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Renegade Kid has shared some screenshots from Dementium Remastered. We’ve rounded up the different images below.

Additionally, the different control schemes have been posted for Dementium Remastered. They are as follows:



A trio of new Wolf Link amiibo photos were snapped at the VIECC Vienna Comic Con. View them in the gallery below.



Monster Hunter X launched in Japan earlier today. The series is extremely popular in the country, so as expected, plenty of gamers stood in line in hopes of nabbing a copy. You can get a feel for what some of the crowds were like in the gallery below.

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We posted several scans from Famitsu earlier today, but we have one last batch from this week’s magazine. There’s a pretty big feature on Monster Hunter X coming in at over 40 pages.

Hit up the gallery below for the full set. These are likely the final scans/screenshots we’ll be sharing from Monster Hunter X, and our video coverage is going to be winding down soon as well.


This week’s Famitsu scans are now available. Highlighted games include Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 3, Lost Reavers, and Monster Strike. Scans of each title can be found in the gallery below (plus a look at the cover, Monster Hunter X ad, and Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam ad).

Bandai Namco has shared the boxart for Haikyuu!! Cross Team Match!, its upcoming Japanese 3DS game. We have it above.

The Wolf Link amiibo is on display at the VIECC Vienna Comic Con this weekend. That means we have our first in-person image of the figure. Get a look at it above.



moldclay has updated his fan-made amiibo compatibility chart once again. In this latest version, it’s been brought up to version 7.0. Check it out above.



Nintendo has posted the European Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon boxart, which you can see above. As expected, it’s extremely similar to the North American and Japanese design.

Square Enix has released a new Final Fantasy Explorers infographic that shows off the game’s various jobs. There are 21 in total, each of which have their own unique abilities and skillsets.

Included in the western version are the specialized Blue Mage and Samurai jobs. These two were previously only available as DLC in Japan.

Final Fantasy Explorers launches in North America on January 26 and Europe on January 29.

Source: Square Enix PR

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