

Keyword: Video: Check Out Japan's 'Final Preview' Trailer For Pokémon Legends: Arceus

CAR'S NEWS RELATED

Obsessed with Mario Kart? Take it too far with these TAG Heuer watches

Watches TAG Heuer teams up with Nintendo for two limited edition timepieces Watchmaker TAG Heuer has teamed up with Nintendo to create two limited edition timepieces celebrating one of the best racing games ever created. A perfect, if expensive, gift for the Mario Kart-obsessed person in your life. The more ...

View more: Obsessed with Mario Kart? Take it too far with these TAG Heuer watches

The next big video game platform? Your BMW, apparently

Are you tired of fighting tooth and nail for a PS5? Wouldn’t you like to leave the fist fights and public brawls behind in favour of a more adult, more refined gaming experience? Well BMW, of all companies, may be your answer brave wanderer. Starting next year, owners of ...

View more: The next big video game platform? Your BMW, apparently

BMW turns its cars into games consoles

Gaming Use your phone as a controller to play multiplayer games With the recent silicon shortage making it hard to get both new cars and videogame consoles, BMW has decided to roll the two into one by turning the centre section of its BMW Curved Display into a fully fledged ...

View more: BMW turns its cars into games consoles

Weird crossover of the week: the Hummer EV is coming to Call of Duty

Gaming Hummer trades on its US military history by getting its new electric pickup into CoD Gather round all, for there is a new automotive/gaming tie up for you to be aware of. Yep, GMC has teamed up with Activision to get its new Hummer EV pickup into the upcoming ...

View more: Weird crossover of the week: the Hummer EV is coming to Call of Duty

Remembering classic games: Cisco Heat (1990)

Gaming Cadillac takes on Nissan in this classic arcade that pits police cars against each other The world of videogames is littered with examples of misuse of police budget, but arcade game Cisco Heat: All American Police Car Race has to be among the most taxpayer troubling. That’s because it ...

View more: Remembering classic games: Cisco Heat (1990)

Ian Callum on the Prodrive sim: 'most racing simulators are ugly'

Gaming One of the prettiest sims out there also happens to be a proper racing tool If one day in the future your toaster is built out of carbon fibre and boasts the structural rigidity of an F1 car, it’s probably because Prodrive happened. The British motorsport and engineering titan ...

View more: Ian Callum on the Prodrive sim: 'most racing simulators are ugly'

F1 Manager 22 review: the prettiest spreadsheet we've ever seen

Gaming First Formula One management game in 20 years challenges armchair strategists Sitting around on a Sunday afternoon watching the Ferrari F1 team’s title hopes implode in slow motion, it’s tempting to think that you could do a better job with one of the fastest cars on the grid and ...

View more: F1 Manager 22 review: the prettiest spreadsheet we've ever seen

The Ferrari 296 GTB is now in Rocket League

Gaming And honestly, it’s worth it for the engine sound alone. Have a listen here Is it just us, or does Rocket League kind of feel like it’s been around forever? Somehow, we’ve only had seven years’ worth of rocket-propelled high jinks and soul-crushing air swings. We picked it up ...

View more: The Ferrari 296 GTB is now in Rocket League

You can now drive a Pagani Huayra R in your living room*

This is the V10-engined £2.5m McLaren Solus GT, a real-life Gran Turismo racer

Grand Theft Auto 6 will set a new benchmark ‘for all entertainment’

Call of Duty adds Singapore Grand Prix map to Modern Warfare 2 Beta

The Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 is now in a videogame

Remembering classic games: Rock n’ Roll Racing (1993)

F1 22 review: racing, supercars and... interior design?

Forza Motorsport reboot is coming Spring 2023

The first official F1 management game in decades arrives 25 August

Volvo brings Fortnite graphics to the dashboard

Official: Sony is making a Gran Turismo TV series!

Remembering classic games: Daytona USA (1993)

OTHER CAR NEWS

;
Breaking thailand news, thai news, thailand news Verified News Story Network