- boxes will be 17000 Yen with tax for Blu-Ray) and 13000 Yen plus tax for DVD
- 13 episodes (the first cour), which implies that the full series will have 26 episodes in total
- first volume getting limited edition
- 3 discs with the first 13 episodes of the anime series, soundtrack album (music composed by Kaoru Wada), Special case, Booklet and Creditless Opening and Ending
- bonuses at certain retailers, such as acrylic mascot figures, towels, and more
Weekend, boys and girls! Well...Friday, and then the weekend! One more day of work/school isn't so bad when you have the weekend knocking at your door. Hopefully the day ahead doesn't bring any struggles for you and you can just glide right into some rest and relaxation. I know we all could use it! See you in a few, short hours.
My parents have been playing some off-beat and unusual games lately. I thought it was time to take them back to something more traditional. They've played a few platformers in the past, but none of them staring Wario. Watch as my Mom/Dad become acquainted with the rotten one, and we slowly come to the realization that my Dad and Wario share a lot in common. You also get to enjoy bonus creepy comments from my Dad about Captain Syrup!!
Not a confirmation until we hear from Inafune or Deep Silver, but this wouldn't be the first time we learned of a Mighty No. 9 delay through a retailer. To be honest, I wouldn't be surprised to see the game delayed again. You know things are bad when the title keeps getting delayed by seasons, instead of months. I promise I'll give the game a fair shake when it finally does come out, but I imagine a lot of people are so disenchanted by now that they don't even care to play the game.
OK I'm starting to think this is going to end very badly for Sega pic.twitter.com/3Y5ay0x5cR— Michael McWhertor (@MikeMcWhertor) April 28, 2016
Oh boy, here we go. Now there are going to be some big issues for Steam, SEGA or both. In the world of Steam, SEGA just opened up Workshop support for their SEGA Genesis library. Now one fan has taken that access and used it to upload an unlicensed port of Super Mario World on the Genesis. It's not really Super Mario World...it's actually more like Super Mario Bros., but still with some of its own twists. None of that matters though, because Nintendo is sure to be unhappy about it in general.
Some of our future games we plan to pricing $4.99, how many players want it to be $5.09 because of Nintendo coins?— CIRCLE Ent. (@CIRCLE_Ent) April 29, 2016
As you can see, this is part of a poll. If you have a strong feeling one way or another, make sure you cast your vote! Thanks to VGAMER for the heads up.