Japanese news (Sept. 3): Nintendo Badge Arcade / Culdcept Revolt / TGS 2016

Today’s Japanese news: latest content update for the Nintendo Badge Arcade, but also…

  • Culdcept Revolt
  • Capcom @ Tokyo Game Show 2016
  • SEGA @ Tokyo Game Show 2016

Nintendo Badge Arcade

Yesterday, Nintendo added the following to the Nintendo Badge Arcade:

  • Kirby series: 9 new panels
  • Pokémon series: 4 new panels
  • Free plays every day until Sunday

Here’s some screencaps, courtesy of JoeM86:

Source: Nintendo

Culdcept Revolt

Yesterday, Nintendo released a new update for Culdcept Revolt in Japan. It brings it to Ver. 1.2, and fixes a couple of issues found in the game. The update is required to use the online features, but be warned: you will not be able to play with players using Ver. 1.0 or Ver 1.1 after updating, even via local wireless.

This update requires 20 blocks / 1.5MB of free space on your SD Card. To download it, you have several options:

  • launch Culdcept Revolt from the Home Menu, while being connected to the internet: you should get a prompt when doing so. Just follow the instructions on screen;
  • search for Culdcept Revolt on the Nintendo eShop;
  • use the option in the Nintendo eShop settings.

To check that you have the latest version installed, launch Culdcept Revolt: you should see Ver. 1.2 in the top left corner of the bottom screen, in the main menu.

Culdcept Revolt 1.2

Source: Nintendo

Capcom @ Tokyo Game Show 2016

Here’s the updated line-up for Capcom at the Tokyo Game Show 2016

  • Monster Hunter Stories (Nintendo 3DS): playable, stage presentation, livestream
  • Megami Meguri (Nintendo 3DS): playable, stage presentation, livestream

Source: Capcom

SEGA @ Tokyo Game Show 2016

Here’s the line-up for SEGA at the Tokyo Game Show 2016:

  • Puyo Puyo Chronicle (Nintendo 3DS): playable, trailer, stage presentation, merchandise

Source: SEGA


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