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Daily Briefs (January 27th)


Here’s some screenshots for the Japanese version of Terraria (click here for more details!):

Source: Famitsu

Super Mario Maker

Due to a glitch, some players have been able to create a bullet hell-like level in Super Mario Maker. Here’s a video:

It’s not quite sure if this bug is the one Nintendo is planning to fix with the next update.

Boku no Hero Academia: Battle for All

Here’s some screenshots for Boku no Hero Academia: Battle for All, which is coming out this year in Japan.


Musicverse: Electronic Keyboard

A few days ago, we learned that Musicverse: Electronic Keyboard was coming to the Nintendo eShop of the Nintendo 3DS, in Japan. It turns out that the game will get a worldwide release, and will cost $7.99 / €7.99 in North America and Europe.

Here’s the main features:

  • Video tutorials included in the application.
  • Automatic accompaniment with 14 music styles and 4 variations.
  • Eight programmable chords and 12 chord types to choose.
  • Availability of 32 instruments from retro to modern style.
  • Integrated sequencer with independent chord and melody tracks.
  • Independent mutes for drum, bass and chorus parts.
  • Six octave keyboard (2 visible).
  • Chord scale visualization.
  • Key zoom function.
  • Real-time quantization.
  • Pitch bend function.
  • Metronome.
  • Left-handed mode.
  • Store up to 128 creations.
  • Share your music through Miiverse, Facebook and Twitter.
  • Import other user’s music from Miiverse™ or QR Code patterns.
  • Export your songs in AAC format to the SD Card.

Source: NintendoLife


Here’s more pictures of the finalists of the Splatoon Koshien 2016:

Source: Nintendo

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Monster Hunter X

Today, yet another guide for Monster Hunter X went on sale in Japan. Compared to the previous ones, this guid is much meatier: 1088 pages in total. It costs 2 916 Yen. Here’s some preview pages:

Source: Famitsu

Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival

Siliconera tried out the Blathers and Celeste amiibo in Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival, and found out a rather neat detail about them.

Just like in the mainline games, Blathers and Celeste stay asleep during in Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival, even if you’re playing as one of them. When comes their turn, they wake up suddenly and… go back to sleep as soon as their turn is over. The only exception is nightime, when they both stay awake all the time.

Mega Man

Next month, to celebrate the release of Mega Man Legacy Collection in Japan (on February 25th), a temporary Mega Man Store will open at certain retailers (such as Animate). There will be an exhibition, demo booths, and of course a shop with official merchandise to purchase. Here’s pictures of some of the goodies available:

For more details, please click here (Japanese-only)!

Lost Reavers

Lost Reavers is a 4-player co-op action game from Bandai-Namco, which was released last month in Japan. Today, a brand new event went live: until 10th (1.29PM JST), if you manage to defeat two special bosses, you will be able to get special costumes for two of the characters. Click here for more details (only in Japanese)!

Cube Life: Island Survival

Cube Life: Island Survival is a Minecraft clone, which is available on Wii U in Europe and North America. It will be launched next week in Japan, on February 3rd. The game will cost 1 000 Yen, but with every update, the price will increase by 300 Yen. However, when you purchase the game, you’re guaranteed to get all subsequent updates for free. In other words, if you want to avoid paying more, you should buy the game as soon as possible.

Also, a demo was launched today: it can only be launched 5 times, played 90mn (60mn for Survival mode, and 30mn for Creation mode), and doesn’t have any multiplayer features. Also, you cannot transfer your save data file to full version.

Source: Inside-Games

Cube Creator 3D

In Japan, Cube Creator 3D was updated to Ver. 1.1 today. It adds some new elements, new types of worlds, new patterns for the cubes, and more. Click here for more details (in Japanese)!

Also, on Friday, Nintendo Dream will release a guide book for the game: it will cost 994 Yen.


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