Daily Briefs (June 26): Germany Software sales (May 2017) / Capcom Summer Campaign 2017 (Japan)

Today’s Daily Briefs: Germany sales (May 2017), but also…

  • Capcom Summer Campaign 2017
  • The Alliance Alive
  • Nintendo Switch

Germany sales (May 2017)

Here’s the Top 20 Software for May 2017 in Germany:

Source: BIU

Capcom Summer Campaign 2017

Today, Capcom launched a promo campaign quite simply called Capcom Summer Campaign 2017. It works that way: players who buy select games will receive a serial code, to enter on the campaign’s website. That code nets you a point, and if you have enough, you can try your luck at a lottery in order to try and win some prizes such as a TV, a New Nintendo 3DS XL, some Monster Hunter Stories amiibo, and more.

Here’s the list of game that is part of the Capcom Summer Campaign 2017:

  • Monster Hunter Stories Ver. 1.2 (Nintendo 3DS, out on July 27th)
  • Dai Gyakuten Saiban 2: Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Kakugo (Nintendo 3DS, out on August 3rd)
  • Dai Gyakuten Saiban 1 + 2 (Nintendo 3DS, out on August 3rd)
  • Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 (PlayStation 4)
  • Dragon’s Dogma Online Series 3 Limited Edition (PlayStation 4)
  • Resident Evil Revelations Umbrella Edition (PlayStation 4)
  • Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. (Nintendo Switch, out on August 25th)

And here’s some pictures of the prizes:

Fore more details, make sure to check out the official website (in Japanese)!

Source: Gamer

The Alliance Alive

Here’s not one, but two livestream recordings for The Alliance Alive on Nintendo 3DS, now available in Japan:

Nintendo Switch

Here’s some pictures from a pretty interesting and handy accessory for the Nintendo Switch (or any other device using USB-C): a power bank, that doubles as a play stand for the main unit!

This accessory is now available in Japan, where it costs 3 580 Yen.

Source: Game Watch


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