Daily Briefs (March 29) – Kirby: Planet Robobot footage, more

Today’s Daily Briefs:

  • Kirby: Planet Robobot
  • Miitomo
  • Circle Ent.
  • Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 3
  • Yo-kai Sangokushi
  • Nintendo Korea
  • Fire Emblem 0

Kirby Planet RobobotKirby: Planet Robobot

Here’s more gameplay footage for Kirby: Planet Robobot on Nintendo 3DS:

Kirby: Planet Robobot (3DS) comes out on April 28th in Japan, and June 10th in Europe and North America.


If you already have Miitomo (which launches this Thursday in Europe and North America), you can now get a chick costume from the shop!

Source: official Twitter account

Head after the break for the rest of this post!

Circle Ent.

Today, Circle Ent. announced on Twitter that they were working on a game for the Nintendo 3DS based on Unity. For some reason, the game will not be a New Nintendo 3DS only: it’s not really a surprise, since it’s already been confirmed Unity could also be used on the regular Nintendo 3DS models. However, developers are advised to focus on the New Nintendo 3DS.

Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 3

Yesterday, Square-Enix launched a major promotional campaign for Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 3 in Japan. Until April 10th, the commercial for the game will be displayed at specific spots in 19 major JR Stations across Japan, including Shinjuku, Akihabara, Shibuya, and more (you can find the full list of stations at the source link below).

Source: 4Gamer.net

Yo-kai Sangokushi

This week, Yo-kai Sangokushi will be featured in Famitsu magazine, with a 12-page article. There will be an interview with Yoichi Erikawa (CEO of Koei-Tecmo Games) and Akihiro Hino (President and CEO of Level-5).

Here’s the preview from Famitsu magazine:

Talking of Yo-kai Sangokushi, here’s pictures from yesterday’s press conference:

Yo-kai Sangokushi (3DS) comes out on April 2nd in Japan.

Source: Famitsu / 4Gamer.net

Nintendo Korea

Yesterday, it was announced that Nintendo of Korea would carry out a large-scale restructuring that would result in 50 employees getting laid off (80% of the workforce, with only 10 employees left). Nintendo of Korea will also relocate to an office outside Seoul, and Fukuda Hiroyuki will remain as CEO.

The reason Nintendo chose to carry out that restructuring is because its Korean subsidiary has been suffering financial losses for the past 4 years.

Source: Inven
Via: NeoGAF

Fire Emblem 0

Here’s the latest card from the 4th series of Fire Emblem 0 cards (which came out earlier this month in Japan):

Source: Intelligent Systems


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