Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s upcoming puzzler, Lumines Remastered, has been delayed. The game was originally set for a May 2018 release, but this is no longer the case. Lumines Remastered will now launch on June 26 for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam. Fans need not worry since it is not a huge delay. Enhance did not state what caused this delay during their announcement. We first learned of the game during Nintendo’s Nindie Showcase back in March. Fans of the PSP original, Lumines: Puzzle Fusion, rejoiced as it was unexpected. The original was highly received and received numerous awards for 2005, which included Best PSP Game of the Year and Handheld Game of the Year. This remaster will be developed by Resonair instead of Q Entertainment, which helmed the original. It will also host a variety of new feature, some exclusive to the Nintendo Switch. There will be the basic Challenge Mode but also Time Attack, Skin Edit, Puzzle, Mission, VS CPU, and a local two-player versus mode. The Switch will see HD rumble features used for their joy-cons. Not only this, there is going to be a feature called Trance Vibration. Here, rhythm feedback can be sent to multiple sets of controllers in order to capture the true feeling of this game.