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Mega Man: Fully Charged - debut trailer

Coming August 3rd to the Cartoon Network App (August 5th TV broadcast starting every Sunday at 6:30 a.m. ET/PT), Mega Man: Fully Charged stars Aki Light, a normal, upbeat, schoolboy robot with nano-core technology that allows him to transform into the mega-powered hero Mega Man! With his Mega Buster arm cannon and iconic helmet, Mega Man battles the wickedest villains Silicon City has to offer. Beloved characters, such as Mega Man’s robotic dog, Rush, will return – while new characters, like Mega Mini™ and Suna Light, will make their debut!

I mean, I already know how people are going to react to this trailer. I imagine this show is going to have a rough time winning over Mega Man fans. I'm definitely down to give it a shot, but I wouldn't say I'm super excited about it.

Splatoon 2 - Official 1-year anniversary art

How in the world has it been a full year since Splatoon 2 came out?! I can't believe how quickly time goes. I know I've had plenty of fun with Splatoon 2, and I still do! Great to see some fancy new art to celebrate the anniversary.

Sleep Tight gameplay footage with lead dev Maxx Burman

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This unique twin-stick shooter, base-builder hybrid comes wrapped in blankets of nostalgia! Construct your strongest pillow fort during the day and defend your bedroom from endless hordes of monsters each night.

EVO 2018 - Registration numbers per game revealed

Want to know how many people are dropping by EVO 2018 to play some Smash Bros.? One of the event organizers has shared the breakdown of each game and how many registrants there are. Check out the full list below.

Dragon Ball FighterZ – 2,530
Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition – 2,421
Tekken 7 – 1,504
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U – 1,303
Super Smash Bros. Melee – 1,302
BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle – 1,148
Guilty Gear Xrd: Rev 2 – 621
Injustice 2 – 356

Digimon Survive - Japanese website open, live-stream event announced

Check out the website here


◆ Your Choices Determine the Monsters’ Evolutions

A survival simulation RPG where boys and girls who get lost in another world must fight alongside monsters to survive extreme conditions and return to their own world.

The choices you make on this dangerous adventure determine the evolutions of the monsters you train and change the story.

Despite being 2D, graphics have enhanced spatial presentation, depicting a fantasy-like world, and producing a dramatic story and battles.

◆ Staff

Character Designer: Uiti Ukumo
Composer: Tomoki Miyoshi

■ Special

Digimon Thanksgiving 2018 Special Meeting and Latest Game Report

A live stream event that will be held on July 29, including the introduction of a new Digimon game project (Editor’s Note: Digimon Survive) and new Digimon-related updates.

Closed Nightmare - The first 20 mins

The protagonist wakes up in a dim and dreary room, and has lost all memories about herself. Her left arm is mysteriously paralyzed, as she is unable to move it. There is a cellphone left in the room and it rings. On the other line is a child’s voice who calls herself Chizuru. “You are Maria Kamishiro. You are a participant in this experiment. I will tell you your role.”

Hackers release Octopath Traveler save editor

Octopath Traveler hasn't been around long at all, but hackers have already cooked up one tool for the game. The software allows you to edit your save data for the game, and it has all sorts of options. You can change character jobs, items, how much money you carry, and much more.

Slowpoke Day getting an official merch line

This August, Kagawa prefecture is celebrating Slowpoke Day. This is something we've already detailed, but it turns out Pokemon Co. has more in store for the day than originally mentioned. Today the Pokemon Co. revealed that official Slowpoke Day merch will be on-sale at the Pokemon Center Branch Office in Kagawa. The lineup of products includes...

- Hand Towel: 500 yen
- Die Cut Hand Towel: 500 yen
- T-shirt (S/M/L): 3000 yen each
- T-shirt Black Version (S/M/L): 3000 yen each

Octopath Traveler's dev team sees their wish come true

July 7th in Japan is Tanabata (Star Festival), a celebration where people write their wishes on Tanzaku and hang them on bamboo. Acquire Studios, Square Enix’s development partner for Octopath Traveler, took part in the Tanabata festivities this year, and it seems most of the staff have had their wish come true.

Takuma Endo, President of Acquire Studios, wrote a message that said, “I hope Octopath Traveler will sell many copies.” Many other Acquire devs had similar messages that they shared on their Tanzaku. Whether you believe in something like this or not, it's still great to see the wishes of so many employees come true.