Today’s Japanese news: latest batch of Famitsu previews (including one for Dai Gyakuten Saiban 2, but also…
- Monster Hunter Stories
- Megami Meguri
This week, the following will be featured in Famitsu magazine in Japan:
- Dai Gyakuten Saiban 2 (Nintendo 3DS), with an article detailing Naruhodou Ryuunosuke and the mysterious “Haunted Boarding House”. It looks like two of the magazine’s editors will try and guess what will happen in this sequel, too;
- Cube Creator DX (Nintendo 3DS), with an article detailing this “DX” version of the game (that features 3 different game modes: Survival Mode, Creative Mode, and Stage Builder Mode);
- Nintendo Switch (releasing on March 3rd worldwide): starting this week, Famitsu magazine will feature an article about the Nintendo Switch for the next 6 weeks. This week will have 16 pages, filled with details about the console itself but also comments from 45 game creators;
- Megami Meguri (Nintendo 3DS, eShop): this week, Famitsu will share details about the major update for the game, to be released in February. There will also be a serial code for some local dishes;
- The Alliance Alive (Nintendo 3DS, releasing on March 30th in Japan): the article will have new details about the battle system, but also a new system called “Ignition”.
The latest issue of Famitsu magazine comes out on Thursday in Japan.
Monster Hunter Stories
Yesterday, some more DLC for Monster Hunter Stories went live. This time around, the new content is for a collaboration with Puzzle & Dragons X (following the Monster Hunter Stories’s collaboration content in that game). There’s several things for players to download, such as:
- special tournament: PazuDora X Cup. If you manage to win, you will get some special Otomon eggs. The eggs are for Kurenai Goukami, a special monster from Puzzle & Dragons X. Its Special Attack is called Inferno Blast, and its Kizuna Move is Goukami Impact;
- special background for your Rider Card;
- special titles.
Here’s some pictures for that DLC:
Today, a new promotional event for Megami Meguri went live, and will run until February 28th. During that period, players will be able to get special costumes when visiting specific train stations with their IC Card, and then scanning the card in-game. There’s also unique conversations with Tsukumo to enjoy.
Here’s what the costumes look like: