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Earlier this year, Capcom had held “The Ace Attorney 15th Anniversary Orchestra.” Well now thanks to Capcom, they will be releasing a CD next month with the music from the orchestra for anyone who enjoys the Ace Attorney soundtrack or for those who might have missed out on attending to this event.

The album will have 2 CDs, with total of 13 tracks performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by Hirofumi Kurita.

Below is the track list for the album:

Robert S Dunn has gone out of his way to create his own SNES mini. Using a Raspberry Pi Brian is able to make a very professional looking Super Nintendo Mini with a sleek looking UI. Check out a more in-depth look at Brian’s SNES mini right here.


The World Video Game Hall of Fame in its 2017 edition has inducted four new games that deserve it because of how they affected the video game industry: Donkey Kong, Halo: Combat Evolved, Pokémon Red & Green, and Street Fighter II.

The original Donkey Kong arcade game has been inducted because of how it helped to launch the career of one Shigeru Miyamoto, as well as counting as the first appearance of characters Donkey Kong and Super Mario (who was known as Jumpman).

The Shin Megami Tensei series is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and to start off, Atlus has launched a special website for this occasion. At the moment, there’s pretty much nothing of interest to see on the website – except the logo above, which incorporates the release years of all four mainline Shin Megami Tensei games, alongside the word “next”. This seems to hint at Shin Megami Tensei V being released this year, or at the very least being announced.

Of course, we don’t know yet if this game (or any other potential games planned for this anniversary) will be on Nintendo platforms, but we will keep you updated if that’ll end up being the case.

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Nintendo’s upcoming “Super Nintendo World” theme park at various Universal Studios parks was talked about quite a bit recently. Now, it seems like Super Nintendo World won’t be the only video game-themed attraction at Universal Studios – Square-Enix announced a collaboration with Universal Studios Japan today. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dragon Quest, a “Real Battle Attraction” is coming to the Universal Studios park in Osaka. There, visitors will be able to grab weapons, enter dungeons and fight monsters for an authentic Dragon Quest experience.

Further details have not yet been announced so far, like the time frame for this event. The fact that this is a celebration of Dragon Quest’s 30th anniversary seems to suggest that this is a limited-time only event that won’t last very long, but we don’t know for sure yet.


Capcom has released details of the six month fiscal period ending September 30, 2016.

Monster Hunter Generations was able to move another 800,000 units, now totaling 4.1 million copies. Capcom said the game experienced “solid sales overseas”. Additionally, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice was able to sell “largely as planned” in the west.

Capcom’s operating income was down 1,715 million yen (dipped 39.7 percent from the previous year), ordinary income was 514 million yen (down 82.2 percent from the previous year). Net income was 405 million yen (down 79.2 percent from the previous year). You can check further details at the link below.


The female athlete Ronda Rousey is dressing up like Pikachu for a Sportscenter feature. The UFC fighter has made comments in the past that indicate that she is a fan of the Pokemon series. Check it out below!

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Game developer Level-5 and advertising / PR company Dentsu have teamed up and created Level-5 abby Inc., which is described as a “multi-media entertainment company”. The company’s name was formed by taking the “a” from “all” or “anything” and the “bby” from “hobby”.

The company’s purpose is to bring Level-5’s various franchises to a worldwide audience in a variety of forms, such as games, toys, animation, comics and more. The company states that its three “tentpole” franchises are Yo-Kai Watch, Little Battlers eXperience and Snack World. The company is headed up by CEO Akihiro Hino, who is the founder and president of Level-5, and COO Yukari Hayakawa.

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The Tokyo Game Show has just announced its games lineup for this year. Note, however, that this only includes already announced games – games that will be unveiled at TGS itself naturally aren’t on this list. Check out the list here (game titles are in English).

TGS will take place from September 17th till September 20th.

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It appears that the 4th time is the charm, with Denpa Men RPG Free! receiving nearly 2 million downloads in Japan despite being release for only less than a year. The game has yet to be released in the US, so we can expect the numbers to only increase upon it’s inevitable western release.


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