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We mentioned last week that V-Jump has another update on Dragon Ball: Fusions in its latest issue. Shonen Gamez has now translated the feature in full. Check out the complete scan above.


Nintendo has already shown the contents of the Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Special Edition, but Amazon’s listing gives us a closer look at the different items. Hit up the gallery below for images of the goodies.

The Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Special Edition went up on Amazon yesterday, but has since sold out. However, GameStop is accepting pre-orders here.


This month’s issue of Nintendo Dream has some coverage of Story of Seasons: Good Friends of Three Villages. Friends of Free Villages posted a translation of the article, and we’ve rounded up the details below. We also have a gallery with Nintendo Dream’s scans.

– As in previous games, the maker will turn wool and other materials into thread
– Ex: materials necessary to make white cloth: sheep’s wool and a white flower
– Cooking recipes shown for a couple of dishes
– Milky Salad requires milk (any type) and a vegetable (any type). Dish effects: stamina will slowly replenish.
– Kenchin-jiru requires daikon (Japanese radish), carrot, burdock root, and shiitake. Dish effects: you can walk faster.
– Nasi Goreng requires rice, onion, shrimp (any type), and soy sauce. Dish effects: your stamina will deplete more slowly.
– You don’t make clothing yourself
– Every village has places where you can get clothing made for you
– You bring the materials, and the shop owner will do the rest
– Tsuyukusa Village is home to a large warehouse-like building called “Daikoku Stores”
– This is named after the Shinto god of wealth, commerce and trade
– A clothing store, dry goods shop, and food store can be found in the Daikoku Stores
– Hinata has two older brothers, two younger brothers, and one younger sister
– He’s not the eldest; he’s a middle child


This week’s Famitsu scans are now available. Highlighted games include Etrian Odyssey V, Zero Time Dilemma, and Kirby: Planet Robobot. Scans of each title can be found in the gallery below.

If you stop by Nintendo NY, you’ll come across some lovely Star Fox representation. The E3 puppets are on display – including the one of Shigeru Miyamoto – and there’s also various goodies on display and a neat Star Fox Zero demo booth.

Here’s a look at the various promotional efforts:


In Europe, Nintendo is producing a First Print Edition of Star Fox Zero which includes a steelbook. Folks are now starting to get their hands on copies of the game. For a look at the steelbook, take a look at the gallery below – also included is a look at the T-shirt offered on the Nintendo UK store.


This week’s Famitsu scans are now available. Highlighted games include Puzzle & Dragons X, Star Fox Zero, Yo-kai Watch 3, and Dragon Ball: Fusions. Scans of each title can be found in the gallery below.

Amazon Japan has posted the Japanese Zero Time Dilemma boxart. Take a look at the packaging shot below.

For reference, here’s the North American version:


We also have some screenshots from the game’s Japanese website:

Last but not least, Aksys Games put up a blog post yesterday explaining the cinema sections in Zero Time Dilemma. You can read that right here.

Source 1, Source 2

Lots of Kirby: Planet Robobot art

Posted on 2 weeks ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, Images | 6 Comments | 0 Likes

Nintendo issued a whole bunch of art from Kirby: Planet Robobot today. We have the various images in the gallery below.

Level-5 has sent out some new assets for Yo-kai Watch 3. We have the boxarts for the two versions above, and some screenshots/art below.

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