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Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge, The Mysterious Murasame Castle, and more hitting the Japanese Wii U Virtual Console next week
Three new Virtual Console games are on track for the Japanese Wii U eShop next week. Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge (GBA), BE BALL (PC Engine), Neutopia II (PC Engine), The Mysterious Murasame Castle (Famicom), and Otogirisō (Super Famicom) will be out on July 30.
Pricing is as follows:
Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge – 702 yen
BE BALL – 617 yen
Neutopia II – 617 yen
The Mysterious Murasame Castle – 514 yen
Otogirisō – 823 yen
Amazon has Batman: Arkham Origins on sale for Wii U. The game is available for $14.99 at present.
Technically, this isn’t a massive deal as Origins seems to have dropped to a universal price point of $20. But that’s definitely one of the lower prices we’ve seen, let alone posted about here!
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth is coming to North America on November 25, Atlus has officially revealed. The publisher shared the game’s opening movie along with today’s announcement.
As a reminder, Atlus is preparing two releases for Persona Q – the standard edition and “The Wild Cards” Premium Edition. Below is an overview of each:
Persona Q Regular Retail Edition:
- Tarot Card Set #2 – The collection of the iconic Tarot Cards used as evokers in Persona 4 are being released as a collector’s set across Persona 4 Arena Ultimax and Persona Q Set #2 will include the Tarot Cards of Arcanas XI – XXI
- Special Packaging – The first run of PQ items will come in a special package.
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth: “The Wild Cards” Premium Edition:
- This ultimate collector’s item is being made available in North America and will come in special packaging that includes the following items:
- Tarot Card Set #2 – Same as above
- Art Booklet – Collection of some of the amazing new artwork that went into Persona Q
- Soundtrack CD – CD with the Persona Q soundtrack highlights by the ATLUS sound team
- Deluxe Hard Case for 3DS XL – This hard case, previously available only in Japan,is coming to North America and features Persona Q designs and will house a 3DS XL
Source: Atlus PR