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Media Create Sales: Week 11, 2015 (Mar 09 - Mar 15)

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LOL no one is fooled by the abomination in sheep's clothing, Nintendo! Give us a "Mario Party All Stars" with enhanced remakes of all the good ones (i.e., pre-GCN), then we can talk business!
 
lol if you have seen the amount of content the game has along with recorded voice lines by pretty famous folks in Japan yeah doubt its "cheap".

I remember for the first (mainline?) PS3 one (I think it was in reference to Yakuza 3 actually and not Kenzan, but could easily be wrong) they noted it was a break even title and they hoped to be notably more profitable with the next ones by reusing technology/assets, so that gives us something of a sense of what it cost.
 

Eolz

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Assuming the NX is a console, do you guys think it would launch next year?

Iwata repeated once again in that Time interview he won't give any more details about it until next year. From this, we can expect either:

- reveal and release close to each other, like E3 and fall 2016.
- slow hints and reveal (like the Wii for example) showing a bit here and there, and a release later. If it's a console, it would then be released in fall 2017.

Personally, I think it's an handheld, so sometimes in 2017 if it's a console for me. Hard to say.
 

Pezus

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It'd be close to the historical levels of when a DQ was released, if you assume that there's no overlap between PS3 and PS4 userbase. Not sure of 4m for PS4 by this time next year but it wouldn't be substantially far from it, I'd think.

I'm thinking end of 2016. o_O
 

Eolz

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Those Mario Party 10 numbers are atrocious. It's the worst debut in series history. I hope this sends Nintendo a clear message.

The WiiU sent Nintendo a clear message. I don't think we should play the userbase size difference game.
 

Oregano

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Releasing another console before a handheld would certainly be an unusual move.

Well personally I feel that Nintendo(and the JP market) in general is moving downstream now. What were once console products have been supplanted with portables ones(Monster Hunter, 3D Zelda, 3D Mario, Smash) and what was once portable products are being supplanted with mobile ones. I feel Nintendo is done with AAA console gaming.

I'm actually thinking that NX might be more aligned with modern smart device design. A slate design/gaming tablet for the portable and a set top box design for the console(possibly still with touch screen controller).

Someone compared Nintendo's approach to Amazon and I think it kind of fits. I don't think NX will be based on Android like Kindle but I think a similar philosophy including hosting mobile games on their own eShop.

Then again I could be totally wrong and it's the handheld they ditch. On an unrelated note, they should keep the name as NX because it works the same way DS did.
 

allan-bh

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It's curious that Nintendo managed to improve Wii U sales on USA (and Europe I suppose), but completely failed on Japan.

Contrary to the rest of the world, 2013 was the peak year for Japan and sales are pretty bad right now.
 

sörine

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I remember for the first (mainline?) PS3 one (I think it was in reference to Yakuza 3 actually and not Kenzan, but could easily be wrong) they noted it was a break even title and they hoped to be notably more profitable with the next ones by reusing technology/assets, so that gives us something of a sense of what it cost.
I think it was 3+Kenzan combined were break even overall by sharing technology and being co-developed.
 

Otakumegane

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Considering the suddenness of the New 3DS and the months until launch coupled with the fact that 3DS was 1 year from announcement to launch I predict that it'll be officially unveiled around early next year, maybe seeing the actual thing at E3 and then launch in the States that fall.
 
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Considering how Nintendo basically killed off the series during the Wii gen, I'm not surprised.

I have no idea why they stopped churning the titles out - they were cash cows.
Because Mario Party 8 sold as much as all Mario Party's on GCN combined? :p

Not to forget that Mario Party DS is the most succesful entry.


