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Japan’s Famitsu magazine continues to be a treasure trove of information for the upcoming Fire Emblem: Three Houses for Nintendo Switch. Last time, the publication revealed tons of new screenshots unveiling character classes, gameplay mechanics, and more. And now we have even more information fully detailing how those systems work and intertwine with each other.
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According to reports from various Japanese news outlets (and relayed through Twitter user HDKirin), Nippon Ichi Software is in dire financial straits. The development and publishing company has been suffering for quite some time due to poor sales of their titles in Japan. And now it seems, due to debilitating issues surrounding their latest mobile
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Hey Fire Emblem and Utapri fans, it’s that time of the week again. Nintendo revealed new profiles and introduction videos for characters in Fire Emblem Three Houses, but only in Japanese despite the game’s worldwide release. Luckily us writers are here to translate everything. Most characters are faces we’ve already seen in past trailers and screenshots.
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The Castlevania Anniversary Collection, which just launched on May 16th, has been confirmed by the official PlayStation blog to receive a future update — one that would add Japanese title variants as a free update shortly after the game’s launch. According to the post, Konami released the free update in response to fan feedback. More information
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Marvelous announced a slightly more precise release estimate for Rune Factory 5 on Switch. According to Wall Street Journal’s Takashi Mochizuki, the company announced in a statement it “definitely won’t be releasing Rune Factory 5 before the end of March 2020″. Marvelous further stated they “just started Rune Factory 5‘s development” and would rather “take
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A while back a collaboration between Pokemon Company and Bandai Namco was leaked, which resulted in an extremely cute Eevee Tamagotchi eventually being released in Japan. This special edition Tamagotchi is similar to the model Bandai released for the pocket pet’s 20th anniversary: The size, weight, and design are comparable to the classic version and
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Japanese magazine Famitsu has revealed a ton of brand new screenshots for the upcoming Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Said screens detail the characters as well as the overall gameplay system, which have been translated through BlackKite and Serenes Forest. The screenshots showcase the protagonist speaking with the many students from the three houses and as
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While the closure of Telltale Games last fall left an unfortunate note on the release of the remaining episodes of The Walking Dead: The Final Season, the last two installments of the series were finally released earlier this year from Skybound Games and its StillNotBitten development team. Given that the series managed to reach a satisfying
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On August 30, PlatinumGames and Nintendo will be releasing Nintendo Switch exclusive Astral Chain. That game features a “Synergetic Action” system that has players fighting with two different characters at once. As the simultaneous control of characters sounded a bit like the the core concept of Scalebound, Microsoft and PlatinumGames’ infamously canceled title, some people
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There is speculation that Super Mario Maker 2 will not have amiibo support. Reddit user realestmemoryman3 posted on the Mario Maker Reddit a link directed to a Gamefaqs thread. In the thread, there were comparisons of different first-party Nintendo Switch Game posters including Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Yoshi’s Crafted World, and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. On all posters of
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Last month Nintendo Dream published an interview with Rune Factory 4 Special developers — Yoshifumi Hashimoto, president and representative director of studio Hakama and Marvelous game planner Shirou Maekawa — in which they delve into the reasons for bringing Rune Factory 4 to the Nintendo Switch, as well as a few new features for the remastered version.
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Square Enix has been releasing a series called “Inside Final Fantasy,” which are developer diaries that delve into the developmental process, secrets, and anecdotes in a series of interviews from some of the top developers of the game. This particular video, which focuses on Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, features interviews with: Yoshinori Kitase (Producer)
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