Today’s Japanese news: latest batch of Famitsu previews (including The Alliance Alive), but also…
- Puzzle & Dragons X
- Monster Hunter XX
- Attack on Titan: Shichi Kara no Dasshutsu
- Freestyle Work
- Sonic 25th Anniversary
Famitsu previews (The Alliance Alive, more)
This week, the following will be featured in Famitsu magazine:
- The Alliance Alive (Nintendo 3DS, releasing on March 30th in Japan), with details about vehicles and the battle system, but also an interview with Masataka Matsuura (Director / Producer);
- RPG Maker Fes Player (Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo eShop), with three recommended games to download;
- an article about celebrities and game developers talking about their favourite game from 2016
- New Year cards from game companies
Speaking of Famitsu magazine, in this same issue (released on Wednesday in Japan), both Atlus and Koei-Tecmo reveal that they have new games to be revealed in 2017. Unfortunately, there’s no way to know for now if there will be anything for Nintendo platforms yet…
Via: Hachima Kikou
Puzzle & Dragons X
Yesterday, GungHo announced that the soundtrack album for Puzzle & Dragons X would be released on February 8th in Japan. It will include two discs, featuring all the tracks from the soundtrack (composed by Kenji Ito, Yuzo Koshiro, and Akira Yamaoka). It will cost 2 500 Yen (+ taxes).
Here’s what the cover looks like:
Monster Hunter XX
Here’s pictures for the Alchemy Style Acrylic Mascots, that come with the Limited Edition for Monster Hunter XX at e-Capcom (you get one selected at random):
Monster Hunter XX (3DS) comes out on March 18th in Japan.
Attack on Titan: Shichi Kara no Dasshutsu
Here’s a short preview one of the two Nintendo 3DS Themes that come as a bonus for pre-ordered the Treasure Box Edition of Attack on Titan: Shichi Kara no Dasshutsu on Nintnedo 3DS (until January 22nd):
— ゲーム『進撃の巨人２』公式 (@kt_shingeki) December 26, 2016
Attack on Titan: Shichi Kara no Dasshutsu (3DS) comes out on March 30th in Japan.
Last week, Level-5 opened a subsidiary called Freestyle Work. What’s pretty peculiar about this company (focused on 2D/3D graphic production) is that the staff is free to work as many hours they want, when they want: great for students trying to get some work experience, those who want to work during their free time, and more. More details about the company can be found at the official website.
Sonic 25th Anniversary
Here’s pictures of the Sonic 25th Anniversary event that was held on Friday in Japan: