Today’s Japanese news: more DLC for Monster Hunter Stories, but also…
- Monster Hunter XX
- Taiko Drum Master: Dokodon! Mystery Adventure
- Puzzle & Dragons X
Monster Hunter Stories
Here’s some screenshots for the latest batches of DLC for Monster Hunter Stories:
Speaking of Monster Hunter Stories, the soundtrack of Monster Hunter Stories: RIDE ON (the anime series) will be released on February 22nd. It includes 20 tracks, and costs 2 000 Yen (+ taxes).
Here’s the cover of the album:
And here’s some merchandise for the anime series:
Source: Famitsu (1 / 2 / 3)
Monster Hunter XX
Monster Hunter XX will be released on March 18th, and as is often the case with Capcom games, the soundtrack will be released roughly one month later. In that case, the soundtrack album will be released on April 12th.
Also, here’s some preview pages for the Production Note book included in the Monster Hunter XX Limited Edition:
And here’s some pictures of Monster Hunter XX merchandise (along with other Capcom series):
Monster Hunter XX (3DS) comes out on March 18th in Japan.
Here’s pictures of Pokémon cushions releasing in March in Japan:
Taiko Drum Master: Dokodon! Mystery Adventure
Last week, Bandai-Namco released some more DLC for Taiko Drum Master: Dokodon! Mystery Adventure, with a new free track (Itoshi no Miru-san, available for free until March 1st), and the Popular Song Pack #5.
On Friday, D4 Enterprise announced they were going to release Ganbare Goemon Sound Tamatebako ~Original Soundtrack Box~. As the name implies, it’s a box with the soundtrack of 15 Goemon games, with 12 of them being available on CD for the very first time. It includes over 600 tracks in total, on 10CD, and will be released on May 26th (price: 14 500 Yen).
Puzzle & Dragons X
On Friday, GungHo announced that total views for the Puzzle & Dragons X anime on video distribution platforms had topped 37 million (5 millions for Japan, and 32 millions for China). To celebrate, GungHo is distributing some bonus items for Puzzle & Dragons X game via said video distributuons platforms, until February 16th.