Daily Briefs (March 22nd) – Story of Seasons / Mega Man Battle Network

Today’s Daily Briefs:

  • Bokujou Monogatari 3tsu no Sato no Taisetsuna Tomodachi (Story of Seasons)
  • Shakedown Hawaii
  • Rockman EXE / Mega Man Battle Network
  • Hyrule Warriors Legends (+ The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD)
  • Fire Emblem Fates – New Nintendo 3DS XL
  • Star Fox Zero Limited Edition
  • Game ads in the US (February)
  • Boku no Hero Academia: Battle for All
  • Nintendo eShop sales (Japan)
  • Fire Emblem 0

bokujo_3satoBokujou Monogatari 3tsu no Sato no Taisetsuna Tomodachi (Story of Seasons)

Here’s two screenshots for Bokujou Monogatari 3tsu no Sato no Taisetsuna Tomodachi (the latest entry in the Story of Seasons series), showcasing Zaha and Calila (two villagers from Lulucoco Village):

Bokujou Monogatari 3tsu no Sato no Taisetsuna Tomodachi (Story of Seasons) (3DS) comes out on June 23rd in Japan.

Source: Marvelous

Shakedown Hawaii

Did you play Retro City Rampage? If yes, you might want to take this survey! What do you want to see in the follow up, Shakedown Hawaii? Now the tiem to make your voice heard!

Rockman EXE / Mega Man Battle Network

The good folks at Mega Man Battle Network 3D have translated the first part of an interview with the developers of Rockman EXE / Mega Man Battle Network. In this first part, they reveal how this RPG actually started as… a horror game for handheld! Click here to read the translated interview (or here for the original interview in Japanese).

Hyrule Warriors Legends

Here’s an infographic for Hyrule Warriors Legends, which comes out on March 24th in Europe (and March 25th in North America):

Talking of Zelda, if you live in North America, you can win a copy of the Collector’s Edition of the Prima Guide for The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD. Click here for more details!

Source: Nintendo UK

Fire Emblem Fates – New Nintendo 3DS XL

If you’re interested in the Fire Emblem Fates – New Nintendo 3DS XL, it’s currently available for pre-order on Amazon.it! Unfortunately, the Fire Emblem Fates Limited Edition sold out pretty quickly, earlier today…

Star Fox Zero

If you’re interested in the First-Print Edition of Star Fox Zero (with Star Fox Guard on disc), it’s currently available on Amazon.it (the 99.99€ price tag is a place holder).

Head after the break for the rest of this post!

Game ads in the US (February)

Some data about advertisement spendings by video game companies in the United States in February, courtesy of VentureBeat:

  • $37 million in spending
  • 43.8 million online views
  • 245,000 social actions
  • 324,000 searches
  • 3.5 billion TV impressions
  • Nintendo: 28% of the industry’s response
  • Nintendo’s best performing ad: Mario & Luigi Paper Jam: Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards (third most-engaging spot of the month)
  • Nintendo: five of the top 10 most digitally engaging ads

Boku no Hero Academia: Battle for All

Here’s some screenshots for Boku no Hero Academia: Battle for All (and its Nintendo 3DS Theme), which comes out on May 19th in Japan:

Source: 4Gamer.net

Nintendo eShop sales (Japan)

From March 30th to April 20th, the following games will be on sale on the Nintendo eShop in Japan:

  • 9-in1 Arcade Collection: 120 Yen (instead of 150 Yen)
  • Crazy Kangaroo: 90 Yen (instead of 100 Yen)
  • Speed x3D Hyper Edition: 120 Yen (instead of 150 Yen)
  • Speed x3D: 200 Yen (instead of 400 Yen)
  • Hazumi : 250 Yen (instead of 400 Yen)
  • Pick-a-Jewel: 160 Yen (instead of 250 Yen)
  • Pix3D: 200 Yen (instead of 400 Yen)
  • Monster Shooter: 350 Yen (instead of 700 Yen)
  • League of Heroes: 300 Yen (instead of 400 Yen)

Source: Gamer.ne.jp

Fire Emblem 0

Here’s the latest cards from the 4th series of cards for Fire Emblem 0 (which came out last week in Japan):

Source: Intelligent Systems


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