The Etrian Odyssey games allow players to map out dungeons. Similar functionality will be included in Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, according to this week’s Famitsu. Players will be able to draw the layout of dungeons on the 3DS touch screen.
Famitsu also has the first word on “F.O.E.” monsters. Once encountered, you can choose to either run or try and take them down – again, like Etrian Odyssey. If you do defeat a F.O.E. monster, you may receive something special.
Tagged: Atlus, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth
A new character is joining the lineup of eShop cards in North America. On Nintendo’s website, a $10 Yoshi card has been spotted. No word yet on when the card will be available, but it’ll likely be soon.
Renegade Kid is wrapping up development on Moon Chronicles. According to studio co-founder Jools Watsham, the studio is currently polishing and addressing bugs.
Moon Chronicles will be submitted to Nintendo “soon,” he said.
Watsham wrote on Twitter a few minutes ago:
Tagged: indie, Jools Watsham, Moon Chronicles, Renegade Kid
An update for Unepic has been approved for Europe, and should be out soon.
Publisher EnjoyUp Games shared the news on Twitter in the following tweet:
EnjoyUp did not say if/when the update will be made available in North America.
Tagged: EnjoyUp Games, title update, Unepic
If you’re wondering what the heck this entire thing is about, check out our earlier report here.
Tagged: Bandai Namco, Pac-Man, Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures, UK
Eurogamer recently caught up with Monster Hunter producer Ryozo Tsujimoto. During the interview, Tsujimoto was asked about the series’ presence in the west, why the franchise hasn’t truly branched out on PlayStation and Xbox platforms, and whether or not there are plans to bring Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate to Wii U.
We’ve rounded up some of Tsujimoto’s responses below. You can find even more over at Eurogamer.
Tagged: Capcom, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Ryozo Tsujimoto, top