Daily Briefs (August 10) – Metroid Prime: Federation Force commercial, more

Today’s Daily Briefs: commercial for Metroid Prime: Federation Force, but also…

  • Kirby: Planet Robobot
  • Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past
  • River City: Tokyo Rumble
  • Yo-kai Watch

Metroid Prime: Federation Force

Here’s a commercial for Metroid Prime: Federation Force on Nintendo 3DS:

Metroid Prime: Federation Force (3DS) comes out on August 19th in North America, August 25th in Japan, and September 2nd in Europe.

Kirby: Planet Robobot

Interested in learning more about Kirby: Planet Robobot? If yes, you’re in luck: the first part of the Kirby: Planet Robobot Ask-a-thon is now available on Miiverse! In this one, Shinya Kumazaki (Director) explain how they picked up the title, what inspired them to create the game, how long it took to develop, and more.

Click here to check out Part 1 of the Kirby: Planet RobobotAsk-a-thon!

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past

This year, some of the developers of Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past will be at gamescom. They will make an appearance on stage at Nintendo’s booth, and they will answer some questions from fans. If you have something to ask them, you can do so by leaving a comment on Miiverse! Unfortunately, we don’t know if the answers will be shared via a video or not.

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past (3DS) will be released on September 16th in Europe and North America.

River City: Tokyo Rumble

Yesterday, Natsume shared the latest character profile for River City: Tokyo Rumble, which is for Andy (from Double Dragons):

And in case you’re wondering, the game itself is a Single Player game, but the mini games can be played with up to 4 players (local only).

River City: Tokyo Rumble (3DS eShop) comes out in September in Europe and North America (with a Limited retail release in North America).

Yo-kai Watch

Here’s what the Yo-kai Watch Trading Card Game starter pack, available exclusively at Walmart, looks like:


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