One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 – Kiku announced as DLC in third character pack
Posted on 1 year ago by Elias in News, Switch, Switch eShop | 0 comments
Shonen Jump has revealed that the next DLC character for One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is to be Kiku. Following Kin’emon, she is the second character announced of this DLC pack, with a third character yet to be announced. Currently, a release date for this character pack is unknown.
Bandai has sent out the fifth animated trailer for Tabe-O-Ja, its cooking battle action game. We’ve included it below:
Jump Force Deluxe Edition – Hunter x Hunter character Meruem announced as DLC fighter
Posted on 1 year ago by Elias in Switch | 0 comments
The latest issue of Weekly Jump has revealed the first DLC character for Jump Force to be Meruem from Hunter x Hunter. Jump Force is already out on other platforms, but the Deluxe Edition that includes Character Pass 1 is due out for Switch on August 27 in Japan and August 28 in North America and Europe. What other DLC characters do you hope to see? Special thanks to Gematsu for the screenshot and information.
Two new Kuroko’s Basketball: Ties to the Future trailers
Posted on 7 years ago by Kirara Koneko(@KiraraKoneko) in 3DS, News, Videos | 0 comments
Goutouchi Tetsoduo Japanese Boxart
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Here is the Japanese boxart for the upcoming title Gotouchi Tetsudou: Gotouchi Kyara to Nihon Zenkoku no Tabi.
The rough english translation for this title is Local Railroads: Local Characters and a Journey all around Japan.
SF Dotabata Party!! Trailer
Posted on 7 years ago by Kirara Koneko(@KiraraKoneko) in 3DS, Videos, Wii U | 0 comments
Another One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X Trailer
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Magi: The Kingdom of Magic commercial
Puzzle & Dragons Z, Taiko no Tatsujin Wii U have crossovers with each other
Puzzle & Dragons Z has a crossover with Taiko: Dream Master’s Don – otherwise known as the drum from Taiko no Tatsujin. A Drop Code allows players to unlock a crossover dungeon by playing Namco Bandai’s Wii U rhythm game or Taiko: Drum Master Pink Version in arcades. On the other end of the spectrum, Taiko no Tatsujin Wii U features Puzzle & Dragons songs such as Walking Through The Towers and the Upside Down World as free DLC.