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Nintendo Badge Arcade (NA) - updates for March 27

– 3 Animal Crossing panels
– 4 Mario spring panels
– 1 Nikki spring panel
– 14 Pokemon panels
– 8 Splatoon panels
– Thank you badge offer until April 6
– Spring Super Mario Bros. theme offer until March 30

Attack on Titan: Shichi Kara no Dasshutsu - two more gameplay clips



Monster Hunter Generations getting a maintenance tonight/tomorrow

Services impacted
Nintendo 3DS: Monster Hunter Generations (all online services)

Times
Europe: March 28th (5AM to 7.30AM)
UK: March 28th (4AM to 6.30AM)
North America (EST): March 27th (11PM) to March 28th (1.30AM)
North America (PST): March 27th (8PM to 10.30PM)
Japan: March 28th (12PM to 2.30PM)

Famitsu's Most Wanted - top 30 for March 9-15, 2017

1. [PS4] Dragon Quest XI – 1,140 votes
2. [PS4] Final Fantasy VII Remake – 1,020 votes
3. [3DS] Dragon Quest XI – 729 votes
4. [PS4] Kingdom Hearts III – 530 votes
5. [NSW] Splatoon 2 – 485 votes
6. [3DS] Fire Emblem Echoes – 384 votes
7. [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 371 votes
8. [PS4] Musou Stars – 364 votes
9. [NSW] Super Mario Odyssey – 342 votes
10. [3DS] The Alliance Alive – 334 votes
11. [PS4] Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age – 331 votes
12. [PS4] Tekken 7 – 258 votes
13. [3DS] The Snack World – 249 votes
14. [PS4] Blue Reflection – 246 votes
15. [PS4] New Hot Shots Golf – 242 votes
16. [3DS] Lady Layton – 228 votes
17. [NSW] Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – 222 votes
18. [PS4] The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III – 218 votes
19. [3DS] Pikmin – 207 votes
20. [PS4] Gran Turismo Sport – 204 votes
21. [PS4] Ys VIII – 198 votes
22. [PS4] Ace Combat 7 – 179 votes
23. [NSW] Dragon Quest XI – 175 votes
24. [PS4] Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories – 159 votes
25. [PSV] Dungeon Travelers 2-2 – 152 votes
26. [NSW] Fire Emblem Warriors – 150 votes
27. [PSV] Musou Stars – 127 votes
28. [3DS] The Great Ace Attorney 2 – 125 votes
29. [NSW] Arms – 109 votes
30. [PSV] Death Mark – 104 votes

Dragon Quest XI - new screens and art, more details


The following information was translated by Perfectly Nintendo...

- two new characters introduced:
Martina (a noble female warrior)
Rou (a mysterious old man with a rather impressive mustache)
- differences of the battle systems:
PlayStation 4 / Nintendo Switch: thanks to ''Free Move Battle'', characters can move freely during battle, which can be used to attak them from the back. There’s also an ''Automatic Camera Battle'' option
Nintendo 3DS: the game lets you chose between 3D Mode and 2D Mode for battle (just like you can chose between those two modes in the world, and with both running simultaneously at the beginning of the game). In 3D mode, you get to see your characters on the screen. In 2D mode, you only see the sprite of enemies, with a text box just below the battle screen
- on Nintendo 3DS, battles start when enemies touch you in the world in 3D mode
- if they spot you, they will move towards you, but you can get a pre-emptive strike to get the upper hand
- in 2D mode, you will have to deal with random encounters, just like in a classic Dragon Quest game
- scan and screenshots show a couple of attacks/skills:
Hayabusa Slash
Zaraki
Begirama
Tiger Claws
- two new monsters:
Mandra
Ocovolt