Code:
NDS	Mario Party DS					9.310.000		Dec 2013
Wii	Mario Party 8					8.850.000		Dec 2013
Wii	Mario Party 9					3.110.000		Dec 2013
N64	Mario Party					2.700.000		Dec 2006
N64	Mario Party 2					2.480.000		Dec 2006
GCN	Mario Party 4					2.460.000		Dec 2006
GCN	Mario Party 5					2.150.000		Dec 2006
GCN	Mario Party 7					2.040.000		Dec 2006
N64	Mario Party 3					1.910.000		Dec 2006
GCN	Mario Party 6					1.630.000		Dec 2006
3DS	Mario Party: Island Tour			1.140.000		Mar 2014
 

Chris1964

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new releases {2015.03.26}

[3DS] Theatrhythm Dragon Quest <ACT> (Square Enix) (¥6.264)
[3DS] Kuroko's Basketball: Ties to Future <SLG> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥6.145)
[3DS] Nashi-jiru Busha!! Funassyi Vs. Dragons <PZL> (Rocket Company) (¥5.184)

[PSV] Sword Art Online: Lost Song # <RPG> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥6.664)
[PSV] Sword Art Online: Lost Song (First Press Limited Edition) <RPG> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥10.778)
[PSV] One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 <ACT> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥7.344)
[PSV] Senran Kagura Estival Versus # <ACT> (Marvelous) (¥7.538)
[PSV] Senran Kagura Estival Versus (Niu Niu DX Pack) <ACT> (Marvelous) (¥11.675)
[PSV] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess # <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥6.264)
[PSV] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess (Premium Box) <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥9.504)
[PSV] Pro Baseball Spirits 2015 <SPT> (Konami) (¥7.538)
[PSV] Daisenryaku: Dai Toua Kouboushi 3 - Dainijisekaitaisen Boppatsu! Suujiku Sentai Rengougun Zensekaisen # <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥7.020)
[PSV] Daisenryaku: Dai Toua Kouboushi 3 - Dainijisekaitaisen Boppatsu! Suujiku Sentai Rengougun Zensekaisen (Deluxe Limited Edition) <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥9.180)
[PSV] Justy x Nasty: Maou Hajime Mashita # <ADV> (GN Software) (¥7.344)
[PSV] Justy x Nasty: Maou Hajime Mashita (Limited Edition) <ADV> (GN Software) (¥9.504)
[PSV] Shinsouban Okashi na Shima no Peter Pan: Sweet Never Land # <ADV> (QuinRose) (¥6.804)
[PSV] Shinsouban Okashi na Shima no Peter Pan: Sweet Never Land (Deluxe Edition) <ADV> (QuinRose) (¥9.504)
[PSV] Friend to Lover # <ADV> (Kaga Create) (¥7.344)
[PSV] Friend to Lover (First Press Limited Edition) <ADV> (Kaga Create) (¥9.504)
[PSV] Ken ga Kimi for V # <ADV> (Rejet) (¥6.264)
[PSV] Ken ga Kimi for V (Limited Edition) <ADV> (Rejet) (¥8.424)
[PSV] Koshoku Meikyuu Rondo: La Roue de Fortune [Yeti Best] <ADV> (Yeti) (¥3.024)

[PSP] Yoiyo Mori no Hime # <ADV> (Eterire) (¥6.264)
[PSP] Yoiyo Mori no Hime (First Press Limited Edition) <ADV> (Eterire) (¥8.424)

[WIU] Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (amiibo Set) <ADV> (Nintendo) (¥5.076)

[PS4] Bloodborne # <RPG> (Sony Computer Entertainment) (¥7.452)
[PS4] Bloodborne (First Press Limited Edition) <RPG> (Sony Computer Entertainment) (¥7.452)
[PS4] One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 <ACT> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥8.424)
[PS4] Senran Kagura Estival Versus # <ACT> (Marvelous) (¥8.618)
[PS4] Senran Kagura Estival Versus (Niu Niu DX Pack Premium) <ACT> (Marvelous) (¥14.915)
[PS4] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess # <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥7.344)
[PS4] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess (Premium Box) <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥10.584)
[PS4] Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance # <SLG> (Nippon Ichi Software) (¥7.776)
[PS4] Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance (First Press Limited Edition) <SLG> (Nippon Ichi Software) (¥11.016)
[PS4] Sengoku Hime 5: Senkatatsu Haoh no Keifu # <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥8.100)
[PS4] Sengoku Hime 5: Senkatatsu Haoh no Keifu (Deluxe Limited Edition) <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥10.260)

