New Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You! art
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Fire Emblem 0 live stream shows off upcoming Fire Emblem Echoes DLC, cards
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The regular live stream for the Fire Emblem 0 card game was held in Japan earlier today. It showed cards from series 9, illustrations from series 10 / 11, and DLC coming to Fire Emblem Echoes on June 22. The full live stream report recap can be found below.
Red figma pre-orders open, more photos
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Here’s what you can expect from the Red figma:
– The smooth yet posable figma joints allow you to act out a variety of different scenes.
– A flexible plastic is used in specific areas, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising posability.
– He comes with a standard face plate with a confident look as well as a shouting face plate for battle scenes.
– The figma comes with the first partner Pokémon: Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle.
– A backpack as well as a Poké Ball are also included for various poses.
– An articulated figma stand is included, which allows various poses to be taken.
View some additional photos of the Red figma below.
Level-5 looking to publish more games in the west, “looking into” Inazuma Eleven
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Level-5 is taking on more of an ownership role for its franchises in the west. With the Layton series for example, Nintendo was in charge of those games for North America and Europe. But with Layton’s Mystery Journey, Level-5 will be self-publishing the game this fall.
Director of production at Level-5 abby, George Valko, was recently asked what the publishing experience has been like in a recent interview. He said the following:
“It’s been fun and also challenging. Everything you try adds a new initial frustration and challenge, but we’ve learned a lot and it’s made us a bigger and better company. So we’re really looking forward to our next titles, we know exactly what we’re going to do and how we’re going to do it. That said, we’re looking forward to publish more and more as we release more and more games.”
Valko was specifically asked if Level-5’s plans include the Inazuma Eleven series. Regarding this, Valko said: “That’s something we are definitely looking into, but we can’t really give a definitive answer at the moment.”
Another Dragon Quest XI “Countdown Carnival” hands-on event was held today, this time in Nagoya. During the event, series creator Yuji Horii announced that the game has gone gold.
The latest footage of Dragon Quest XI is available below. It shows the “Mysterious Smithing” and the “Skill Panel” systems on 3DS.
Also worth noting, Square Enix has introduced the third possible restriction for the game’s “Restricted Play” mode, which allows you to play the game with certain features disable. The third possible restriction is being unable to equip armor, while the other two announced restrictions are being unable to shop and being unable to run away from battle.
Latest Nintendo Treehouse Log updates cover Metroid, Super Mario Odyssey, and more
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Over the past couple of days, the Nintendo Treehouse Log on Tumblr added in several new entries. Metroid, Super Mario Odyssey, ARMS, Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Splatoon 2 received posts.
Here’s the roundup:
– Up Close and Personal with Samus Aran
– What’s in a Box? (Super Mario Odyssey)
– Coach JC’s Ultimate ARMS Champ Summer Camp, Part 1: Hoops
– Coach JC’s Ultimate ARMS Champ Summer Camp, Part 2: V’ball
– The 900 Wonders of the World (Zelda: Breath of the Wild)
– Salmon in the Summer (Splatoon 2)
More: Nintendo Treehouse Log
Nintendo Australia takes you on a tour of Nintendo’s E3 2017 booth, brief message from Miyamoto
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Nintendo Australia shared a video on its Twitter page yesterday that offers a full tour of the big N’s E3 2017 booth. On top of that, Shigeru Miyamoto shared a brief message as well. See the video below.
You're invited to join us on a tour of the Nintendo booth at E3 2017! pic.twitter.com/gIyfKMp5G5
— Nintendo AU NZ (@NintendoAUNZ) June 16, 2017