Today’s Daily Briefs:
- Yo-kai Sangokushi
- Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight
- LEGO Dimensions
- Spain sales
Yo-kai Sangokushi came out today in Japan, and 4Gamer.net published an article with their play impressions this morning. As usual, it comes with a lot of screenshots, that you can find… just below!
Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight
This week, an update for Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight was released in Europe and North America. It brings the game to Ver. 1.1, but without any major change. All this update does is fix a bug involving suspend saves. Even if you do not (regularly) use that feature, it is recommended to install the patch as soon as possible to avoid any trouble.
The update requires only 23 blocks / 2.8MB of free space on your SD card. To install it, you can:
- launch the game from the Home Menu of your Nintendo 3DS, while being connected to the internet. You should get a prompt when doing so;
- search for Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight on the Nintendo eShop;
- use the option in the Nintendo eShop settings.
Earlier this week, GameCreated published an interview with Mark Warburton (Associate Producer at TT Games), about the Midway Arcade Level Pack for LEGO Dimensions. It tackles several topics, such as what the Midway Arcade Level Pack is in the first place, why the character drives the G-6155 Interceptor from Spy Hunter, if the team could use the original source code of the games, and much more. Click here to check it out!
Today, Nintendo launched a special contest for players living in the United Kingdom. Four of them can win one first-party game of their choice by participating before WednesdayApril 27th. Here’s what you have to do:
- capture your “#HeartNintendo moment”
- share it on Instagram with “My #HeartNintendo moment” in the caption
- that’s it!
Click here for more details about the contests, including the rules.
Here’s some sales data for the Spanish video game market:
- Total sales: €1.083 billion (+8.7%)
- Physical sales: €791 million (+4.8%)
- Digital sales:€292 million (+21%)
- Software: €352 million (-3.3%) / 8,965,000 (-8.8%)
- Hardware: €334 million (+11.2%) / 1,182,000 (+7%)
- Accessories: €104 million (+15.4%) / 4,855,000 (+9.2%)
- Home consoles: 820,000 units (+9%)
- Portable consoles: 362,000 units (+2.2%)
Software sales per platform
- PlayStation 4 – 2,767,000 (+109%)
- PlayStation 3 – 1,771,000 (-41%)
- Nintendo 3DS – 1,356,000 (-1%)
- Nintendo Wii – 718,000 (-35%)
- PC – 557,000 (-23%)
- Xbox 360 – 522,000 (-40%)
- Nintendo Wii U – 467,000 (+28%)
- Xbox One – 343,000 (+56%)
- PlayStation Vita – 335,000 (-28%)
- PlayStation Portable – 64,000 (-71%)
- Nintendo DS – 50,000 (-59%)