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Developer RCMADIAX recently spilled the beans on their release plans for the first quarter of 2017 on Twitter, mentioning 8 titles in total for the 3DS and Wii U.

The 8 titles in question were not mentioned by name, but RCMADIAX made clear on their Twitter account that 2 were intended for release on the New 3DS and the remaining 6 are headed to the Wii U. Furthermore, the developer briefly detailed their lineup for the Nintendo Switch. There are 6 to 9 titles slated for release by the end of the 2017 holiday season, with the first being seen around the second or third quarter of the year. You can view the tweets for yourself below.

 

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

PS4 – 31,058
Vita 23,090
New 3DS LL – 19,991
New 3DS – 4,389
Wii U – 3,939
3DS – 2,705
PS3 – 1,715
3DS LL – 459
Xbox One – 286

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

Vita – 45,114
PS4 – 32,557
New 3DS LL – 22,593
Wii U – 8,931
New 3DS – 4,978
3DS – 3,298
PS3 – 1,993
3DS LL – 558
Xbox One – 92

And here are the software charts:

1. [PS4] Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 – 64,446 / NEW
2. [PSV] Dragon Quesgt Builders – 46,391 / 224,407
3. [PS4] Dragon Quest Builders – 32,784 / 174,153
4. [PS3] Dragon Quest Builders – 19,151 / 72,305
5. [WIU] Mario Tennis: Ultra msash – 17,856 / 73,187
6. [3DS] Monster Hunter X – 13,391 / 2,674,914
7. [WIU] Splatoon – 11,816 / 1,240,225
8. [3DS] Yo-kai Watch Busters – 10,171 / 2,193,737
9. [PSV] Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition – 8,926 / 651,150
10. [PS4] Yakuza: Kiwami – 8,046 / 131,562
11. [3DS] Monster Strike – 7,891 / 787,645
12. [PS3] Yakuza: Kiwami – 7,243 / 85,262
13. [3DS] Hyrule Warriors Legends – 6,685 / 76,338
14. [WIU] Super Mario Maker – 4,623 / 790,345
15. [PS4] Just Cause 3 – 4,414 / 47,002
16. [PSV] Sangokushi 13 – 4,359 / NEW
17. [PS4] Sangoku Koi Senki: Omoide Gaeshi CS Edition – 3,950 / 24,051
18. [PS4] Rainbow Six Siege – 3,868 / 68,593
19. [3DS] Disney Magical World 2 – 3,659 / 270,985
20. [PS3] Sangokushi 13 – 3,528 / 18,959

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

Vita – 45,114
PS4 – 32,557
New 3DS LL – 22,593
Wii U – 8,931
New 3DS – 4,978
3DS – 3,298
PS3 – 1,993
3DS LL – 558
Xbox One – 92

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

New 3DS LL – 31,452
PS4 – 24,441
Vita – 14,999
Wii U – 11,298
New 3DS – 4,715
3DS – 2,813
PS3 – 1,671
3DS LL – 697
Xbox One – 52

And here are the software charts:

1. [PSV] Dragon Quest Builders – 178,016 / NEW
2. [PS4] Dragon Quest Builders – 141,369 / NEW
3. [WIU] Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash – 55,331 / NEW
4. [PS3] Dragon Quest Builders – 53,154 / NEW
5. [PSV] Uta no Prince-sama: Music 3 – 51,289 / NEW
6. [PS4] Yakuza: Kiwami – 20,260 / 123,516
7. [PS4] Sangokushi 13 – 20,101 / NEW
8. [PS3] Yakuza: Kiwami – 17,591 / 78,019
9. [3DS] Monster Hunter X – 17,023 / 2,661,523
10. [PS3] TV Anime [email protected] Cinderella G4U! Pack Vol.8 – 15,720 / NEW
11. [PS3] Sangokushi 13 – 15,431 / NEW
12. [3DS] Hyrule Warriors Legends – 15,174 / 69,653
13. [WIU] Splatoon – 13,256 / 1,228,409
14. [PSV] The Asterisk War: The Academy City on the Water Houaa Kenran – 12,436 / NEW
15. [3DS] Yo-kai Watch Busters – 11,135 / 2,183,566
16. [PSV] Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition – 10,733 / 642,224
17. [3DS] Monster Strike – 10,263 / 779,754
18. [PS4] Just Cause 3 – 8,928 / 42,588
19. [WIU] Super Mario Maker – 6,327 / 784,211
20. [PSV] Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme VS Force – 7,429 / 137,877

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

New 3DS LL – 31,452
PS4 – 24,441
Vita – 14,999
Wii U – 11,298
New 3DS – 4,715
3DS – 2,813
PS3 – 1,671
3DS LL – 697
Xbox One – 52

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

New 3DS LL – 30,172
PS4 – 25,592
Vita – 18,202
Wii U – 15,398
New 3DS – 6,241
3DS – 4,797
PS3 – 1,939
3DS LL – 1,162
Xbox One – 99

And here are the software charts:

1. [PS4] Yakuza: Kiwami – 103,256 / NEW
2. [PS3] Yakuza: Kiwami – 60,427 / NEW
3. [3DS] Hyrule Warriors Legends – 54,479 / NEW
4. [PS4] Just Cause 3 – 33,660 / NEW
5. [PS4] Resident Evil Origins Collection – 21,015 / NEW
6. [3DS] Monster Hunter X – 20,714 / 2,644,499
7. [PS3] Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster – 15,639 / NEW
8. [WIU] Splatoon – 13,764 / 1,215,154
9. [3DS] Monster Strike – 11,684 / 769,491
10. [3DS] Yo-kai Watch Busters – 10,608 / 2,172,431
11. [PSV] Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition – 10,431 / 631,491
12. [PSV] Odin Sphere Leifthrasir – 9,379 / 52,774
13. [WIU] Super Mario Maker – 9,264 / 776,345
14. [PS4] Odin Sphere Leifthrasir – 7,292 / 49,555
15. [PS4] Fallout 4 – 5,756 / 203,426
16. [PSV] Muv-Luv Double Pack – 4,366 / NEW
17. [PS4] Rainbow Six Siege – 3,915 / 60,145
18. [3DS] Rhythm Heaven: The Best Plus – 3,890 / 639,960
19. [PS4] Call of Duty: Black Ops III – 3,827 / 283,493
20. [3DS] Disney Magical World 2 – 3,742 / 263,358

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The Nintendo UK Store released word of a New Style Boutique 2: Fashion Forward 3DS Bundle in their storefront. The bundle will include The New 3DS, exclusive white diamond face plates, a digital copy of the game, a download code for a game inspired Home Menu theme, and the usually absent 3DS charger.

If that’s not fashion forward enough, you also receive a 10 quid e-voucher for lookfantastic.com.

That is a lot of beauty in one bundle, so if you’re fashion conscious pre-order the pack here for £179.99.

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After a Japan-only Haikyu!! title last year, a second 3DS title is in development for the beloved sports manga. Via a translated Weekly Shonen Jump scan, we see the player will create their own fantasy volleyball team to take on the road and vie for first place. Here, an entirely new story line is on display with the player as character.

No release or localization information is available at this time.

3D Streets of Rage 2 is the next one of the SEGA 3D Classics. Ahead of its release in Japan this week (with a US and European release to follow in July) SEGA released a video of the game, showing what it looks like in stereoscopic 3D.

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Karous – The Beast of Re:Eden will be released in North America this week, on April 30th. The game is a 3D vertical shoot ’em up with a heavy focus on customizing your aircraft. Ahead of its release, publisher Circle Entertainment released the game’s opening movie. Watch it below!