Everyday: Today’s Menu for the Emiya Family still has trouble cooking. It seems like fans of the Today’s Menu for the Emiya Family anime and Fate/stay night series have to wait a little longer. As posted on its official Twitter account, the game will not make it this year. No further information was announced as to when we can taste the menu of Emiya Family on Switch. One thing’s for sure, though; it is getting a North American release.
Initially scheduled for release this year, this is already the second time it got delayed. Its developer, Aniplex, postponed it during the second quarter of 2020 because of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. By July, they announced that the game would also cater to North American fans.
The story is an adaptation of Today’s Menu for Emiya Family. It will feature the original recipes of the manga and anime and add new ones related to the content. You will have to recreate the dishes following a certain command or press of a button. If you’ve watched the anime or read the manga, you already have an idea of what tasks you need to do.
Everyday: Today’s Menu for the Emiya Family is based on Today’s Menu for Emiya Family, a spin-off series from Fate/stay night. Fate/stay night was initially an adult visual novel by Type-Moon in 2004. It was made into manga in 2005 and adapted into anime in 2006. Currently, it has a number of series, spin-offs, films, and video games that fans can enjoy.
What food will you cook with Saber, Shiro Emiya, Sakura Matou, and Rin Tohsaka? Let me know in the comments!