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The Japan Game Awards took place a few days ago, and several Nintendo titles came out on top in various categories. We now have the results for the Future Division division, which were hosted earlier today.

Ten titles present at the Tokyo Game Show were selected by attendees as the expo’s best games. Two Nintendo games from Capcom made the list: Monster Hunter Stories and Megami Meguri. For those who are curious, Final Fantasy XV, Nioh, Gravity Rush 2, Yakuza 6, Horizon Zero Dawn, The Last Guardian, Resident Evil 7, and Summer Lesson rounded out the rest of the list in no particular order.

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At the Tokyo Game Show earlier today, Capcom hosted three Nintendo-centric stage shows. Monster Hunter Stories, Ace Attorney, and Megami Meguri were each featured at the expo. Recordings for each can be found below.

Today, Capcom announced that its IC Card-based 3DS game will release in Japan on December 8. It will be free-to-play with item-based micro-transactions. Capcom is also planning a 5,800 yen Collector’s Package and 9,800 yen Complete Edition special editions.

A new set of screenshots and details for Megami Meguri were sent out today. We’ve rounded that up below, courtesy of Gematsu.

Megami Meguri teaser trailer

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Capcom has gone live with a teaser trailer for the Japanese 3DS game Megami Meguri. Check out the video below.

Another round of Megami Meguri details

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Gematsu has translated another round of Megami Meguri details from the official site. We’ve rounded up the information below.

– One day, dwelling within your transportation system IC Card, a novice “artifact spirit” named Tsukumo is born
– Her wish is to become a “goddess” that illuminates the people like the sun
– Tsukumo will grow by the long and profound love of her owner
– Set off on a journey all over Japan to grant her wish
– Character design is by Tarou Minoboshi
– Tsukumo (voiced by Ayasa Ito):The novice artifact spirit who aims at becoming a full-fledged goddess
– Tsukumo is an “artifact spirit” that dwells within the player’s IC Card, whose the size of the IC Card itself
– She’s a tiny artifact spirit, but she dreams of becoming a goddess that illuminates the people like “the sun”
– Under the guidance of Amaterasu, and together with her owner (the player), Tsukumo will go on a journey to become a “full-fledged goddess”
– Develop your friendship with Tsukumo and her powers as as an artifact spirit will grow
– She is friendly
– Not easily depressed
– She is easily carried away—a flaw of hers
– She does things at her own pace, but is determined at her core
– Amaterasu (voiced by Yuka Ozaki): A “goddess who trains goddesses” that the player and Tsukumo meet at the start
– As Tsukumo’s guide to becoming a full-fledged goddess, Amaterasu will accompany Tsukumo and the player on their journey
– Tsukumo’s goal is to become a respectable “goddess”
– She will pose a variety of questions to the player
– If you teach words to Tsukumo, she’ll remember and use them in conversation
– You’ll have various conversations with Tsukumo and communicate a lot, so teach her a variety of words
– Game uses the “Megami Speak Engine”
– This was jointly developed by Capcom and Toshiba
– Uses voice synthesis to produce conversations with a near-natural voice
– Anything input by the user can be read aloud as fully voiced
– And not only can it be read aloud as text—a database match with the inputted word allows Tsukumo to intellectually interpret and naturally respond to what’s inputted
– With the “Megami Speak Engine,” you’ll be able to enjoy endless conversations with the lovable Tsukumo
– Tsukumo will showcase a variety of expressions
– Game works with the Japanese transportation system IC Card
– New conversations happen and items can be obtained based on your riding history or shopping information through the IC Cards
– Works with: Kitaca, Suica, Pasmo, Toica, Manaca, Icoca, PiTaPa, Sugoca, Nimoca, and Hayakaken
– Over 9,000 real train stations will appear in the game from across Japan
– By using an IC Card, you can enjoy the game even further
– An IC Card is not required to play Megami Meguri
– Seven senior goddesses watch over the human world, using their divinity to guide the people of Japan in their fields of expertise
– Tsukumo needs to pass their “trials” in order to become a full-fledged goddess

– Playable at TGS
– Play the game to receieve a novelty clear fan themed after Megami Meguri

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Like in previous years, Capcom will be streaming live from this year’s Tokyo Game Show. The full schedule has been announced, and includes plans for Monster Hunter Stories, Megami Meguri (also playable), and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.

