Today’s Daily Briefs:
- Nintendo Australia
- Culdcept Revolt
- Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters
- Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE [Update!]
- Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley [Update!]
- River City: Tokyo Rumble [Update!]
Yesterday, Nintendo Australia launched a new version of its official website: you can click here to check it out!
The new home page is clearly based on the Japanese one (it even reuses some of the icons and menus), and is definitely much more modern than the previous one. But what really matters is that the website now features integration with Nintendo Accounts.
That means that the web Nintendo eShop should soon be launched in Australia. That service was launched earlier this year in Europe and North America (and last year in Japan), but it’s still not available in Australia (precisely because of the outdated website). No doubt we will be hearing about this in the (near) future!
Thanks Daniel Vuckovic for the heads up!
Here’s the recording of the segment dedicated to Culdcept Revolt, from the latest episode of Denjin Getcha:
Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters
Today, two new Appmon were revealed:
- Onmon (Attribute: Gaming): the Appmon tied to online games, who loves connecting with others;
- Offmon (Attribute: Gaming): the Appmon tied to offline games, who loves to be left alone.
Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters (3DS eShop) will be released this Fall in Japan.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE
Here’s a short video introducing the DLC content for Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE:
Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley
Heads up for European players: a 50% off discount is available as Just For You” discount for Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley. The discount is available until August 4th.
Thanks Mark M for the heads up!
River City: Tokyo Rumble
Here’s the latest two character profiles for River City: Tokyo Rumble on Nintendo 3DS:
River City: Tokyo Rumble (3DS) comes out this Summer in North America.