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In a meeting with investors today, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata announced that the company will forego the usual long, bombastic press conference during this year’s E3 in favor of doing a number of smaller, “more directed” events during the show.
The NPD Group has released their monthly sales listings for March, and despite strong performances from big triple-A titles like BioShock Infinite and Tomb Raider, overall industry revenue has continued to decline as the current generation of consoles winds down.
Nintendo dropped another Zelda related “megaton” this morning by announcing a brand new portable Zelda for the 3DS. The game is set in the same branch of the series timeline as A Link to the Past, and features a similar, top-down 2D overhead perspective.
Today’s Nintendo Direct livestream was a big one: in addition to announcing a handful of new games, Nintendo finally gave us some concrete release dates for some of the 3DS’s and Wii U’s biggest titles.
Nintendo just wrapped up their latest Nintendo Direct live-stream, offering a fresh look at some previously-announced titles, as well as a few brand new announcements. The focus of the webcast this time around centered on the 3DS, so any of the games mentioned are either 3DS …
Giant media conglomerate Index Holdings announced that they have posted a $27 million dollar loss for the 2012 fiscal year. Index Holdings is the owner of a number of smaller Japanese companies, including Atlus, the creators of the Shin Megami Tensei series and Etrian Odyssey.
Level 5, the creators of the popular Professor Layton series and Ni No Kuni, are currently putting the finishing touches on their next game, Guild02. If some cryptic tweets from the company’s official tweets are to be believed, then it seems like Guild 02 may be …
Fans of Japanese RPG’s are advised to start saving up their money ASAP, as today Namco Bandai announced that both Tales of Xillia and Project X Zone are getting fancy (and expensive!) collector’s editions.
As promised, the Pokemon Company gave fans another look at the upcoming Pokemon X and Y this weekend by revealing a brand new Pokemon that has a strong resemblance to one of the original generation’s most famous legendaries.