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Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy – Ver. 1.2 now available

Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy has been updated to Version 1.2. There's no official patch notes for the 3DS version, but the iOS version did offer up some tidbits for its latest update. I'm not sure whether they pertain or not, but I'll include them below.

- new outfit
- corrected minor issues
- option to redeem campaign promo codes via Promo Prizes has been removed from the Bonuses menu section due to the Real World Puzzle Solving Campaign ending

Another round of Yo-Kai Watch toys hit Happy Meals in Japan - promo videos





Yo-Kai Watch has cooled off considerably in Japan, but with a new game coming out, it seems McDonald's is keen to try and capitalize on brand recognition. It'll be interesting to see if the latest game helps bring back any of the franchise's former spark.

Next issue of Famitsu teases a new Yo-Kai Watch game

Looks like Level-5 might have another push for Yo-Kai Watch on the way. The next issue of Famitsu teases something in the way of a new Yo-Kai Watch game, but no other details are given. This refers to the issue of Famitsu due out next week, not the one hitting Japan tomorrow. We have a whole week to dig up some info and see what's going on!

Yo-Kai Watch Busters 2 sees slight delay in Japan, two commercials and a promo video shared



Level-5 has announced that Yo-Kai Watch Busters 2 has been pushed back from its Dec. 7th, 2017 release. Thankfully the title is still coming to Japan this year, as the new date is Dec. 16th, 2017. No reason for the delay was given.

Level-5 CEO talks Inazuma Eleven Ares - gameplay, why the game's coming to Switch and skipping 3DS, and more

The latest issue of Famitsu features an interview with Level-5's Akihiro Hino, and he's ready to talk about some more Inazuma Eleven Ares info. We've broken down the tidbits below.

- the team wanted as many people as possible to play Inazuma Eleven Ares, which is why it's coming to Switch
- the 3DS is not powerful enough to run the game, which is why there's no 3DS version
- there will be differences when it comes to game design between the console and mobile versions
- one of the goals for the development was to make players really feel that they’re playing a football game
- Inazuma Eleven Ares was designed to also appeal to older fans, instead of children
- there's no solid release date for the game, but the anime series will come first
- the anime hits Japan Spring 2018, and the game is due out sometime Summer 2018
- you will be able to scout players from teams you’ve defeated
- there will also be a gameplay system that’s not been found in any other Inazuma Eleven game
- everything in Inazuma Eleven Ares will be brand new (character models, music, and more)
- the game is also said to have a significant amount of content
- Hino believes Inazuma Eleven Ares could reach the same level of popularity as Yo-kai Watch