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Capcom Is Making A 3DS Game That Uses Train Passes

(Source: kotaku.com)

According to Famitsu, Capcom is developing a new 3DS title that uses smart cards for an upcoming title.

These cards, also known as IC cards, are issued by Japanese railway companies and used as train passes and digital money cards. 98 more words


Famitsu Reviews Metroid Prime: Federation Force

The Japanese gaming publication Famitsu has just released their scores for the upcoming 3DS shooter Metroid Prime: Federation Force. The magazine has four critics rate the game out of ten and then combines the scores. 109 more words


Japan Still Makes The Best Train Games

(Source: kotaku.com)


There is no competition, and no country is better. Japan is the unrivalled king of train games.

Case in point: Famitsu… 175 more words


Famitsu Reviews Yo-Kai Watch 3

The folks over at Famitsu have published their review for the hugely successful entry in the Yo-Kai Watch franchise, Yo-Kai Watch 3. As with all Famitsu review there are four reviewers who score the game out of ten and then they combine the scores to give a total. 289 more words


Japan: Here's The Biggest Selling Games Of 2016 So Far

Japanese gaming publication Famitsu has revealed the best-selling games so far in 2016. The data shows the best-sellers between December 28, 2015 and June 26, 2016. 363 more words


Nhiệm vụ săn quái vật và các lệnh điều khiển nhóm trong Final Fantasy XV

Tuần vừa qua Final Fantasy XV đã trở lại trên tạp chí Famitsu với khá nhiều nội dung mới thú vị.

Cụ thể, tạp chí này đã có phần nói về 2 nhân vật Iris và Ravus. 326 more words

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Looking back on illumine's first public presentation

What happened

Last week I went to Kyoto to show my game illumine at BitSummit. BitSummit is Japan’s biggest indie games festival with around 100 games shown and sponsors like Sony, Nintendo, Unity or Oculus. 825 more words

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