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Today, Atlus revealed the Etrian Odyssey V launch edition. Those who pick up the game around the release day will receive an art book, CD, and special outer box.

Here’s the full rundown of what’s inside:

  • 24-Page Art Book – Beautiful character art and concept sketches by the illustrious Yuji Himukai cover the pages of this magnificent art book. The unique explorers that will fill up your party are a wonder to behold.
  • 6-Track Music CD – A grand journey is utterly droll without music, so get into the adventuring mindset with an enchanting soundtrack crafted by long-time series composer Yuzo Koshiro!
  • Outer Box – The Yggdrasil and eager adventurers adorn this colorful out box which protects the precious treasures it holds within.

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are as follows:

Switch – 98,999
PS4 – 23,841
New 2DS LL – 17,717
New 3DS LL – 13,108
PS4 Pro – 7,037
Vita – 4,545
2DS – 2,300
New3DS – 1,020
Wii U – 176
PS3 – 142
Xbox One – 77

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

New 2DS LL – 43,315
Switch – 31,906
PS4 – 28,569
New 3DS LL – 12,101
PS4 Pro – 7,649
Vita – 4,655
2DS – 1,901
New 3DS – 1,242
Xbox One – 200
Wii U – 146
PS3 – 129

And here are the software charts:

We haven’t seen much of Shinobi Refle: Senran Kagura since it was announced during a Nintendo Direct earlier this year. Next month, that will be changing.

The “Senran Kagura New Title Presentation 2017” will take place on August 1. It will feature the announcement of new title(s), as well as the latest information on Shinobi Refle: Senran Kagura.

You’ll be able to watch the presentation on YouTube at the following times:

– 2 AM PT
– 5 AM ET
– 10 AM in the UK
– 11 AM in Europe


Nintendo’s financial results for the first quarter, which covers April through June 2017, are now in. The latest data covers sales for Switch and 3DS, overall results for the company, and more. We’ve rounded up the relevant information below.

As part of its latest financial results, Nintendo has updated its listings of million sellers across various platforms, including Switch games. Have a look at the latest numbers below.

Famitsu has just reported that Splatoon 2 has sold 670,955 physical copies in Japan within the first three days of the game’s release . This makes Splatoon 2 the biggest debut for a Switch title and highest selling Switch title to date in Japan.

Comparing the sales from the first game, Splatoon for Wii U had sold 156,610 physical copies in Japan within its first four days of release. Now that is really impressive and fresh.


The inaugural Pokemon GO Fest did not go well. Among the various issues were technical problems, which made it impossible for many attendees to play the game and participate in events for most of the day.

Over on the Niantic blog, CEO John Hanke commented on the situation in detail. Hanke ultimately said that technical issues “caused client crashes and interfered with gameplay for some users.” Hanke also pointed to an “oversaturation of the mobile data networks of some network providers” as well as network congestion, making it so some players couldn’t connect to the internet.

Pokemon GO Fest wasn’t a complete wash. Hanke did note how many people played together once issues were finally ironed out, and fans continued well into the night and throughout Sunday. Players in downtown Chicago participated in more than 69,000 Raid Battles and captured more than 7.7 million Pokemon, including more than 440,000 Legendary Pokemon. Trainers worldwide also participated in 4.6 million Raid Battles and caught more than 500 million Pokemon, including more than 1.9 million Legendary Pokemon.

Finally, Hanke confirmed distributions for the next Legendary Pokemon, Moltres and Zapdos. The former will be available between July 31 and August 7, while the latter is planned between August 8 and August 14. Also keep in mind that Articuno will only be offered through July 31.

Read Hanke’s full message below.

Square Enix announced today that Japan is getting Lost Sphear on October 12. The western release is following later, though the wait won’t be terribly long.

Lost Sphear is set to launch in North America and Europe on January 23, 2018. An exclusive physical version will be sold through the Suqare Enix Online Store. By pre-ordering, you’ll receive two music tracks as a gift.

Source: Square Enix PR

Penguin Wars was originally made as an arcade title in 1985 before reaching additional platforms, including Game Boy. A remake of the title is now in development for Switch, according to the latest issue of Famitsu.

Penguin Wars has two players facing off against each other. Both participants start out with five balls on their side of the table. Ultimately, all ten balls need to end up on one side of the table to declare a winner.

Earlier this month, the ESRB rated Superbeat: Xonic for Switch. It was a strong sign that the rhythm game was bound for Nintendo’s console. We can now confirm separately that Superbeat: Xonic will be on Switch later this year.

Superbeat: Xonic will offer over 50 music tracks and 200 different play patterns on Switch. 4TRAX (beginner), 6TRAX, and 6TRAX FX (master) difficulties are included, as well as a tutorial mode. In Free Style, you can experience endless gameplay. Local and worldwide rankings will be supported, too.

According to a retailer source, Superbeat: Xonic is currently planned for October 3 on Switch. Pre-orders should be opening soon.

Have a look at the first screenshots of Superbeat: Xonic on Switch below.

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