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Bandai Figuarts ZERO Mega Man Revealed

- 12cm
- no articulation

Pokemon - Another chance to receive the Mew distribution

The Mythical Pokémon Mew was first available at GameStop stores in February. If you weren't able to make it to GameStop in time, you'll have another chance to receive Mew when the Pokémon Trainer Club newsletter arrives in your inbox in June. It's the same Pokémon that was given out at GameStop, so if you received that one, you won't be able to get another one.

If you're not already receiving the Pokémon Trainer Club newsletter, be sure to sign up for it by June 1, 2016, to receive the next newsletter containing a code for Mew. Be sure to enter the code into your Pokémon Omega Ruby, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon X, or Pokémon Y game by August 31, 2016.

The Pokémon Trainer Club newsletter is full of Pokémon news, promotions, and information to keep you up-to-date in the world of Pokémon. Plus, the newsletter is free—just create a Pokémon Trainer Club account and opt in to receiving it.

Don't miss this second chance to get the Mythical Pokémon Mew. And be sure to visit Pokemon.com/20 for more details on the Pokémon 20th celebration.

Japan - 3DS theme charts: May 16th to 22nd, 2016

01. Splatoon Squid Sisters
02. Kirby Planet Robobot
03. Splatoon
04. Pokémon Ash-Greninja
05. Pokémon Red & Green
06. Osomatsu’s Everyone at Shea!!
07. Kurousa-P feat. Hatsune Miku ‘Senbonzakura’
08. Hitoshizuku-P × Yama△ ‘Bad∞End∞Night’
09. Pokémon: Mega Mewtwo & BREAK Evolution
10. Monster Hunter X
11. Assassination Classroom: New Theme of Time ③
12. CHiCO with HoneyWorks ‘Koiro ni Sake’
13. Osomatsu’s All Set
14. Chima Musubi
15. Osomatsu’s Name Scene Collection
16. Assassination Classroom: New Theme of Time
17. Dragon Ball Super: Goku and Vegeta
18. Pokémon: Mega Charizard Y
19. Soraru × Mafumafu ‘Sekai-sick ni Shounen Shoujo’
20. Asa feat. Kasane Teto ‘Yoshiwara Lament’
21. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD
22. Mikito-P feat. GUMI & Kagamine Rin ‘Ii Aru Fanclub’
23. The Little Mermaid
24. Assassination Classroom: Theme of Time 4
25. Minna de Mamotte Knight: Koko Mahi

North America - Top 5 gaming ads from April 16th to May 15th, 2016


Nintendo

- 4th place overall
- 14.83% of the industry’s digital activity
- focused on StarFox Zero advertising
- ran ads during The Simpsons, Family Guy and American Dad
- over 90 million impressions
- over 2 million online views
- 1.9 million came off the strength of the “Foxy Fox" spot

Zoda's Revenge: Star Tropics II will also be available on Wii U VC tomorrow



Zoda's Revenge: Star Tropics II
Price: $4.99
System: Wii U
Release Date: May 26, 2016
No. of Players: 1 player
Category: Adventure, Role-Playing
Publisher: Nintendo

Intrepid adventurer Mike Jones, just back from the South Pacific, is off on a new journey through time and space. Mike's mission is to save seven mystic Tetrads, while facing the avengers of his foiled foe, the evil Zoda. Decipher codes, solve mysteries, and battle dragons with heroes of days gone by. Mike won't stop until the Zoda's are history!

StarTropics coming to the North American Wii U Virtual Console tomorrow


StarTropics
Price: $4.99
System: Wii U
Release Date: May 26, 2016
No. of Players: 1 player
Category: Adventure, Role-Playing
Publisher: Nintendo

Step into the shoes of Mike Jones, a teenage star pitcher from Seattle, who has come to the tropics to visit his famous archeologist uncle, Dr. Jones. After being told that his uncle has been abducted, Mike begins a perilous quest in order to rescue him and figure out the mysterious plot behind his disappearance. Luckily for Mike, he meets helpful villagers and finds more powerful weapons as he explores numerous locations and island hops using his uncle’s submarine.

Star Fox Guard - version 20160525 available now

Rank-Calculation Values Adjusted
- Rank-calculation values for all maps and all squad sizes have been adjusted.

Abilities of Robots Deployed in Squads Adjusted.
- The abilities of the following robots have been adjusted. Please note that these changes only apply to robots deployed in player-created squads. Robots appearing in the main missions and extra missions are not affected.

Spec Upgrades:
- Snailblazer: Strength has been increased from 2 to 3.
- Drill Hi-Ho: Speed has been increased by approx. 35%.
- K.O.F. Unit: Speed has been increased by approx. 60%.
- B.O.O. Unit: Chaos Points cost decreased from 10 to 9.

Spec Downgrades:
- Jumprella: Combat Points cost increased from 2 to 3.
- P.O.P. Unit: Speed of yellow form decreased by approx. 10%. Speed of red form decreased by approx. 20%.

Squad Lifespan Extended.
- Previously, squads not accessed for 30 days were deleted from the server. This period has been extended to 60 days. This timer can be reset for a squad by updating that squad or accessing its records.

Replay-Data Lifespan Extended.
- Previously, replay data not accessed for 20 days was deleted from the server. This period has been extended to 40 days. Please note that it is not currently possible to reset this timer.

SurveyMonkey feature - The Rise and Fall of Nintendo’s Miitomo: Why Downloads Don’t Matter

''In Miitomo’s case, this lower-than-peers engagement translates into higher churn. The game’s weekly churn more than 50% means that over half of the users of Miitomo on a given week won’t come back and play it again the following week. For some apps that don’t need frequent use this isnt a problem, but for games like Miitomo that are designed for frequent use, churn at this level foreshadows a quick decline.

Low engagement and high churn cause a steady decline in active users for Miitomo. When comparing to the other games it’s not necessarily the lower peak weekly-active users (WAU) that’s of concern, but the fact that Miitomo drops off much more rapidly. Clash Royale’s lowest value is just 22% from its peak, Candy Crush Jelly’s is 32% from its peak, but Miitomo WAU is 74% lower than its peak value in a much shorter timespan.''

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