If you’re looking for some great lofi music to listen to while you work, Humble Games and Nikko Nikko launched the lofi album for the upcoming rhythm RPG Infinite Guitars. You can stream it now on Apple and Spotify. Then, you can play the game on Nintendo Switch, PC (Steam|Humble [affiliate link]), and Xbox One starting December 13.
In Infinite Guitars, a world shredded by the devastating war against the Mechs, the remnants of humanity scavenge and fight to survive. Now, the metal war machines have reawakened—and only your electric guitar can turn their technology against them! Gather up the party, tune up your favorite axe, and get ready to rock in Infinite Guitars, a genre-melting rhythm RPG featuring vibrant anime-inspired art, adrenaline-fueled Mech battles, and a blazing original soundtrack.
Also, Crunchyroll announced a new 8-bit adventure game for their mascot Crunchyroll-Hime called Hime’s Quest. This game will be released on Game Boy Color with pre-orders open now through December 23. Of course, you can also play the game via download or browser later this year for free, but the ability to buy a new Game Boy Color game is something else.
Take control as Crunchyroll-Hime to save the anime club from Y2K in her first-ever video game: Hime’s Quest. Set in 1999, something electric is in the air. A malevolent force has crept into New Crunchy City, wreaking havoc on its technology, and tragically destroying the Anime Club’s precious DVD/VCR combo player. Can you root out the dastardly cretin brazen enough to ruin their meeting?