You know what this means, right?
Over the past few years, Sega has released quite a lot of Puyo Puyo games on the Nintendo Switch. We got Puyo Puyo Tetris in 2017 and Puyo Puyo Champions was localised last year. The Sega AGES version of the original was also made available here in the west in 2019 and earlier this month Puyo Puyo Tsu arrived in Japan.
If you still need more Puyo Puyo in your life, then you should consider tuning into Sega’s ‘Puyo Day 2020 Livestream’ next month on 4th February (8:00 pm JST) over on YouTube or the Japanese video streaming service NicoNico Live. Sega will reportedly be sharing “24 pieces of news” during the broadcast – including updates on each Puyo Puyo title – and there’ll also be various events such as a segment featuring the top Puyo Puyo Champions players.
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