While 7th Dragon III Code: VFD is set to launch on July 12 in North America, SEGA currently has no plans to bring the 3DS JRPG to Europe.
SEGA community manager Dan Sheridan confirmed the lack of release plans during a Q&A session in a recent YouTube video for the upcoming SEGA-published Motorsport Manager.
Even though they cannot confirm a release for Europe, SEGA is aware of the fan demand for the game and they are looking into the feasibility of a European localization.
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Amazon is now taking orders for the new line of Kirby amiibo that is releasing this June alongside the launch of Kirby: Planet Robobot for the 3DS.
While listed for $12.99 each, the online retailer is taking 20 percent off the price for Amazon Prime members, bringing it down to $10.39 a figure.
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Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima recently told Japanese publication The Asahi Shimbun that their next platform, codenamed “NX,” will not be a successor to the Wii U. Instead, it will be another device sold alongside the Wii U and 3DS.
Kimishima’s statement not only echoes former company president Satoru Iwata’s message regarding the DS — that it would be a “third pillar” system to coexist with their home console and Game Boy lines — it is also essentially the same thing Iwata told investors last year.
“Though I cannot confirm when [the NX] will be launched or any other details of the system, since I have confirmed that it will be ‘a dedicated video game platform with a brand new concept,’ it should mean that we do not intend it to become a simple ‘replacement’ for Nintendo 3DS or Wii U.”
From now until June 19, My Nintendo members can pick up a five-pack of Miitomo Game Tickets for 350 Platinum points instead of the usual 420.
It is perfect if you don’t want to spend real-world money on Miitomo, but still want some of the rare clothing being offered in the Miitomo Drop minigame.
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And then also awkwardly rotate in a couple of top-down Mode 7 levels because the SNES classic Contra III: The Alien Wars is out today for the New 3DS Virtual Console.
There’s also PokéPark Wii: Pikachu’s Adventure out today for the Wii U. Not exactly a game on the top of people’s most wanted list for the Wii U’s Virtual Console, but Nintendo seems to just do their own thing when it comes to choosing what games get brought over.No comments
To celebrate the launch of the Master Wind Waker DLC Pack in Hyrule Warriors Legends, Nintendo is giving away some free Delicious Weird Eggs and Delicious Odd Mushrooms for the game’s My Fairy mode, along with 500,000 Rupees.
Depending on your settings, you may have to activate SpotPass for the game before you can get the free stuff. To do so, simply find the option in the game’s Network Settings menu. Be sure to also hit the “Check for SpotPass Data” button to make sure you get your items.No comments
The Pokémon Center online store recently introduced a new line of clothing and accessories featuring the iconic Pikachu in a stylish black and white “comic style” design.No comments
In conjunction with Nintendo’s previously announced transition to a company with an audit and supervisory committee, the company will also be updating their corporate charter to better reflect the expanding scope of their business plans.
On June 29, Nintendo will amend their Articles of Incorporation, an official record where a company defines its purpose, to include four new proposed areas of interest for the company:
- Development, manufacturing and sale of medical devices and health devices
- Development, manufacturing and sale of computer software
- Management of and investment in eating establishments, stores and entertainment sites
- Licensing of intellectual property rights
These additions aren’t a confirmation that Nintendo actually plans to work in these sectors, it just grants them the freedom to diversify their operations.
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The official Twitter account for Pokémon in Japan confirmed that new information on the next pair of upcoming games Pokémon Sun and Moon will be released on June 2.No comments
When 7th Dragon III Code: VFD launches for the 3DS on July 12 in the Americas, SEGA will continue to support the JRPG with weekly DLC releases.
The full list of paid content ranges from unlockable characters to bonus post-game content.
Quest: Seed Outbreak!
Description: Encounter Dragonsbane Seeds for extra XP and money.
Quest: Gold Rabi Outbreak!
Description: Encounter Gold Rabis for extra XP and money.
Quest: Code: Student!
Description: Recruit the Samurai character from 7th Dragon 2020
Quest: Code: Otaku!
Description: Recruit the Hacker character from 7th Dragon 2020
Quest: Code: Lucier!
Description: Recruit the Lucier character from 7th Dragon 2020-II
Quest: To My Beloved Unit 13
Description: Prepare for post-game. Unlock ultimate weapons for all classes and a “Blaster Raven” character
Quest: Allie’s Death March
Description: A test for the bravest dragon hunters, beware. Unlock a boss rush of nearly every encounter in the game pumped up to max level. EXTREME!
SEGA also announced that the “Nagamimi Doll” item DLC will be free at launch. Downloading it adds a talking Nagamimi bunny doll in your apartment.
While some DLC will be available on launch day, the player will have to reach a certain point in the game’s story to activate it.
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