Perfectly Nintendo is now on Patreon!

A few weeks ago, we launched a call for help, detailing various ways for our readers to help us. Quite a few of you asked us why we didn’t simply launch a Patreon campaign, which has worked well for various websites and/or creators. Well, we heard you: Perfectly Nintendo is now on Patreon!

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7th Dragon III: code VFD demo available in NA, unlocks rewards in full game

7th Dragon IIIIn just two weeks, 7th Dragon III code:VFD will be released in North America (on July 12th). If you’ve never heard of the series before, there’s a good reason: it’s the first entry ever to be localised. Therefore, if you’re not quite sure this is a game for you, you should definitely head to the Nintendo eShop right now in order to download the demo version!

In this demo, you get to play with a pre-made group of adventurers, who can only go up to Level 10 (of course, that level cap is only for the demo). Once you’re done with the demo, and the game is released, you can transfer your save data and get some bonuses.

First of all, you can refund all the skill points you got during the demo. Also, you can customise the characters from the pre-made group of adventurers however you want. That includes their appearance, but also their classes, their names, and more.

Finally, SEGA confirms that you will be able to get some bonuses if you transfer your save data from the demo to the full game… but doesn’t say what the rewards consist in.

Here’s the bonuses players could get with the Japanese version of the game (they will most likely be the same in the English version):

  • EX Upper: an item you can equip in order to increase the amount of XP you get by x1.2
  • Skill Upper: an item you can equip in order to increase the amount of Skill Points you get by x1.2
  • Nagamimi amulet/charm: an item you can equip in order to increase your Attack, Speed and Evasion rate
  • 10 000 Az (in-game currency), which is bound to prove helpful at the beginning of the game

7th Dragon III code:VFD (3DS) comes out on July 12th in North America. No European release has been announced so far.

Source: SEGA PR

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Indie news (June 28th): Hex Heroes / Xydonia / Hot Rod Racer

Today’s Indie news:

  • Hex Heroes
  • Xydonia
  • Hot Rod Racer
  • 6180 the moon
  • Greedy Guns [Update!]
  • Tumblestone [Update!]
  • Brick Race [Update!]

Hex HeroesHex Heroes

Hex Heroes is a Party RTS for Wii U, that was successfully funded a couple of years ago. Earlier today, the developers posted the latest Kickstarter update for the game, in order to talk about some of the technical issues they’ve faced with the Wii U versions (and what they did to overcome them, such as reaching out to a “very special developer”). They also introduce some of the developers they brought on board recently, and more.

Click here to check out the Kickstarter update!


Xydonia is a “action-packed Japanese-inspired retro SCHMUP”, which could be coming to the Nintendo 3DS if the Kickstarter campaign is successful enough. The developers need €20 000 for the base campaign, and €80 000 for the Nintendo 3DS stretchgoal. So far, €5 749 have been pledged, with 29 days left.

Click here to check out the Kickstarter campaign!

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Aikatsu! First / My Special Appeal: tracklist, release date

This week, Famitsu magazine will reveal Aikatsu! My Special Appeal for the Nintendo 3DS. It’s the second Aikatsu! game coming to the Nintendo 3DS this year, and it will be released at retail unlike Aikatsu! Stars: First Appeal (which will be a Nintendo eShop-only title).

AikatsuHere’s the release date for both titles:

  • Aikatsu! Stars: First Appeal – July 20th (Free 2 Play)
  • Aikatsu! Stars: My Special Appeal – Winter (most likely in November)

Here’s the tracklist for each game:

Aikatsu! Stars: First Appeal

  • Aikatsu! ☆ Step*
  • Start Line!
  • episode solo
  • Heart Skip
  • Tokimeki Lalan ☆
  • Summer Tears Diary

* only one available for free. You need to purchase a ticket for the other songs. Also, more songs will be released as DLC.

Aikatsu! Stars: My Special Appeal

  • Aikatsu! ☆ Step
  • Start Line!
  • episode solo
  • Miracle Force Magic
  • Mirai Transit
  • Dancing Days
  • Hachigatsu no Marina
  • and more (11 songs in total)

Source: Famitsu
Via: Hachima

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SDK Spriter: overworld trailer and details

SDK SpriterEarlier today, Daniel Gump from Hullbreach Studios shared some details and a video for their next project: SDK Spriter (an “all-in-one studio for creating retro video game assets”). With it, you can create character sprite sheets, tile sets, maps, and even full levels, and then export everything to Miiverse or

Here’s the 4 main elements of the software:

  • Sprites: 64×64 pixel art characters, with eight frames of animation for each (compass) direction. The sprite sheet ends up as a PNG image.
  • Tiles: 64×64 tile pixel art assembled into a 16×16 grid. The title set ends up as a PNG image.
  • Maps: 128×128 layered grids of tiles, with collision rules that reference an existing tile set.
  • Levels: they consist of layered maps, a player sprite, multiple non-player character sprites, and metadata. They have four possible forms: Overworld, Platformer, Terrain, and Dungeon Master.

Here’s the overworld trailer for SDK Spriter:

SDK Spriter (Wii U) is coming out “soon” to Europe and North America.

Source: Daniel Gump

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Daily Briefs (June 28) – Teddy Together / The Terror of Techtown

Today’s Daily Briefs:

  • Teddy Together
  • Mr Pumpkin’s Adventure
  • The Terror of Techtown

Teddy TogetherTeddy Together

Teddy Together comes out this Friday in Europe. Here’s a trailer for it:

Mr Pumpkin’s Adventure

Today, Circle Ent. announced that the porting of Mr Pumpkin’s Adventure to the Wii U was successful. In other words: we should get a proper announcement within the next few weeks!

The Terror of Techtown

The Terror of Techtown is a game that was supposed to come out on the NES, and was specifically designed for the infamous Power Glove. Yesterday, Unseen64 published an article about the game, looking at the history of the game. You can click here to learn more about it!

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Famitsu previews (June 28) – Puzzle & Dragons X / Zero Time Dilemma

This week, the following games will be showcased in Famitsu magazine:

  • Puzzle & Dragons X (Nintendo 3DS)
  • Zero Time Dilemma (Nintendo 3DS)
  • Aikatsu! Stars: My Special Appeal (Nintendo 3DS)

Puzzle & Dragons X

This week, Famitsu magazine will have additional details about Puzzle & Dragons X, and more precisely the beginning of the game (in the City of Water). There will be details about the facilities to be found in the city, and the areas nearby. Also: the anime series will also be featured in the Famitsu article!

Here’s the preview from Famitsu magazine:

Puzzle & Dragons X (3DS) comes out on July 28th in Japan.

Source: Famitsu

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[E3 2016] Miiverse: special community to close on June 30th


Yesterday evening, Nintendo announced that the special E3 2016 community on Miiverse would close on June 30th!


Miiverse E3 2016It’s been a tradition ever since E3 2013 (which was the first E3 after the launch of Miiverse): Nintendo has just opened the E3 2016 Community on Miiverse. It’s a place where fans can discuss all things Nitnendo at E3, and this year, discussion are going to have a really strong Zelda flavour…

As usual, there’s two communities:

And like always, the community will only remain open for a certain amount of time, but we don’t know when it will be closed right now (it’s something that will only be announced after E3).

Head after the break for the announcement post from Tom!

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