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7th Dragon III Code: VFD unboxing

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Those who pick up a launch copy of 7th Dragon III Code: VFD will receive a special version of the game containing an art book. SEGA shows off the extra goodie and the package as a whole below.

If you’re in North America, you can now download a demo for 7th Dragon III Code: VFD. SEGA is giving fans a taste of the game before it launches in a couple of weeks. 2,039 blocks (254.875MB) of space are needed for the download.

The 7th Dragon III Code: VFD demo “provides players with a streamlined pre-made group with a character cap of level 10”. Best of all, demo saves transfer over to the main game. Doing so allows you to “refund all the skill points and customize the group any way you want.” It also appears that there’s some sort of reward for transferring saves.

7th Dragon III Code: VFD releases on July 12.

Source: SEGA PR

A bit of extra information about Aikatsu Stars! My Special Appeal has leaked out of Famitsu following the game’s announcement earlier today. Confirmed songs include “Aikatsu Step,” “Start Line,” “Episode Solo,” “Miracle Force Magic,” “Mirai Transit,” “Dancing Days,” “August Marina,” and more. A release is planned for winter.

Bandai Namco will be getting things started early with Aikatsu Stars! First Appeal. This free-to-play eShop title will arrive in Japan on July 20. “Aikatsu Step” is the only included song, but those who purchase “3DS Music Tickets” through Data Cardass cabinets can play extra tunes like “Heart Skip,” “Dokimeki Raran,” “Summer Tears Diary,” “Popcorn Dreaming,” and more.


Nintendo has a whole bunch of plans lined up for Hyper Japan Festival 2016. Along with playable games, a number of activities are in store.

Yo-kai Watch, Monster Hunter Generations, Dragon Quest VII, Fire Emblem, and Pokemon will all be represented in some form or another. Here’s the full rundown of events straight from Nintendo:

In a true celebration of the Japanese phenomenon YO-KAI WATCH® Nintendo will be inviting visitors to step into Springdale, offering them a fully immersive experience and the chance to get involved with a host of YO-KAI WATCH® themed activities. Starting today, Nintendo UK is hosting a unique Fan Art Contest, challenging you to share your artistic interpretation of your favourite Yo-kai in a bid to win a one-off YO-KAI WATCH® prize bundle and have your art prominently showcased on the Nintendo booth at HYPER JAPAN Festival 2016 for all visitors to admire. For more details on how to get involved, Click here.

During HYPER JAPAN Festival 2016, you will have the chance to wander the town of Springdale, take part in the iconic YO-KAI WATCH® dance with Jibanyan in front of a green screen with the opportunity for you to share your creation directly to your social channels*, as well as take part in a Yo-kai Stamp Quest, a mission whereby the first 300 people each day to spot ten hidden Yo-kai located around Springdale on the Nintendo booth (and receive a stamp for each Yo-kai they spot, as well as a stamp for playing the game on the booth) will be rewarded with a YO-KAI WATCH® Medal Mystery Bag*! Everyone that completes the Yo-kai Stamp Quest will also have the opportunity to enter into a prize draw raffle for a chance to win a host of special YO-KAI WATCH® goodies.

Famitsu review scores (6/28/16)

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This week’s Famitsu review scores are as follows:

Culdcept Revolt (3DS) – 8/8/8/9
Shin Hayarigami 2 (PS4/PS3/PSV) – 8/8/8/8
Ambition of the Slimes (3DS) – 8/8/7/7
Pac-Man 256 (PS4) – 7/8/7/7

This week’s issue of Famitsu has revealed a new Aikatsu Stars game, titled “Aikatsu Stars! My Special Appeal” will be released on Nintendo 3DS. The idol rhythm game will be released alongside “Aikatsu Stars! Free Appeal”, which will be a free-to-play game. The targeted release date for both games is Summer 2016.

Famitsu promises to provide more information soon. A international release of either game seems fairly unlikely.

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The latest Pokémon Shuffle is quite sizable, bringing a few updates to the main game, as well as the usual weekly updates. The Skill Swapper is a new item, which lets certain Pokémon (Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Ho-Oh, Regirock, Celebi, Mew, Rotom, Gengar, Sableye, Ampharos, Eevee, Jolteon, Leafeon, Chespin, Tangela, Tangrowth, Phanpy, Donphan, Cubone, Fafetch’d, Pachirisu, Druddigon, Dedenne, Zoroark and Chandelure) gain a new skill of the player’s choosing. A different set of Pokémon (Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Celebi, Rotom, Pikachu, Jolteon, Leafeon, Chespin, Quilladin, Tangela, Dedenne, Pachirisu, Phanpy, Donphan, Cubone, Marowak, Cofagrigus, Sigilyph, Farfetch’d, Reuniclus and Zoroark) can also now have their levels raised by the Raise Max Level item, and Pokémon Shuffle has given away two Raise Max Levels to celebrate. Furthermore, new Mission Cards have been added.

As for the weekly update, the promised Mega Gyrados challenge has arrived. As with other Mega challenges, this is a competitive stage for players to try and get the appropriate Mega stone. The top 13,000 players in Europe, 19,000 in North America, and 50,000 in Japan will get the Gyradosite, with additional prizes going to even higher placing players. The top 2,500 in Europe, 3,700 in North America, and 10,000 in Japan will get a Mega Speedup, and the top 700 in Europe, 1,000 in North America, and 3,000 in Japan will get a Raise Max Level as well. All players who don’t get the Gyradosite will get an Attack Power, and the top 18,000 in Europe, 19,000 in North America, and 70,000 in Japan will get a Disruption Delay. It will run until July 5th.

Finally, the Hitmonlee, Raikou, and Daily Pokémon (#1) stages are all returning, with the last of those featuring different forms of Rotom. Raikou is available until July 5th, and the other two until July 12th.


With Zero Time Dilemma releasing, series director Kotaro Uchikoshi has sent a message to the fans via Twitter. The full message, spread out over multiple tweets, reads:

Zero Time Dilemma was made by a small number of staff. I have seen them working very hard day after day within a limited time and asset. I am proud of them. And of course, I am proud of all the fans of ZE series. If there was no passionate action by all the fans, “June 28 in 2016” would become entirely different day from this timeline. I will say over and over again. You guys realized ZTD. The person who made ZTD is you. I really appreciate you. Thank you very much! Now, it’s time to decide. Will you play ZTD or not? The choice is yours.


LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is here, and now we have a proper look at the 3DS version in action. You’ll find a bunch of footage below.

It’s hardly a surprise, but the Link’s Awakening Pack in Hyrule Warriors and Hyrule Warriors Legends is now confirmed for June 30 as well. The DLC was previously announced for the same day in Europe and Japan a few days ago.

For those that missed it, here’s the Link’s Awakening Pack trailer:

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