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The Pokemon Company has released a trailer for Detective Pikachu giving us a first opportunity to hear how the English voice cast is shaping up. Check out the video below.

The official website for Detective Pikachu houses the official boxart for the new physical release in Japan as well as the upcoming amiibo. We have both images attached to this post.

Detective Pikachu launches in North America and Europe with the new amiibo on March 23. Japan’s physical release with the figure is also happening on the same day.

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Update: Detective Pikachu also launches March 23 in the west. The “special limited-edition” Detective Pikachu amiibo is larger than the standard figures we’ve seen in the past and can unlock short videos that may contain helpful hints.


Original: Detective Pikachu is finally coming west, The Pokemon Company has revealed. A new amiibo will also be released.

Today’s news ties in with Japan, as Detective Pikachu is heading to retail in the country. A physical package will be sold with the amiibo on March 23.

Here’s a trailer promoting the release:

As for the west, Detective Pikachu has now popped up on The Pokemon Company’s press site along with an image of the amiibo above and character art from the game. We’re now waiting on more specifics, so stay tuned.

The Alliance Alive – combat trailer

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Atlus sent out a new combat trailer for The Alliance Alive today. Find the video below, along with information about the game’s battle system.

Update (1/11): Swapped out Famitsu’s data for Media Create.


Original (1/10): The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are as follows:

Switch – 146,006
PS4 – 75,344
New 2DS LL – 28,237
PS4 Pro – 16,339
New 3DS LL – 12,246
Vita – 11,929
2DS – 5,254
Xbox One – 190
Xbox One X – 9

For comparison’s sake, here are the hardware numbers from last week:

Switch – 134,519
PS4 – 37,175
New 2DS LL – 20,409
New 3DS LL – 12,542
PS4 Pro – 12,456
Vita – 7,970
2DS – 3,700
Xbox One – 335
New 3DS – 163
PS3 – 58
Wii U – 44
Xbox One X – 23

And here are the software charts:

We already have the results for the third global mission in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon. With players having collectively won 100,000 times at the Battle Agency, it has been a success.

2,000 Festival Coins will be handed out to everyone who participates. If you register at the Pokemon Global Link by the end of the global mission, you’ll earn 4,000 Festival Coins.

Source: Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon

Japanese 3DS themes (1/10/18)

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A few new 3DS themes are out now in Japan. Here’s the lineup:

EGOIST (x2) – 200 yen each

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Kyoto Shimbun published a new interview with Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishina. Kimishima talked 3DS, movies, confirmed that the sleep-tracking device is still in the works, and more. 

First, when asked about Switch’s success, Kimishima said it has surpassed Nintendo’s expectations. The method of play in which the system can be carried outside despite being a home console has been accepted by people. Once again, Nintendo wants to raise its sales forecast to over 20 million units this year, exceeding the FY2017 expectation of 14 million units. If the goals for FY2017 are reached, then Kimishima thinks Nintendo can change the business flow (from the slumping Wii U), so Nintendo wants to improve this momentum.

A new report from Famitsu reveals the best-selling games from 2017. Based on data collected from December 26, 2016 and December 31, 2017, the results are as follows:

1. [3DS] Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon – 2,003,607
2. [NSW] Splatoon 2 – 1,752,096
3. [3DS] Dragon Quest XI – 1,744,603
4. [3DS] Monster Hunter XX – 1,684,991
5. [PS4] Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete – 1,336,180
6. [NSW] Super Mario Odyssey – 1,324,280
7. [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 1,103,744
8. [NSW] The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – 688,044
9. [3DS] Pokemon Sun/Moon – 576,506
10. [3DS] Super Mario Maker – 423,073

Update (1/9): Media Create data is finally in, so we’ve swapped that out for Famitsu’s numbers below.


Original (1/6): The latest Japanese hardware sales from Famitsu are as follows:

Switch – 134,519
PS4 – 37,175
New 2DS LL – 20,409
New 3DS LL – 12,542
PS4 Pro – 12,456
Vita – 7,970
2DS – 3,700
Xbox One – 335
New 3DS – 163
PS3 – 58
Wii U – 44
Xbox One X – 23

For comparison’s sake, here are the hardware numbers from last week:

Switch – 269,684
PS4 – 50,662
New 2DS LL – 45,387
New 3DS LL – 27,947
PS4 Pro – 16,595
Vita – 14,041
2DS – 6,992
Xbox One – 687
New 3DS – 311
Wii U – 98
PS3 – 40
Xbox One X – 32

And here are the software charts:

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