Today’s Daily Briefs:
- Monster Hunter
- Hyrule Warriors Legends
Yesterday, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate celebrated its first anniversary in Europe and North America (just like the New Nintendo 3DS). Yesterday, VentureBeat put up an article about how the Monster Hunter was finally able to find sucess in the United States (and the West as a whole): you can click here to read it!
The article largely focuses on the localisation process, which was quite lengthy: after all, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate may be an action game, it still has pretty much as much text as your average Ace Attorney game. The article also talk about everything the developers did to make the game more accessible to newcomers.
Hyrule Warriors Legends
Here’s the English trailer for Skull Kid in Hyrule Warriors Legends, which is exactly the same as the Japanese one:
Hyrule Warriors Legends (3DS) comes out on March 24th in Europe, and March 25th in North America.
Musicverse: Electronic Keyboard
Last month, we learned that Musicverse: Electronic Keyboard would come out in February in Japan. Then it was revealed that it would be a worldwide release, with Europe and North America also getting the game. And it turns out that the game should be released on February 18th in North America: it wouldn’t be surprising if the date was the same for Europe and Japan, but we will have to wait a bit more before finding out.
Here’s the list of features:
- Store up to 128 creations.
- Share your music trough Miiverse, Facebook and Twitter.
- Import other user’s music from Miiverse or QR Code patterns.
- Export your creations in AAC format to the SD card.
- Included video tutorials.
- Left handed mode.
- Chord scale visualization.
- Key zoom function.
- Real time quantization.
- Automatic accompaniment with 14 musical styles and 4 variations.
- 8 programmable chords.
- 32 instruments.
- Integrated sequencer with independent chord and melody tracks.