[PS3] Sword Art Online: Lost Song <RPG> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥7.690)
[PS3] One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 <ACT> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥8.424)
[PS3] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess # <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥7.344)
[PS3] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess (Premium Box) <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥10.584)
[PS3] Pro Baseball Spirits 2015 <SPT> (Konami) (¥8.208)
[PS3] Daisenryaku: Dai Toua Kouboushi 3 - Dainijisekaitaisen Boppatsu! Suujiku Sentai Rengougun Zensekaisen # <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥8.100)
[PS3] Daisenryaku: Dai Toua Kouboushi 3 - Dainijisekaitaisen Boppatsu! Suujiku Sentai Rengougun Zensekaisen (Deluxe Limited Edition) <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥10.260)
[PS3] Sengoku Hime 5: Senkatatsu Haoh no Keifu # <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥8.100)
[PS3] Sengoku Hime 5: Senkatatsu Haoh no Keifu (Deluxe Limited Edition) <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥10.260)
[PS3] AquaPazza: AquaPlus Dream Match [AquaPrice 2800] <FTG> (Aqua Plus) (¥3.024)
 

ZSaberLink

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Considering how Nintendo basically killed off the series during the Wii gen, I'm not surprised.

I have no idea why they stopped churning the titles out - they were cash cows.


yes, but isn't this pretty expected from Wii U games? I think that every single Wii U game will have that label at the end of the day.
Considering how it seemed to start /15% S/T on firts day) was able to sell at least again during the weekend and will probably sell the initial shipment pretty easily.
of course, lowered expectations, for Wii U softwares...
Mario Kart 8 opened a lot higher than most titles at least. Pikmin 3 was similar to 1&2 in its opening. Most titles didn't like you said.

JP Mario Party sales
Code:
WII	Wii Party	223,595	2,382,177	Nintendo	2010-07-08
NDS	Mario Party DS	242,195	2,112,218	Nintendo	2007-11-08
WII	Mario Party 8	282,389	1,470,332	Nintendo	2007-07-26
GCN	Mario Party 4	?	902,348         Nintendo        2002-11-08	
N64	Mario Party 2	???,???	884,249	        Nintendo	1999-12-17
WII	Mario Party 9	163,631	700,442         Nintendo	2012-04-26
N64	Mario Party 3	???,???	846,363         Nintendo	2000-12-07
N64	Mario Party	???,???	706,663         Nintendo	1998-12-18
GCN	Mario Party 5	?	697,462         Nintendo	2003-11-28
GCN	Mario Party 6	?	527,132         Nintendo	2004-11-18
3DS	Mario Party: IT	135,419	488,694	        Nintendo	2014-03-20
GCN	Mario Party 7	?	454,261         Nintendo	2005-11-10
WIU	Mario Party 10  51,452  ?????           Nintendo        2015-03-12

Mario Party should have legs, but we'll see since this is the Wii U.
 

Chris1964

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Yeah, a price reduction woukd decease margins I guess but when you're selling 7k weekly...you should do something.

With its software library it should at least be doing like 10k. Still dead, but better.

What software library?

