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Monster Hunter XX was announced for a Japanese 3DS release yesterday. In a follow up for its financial results, Capcom now says it expects to sell two million copies of the game. It’s slated for March 18 in Japan, and the latest fiscal quarter ends on March 31.

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Capcom has released details of the six month fiscal period ending September 30, 2016.

Monster Hunter Generations was able to move another 800,000 units, now totaling 4.1 million copies. Capcom said the game experienced “solid sales overseas”. Additionally, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice was able to sell “largely as planned” in the west.

Capcom’s operating income was down 1,715 million yen (dipped 39.7 percent from the previous year), ordinary income was 514 million yen (down 82.2 percent from the previous year). Net income was 405 million yen (down 79.2 percent from the previous year). You can check further details at the link below.


Thanks to Capcom and Gematsu, we have another content update for Megami Megauri. Find some screenshots and details pertaining to Goddess Jobs below.

– Take on “Goddess Jobs” in the game
– Jobs are presented on wooden plaques
– A job will be complete by fulfilling its request
– Get rewards including stat boosts by completing jobs
– Finish jobs as often as possible along the way to taking your Divinity Exams in order to further grow Tsukumo
– Amaterasu will select one among the many wooden plaques containing the requests of the people at random
– Cancel a job at any time
– Visit various places in order to complete the objectives of the jobs written on the wooden plaques
– You may be able to more efficiently advance if you choose a job close to where a Divinity Exam is held
– Jobs will be completed by achieving their objectives, such as “go to the designated station,” and a reward will be granted
– When Tsukumo grows to a certain extent, she’ll receive a “Golden Wooden Plaque” job from Amaterasu
– This job is intended to test how much Tsukumo has grown
– Because of this, its completion is required before taking a Divinity Exam


We have a little bit more on the newly-announced Monster Hunter XX. Above, you can see the first 3DS themes relating to the game, which comes with all copies. Monster Hunter XX’s website is here, and we have a bunch of screenshots below.

Capcom just wrapped up Monster Hunter Tokuban 2016 Autumn, a new live stream to show off all of its recent Monster Hunter-related titles. Towards the end, Monster Hunter XX was heavily showcased, and the first gameplay was shown. Watch the full recording below.

The full Monster Hunter Direct is now live on Nintendo’s YouTube page. If you missed the live stream, you can watch it below.

Monster Hunter XX announced

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Monster Hunter XX is in development for 3DS, Capcom announced today. The news was shared during the Monster Hunter Direct, which is currently in progress.

Monster Hunter XX will offer two new Hunting Styles with the Brave Style, along with another that will be shared later. Also included are G-Rank quests, a new main monster called Barufaruku, and a new Diablos variant. Prowlers will also be able to jump off monsters and more.

Data from Monster Hunter X, known in the west as Monster Hunter Generations, can be transferred to the new title. Those with save data from Monster Hunter Stories will receive a Nabiru Palico outfit.

Monster Hunter XX launches March 18 in Japan. View the game’s debut trailer below.


Today’s Monster Hunter Direct will kicks off at 4 AM PT / 7 AM ET / 12 PM in the UK / 1 PM in Europe. We’ve embedded the live stream below, and it should begin in about an hour. When any major news is shared, we’ll have it right here on the site.

Megami Meguri footage from Capcom TV

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Megami Meguri was featured on the latest episode of Capcom TV with new footage. Check out the full recording below.

It was announced earlier in the year that Phoenix Wright is getting his own figma. Today, it received a release window, and we also have a proper look at the design.

You’ll be able to get your hands on the Phoenix Wright figma in May. Pre-orders are now open at Play-Asia, AmiAmi, and Good Smile. Pricing is set at around $65.

Here’s a closer look at the Phoenix Wright figma:

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