The adorable Game Boy-inspired Save Me Mr Tako: Definitive Edition celebrates its one-year anniversary tomorrow, and to celebrate, the game recently got a brand new update!
The little pea-green octopus' adventure will get a brand new Japanese localisation courtesy of 8-4. This means that the game will now fully support Japanese again and will also display kanji as well as kana characters — whereas the previously delisted version only used kana.
Here are the full patch notes for the update, which went live on 28th April, straight from the game's Steam page:
- Dialog box now shows the speaker name
- New Japanese localization added
- Fixed the king's death message reappearing issue
- Fixed the sage item disappearing issue if the player leaves the house (until re-entering the town)
- Fixed the switch hidden behind the HUD issue in Octopus Temple
- Fixed an issue that occured in the volcano dungeon lava area
- Fixed the soft lock issue in Octopus Temple
- Fixed the Konami code room camera issue
- Fixed some typos
Limited Run Games are also releasing a physical edition, which you can pre-order right now until 22 May at 8:59 PDT / 11:59pm EDT. Currently, this is only available in the US, but the Switch cart is region-free, so if you have the money in your octo-purse, you can still import the game.
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