Today’s Daily Briefs: latest batch of Famitsu previews, but also…
- Namco Museum
- Hey! Pikmin
- Seiken Densetsu Collection
- The Alliance Alive
- Monster Hunter
- NBA 2K18
This week, the following games will be showcased in Famitsu magazine:
- Dai Gyakuten Saiban 2: Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Kakugo (Nintendo 3DS, out on August 3rd in Japan), with a 12 page article featuring more details about the game, an overview of Dai Gyaluten Saiban: Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Bouken, an interview of the developers, and more;
- Splatoon 2 (Nintendo Switch), with an article focusing on the changes from Splatoon;
- Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux, with the latest details about the game;
The latest issue of Famitsu magazine will be released on Thursday (Wednesday afternoon/evening for Europe/North America).
Here’s the latest trailer for Namco Museum, releasing on Friday (July 28th) worldwide, exclusively on the Nintendo eShop!
Here’s the latest gameplay clip for Hey! Pikmin on Nintendo 3DS, releasing on Friday (July 28th) in Europe and North America!
— Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) July 24, 2017
Seiken Densetsu Collection
Looking for some cool Seiken Densetsu stickers for the LINE app? Square-Enix got you covered with the Seiken Densetsu Collection / Mana Collection set, now available for purchase in the Store tab of the app. The price? 100 Coins / 240 Yen / 1.99€ / $1.99!
Here’s what those stickers look like:
The Alliance Alive
The first print edition of The Alliance Alive included a soundtrack “CD” (it was simply a download code), with 20 tracks. Many fans expressed their interest for a release of the full soundtrack, and that’s exactly what they’re getting next month!
Today, FuRyu announced that the Alliance Alive soundtrack album would be released on August 18th (with pre-sale from August 9th on the MONOMUSIK Shop). It costs 3 200 Yen, and includes all 55 tracks found in the game, all composed by Masashi Hamauzu. It comes with a 12 page booklet (colour).
Here’s pictures of the cover and CD art:
Speaking of The Alliance Alive, here’s a video from Dengeki showing the results of their character popularity contest, and some more gameplay footage:
Here’s some pictures for the latest set of Monster Hunter figures, now available in Japan:
Yesterday, 2K shared the first “screenshots” for NBA 2K18 (obviously not from the Nintendo Switch version):
NBA 2K18 (Switch) comes out on September 15th in Europe, and September 19th in North America and Japan.