Waku Waku Sweets Physical Multi-Language Release is Here at Playasia!
Nintendo™ Switch – Asia
- An Asia Exclusive + physical game for the Nintendo Switch with a Multi-Language option.
- The game is set to release on the 30th of May this year.
- Get the game here at Playasia for $49.99 USD.
Let’s get physical! Sonic Powered delicious cooking sim, Waku Waku Sweets, will be receiving a physical edition this coming Summer for the Nintendo Switch. Publisher Arc System Works announced that they will bring the game exclusively to Asia with English language support.
BUT, THAT’S NOT ALL…
Waku Waku Sweets physical edition is also a Multi-Language edition. The game will be playable in Chinese, Korean, and Japanese languages. Adding up the English option, there are a total of four languages to choose from! How could this get any sweeter?
Get those Joy-Cons ready to get working in the vibrant kitchen of Waku Waku Sweets as this game is scheduled to launch on the 30th of May this year. In fact…
WAKU WAKU SWEETS IS NOW OPEN FOR PRE-ORDER HERE AT PLAYASIA.
Learn how to make desserts and pre-order the game now! Click the button below to reserve your copies.
The game’s box art illustration on our website’s product page is tentative as of the moment. However, NintendoSoup shared their first look at the game’s box art that comes with English packaging. You can check it out below. Thanks, NintendoSoup! Nevertheless, we’ll keep you updated, folks!
The game was first released in Japan for the Nintendo 3DS as Kirameki Waku Waku Sweets in 2013 as a physical release. It was then followed by its digital edition in 2014. After four years, on March 29, the game was then localized in the West as Waku Waku Sweets: Happy Sweets Making for the Nintendo 3DS as well.
Five months after, a new chef in the Nintendo Switch’s kitchen was seen as Waku Waku Sweets: Amai Okashi ga Dekiru kana? has been ported out to Nintendo’s latest console in Japan both physically and digitally. It was then localized in North America as Waku Waku Sweets on November 22, 2018, via the Nintendo eShop.
Will you be picking up the game now that it will receive its English physical edition for Switch? Share us your thoughts in the comments section below.
For now, you can check out the trailer for the Japanese edition of the game.
there's this weird cooking mama clone on switch called waku waku sweets and it looks really good but iTS FORTY FUCKING DOLLARS
— 💜Saturn💜 (@BunBunSaturn) March 26, 2019
Ooo there’s this game that you can buy as a download on the Switch and it is literally perfect and so cute!! :’) It’s called Waku Waku Sweets and it’s currently on sale until 12/12 💞
— нαιℓєу ღවꇳවღ (@pasteltendo) November 24, 2018
I really wanna buy Waku Waku Sweets while it's on sale… I'm sure it'll come on sale for cheaper, but I still wanna buy it now just in case it doesn't…
— 🐱ラブリー猫ママあゆみ〜ん😻 (@ayumiin) November 23, 2018
Basically every Capcom game, some Zeldas, Xenoblade, a ton of retro revival type stuff like Sega 3D Classics, River City, Blaster Master, Gunvolt, Steel Empire ETC
And Waku Waku Sweets
— taizou 🏳️🌈🦁 (@taizou_hori) April 4, 2018
I found this anime clone of Cooking Mama today, and I’ve never wanted anything more! 😂🎂https://t.co/Ja2g5kaEZH
— Sami 🌸🍃 (@sami_spoon) March 21, 2019
My love of kawaiiness might just kill me tomorrow on #SwitchSunday …. @trophybear and I are playing Waku Waku Sweets after the news, new games, and trailers! 10AM CST tomorrow! Don’t miss it 🧁❤️ pic.twitter.com/PR98nLcV4U
— Marc Chima vs. C2E2 (@itsmechima) November 24, 2018
also looking at other games I'd like to try. definitely the Hugtto game, when it comes out, but also the Pripara game, and a desserts-focused Cooking Mama sort of game called Waku Waku Sweets that releases next week
— princess erincat 🎀👑 (@manycolors) November 16, 2018
So, is Waku Waku 7 a timed exclusive on the Switch? 'Cuz I want some of that sweet Ryu punching bag goodness on my Playstation 4 as well.
— MNeko (@MNeko) March 10, 2017