Today’s Daily Briefs:
- Xenoblade Chronicles X
- The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening
- Circle Ent.
- Fire Emblem 0
- Dasshutsu Fantasy: Alice in Escape Land
- Yo-kai Watch
Xenoblade Chronicles X
If there’s one aspect of Xenoblade Chronicles that players enjoyed, it’s the Skells: those mechas are not only extremely powerful, they are also a great way to explore Planet Mira (especially once you get the Flying Module). If you really want a plastic model to put on your shelf, Kotobukiya has just the thing for you!
Here’s some details and pictures:
- Scale: 1/48
- Size: Approx. H175mm
- Material: PS, PE, ABS
- Parts: 201 – 400
The Skell was designed Takayuki Yanase, and the model comes with decals, sword, machinegun, grenade, beamsabe and shield.
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening
Last week, Game Informer published an interview with Takashi Tezuka, about one of the strangest entry in the Zelda series: Link’s Awakening. He reveals that the game originally started as a pet project, unsanctionned by his superiors at the time. And, surprisingly enough, he reveals that Twin Peak actually had an influence on the development of the game.
Click here to read the interview!
This morning, WayForward announced that the two Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse and Mighty Switch Force Nintendo 3DS Themes would be released next week in Europe (on March 18th)!
Head after the break for the rest of this post!
Today and yesterday, Circle Ent. made two announcements:
- Witch & Hero II should come out on March 17th in North America (EU release date is still TBC). Here’s the Story Intro:
- Petit Novel Series – Harvest December will be released on March 10th in Germany.
- The Legend of Dark Witch is coming out on March 17th in Germany, Australia, and New Zealand.
Fire Emblem 0
Here’s the latest two Genei Ibun Roku #FE cards, from the 4th series of Fire Emblem 0 cards (launching on March 17th in Japan):
Source: Intelligent Systems
Dasshutsu Fantasy: Alice in Escape Land
Here’s a trailer for Dasshutsu Fantasy: Alice in Escape Land, which comes out tomorrow in Japan:
Here’s the latest commercial for Yo-kai Watch, highlighting the bonus content you can get by scanning the QR codes at the back on Yo-kai medals:
Here’s the character introduction for the Monk, in Sadame (available now on Nintendo 3DS):
— RSG Team (@RisingStarGames) March 8, 2016