@Spenok: Asia with English subtitles, that for me is equivalent.
@Scatpants: her reactions and behaviors look very natural, so I find it enjoyable.
Actually, I'll be there, can't wait :D
I'd say the same if the Asian version of Summer Lesson wasn't coming earlier :D
Probably the best genre to play on VR.
As long as it makes them money, pretty much.
Yep, my mistake. It's fixed now. And yes, it appears just to be New 3DS. The press release mentions only New 3DS and New 3DS XL.
That just means that it's bigger than any one trailer from E3 or Gamescom, I doubt this will get as much attention as the WHOLE E3. Maybe Gamescom.
well... I wouldn't go THAT far.
Same here >_>
It most probably depends on the location.
And I'm playing it right now. Boy it's good (the first six chapters. I can't talk about the rest of the game, yet :P)
or "Kid" :D
All purchases in Japan are subject to consumption tax.
I think Nagoshi is a bit tired of Yakuza by now. He probably wants to move to something else himself, maybe leave the Yakuza series to Yokoyama.
They tried with the Wii U remember? it flopped terribly.
Next on Scorpio.
eh, I like the music, so I'll take it :D
Minecraft is actually very popular in Japan. For reasons that remain a mystery to me. It sold quite well even on Wii U despite launching when the console was basically already dead. It's on 250,00 copies on it and keeps on trucking. Over a million on Vita.
Only it's not. This isn't published as a rumor. There is no "according to people close to Nintendo." What this is is a simple speculation piece based on what the sweet spot price should be for the Switch to be successful according to the writer. In fact the article says that this is the price investors interested in Nintendo stocks should be looking for.
This is what happens when people who don't read Japanese use google translator for news.
@The 10th Rider: I think it's rated T, but I think it'll remain a dream. Can still hope, tho.
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