Attention all Pokemon fans! If you’re a fan of the Pokemon Eevee, then today is your lucky day. Today, the special Eevee edition Nintendo 3DS LL was officially announced…but only in Japan. Of course we Americans won’t be getting this special edition, but what else is new. Now the Eevee 3DS LL will be released across the Pokemon Centres in Japan. Now the only way to get this special 3DS LL is through the lottery, which begins today through June 3. If this is successful, then it will cost 18900 Yen and can be purchase from June 22.
Today in the latest issue of the Japanese magazine CoroCoro, it revealed 4 new Pokemon for the upcoming Pokemon X and Y. The four Pokemon that are featured in the picture scan above are Gogoat (The goat looking pokemon), Elikiteru (the lizard looking pokemon), Yayakoma (the bird pokemon), and Yancham (the panda bear looking pokemon). Also, CoroCoro showed off the new trainers that will be part of Pokemon X and Y. Plus, Pokemon X and Y will take place in a new region called Karos. For more information about the upcoming Pokemon X and Y, be sure to check back with The Tyuno Project. Read more
Today Square Enix released new screenshots for the upcoming FINAL FANTASY X-2 HD Remaster. The screenshots feature the gorgeous HD versions of the three playable characters Yuna, Rikku and Paine and the world of Spira, two years after the events of FINAL FANTASY X.
The variety of screenshots shows that each of the main character models have been reworked to offer more facial expressions in the game. The textures of the surrounding environment and backgrounds were also carefully redrawn for the FINAL FANTASY X-2 HD Remaster. Finally, the resolution of Yuna’s concert performance has been increased for the HD version.
On April 17 2013, Nintendo held another edition of their Nintendo Direct. The President of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, made some announcements about the 3DS. However, there was one announcement that gotten American fans on their feet with excitement and that was the announcement of Earthbound coming to the Wii U virtual console. Once the announcement was made, one word that can best describe the feeling was “FINALLY”! Read more