On Capcom Unity, several new costumes have been revealed for Street Fighter V. If you’re into the schoolgirl/boy look these will be right up your alley.
Capcom is at it again with secret announcements. The company is planning on launching a “major title” before March 31, 2018, which was announced during its strategies and plans overview for the end of the fiscal year. Hit the jump for more details.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin adopted an ordinance in January that requires virtual, and location-based augmented reality game makers to obtain a permit for their games to operate in Milwaukee County Parks. This was primarily in response to the major popularity of Pokémon Go, but another AR developer, Candy Labs is taking offense to Milwaukee’s permit requirement. Read more after the jump.
Universal Studios Japan’s new Shonen Jump attraction will have a 4-D theater Dragon Ball Z attraction when it launches this summer. Dragon Ball Z: The Real 4-D will feature a brand-new story, though details are sparse as of now. Read more after the jump.
"WipEout Omega Collection" is coming to PlayStation 4 and will collect all three WipEout titles from the seventh-generation of gaming. "WipEout HD", "Fury", and "2048" will be updated with HD visuals for their rerelease. Read more after the jump.
If you’re strolling through Sakura-zaka in Roppongi admiring the Cherry Blossom trees, you may start to get hungry. If so, BLT Japan has an excellent selection of dishes that use sakura as an ingredient for the BLT Steak Sakura Matsuri event. Read more after the jump.
If you happen to get a chance to stop by a Ministop in Japan between April 3 to April 23 you can pick up a selection of Easter-themed Sanrio merchandise. If you collect enough of these items, you can even receive bonus goods and other prizes. Read more after the jump.
For April Fool’s Day Square Enix posted a hilarious spoof DLC announcement starring the Crow’s Nest mascot, Kenny the Crow. The joke DLC announcement said Episode Kenny would follow the mascot in his adventure to gather the Royal Salmon (a take on Royal Arms) and become the once and future mascot. Read more after the jump.
Japan is facing a major problem with lack of lodging for foreign travelers. With a rising influx of tourists and foreign business travelers, hotels and inns are frequently oversold in Japan, and the problem is only getting worse. Japan’s cabinet has endorsed a bill that would help relieve the issue but may lead to other issues. Read more after the jump.
Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom is the upcoming sequel to Level-5’s excellent predecessor Ni no Kuni. Previously it was announced for the PlayStation 4, but it will now be touching down on PC as well. Hit the jump for more!
IDW Publishing, which typically publishes a plethora of Western-based stories, is going to be publishing a new Yo-kai Watch comic series. Hit the jump for a sneak peek at the cover!
HORI is producing Nintendo Switch-branded microSD cards as an official accessory for the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, even though these microSD cards are cool, they’ll cost more than your standard microSD card for no apparent reason.
The TBS weekly drama Nigeru wa Haji da ga Yaku ni Tatsu (NigeHaji) is hugely popular in Japan, and its theme song “Koi” is a big hit. The dance that accompanies the theme song, the “Koi Dance” (“ Love Dance”) is performed at the end of each episode and has had famous celebrities like Hello Kitty, the U.S. Ambassador to Japan, and figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu do their own versions.