There is this running joke about how you identify if a product was made by Nintendo – you can’t find enough of them in stores. Well, it seems like the shortage joke is hitting one of the Switch’s most anticipated games this year, Octopath Traveler. The game, although developed by Square Enix, is published by Nintendo internationally and Nintendo hasn’t prepared enough physical copies of the game it seems.
If you’re headed for Comic-Con later this week and also a huge Sonic fan, you might want to stop by and take a look at Sega’s “Sonic the Hedgehog Way Pass Cool” panel, which will be held on 19 July 2018, 14:00hrs PT, as Sega promises a little surprise announcement at the panel.
Earlier this week, Colopl announced a new Shironeko Project (White Cat Project) for Nintendo Switch, scheduled to launch in 2020.
U-Treasure has revealed a brand new Poke Ball Jewellery case for you to propose to the Pokemon trainer of your dreams.
Amazon Japan has started offering international pre-orders for Sumikko Gurashi: Atsumare! Sumikko Town.
Amazon Japan has just released the pictures for their exclusive pre-order bonus for Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2.
Pokemon Hub, a store that sells Pokemon Center plushies from Japan, has opened a brand new pop up store at Hong Kong International Airport.