Daily Briefs (April 2): Doraemon Nobita no Bokujo Monogatari / Yooka-Laylee

Today’s Daily Briefs: release date for Doraemon Nobita no Bokujo Monogatari, but also…

  • Yooka-Laylee
  • Famitsu previews
  • United Kingdom Sales

Doraemon Nobita no Bokujo Monogatari

Bandai-Namco have announced that Doraemon Nobita no Bokujo Monogatari will be released on June 13th in Japan. Here’s the first proper trailer for the game:

Doraemon Nobita no Bokujo Monogatari is now available for pre-order in Japan (price: 6 100 Yen + taxes), with a set of items offered as early purchase bonus (retail or digital):

  • Nobita’s Futon
  • Nobita’s desk
  • Nobita’s bookshelf
  • Nobita’s room floor
  • Nobita’s room wall

Finally, here’s the latest set of screenshots for the game:

Doraemon Nobita no Bokujo Monogatari (Switch) comes out on June 13th in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: 4Gamer


Yesterday, the long-awaited 64-Bit Tonic for Yooka-Laylee was released. Here’s the launch trailer:

Famitsu previews

This week, the following will be featured in the latest issue of Famitsu magazine:

The latest issue of Famitsu magazine comes out on Thursday in Japan (effectively Wednesday morning/afternoon in North America and Europe respectively).

United Kingdom

UKIE have shared some data for the video game market in the United Kingdom in 2018. They reveal that the market is valued at a record £5.7 billion, which is a 10% growth Year on Year. One noticeable aspect of the market is the continued increase of digital sales (£2.01 billion, +20.3%), to the detriment of retail sales (£770 million, -2.6%) and pre-owned sales (£67.9 million, -30.8%). Hardware sales rose to £702 million (+6.5%) and Peripheral/Accessories to £355 million (+19.9%)

Here’s the full data (there’s a mistake in the chart, with the year reading as 2016 and 2017 instead of 2017 and 2018):

For even more details on those sales, make sure to check out this page!

Source: UKIE



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