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Final Fantasy Explorers pre-orders open

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Earlier today, Square Enix announced Final Fantasy Explorers for overseas territories. Retailers are now starting to follow up on the news with pre-orders.

Amazon is the first out of the gate with reservations. You can put in a pre-order here. If other retailers put up listings, we’ll update this post.

 

Elliot Quest – 1.2.3 update out now

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The latest update for Elliot Quest is out now. Today’s update brings the game up to version 1.2.3.

After applying the new patch, players can begin using new features like the Miiverse Journal and Stamps. PlayEveryWare also improved Elliot Quest’s performance, and has removed frame skips/hiccups in busy areas.

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Natsume bringing Brave Tank Hero to the North American 3DS eShop on August 11

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Brave Tank Hero is coming to the North American 3DS eShop on August 11, Natsume has announced. The Wii U version will follow a few weeks later.



An overview and screenshots for Brave Tank Hero is posted below.

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3DS NFC accessory isn’t region locked

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Rumors surfaced earlier today about the 3DS NFC accessory being potentially region locked. In an email sent to a customer, the retailer claimed that the Japanese product wouldn’t work on a North American system.

It turns out that Play-Asia was incorrect in this case. Someone put things to the test, and has shown the Japanese reader working with a North American 3DS. That should end all speculation!



 

Capcom posts latest financial results, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate closing in on 4 million units sold

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Capcom’s financial results for the three-month quarter ended June 30 are in. The company performed well as a whole, and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate continues to sell well.

Here’s a quick breakdown of Capcom’s results, courtesy of GameSpot:

– Overall net sales up to ¥14.5 billion ($116 million)
– That’s an increase of 51.9 percent compared to last year
– Total net income rose 104.9 percent to ¥1.57 billion ($12.6 million)
– Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Resident Evil Revelations 2, and Resident Evil HD enjoyed “robust” sales
– Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate has now sold more than 3.9 million units worldwide
– The company’s online games “remained soft”
– Mobile titles also were “generally soft”
– Capcom’s video game business (Digital Contents) overall posted ¥6.3 billion ($50.7 million) net sales
– That’s up ¥5.5 billion ($44.3 million) this time last year
– Operating income was ¥1.1 billion ($8.8 million)
– This number is down 2.2 percent from last year
– “Amusement Equipments” business (like Pachinko) performed the best during the quarter

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