These are Wii U releases for first quarter of 2015

[WIU] Kirby and the Rainbow Curse <ACT> (Nintendo) {2015.01.22} (¥3.996)
[WIU] LEGO Marvel Super Heroes <ADV> (Warner Entertainment Japan) {2015.01.22} (¥5.616)

[WIU] Mario Party 10 # <ETC> (Nintendo) {2015.03.12} (¥5.616)
[WIU] Mario Party 10 (amiibo Set) <ETC> (Nintendo) {2015.03.12} (¥6.156)

[WIU] Mario Vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars <PZL> (Nintendo) {2015.03.19} (¥3.024)

[WIU] Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (amiibo Set) <ADV> (Nintendo) {2015.03.26} (¥5.076)
 

Shizuka

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[3DS] Theatrhythm Dragon Quest <ACT> (Square Enix) (¥6.264)
[3DS] Kuroko's Basketball: Ties to Future <SLG> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥6.145)
[3DS] Nashi-jiru Busha!! Funassyi Vs. Dragons <PZL> (Rocket Company) (¥5.184)

[PSV] Sword Art Online: Lost Song # <RPG> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥6.664)
[PSV] Sword Art Online: Lost Song (First Press Limited Edition) <RPG> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥10.778)
[PSV] One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 <ACT> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥7.344)
[PSV] Senran Kagura Estival Versus # <ACT> (Marvelous) (¥7.538)
[PSV] Senran Kagura Estival Versus (Niu Niu DX Pack) <ACT> (Marvelous) (¥11.675)
[PSV] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess # <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥6.264)
[PSV] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess (Premium Box) <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥9.504)
[PSV] Pro Baseball Spirits 2015 <SPT> (Konami) (¥7.538)
[PSV] Daisenryaku: Dai Toua Kouboushi 3 - Dainijisekaitaisen Boppatsu! Suujiku Sentai Rengougun Zensekaisen # <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥7.020)
[PSV] Daisenryaku: Dai Toua Kouboushi 3 - Dainijisekaitaisen Boppatsu! Suujiku Sentai Rengougun Zensekaisen (Deluxe Limited Edition) <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥9.180)
[PSV] Justy x Nasty: Maou Hajime Mashita # <ADV> (GN Software) (¥7.344)
[PSV] Justy x Nasty: Maou Hajime Mashita (Limited Edition) <ADV> (GN Software) (¥9.504)
[PSV] Shinsouban Okashi na Shima no Peter Pan: Sweet Never Land # <ADV> (QuinRose) (¥6.804)
[PSV] Shinsouban Okashi na Shima no Peter Pan: Sweet Never Land (Deluxe Edition) <ADV> (QuinRose) (¥9.504)
[PSV] Friend to Lover # <ADV> (Kaga Create) (¥7.344)
[PSV] Friend to Lover (First Press Limited Edition) <ADV> (Kaga Create) (¥9.504)
[PSV] Ken ga Kimi for V # <ADV> (Rejet) (¥6.264)
[PSV] Ken ga Kimi for V (Limited Edition) <ADV> (Rejet) (¥8.424)
[PSV] Koshoku Meikyuu Rondo: La Roue de Fortune [Yeti Best] <ADV> (Yeti) (¥3.024)

[PSP] Yoiyo Mori no Hime # <ADV> (Eterire) (¥6.264)
[PSP] Yoiyo Mori no Hime (First Press Limited Edition) <ADV> (Eterire) (¥8.424)

[WIU] Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (amiibo Set) <ADV> (Nintendo) (¥5.076)

[PS4] Bloodborne # <RPG> (Sony Computer Entertainment) (¥7.452)
[PS4] Bloodborne (First Press Limited Edition) <RPG> (Sony Computer Entertainment) (¥7.452)
[PS4] One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 <ACT> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥8.424)
[PS4] Senran Kagura Estival Versus # <ACT> (Marvelous) (¥8.618)
[PS4] Senran Kagura Estival Versus (Niu Niu DX Pack Premium) <ACT> (Marvelous) (¥14.915)
[PS4] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess # <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥7.344)
[PS4] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess (Premium Box) <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥10.584)
[PS4] Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance # <SLG> (Nippon Ichi Software) (¥7.776)
[PS4] Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance (First Press Limited Edition) <SLG> (Nippon Ichi Software) (¥11.016)
[PS4] Sengoku Hime 5: Senkatatsu Haoh no Keifu # <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥8.100)
[PS4] Sengoku Hime 5: Senkatatsu Haoh no Keifu (Deluxe Limited Edition) <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥10.260)

