Pokémon Shuffle Mobile is indeed headed to Android and Apple iOS devices. The popular Pokémon title is headed to the mobile space later this year and makes a ton of sense to us. The game seems to be tailor made for mobile devices and we will be eager to see how this pans out for everyone involved. Check out the first trailer Pokémon Shuffle Mobile above and let us know if you plan on downloading it.
Here is a new list that shows Japan’s most wanted games. Leading the pack are a number of great looking RPG’s followed by a barrage of Playstation titles. Check out the full list and see what Japanese gamers are clamoring for:
1. [3DS] Dragon Quest VIII – 766 votes
2. [PS4] Final Fantasy XV – 754 votes
3. [PS3] Persona 5 – 648 votes
4. [PSV] Tokyo Xanadu – 498 votes
5. [PS3] Persona 5 – 480 votes
6. [PS4] Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – 477 votes
7. [PS4] Kingdom Hearts III – 454 votes
8. [3DS] Monster Hunter X – 393 votes
9. [PSV] Kan Kolle Kai – 371 votes
10. [3DS] Super Robot Wars BX – 329 votes
11. [3DS] The Great Ace Attorney – 305 votes
12. [PS4] Street Fighter V – 277 votes
13. [PS4] Dragon Quest Heroes II – 260 votes
14. [WIU] The Legend of Zelda – 258 votes
15. [PS4] Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness – 188 votes
Another week, another update for our “mobile browser game of the week” column. These stories offer bite sized games that we have been playing around with in our mobile browser on our smart phones. The featured title this week is non other than, Plants vs. Zombies! Plants vs. Zombies is one of the best titles around and takes the tower defense style of play and injects a nice dose of humor. Pop Cap games really hit it out of the park when they released this one and now you can play the game in your mobile browser.
In case you live under a rock and have no idea what Plants vs. Zombies is, players are tasked with growing defensive plants in order to keep zombies away from your house! The undead have invaded your backyard and it’s your objective to stop them. Use your gardening skills to set up the perfect army of crops and stop those pesky Zombies. Sunlight and gold will help you beat the undead in Plants vs. Zombies. Different plants have different powers and by no time players will be planting a number of different plants in order to fend off the Zombie infestation.
It’s a novel concept and one that has not only taken the mobile gaming market by storm but has spawned numerous toys and collectables as well. I cannot visit my local video game retail store without seeing a number of Plants vs Zombies items. Who would’ve thought that these adorable characters would turn into such an phenomenon but we are pleased someone had the crazy idea planting around in their head. The appeal of the game is wide (basically everyone who try it out ends up loving it in some way) and we see this one sticking around for the long haul. We have already seen a sequel head to the mobile market and even a number of spin off games like Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare have seen the next gen treatment.
Our friends at Arcane Pixel have a game coming out and it’s called Tiny Galaxy. The game is headed to Wii U and you all can check out the launch trailer above. Tiny Galaxy features 6 unique worlds, 60 tough and challenging levels, boss fights and will be out on July 16th 2015 for $5.99.
Check it out and let us know if this catches your eye.
Here are the best selling titles in Japan for May 2015. Nintendo seemed to have a great month as they have taken the top spots on the list. Check out the rest of the list below and let us know what you guys think:
1. [3DS] Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition – 265,599 (259,460 physical, 6,139 digital)
2. [3DS] Bravely Second – 160,268 (145,736 physical, 14,532 digital)
3. [WIU] Xenoblade Chronicles X – 129,501 (106,696 physical, 22,805 digital)
4. [WIU] Dragon Quest X: Lore of the Ancient Dragon – 105,717 (105,717 physical, N/A digital)
5. [WII] Dragon Quest X: Lore of the Ancient Dragon – 91,422 (91,422 physical, N/A digital)
6. [3DS] Girls Mode 3 – 89,535 (86,838 physical, 2,697 digital)
7. [PS4] The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – 78,808 (67,458 physical, 11,350 digital)
8. [PSV] Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition – 73,831 (62,893 physical, 10,938 digital)
9. [WIU] Mario Kart 8 – 32,737 (31,184 physical, 1,553 digital)
10. [PS3] BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend – 31,546 (29,749 physical, 1,797 digital)
11. [PS4] Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory II – 30,126 (27,956 physical, 2,170 digital)
12. [3DS] Yo-Kai Watch 2: Shinuchi – 28,982 (28,064 physical, 918 digital)
13. [PS4] Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster – 27,562 (24,037 physical, 3,535 digital)
14. [PS4] Tropico 5 – 27,540 (17,340 physical, 10,200 digital)
15. [WIU] Mario Party 10 – 27,029 (26,023 physical, 1,006 digital)
16. [PS4] Dying Light – 26,886 (22,684 physical, 4,202 digital)
17. [3DS] Super Smash Bros. for 3DS – 25,295 (23,277 physical, 2,018 digital)
18. [3DS] Theatrhythm Dragon Quest – 23,025 (22,223 physical, 802 digital)
19. [3DS] Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire – 22,555 (21,550 physical, 1,005 digital)
20. [3DS] Assassination Classroom: Grand Siege on Kurosensei – 20,605 (18,997 physical, 1,608 digital)
21. [PSV] Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal – 19,660 (18,209 physical, 1,451 digital)
22. [PS3] One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 – 18,093 (17,406 physical, 687 digital)
23. [PSV] Saekano -blessing flowers- – 16,420 (15,036 physical, 1,384 digital)
24. [3DS] Animal Crossing: New Leaf – 15,665 (14,873 physical, 792 digital)
25. [PS4] BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend – 15,431 (14,082 physical, 1,349 digital)
26. [PSV] Sword Art Online: Lost Song – 15,303 (13,076 physical, 2,227 digital)
27. [PS3] Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition – 14,570 (N/A physical, 14,570 digital)
28. [PSV] Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – 14,498 (10,308 physical, 4,190 digital)
29. [PS3] Pro Yakyuu Spirits 2015 – 14,088 (13,764 physical, 324 digital)
30. [PS4] Bloodborne – 13,939 (11,588 physical, 2,351 digital)
If you are a SEGA fan in North America and own a 3DS, head to the eShop for some amazing deals. Some of Sega’s classics are currently on sale for the handheld so you better act soon.
These titles include:
Sonic the Hedgehog
Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master
Street of Rage
Echo the Dolphin
Galaxy Force II
Will you be downloading anything?
Nintendo, as per their norm, is choosing to keep quiet about their next gaming device, codenamed Nintendo NX. The company has stated that we will not hear anything about the system until 2016 and they do not want competitors to “take their ideas” on the system. Here is what Nintendo had to say regarding the system:
“We can’t talk about the NX. If we do, competitors may take our ideas and customers won’t be surprised.”
“This would not be beneficial for the company or its shareholders. The NX is new hardware, and will start from 0. However, the 3DS and Wii U have install bases. Immediately cutting off software for previous hardware upon the release of a new machine is inefficient.
“We will continue making 3DS and Wii software while preparing for the NX. We are prioritizing satisfying customers who purchased the Wii U.”
Whether this is PR jargon or Nintendo really has something special regarding their next system, we will not know until next year. All I know is that they better have something that will blow the general public away.
What do you guys think?
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European gamers you’re in luck; you can now download this adorable LittleBigPlanet theme for your PS3 or PS4 absolutely free. All you have to do is use the code: 28AA-LANC-EGRE to download this item.
We will keep you posted if a NA version arrives. Get to downloading!