Daily Briefs (Jan. 7): Shift DX trailer, screens, and details / 2016’s most watched anime by console

Today’s Daily Briefs: some screenshots, details, and a trailer for Shift DX, but also…

  • 2016’s most watched anime by console

Shift DX

Yesterday, we found out that Shift DX was coming to the Nintendo eShop of the Nintendo 3DS next week in Europe. It turns out that North America will also get the game on the same day!

Shift is a puzzle/platform game where you have to find your way out of many rooms, by “shifting” the world. If you don’t understand what that means, simply take a look at the trailer below and you will get it right away!

Here’s the main features:

  • Over 100 brand-new puzzles
  • Shift 1 and Shift 2 levels included
  • New Shift Challenge gameplay mode
  • Create levels with the Level Editor
  • Share levels online as QR Codes
  • “Pop-Art” and “Classic” visual modes
  • Unlockable playable avatars from indie games (including Commander Video)

Here’s the trailer and some screenshots:

The Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

Source: Choice Provisions

2016’s most watched anime by console

Yesterday, Crunchyroll shared some pretty interesting data: 2016’s most watched anime by consoles. The data below is not exactly Top 10 of the most-watched anime on each console, it’s Top 10 made by comparing popularity across all consoles.

We can see that users on each platform have really different tastes, which seem to mirror their main audience. For example, Ace Attorney is only listed on Wii U, which isn’t too surprising for an anime series based on a franchise that has only been released on Nintendo platforms so far (not counting the mobile ports).

Here’s the Top 10:

Source: IGN


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One thought on “Daily Briefs (Jan. 7): Shift DX trailer, screens, and details / 2016’s most watched anime by console

  • 7 January 2017 at 13 h 21 min
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    Nintendo fans with the colorful and more magical shows, PS4 with Persona and great genre diversity, Xbox with the casual/mature anime. Seems accurate.

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