Crayon Shin-chan is back as Game for Nintendo Switch

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Remember this 90’s anime TV series Shin-chan? If you didn’t know, this is one of the beloved anime series back then and it was dubbed by the legendary Filipino-rapper, Andrew E. Though the new updates for Shin-chan is not about a TV series but a video game, the new game is titled Crayon Shin-chan: Ora to Hakase no Natsuyami which is coming to Nintendo Switch this year on Japan.

Announced for Japan Nintendo Direct for the month of February, it is directed by Kaz Ayabe known for his video game Boku no Natsuyasumi. The developer of the game is Millenium Kitchen and published by Neos Corporation.

Crayon Shin-chan: Ora to Hakase no Natsuyami is an adventure game set in a 90’s Japanese town where players will be controlling the protagonist of the game Shin-chan (Shinnosuke Nohara), as he and his family will be spending a summer vacation in Kyushu for seven days. Shin-chan adventure includes fishing, catching bugs, interacting with the locals and completing story to progress on the game.

However, since the game is locally released in Japan, the language it supported is limited to Japanese and as to date, there is no official Crayon Shin-chan game that has been localized (except for a fan-made english translation of a Game Boy Advanced game).

You can watch the video game trailer below.

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