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24 Developers Give Their Thoughts On The Nintendo Switch In Famitsu Survey

Popular Japanese gaming publication Famitsu recently surveyed 24 gaming companies on what they think about the soon-to-be-launched Nintendo Switch. The survey asks questions about the Nintendo Switch price point, if the developer is creating content, thoughts on the paid online service and more. 77 more words

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New images revealed for the Ash and Pikachu riding on Charizard figure

A new batch of images have been revealed for the Ash and Pikachu riding Charizard figure. The pictures show different angles of the figure to display the details on all of the characters included. 41 more words

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Kosuke Yabuki Talks Bringing Mario Kart 8 Deluxe to the Nintendo Switch

Having already discussed ARMS with Famitsu, (what with being the Producer for Nintendo’s newest IP), there was also time to talk about Mario Kart 8 Deluxe… 467 more words

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An Extensive Famitsu Interview with Kosuke Yabuki (ARMS)

The time to get to know ARMS a hell of a later better has come.

Speaking with Kosuke Yabuki, the Producer of ARMS, Famitsu got to ask him every question under the sun and… 863 more words

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Will we see Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy VII in 2017?

Will we see Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy VII in 2017? More than likely, not. According to an interview in Fanmitsu, the developers have stated “In terms of the state of development, there is still some way to go,” regarding KH3.   142 more words

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Pokemon Sun and Moon were the best-selling games of November 2016 in Japan

The latest issue of Famitsu has revealed that Pokemon Sun and Moon were the best-selling games of November 2016 in Japan, with more than two million copies sold for Nintendo 3DS. 215 more words

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A New Atlus JRPG? Sign Me Up!!!

So this Tweet came out less than 24 hours ago:

【ニコ生は12/23(金) 20:00~】「ペルソナ」でも、「メガテン」でもない。新たな挑戦―― アトラス新プロジェクト詳細はニコ生にて! https://t.co/xlyuEEEecO

— アトラス公式アカウント (@Atlus_jp) December 20, 2016

Obviously for those who don’t read Japanese (or in my case, don’t have the translation readily available), Atlus has announced that they are making a new JRPG series that isn’t a part of the Persona or Shin Megami Tensei series of games, this will be a completely new IP, or as they call it “a new challenge”.

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