JP News (Feb. 8): Puzzle & Dragons X / Monster Hunter XX / Subara City

Today’s Japanese news: update and more free DLC for Puzzle & Dragons X, but also…

  • Monster Hunter XX
  • Subara City
  • Pokémon
  • Denpa Ningen no RPG Free!
  • Megami Meguri
  • Nintendo Classic Mini: Family Computer

Puzzle & Dragons X

Today, GungHo released a new update for Puzzle & Dragons X, bringing the game to Ver. 4.0. This new update adds several new monsters, as you can see below. Also, the latest batch of free DLC went live today!

Here’s some screenshots for the update and the latest batch of free DLC:

Source: 4Gamer

Monster Hunter XX

This week, Monster Hunter XX will be featured in Famitsu magazine, with a massive 10-page article detailing new monsters (including new Deviants), hunting techniques for all 14 weapon types, the Prowler and Palicoes, and more.

Here’s the preview from Famitsu magazine:

Also, here’s pictures of Poogie publishes releasing in March in Japan:

Monster Hunter XX (3DS) comes out on March 18th in Japan.

Source: Famitsu (1 / 2)

Subara City

Today, Flyhigh Works announced that their latest Nintendo 3DS game, Subara City (showcased at the Tokyo Game Show, last year) would be released next week in Japan, on February 15th. It will cost 500 Yen on the Nintendo eShop.

Here’s some screenshots:

Subara City (3DS – eShop) comes out on February 15th in Japan, and later this year in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

Source: Famitsu


Here’s pictures of the Charizard x Ash x Pikachu figure, that will be released in June in Japan (price: 8 900 Yen + taxes):

And here’s the latest episode of the Pokémon Puppet Show:

Source: Famitsu

Denpa Ningen no RPG Free!

From February 9th to February 15th, Genius Sonority will hold a special Valentine’s Day event in Denpa Ningen no RPG Free!.

Here’s some pictures for that event:


Megami Meguri

Here’s the recording of the segment dedicated to Megami Meguri, from last week’s episode of Capcom TV:

And here’s some more screenshots:

Source: Gamer

Nintendo Classic Mini: Family Computer

Here’s the recording of the segment dedicated to the Nintendo Classic Mini: Family Computer, from the latest episode of Denjin Getcha:



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