Daily Briefs (July 19) – One Piece: Dai Kaizoku Colosseum demo / BoxBoy! papercrafts

Today’s Daily Briefs:

  • One Piece: Dai Kaizoku Colosseum
  • BoxBoy!
  • Puzzle & Dragons X @ Famitsu [Update!]
  • Stickman Super Athletics [Update!]

One Piece: Dai Kaizoku Colosseum

One Piece: Dai Kaizoku Colosseum is a 2D action game developed by Arc System Works (you can find more details about it in this post). Today, Bandai-Namco uploaded a second commercial for the game, revealing that Gild Tesoro (from the latest One Piece movie, One Piece Gold) would appear in the game.

The commercial also reveals that a demo version will be released next week on the Nintendo eShop, on July 27th to be precise. Unfortunately, we don’t quite know what this demo includes just yet, but no doubt Bandai-Namco will give more details by next week.

Here’s the second TV Commercial for One Piece: Dai Kaizoku Colosseum on Nintendo 3DS:

https://youtu.be/scaqXPmisFw

One Piece: Dai Kaizoku Colosseum (3DS) comes out on September 21st in Japan.

Source: Bandai-Namco

BoxBoy!

Looking for fun video game-related activity for you or your kids this Summer? You’re in luck: today, HAL Laboratory shared not one, but two papercrafts based on BoxBoy! There’s two of them:

  • Easy (for kids age 9 or older)
  • Advanced (for kids age 11 or older)

Unfortunately, there’s a catch… the instructions are only available in Japanese!

Source: HAL Laboratory

Puzzle & Dragons X @ Famitsu

Puzzle & Dragons X comes out at the end of the month (on July 28th), and it will be showcased once more in Famitsu magazine this week (as part of the launch countdown features). This time, we’re getting 6 pages with details about the monsters, the toys, and more.

Here’s the Famitsu preview:

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

Source: Famitsu

Stickman Super Athletics

Here’s the Japanese trailer for Stickman Super Athletics (confirming that the game would be released in Japan, courtesy of Rainy Frog):

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