[PS3] Sword Art Online: Lost Song <RPG> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥7.690)
[PS3] One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 <ACT> (Bandai Namco Games) (¥8.424)
[PS3] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess # <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥7.344)
[PS3] Kagero: Mou Hitori no Princess (Premium Box) <ACT> (Koei Tecmo) (¥10.584)
[PS3] Pro Baseball Spirits 2015 <SPT> (Konami) (¥8.208)
[PS3] Daisenryaku: Dai Toua Kouboushi 3 - Dainijisekaitaisen Boppatsu! Suujiku Sentai Rengougun Zensekaisen # <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥8.100)
[PS3] Daisenryaku: Dai Toua Kouboushi 3 - Dainijisekaitaisen Boppatsu! Suujiku Sentai Rengougun Zensekaisen (Deluxe Limited Edition) <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥10.260)
[PS3] Sengoku Hime 5: Senkatatsu Haoh no Keifu # <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥8.100)
[PS3] Sengoku Hime 5: Senkatatsu Haoh no Keifu (Deluxe Limited Edition) <SLG> (SystemSoft Alpha) (¥10.260)
[PS3] AquaPazza: AquaPlus Dream Match [AquaPrice 2800] <FTG> (Aqua Plus) (¥3.024)

This will be a bloodbath.
 

Serenity

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Why are there so many releases next week? Holiday? Why wouldn't some of the smaller games move their dates to the weeks following the big releases?

End of Japanese fiscal year.

Thanks so I'm assuming they get paid for the shipments and want to make a splash. But wouldn't stores possibly be willing to order more units of D5 in the week they aren't ordering Bloodborne and SAO and thus receive a bigger payment in the long run for the smaller 3rd parties.
 

vinnygambini

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I apologize if I offended your favorite game developing company.

But the game looks like shit.

No, it's not a matter of insulting my favorite publisher whatsoever (it's ND Cube the developer, it ain't no EAD). It's just a poor choice of words on your front - might i suggest: the game's aesthetics leaves to be desired.

I think that is what you insinuated or tried to convey correct?

I mean my shit surely don't look like rainbows.
 

FATALITY

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http://loli.dance/
 

theprodigy

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What software library?

These are Wii U releases for first quarter of 2015

[WIU] Kirby and the Rainbow Curse <ACT> (Nintendo) {2015.01.22} (¥3.996)
[WIU] LEGO Marvel Super Heroes <ADV> (Warner Entertainment Japan) {2015.01.22} (¥5.616)

[WIU] Mario Party 10 # <ETC> (Nintendo) {2015.03.12} (¥5.616)
[WIU] Mario Party 10 (amiibo Set) <ETC> (Nintendo) {2015.03.12} (¥6.156)

[WIU] Mario Vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars <PZL> (Nintendo) {2015.03.19} (¥3.024)

[WIU] Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (amiibo Set) <ADV> (Nintendo) {2015.03.26} (¥5.076)

wow that's sparse

so that's what one of those patented Nintendo droughts looks like
 

ZSaberLink

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wow that's sparse

so that's what one of those patented Nintendo droughts looks like

The thing it's been much worse before.

At least this time, you'll have Rodea & another Lego on 4/2 and Xenoblade on 4/29 shortly after.


Well deserved sales. Game looks like shit.

The minigames actually look fun imo. Honestly since like 2/3 I got bored of the actual boards a lot. Is there like a minigame mode in this game? That's honestly what I most care about. Honestly it's on the Wii U, even high quality games have done much worse sales-wise.
 

