Have you ever woken up and wondered out loud "Gee, I sure wish I lived in a video game store?". Well, now you can wonder no more because game store items will start appearing soon in Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer in Japan. It includes an amiibo case, Wii U and 3DS game racks, the consoles themselves, and more! These will all be arriving in Japan next month, with releases overseas yet to be announced.
The following information comes from Ikue Otani, the voice actor for Pikachu from the anime series.
Pikachu’s Pika-Pika Lines Are Actually Written
“The role is scripted, but the mouth movements may be a little different from what’s written in the script. So for example, if Pikachu wants to say something like ‘Yatte yaroze’ (‘Let’s do it!’), I would say ‘Pika-pika-chu!’”
A special launch event for Monster Hunter X will air on YouTube, NicoNico and Twitch. You'll be able to catch it at the following times.
- Japan: 6AM (November 28th)
- Europe: 10PM (November 27th)
- UK: 7PM (November 27th)
- North America (ET): 4PM (November 27th)
- North America (PT): 1PM (November 27th)
You can also check out more footage of Monster Hunter X from the latest episode of Capcom TV.
The package will include the following games:
- 3D Sonic The Hedgehog
- 3D Galaxy Force II
- 3D Thunderblade
- 3D Altered Beast
- 3D Fantasy Zone II W
- 3D Power Drift
- 3D Puyo Puyo 2
- Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa (SEGA Master System)
- Maze Walker (SEGA Master System)
If you have save data file for the first SEGA 3D Classics Archives compilation, you'll be able to unlock the SEGA Master System version of the first Fantasy Zone. This version of the game will include the following options:
- switcheable FM Unit / PSG
- stereoscopic 3D
- a radar
Fantasy Zone II: The Tears of Opa-Opa (SEGA Master System) will be available to all players who buy the SEGA 3D Classics Archives 2 collection. Save data for the first collection will not be needed to unlock it.