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Nintendo Everything was at this year’s Tokyo Game Show! We had a low-key presence at the event, but we did manage to try out several upcoming Japanese 3DS titles. Look for our impressions in the coming days.


Megami Meguri is Capcom’s upcoming new 3DS game where players communicate with and raise an IC card spirit. The regular game, a free-to-play experience, will be fully downloadable from the eShop. However, there will be also physical Collector’s Package (at 5,800 yen) and a limited Complete Edition at e-Capcom (9,800 yen) that will also come with extra memorabilia.

A demo of Megami Meguri was available at Tokyo Game Show 2016. When we started playing, Amaterasu greeted us in her human form, explaining what we are expected to do to raise the spirit, before converting to a chibi form.

The latest episode of the Play Nintendo Show has gone live. View the new video below, which focuses on Yo-kai Watch 2 – launching next week in North America.

Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice will be out in just a few days, but some publications have the game early. Watch 30 minutes of footage below from a live stream hosted by ntower.

Harvest Moon: Skytree Village boxart

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Over on Amazon Canada, the official Harvest Moon: Skytree Village has been put up for us to see. You can see what the packaging image looks like above.

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Mario Party: Star Rush isn’t too far away, and Nintendo is now opening an official teaser site for the game. Visit the North American page here. The full site should open a week or two before it launches.

If you still need your Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse gameplay fix, YouTube user justonegamr has your covered. Get a look at over two hours of footage below.

Update (9/23): This has now been price-matched on Amazon.


Original (9/22): Monster Hunter Generations has its first notable sale at GameStop. The original asking price was $40, but it’s now down to $30 for $10 in savings. Place an order here

Dragon Quest VII may have come out last week, but Nintendo isn’t finished with its instructional video series. A new episode focusing on connections is below.

Between September 30 and October 1, Nintendo will be holding another National StreetPass Weekend. It’s being given a Yo-kai Watch theme, as Yo-kai Watch 2 is slated for release at the end of next week.

Those who participate in National StreetPass Weekend can connect with other 3DS owners to discover new Yo-kai at Nintendo Zone locations. Also, if you have Dragon Quest VII, you can receive traveller’s tablets to explore original dungeons that provide rare monsters and unique equipment.

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Today, SEGA published three more character action videos for Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice. Find gameplay videos based on Sticks, Tails, and Knuckles below.

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