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Today Media Create released its weekly charts giving us a look at the performance of the Japanese market in the week between March 5th and March 11th. Below you can check out the top-twenty software chart: Hokuto Ga Gotoku – PS4 – 123,116/New Monster Hunter World – PS4 – 25,382/1,954,272 Splatoon 2 – Switch –22,162/2,106,486 Mario Kart
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During today’s Nintendo Direct the next entry in the WarioWare series was revealed to be coming to 3DS later this year. This newest entry is called WarioWare Gold and will be a compilation of some of the franchise’s most notable mini-games. From the original WarioWare Inc. to some of the more unique entries like WarioWare: Twisted! and WarioWare: Touched, the number of mini-games
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Today is Wednesday, which means that Media Create released a new set of software and hardware sales for the week between February 26th and March 4th. Below you can read the software chart. As usual, the second number represents lifetime sales. Monster Hunter World – PS4 – 38,617/1,928,890 Dragon Quest Builders – Switch – 28,430/New Splatoon 2
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Good news, everyone! Mario can stop on his sabbatical “odyssey” and is back at work. After a quick stint of unemployment, video gaming’s most iconic character is back to work at what he does best: plumbing. News comes by way of Nintendo Japan themselves, who updated Mario’s official profile on their website. Eagle-eyed Redditor /u/TheCrystalCave discovered that the
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Today is Wednesday, so we get the usual Media Create charts painting the picture of the Japanese market between February 19th and February 25th. You can check out the software top-twenty chart below. The second number for each game indicates lifetime sales at retail. Monster Hunter World – PS4 – 53,982/1,890,273 Girls UND Panzer: Dream Tank
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Detective Pikachu got a new trailer ahead of its Western launch next month featuring the still off-putting yellow investigator and a slew of problem-ridden Pokémon. You can check out the full trailer below. It’s these Pokémon whose behavior Pikachu is trying to understand and, according to the trailer, it seems like Mewtwo has something to
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Today the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences hosted the ceremony for the 21st D.I.C.E. Awards.  The nominees for the Game of the Year award were Cuphead, Horizon Zero Dawn, Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, Super Mario Odyssey, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. In the end, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild brought home the prize.
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Today is Wednesday, so we get the usual Media Create charts painting the scenario for the Japanese market between February 12th and February 18th. Below you can check out the full software chart: Monster Hunter World – PS4 – 85, 322/1,836,291 Secret of Mana – PS4 – 36,042/New Splatoon 2 – Switch – 21,815/2,042,844 IDOLiSH 7 Twelve
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Today is Wednesday, and as usual, Media Create released its weekly top-twenty ranking for software sales in Japan, accompanied by the hardware chart. Below you can see the software chart for the week between February 5th and February 11th, with lifetime sales for each game. Monster Hunter World – PS4 – 159,613/1,750,969 Dynasty Warriors 9
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Today Bandai Namco announced a new mid-term business plan titled: “CHANGE for the NEXT: Empower, Gain Momentum, and Accelerate Evolution“. The plan involves rather extensive changes to the company’s business organization and goals, to be executed over the next three years. The goal is to strengthen the previous “IP Axis” strategy to maximize the value
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Today is Wednesday, and Media Create released its scheduled top-20 ranking for the Japanese market, painting the picture for us related to the week between January 29th and February 4th. Below you can read the full software chart: Monster Hunter World – PS4 – 346, 187/1,591,356 Dragon Ball FighterZ – PS4 – 68,731/New Splatoon 2 – Switch
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Last year, I reviewed Pokémon Silver when it was re-released on 3DS. While I did feel that the game has dated in some areas, I also believed that the Generation II games were when the Pokémon series cemented itself as a mechanically solid series that was here to stay. That being said, Pokémon Crystal was surprisingly absent from the initial
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