Capcom has decided to remove fan-translations of The Great Ace Attorney from YouTube. We have no idea why they're choosing to do so now, but it seems multiple channels are being hit hard. Either this is a good sign for an impending localization, or a bad sign of Capcom's approach to fan projects in the future. Not to be pessimistic, but I'm feeling like option 2 is more likely. Thanks to CM30 for the heads up.
While we're still crossing our fingers for Monster Hunter XX Switch to launch stateside, we have some good news for those in Hong Kong. Not only is the game seeing release there, the Monster Hunter XX Switch bundle is as well! It's due out the same day it launches in Japan, Aug. 25th. Thanks to Nick for the heads up!
- players who buy select games will receive a serial code to enter on the campaign’s website
- the code nets you a point, and if you have enough, you can try your luck at a lottery in order to win some prizes
- prizes include a TV, a New Nintendo 3DS XL, some Monster Hunter Stories amiibo, and more
- games include in the campaign are:
Monster Hunter Stories Ver. 1.2 (Nintendo 3DS, out on July 27th)
Dai Gyakuten Saiban 2: Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Kakugo (Nintendo 3DS, out on August 3rd)
Dai Gyakuten Saiban 1 + 2 (Nintendo 3DS, out on August 3rd)
Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 (PlayStation 4)
Dragon’s Dogma Online Series 3 Limited Edition (PlayStation 4)
Resident Evil Revelations Umbrella Edition (PlayStation 4)
Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver. (Nintendo Switch, out on August 25th)
When we shared the Monster Hunter Stories North American box with you, we noted that the amiibo logo was in place. That not only indicated amiibo support, but it gave fans hope that Capcom's line of gorgeous Monster Hunter Stories amiibo would head stateside as well.
Now, as you can see with the EU box above, the amiibo logo isn't included on the box. Are our friends in the EU going to be left out, is this simply a mistake, or was the amiibo logo on the North American box a mistake to begin with?