Or at least, they’re six silhouettes of six characters. The actual details of who they are (and which ones are friends and which ones are enemies) will arrive on the 29th of May. In the mean time, feel free to throw wild speculation around in the comments. A bigger version of the image is after the break.
At the moment, Namco Bandai is working on two more One Piece games for the 3DS. One of those is One Piece: Romance Dawn, which was originally released for the PSP. It’s set to arrive in Japan on the 8th of August. There’s also One Piece Unlimited World: Red though, which is a new game we don’t know anything about for the moment. In either case, One Piece fans have reasons to get excited.
Okay, that headline is supposed to be ridiculous and fear-mongering in itself. In truth, Nintendo pulled a mildly-amusing prank at the zoo recently in an effort to promote Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D. You can see the results after the break.
There’s a new trailer for Project X Zone after the break, along with some demo footage.
Nintendo World Store has announced via Twitter that they’ll be hosting an Animal Crossing: New Leaf event within the store on the 8th of June. If you’re excited for the game and in the area, you might want to check it out. I’m sure more details will arrive before the day of the event though.
There are lots of screenshots from Pokémon X and Pokémon Y after the break. Enjoy!
The folks behind Pokémon Smash, a television program in Japan, have confirmed that from this point onward, weekly updates will be shared about Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. We can’t always be sure the information will be completely new, but there’ll at least be a steady stream of something. Of course, when this content is shared, it’ll be posted to this blog.