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In Japan, Square Enix is allowing players to transfer save data from Bravely Default to Bravely Default: For the Sequel.

Just a few steps are required to initiate the process. They are as follows:

1) Need a Square Enix member ID
2) Boot up the original game
3) Visit the Member section and upload it for a password
4) Swap cartridges and boot up For the Sequel
5) Start a new game
6) When prompted, say you’d like to import your data and the game will prompt for your Square Enix ID and password
7) Transfer can then take place

Players can ultimately bring along their level, job, job level, money, items, special moves, friends and more.


Puyo Puyo Tetris – 2 modes detailed

Posted on 4 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News, Wii U | 0 comments | 0 Likes

Puyo Puyo Tetris includes a neat little Versus mode. The rules are quite simple: one player takes on a game of Tetris while the other is put in charge of Puyo Puyo. When playing Puyo Puyo, traditional Puyo Puyo Tsu are used, so erasing puyos drops nuisance puyos on the other player’s board. Tetris, on the other hand, makes use of classic Tetris rules.

There’s another mode in Puyo Puyo Tetris, too. Swap mode features a game board for Tetris and another for Puyo Puyo. Players switch off on the games when the time runs out.


The latest reward on the Japanese Club Nintendo site is a pair of Animal Crossing magnets. Members can order the items for 250 points starting today.


Square Enix has released a special notebook replica for Bravely Default based on the one found in the game. It’s available through the publisher’s Japanese store for 2,000 yen. The notebook contains 192 blank pages to write in, wrapped in silver foil, and downloadable costume codes that previously came with the drama CD.


A few months ago, there were reports that Renesas Electronics would be shutting down its plants, including one that handles Wii U’s embedded DRAM. However, a few Japanese sources such as Nihon Keizai Shimbu, Toyo Keizai, Nikkei, Reuters, Sankei Digital, Mainichi and Asahi Digital say Sony could end up acquiring the Tsuruoka plant. Indeed: that’s where Wii U’s eDRAM is produced.

Japanese outlets claim that the acquisition could begin as early as next week. Sony appears to be interested in Renesas Electronics so that it can enhance production of its CMOS sensors for smartphones.

When news first emerged of Renesas’ potential closure, Nintendo said at the time that Wii U production would not be affected.


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