The Nintendo-related slots are as follows:

September 17

  • 10:10 to 10:20 – Opening Stage
  • 11:20 to 12:10 – Monster Hunter Stories Pre-Release Special Stage – Featuring Ryozo Tsujimoto (producer), Kenji Oguro (director), Kaname Fujioka (setting director), and guest MAO (Nabiru voice actress). The latest gameplay, plus a talk corner and competition gameplay with Nabiru voice actor MAO. The latest information will also be shared.
  • 14:05 to 14:50 – Megami Meguri Debut Stage – Featuring Ayasa Ito (Tsukumo voice actress) and Yuka Ozaki (Amaterasu voice actress). An introduction to and the latest information on Megami Meguri. The guest voice actresses will share stories from their recording sessions and talk about various things.
  • 15:00 to 15:40 – Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Series 15th Annivesrary Talk and Latest Information Special Stage – Featuring Eshiro Motohide (producer) and guests Takayuki Kondo (Phoenix Wright voice actor) and Kenn (Apollo Justice voice actor). A talk and latest information stage to celebrate the Ace Attorney series’ 15th anniversary. The information segment will be packed with welcome news!
  • 16:50 to 16:55 – Finale

September 18

  • 10:15 to 10:25 – Opening Stage
  • 14:10 to 15:00 – Monster Hunter Stories Pre-Release Special Stage – Featuring Ryozo Tsujimoto (producer), Kenji Oguro (director), Kaname Fujioka (setting director), and guest Ryota Osaka (Cheval voice actor). The latest gameplay, plus a talk corner and competition gameplay with Nabiru voice actor Ryota Osaka. The latest information will also be shared.
  • 16:50 to 16:55 – Finale

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The first screenshots for Megami Meguri – Capcom’s new IC-card based 3DS titles – are now available. View them in the gallery below.

The official Megami Meguri site is located here. If you missed them, we have details from Famitsu here.

Capcom announced last week that the company is making a game that uses Japanese IC Cards. Thanks to Famitsu, we now know that the project is called “Megami Meguri”.

Here’s what’s leaked from the magazine thus far:

– Talking communication game
– Teach words to the apprentice goddess Tsukumo
– Communicate with her as she grows into a full-fledged goddess
– Full voice-overs through voice synthesis
– Compatible with your IC Card
– Tsukumo (voiced by Ayasa Ito): the small artifact spirit of an IC Card. She’s friendly, does things at her own pace, and can sometimes push her luck
– Amaterasu (voiced by Yuka Ozaki): A goddess who trains goddesses, and will accompany players on their journey as Tsukumo’s guide to becoming a full-fledged goddess
– Tsukumo will raise various questions to the player
– When this happens, you can teach her words that she might not know, which she’ll and use in the following conversation
– The variations in your conversations with Tsukumo will increase when new words are learned
– Uses “Megami Speak Engine”
– This was made as a collaboration between Toshiba and Capcom
– The engine uses a synthetic voice that sounds close to a natural voice
– Tsukumo is fully voiced to say any word that the player inputs
– Read a player’s IC card and new conversations can be triggered
– Items can be obtained based on your riding history or shopping information
– Supports ten types of IC Cards: Kitaca, Suica, Pasmo, Toica, Manaca, Icoca, PiTaPa, Sugoca, Nimoca, and Hayakaken
– Over 9,000 real train stations will appear in the game from across Japan
– You’ll be able to fully enjoy their contents even without an IC Card
– Will be at TGS with a demo
– Tarou Minoboshi working on character designs

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