The Binding of Isaac Rebirth

Level-5 weighing options for Yo-Kai Watch 2 NA/EU release, amiibo support possible

Coming from Level-5 chief operating officer Yukari Hayakawa...

"One is called Ganzo, Honke, and Shinuchi so there's actually three titles and we are still kind of, we haven't made the decision on which one to release in the U.S., whether it's all three or just one, whether it's all physical or digital."

Mr. Hayakawa was also asked about amiibo support for the title. He didn't say anything official, but he did mention that it would be possible.

Monster Hunter X - Hunting Styles detailed, more returning monsters revealed

- four different Hunting Styles coupled with the 14 types of weapons
- Hunting Skills are “flashy” actions you can use while hunting
- these help you to get buffs, heal, and more
- two types of Hunting Skills: those that anyone can perform and those which require a specific weapon
- more returning monsters include:

Arzuros (from Monster Hunter Portable 3rd)
Volvidon (from Monster Hunter Portable 3rd)
Plesioth (from Monster Hunter)
Royal Ludroth (from Monster Hunter 3)
Uragaan (from Monster Hunter 3)

Shin Megami Tensei IV Final - partner system details

- protagonist (voiced by Hiro Shimono) is a member of the Outlaw Hunters
- he is an apprentice
- during a mission, he dies after a surprise attack by demons and then wanders in the underworld
- he comes across Daguza, the Majin (Demon God)
- he makes a pact with him, and agrees to help him with his plans
- plans consist of killing all gods, and that’s how the protagonist becomes a God Slayer
- the protagonist earns the demon summoning ability
- Daguza resides in his smartphone and keeps constant watch on him
- takes place right when the Final War between Archangel Merkhaba and the Demon King Lucifer is drawing to an end
- the Association of Gods (a group of gods) suddenly appear and start demanding that all humans relinquish their soul

Famitsu's most wanted - Oct. 8th

01. Monster Hunter X (1,436)
02. Dragon Quest XI (1,163)
03. 7th Dragon III code: VFD (477)
04. Yokai Watch 3 (321)
05. The Legend of Zelda Wii U (292)
06. Gyakuten Saiban 6 (289)
07. Project X Zone 2: Brave New World (249)
08. Dragon Quest Monsters Joker 3 (236)
09. The Legend of Zelda: The Three Triforce Musketeers (235)
10. Genei Ibunroku ♯FE (206)
11. Zelda Musou: Hyrule All-Stars (193)
12. Monster Hunter Stories (*)
13. Monster Strike (*)

* Outside of the top 30, so less than 175 votes.

Japan - 3DS theme charts: Sept. 28th to Oct. 4th

01. Splatoon: Squid Sisters theme
02. Pokémon Mega Mewtwo & BREAK Evolution Mode
03. Splatoon: Squid theme
04. ONE PIECE ‘Luffy Sabo Ace’
05. Giga P feat Kagamine Len ‘Gigantic O.T.N.’
06. Magic Knight Rayearth three theme set
07. Monster Hunter 4G 'Hunting weapon gallery’
08. Pokémon Mega Charizard Y
09. Polyphonic Branch feat Hatsune Miku ‘Two-dimensional dream fever’
10. Rerulili feat. Hatsune Miku x GUMI 'Brain fluid explosion girl’
11. Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Airou Village DX
12. Kagerou Project 'Blindfold orchestra’
13. The Battle Cats 'God and pleasant friends’
14. CHiCO with HoneyWorks 'Pride with revolution’
15. SEKAI NO OWARI 'Anti-hero’
16. Monster Hunter 4G: engraved theme
17. Magic Knight Rayearth Vol. 1
18. Junky feat. Rin 'Melancholic’
19. Pokémon Eevee Collection
20. Fire Emblem if: Invisible Kingdom
21. EasyPop feat Megurine Luka & GUMI ‘Happy synthesizer’
22. Super Mario Bros.
23. Magic Knight Rayearth Vol. 3
24. Team Pet Shop 'After school stride’
25. Pokémon Mega Rekkuza