Parakeetman

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I remember for the first (mainline?) PS3 one (I think it was in reference to Yakuza 3 actually and not Kenzan, but could easily be wrong) they noted it was a break even title and they hoped to be notably more profitable with the next ones by reusing technology/assets, so that gives us something of a sense of what it cost.

I have no doubt for the PS3 centric games they used a ton of the Kamuro-cho stuff, but from there with Y:Zero most def they had to redo a ton of things with the whole trying to capture the 80s. Though it seems that them redoing the city / graphics have caused some new issues to pop up on the PS4 according to people who are more sensitive to things like screen tearing, which never really was an issue before on the PS3 versions.

With all the time they have spent on the city too the team must be pretty well adapt at breaking it apart and putting it back together which most def helps cut down on development time.

Interesting that if it was about Yakuza 3 considering that they had made whole new areas with Okinawa and such.

Then from 4 also new content was included.

Then 5 had its other cities plus the new systems added to the game itself.

With 4 and 5 also the multiple character system most def took more time to implement with the balancing animations etc.

While I know the data will not be released it would most def be interesting to see a real breakdown of development in general.

Though with all of that aside I still think that calling the titles inexpensive to create is a huge understatement regardless and my original point and reply to said poster stands.

In regards to Zero though it most def seems to be a "stopgap" sort of title hence why they went and used Osaka and Kamuro-cho again. Good way for the team to experiment with the tech on a PS4 with the mainline game, yet have a setting interesting enough to get people to buy back into the series.

While not the same I still do believe that Yakuza Dead Souls for example was the teams practice run for creating Binary Domain. Working on third person shooting mechanics and tossing it out there to generate sales rather than having a long period of time where nothing was produced / sold.
 
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Speaking of a crowded release period, Atelier Rorona 3DS has been delayed from March 26th to just "Spring":

http://www.siliconera.com/2015/03/18/new-atelier-rorona-delayed-until-this-spring-in-japan/

Gust says it's to "meet customer satisfaction" which I assume means more polish (thank god, when you have footage that can't decide whether the characters have even a circle shadow or not, you know it needs more work), but obviously the date had to have been a reason also.
 

Parakeetman

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Speaking of a crowded release period, Atelier Rorona 3DS has been delayed from March 26th to just "Spring":

http://www.siliconera.com/2015/03/18/new-atelier-rorona-delayed-until-this-spring-in-japan/

Gust says it's to "meet customer satisfaction" which I assume means more polish (thank god, when you have footage that can't decide whether the characters have even a circle shadow or not, you know it needs more work), but obviously the date had to have been a reason also.

More like it would have gotten fucking curbstomped by everything else coming out that week.
 

L~A

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Looks like the KanColle PS Vita game has been delayed to August?... did we ever get to see anything about the game?

I doubt Hori would just delay this special pack if the game wasn't too.
 

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Dengeki Sales: Week 11, 2015 (Mar 09 - Mar 15)

