Daily Briefs (Feb. 27) – Puzzle & Dragons X: gameplay video; more

Today’s Daily Briefs:

  • Puzzle & Dragons X
  • YIIK
  • PlatinumGames
  • Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros.
  • Terraria
  • Monster Strike

Puzzle & Dragons XPuzzle & Dragons X

Here’s another gameplay video for Puzzle & Dragons X, courtesy of CoroCoro magazine:

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

YIIK

YIIK is a “post-modern RPG” Ackk Studios have been working on for a quite a few years already, and it’s coming to the Wii U. Good news: this version will have some exclusive features, and will make some extensive use of the GamePad. In a reply to WiiWareWave, the developers explained that players would have to use that controller to play the game, as there’s mini games that use it.

The developers are also working on that Off-TV feature, which should be available at launch. It looks like it wasn’t a straightforward as you would imagine, as apparently, there’s a lot of battles that take place on the second screen.

Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros.

Here’s a commercial for Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros.:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqLjlXNkA7s

PlatinumGames

Yesterday, the PlatinumGames 10th Anniversary Party was held in Japan. Here’s some pictures taken by 4Gamer.net, who attended the event:

Terraria

Here’s the Japanese boxart for Terraria, which comes out at retail on April 21st:

Source: Play-Asia
Via: Japanese Nintendo

Head after the break for the rest of this post!

Pokémon VC

Here’s the launch trailer for Pokémon Red Version, Pokémon Blue Version, and Pokémon Yellow Version: Speciak Pikachu Edition on the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console:

Monster Strike

Here’s the full version of We Will Rock You, the ending song from the Monster Strike anime series:


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