Ouchi de Rilakkuma: Rilakkuma ga Ouchi ni Yatte Kita announced for Switch

Due out on November 5 in Japan.

Ouchi de Rilakkuma: Rilakkuma ga Ouchi ni Yatte Kita

Nippon Columbia has announced Ouchi de Rilakkuma: Rilakkuma ga Ouchi ni Yatte Kita for Switch. It will launch on November 5 in Japan for 5,800 yen.

Get the first details below.

Easy Living with Rilakkuma

Before you know it, Rilakkuma, Korilakkuma, and Kiiroitori are living in your house. They laze around, play with toys, and do as they please. They may even make a mess, scribble on the wall, and get into trouble from time to time. While not exactly helpful in any way, they somehow have a mysterious charm that cannot help but put a smile on your face.

A Bit of Daily Exercise

Ouchi de Rilakkuma: Rilakkuma ga Ouchi ni Yatte Kita features a simple fitness game that can be played with Rilakkuma and company. If you do this everyday, without pushing yourself too much, it might resolve any lack of exercise you have. There are two modes: “Course Mode,” which allows you to track your daily results, and “Free Mode,” for when you just want to exercise a little.

Play and Refresh Together

If Korilakkuma persuades you, then play together every now and then. Train your brain in “Rock-Paper-Scissors,” or relieve some stress in “Indoor Snowball Fight.”

Choose a Stylish Interior

Choose from stylish interiors such as “beach resort apartment-style” or “brick wall Brooklyn-style” for your home.

Communication, Food, and More

Enjoy various forms of communication, such as pinching Rilakkuma’s cheeks, patting them, and feeding them pancakes. If you go out for a picnic, you may even run into Chairoikoguma.

Visit the teaser website here.

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