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Circle Entertainment said it was localizing Gourmet Dream back in October. The game is now set for release this Thursday in North America with a $5 price point.

Here’s an overview from Nintendo’s website:

“Gourmet Dream is a management game in which you take up the role of a restaurant manager and help your shop to grow.

The aim of the game is to help your restaurant flourish until it is evaluated as an “S Rank” restaurant.

In order to do this, you will have to create a menu to suit your customer’s needs, hire and train staff that provide great food and service, and run promotions to increase the number of customers that come to your restaurant. In essence, you will be raising your store into a ‘Highly Esteemed Gourmet Restaurant’.”

We don’t have a date yet, but Gourmet Dream should also be heading to Europe sometime soon.


Kunio-kun Nekketsu: Complete Famicom Compilation was featured on the latest episode of Denjin Getcha with plenty of footage. The full recording can be seen below.

Arc System Works recently launched River City Ransom SP in Japan. 45 minutes of footage from the final game is posted below.

Back in September, it was revealed that Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden and One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum would be receiving special updates to allow for cross-play. We can now say this is now available for the two games.

After applying the update, Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden and One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum players can battle against each other. Online and local play are both supported.

One important note: Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden players can only choose characters from the Dragon Ball series, and vice versa for One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum.

View a trailer for the new cross-play feature in Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden and One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum below.


Today, Arc System Works announced the Japanese release date for Kunio-kun Nekketsu: Complete Famicom Compilation: December 8th. If you buy the game at launch, you also get a total of six 3DS themes, each of which is based on one game from the collection.


Here’s the latest trailer:

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Natsume sold out of its River City: Tokyo Rumble stock soon after launch. This was the special version of the game that includes the keychain.

Thankfully, it won’t be much longer until Natsume has more units available. The company recently wrote on its forums that a restock is expected around the second week in November. We’ll let you know when we see it return.


System: 3DS (eShop)
Release date: October 13, 2016
Developer: Arc System Works
Publisher Aksys Games

As the brief opening movie explains, a cold case is when the trail of evidence in a crime investigation has gone cold. Chase: Cold Case Investigations ~Distant Memories~, aside from having a mouthful of a title, is a visual novel following two detectives working in the Tokyo Police Department. The setup is that the case of a five year old murder deemed an accident is reopened after an anonymous phone call to the Cold Case Unit.

Chase: Cold Case Investigations is making its way to the 3DS eShop tomorrow in the west. To download the game, you’ll need 1,628 blocks of free space. That amounts to 203.5 MB.

An English trailer is online for Chase: Cold Case Investigations ~Distant Memories~, one of this week’s eShop releases. We’ve posted it below.

Arc System Works has released a trailer for Kunio-kun Nekketsu: Complete Famicom Compilation for 3DS, which, as the name implies, is a compilation of all 11 Kunio-kun games released on the Famicom in Japan. The game has not yet been announced for release outside Japan. Nonetheless, you can check out the official Japanese website here and watch the new trailer below:


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