01./00. [PS3] Yakuza 0 (SEGA) {2015.03.12} - 145.459 / NEW <65%>
02./00. [PS4] Yakuza 0 (SEGA) {2015.03.12} - 92.157 / NEW <65%>
03./00. [PSV] Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth (Bandai Namco Games) {2015.03.12} - 73.256 / NEW <90%>
04./00. [PSP] Uta no Prince-Sama: All Star After Secret (Broccoli) {2015.03.12} - 66.783 / NEW <75%>
05./00. [WIU] Mario Party 10 (Nintendo) {2015.03.12} - 50.925 / NEW
06./01. [PS3] Dragon Quest Heroes (Square Enix) {2015.02.26} - 31.874 / 418.072 (-52%)
07./00. [3DS] Ansatsu Kyoushitsu: Korosensei Daihouimou!! (Bandai Namco Games) {2015.03.12} - 23.570 / NEW
08./04. [3DS] The Legend of Zelda: Majora Mask 3D (Nintendo) {2015.02.14} - 15.533 / 388.077 (-37%)
09./03. [PS4] Dragon Quest Heroes (Square Enix) {2015.02.26} - 13.506 / 297.974 (-60%)
10./00. [PSV] Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 6 (Koei Tecmo Games) {2015.03.12} - 12.715 / NEW
11./08. [3DS] Yo-kai Watch 2: Shin Uchi (Level 5) {2014.12.13} - 11.905 / 2.561.834 (-21%)
12./06. [PSV] God Eater 2: Rage Burst (Bandai Namco Games) {2015.02.19} - 11.256 / 295.647 (-37%)
13./00. [PSV] Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Iki (Kaga Create) {2015.03.12} - 9.663 / NEW
14./10. [3DS] Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (Nintendo) {2014.09.13} - 6.900 / 2.187.554 (-6%)
15./02. [3DS] Etrian Mystery Dungeon (Atlus) {2015.03.05} - 6.350 / 71.469 (-90%)
16./09. [3DS] LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins (Nintendo) {2015.03.05} - 5.994 / 19.783 (-57%)
17./11. [3DS] Monster Hunter 4G (Capcom) {2014.10.11} - 5.756 / 2.526.429 (+4%)
18./00. [PS3] Winning Post 8 2015 (Koei Tecmo Games) {2015.03.12} - 6.394 / NEW
19./07. [PS4] Evolve (Take-Two Interactive Japan) {2015.03.05} - 5.381 / 22.019 (-68%)
20./00. [PSV] Winning Post 8 2015 (Koei Tecmo Games) {2015.03.12} - 5.317 / NEW
21./21. [3DS] Nanatsu no Taizai: The Seven Deadly Sins - Unjust Sin (Bandai Namco Games) {2015.02.11} - 5.089 / 50.782 (+51%)
22./12. [3DS] Pokemon Alpha Sapphire (Pokemon) {2014.11.21} - 4.972 / 1.457.632 (-5%)
23./00. [PS3] Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Iki (Kaga Create) {2015.03.12} - 4.400 / NEW
24./18. [WIU] Mario Kart 8 (Nintendo) {2014.05.29} - 4.206 / 928.107 (+4%)
25./15. [3DS] Pokemon Omega Ruby (Pokemon) {2014.11.21} - 4.194 / 1.270.369 (-5%)
26./16. [WIU] Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (Nintendo) {2014.12.06} - 4.189 / 621.709 (-5%)
27./17. [3DS] Doraemon: Nobita no Uchuu Eiyuuki (FuRyu) {2015.03.05} - 3.894 / 8.233 (-10%)
28./13. [PS3] Dragon Ball: Xenoverse (Bandai Namco Games) {2015.02.05} - 3.826 / 90.269 (-21%)
29./00. [PSP] Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 6 (Koei Tecmo Games) {2015.03.12} - 3.485 / NEW
30./05. [3DS] New Prince of Tennis: Go to the Top (FuRyu) {2015.03.05} - 3.267 / 23.100 (-84%)
31./19. [3DS] Animal Crossing: New Leaf (Nintendo) {2012.11.08} - 2.959 / 3.818.412 (-15%)
32./31. [PS3] Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games) {2014.06.26} - 2.233 / 111.755 (+24%)
33./20. [PS4] God Eater 2: Rage Burst (Bandai Namco Games) {2015.02.19} - 2.106 / 47.342 (-39%)
34./30. [PS4] Grand Theft Auto V (Rockstar Games) {2014.12.11} - 2.089 / 159.704 (+8%)
35./22. [PS4] Dragon Ball: Xenoverse (Bandai Namco Games) {2015.02.05} - 2.050 / 63.865 (-27%)
36./23. [WIU] Kirby and the Rainbow Curse (Nintendo) {2015.01.22} - 2.017 / 70.689 (-27%)
37./29. [3DS] Mario Kart 7 (Nintendo) {2011.12.01} - 1.983 / 2.381.709 (+0%)
38./27. [3DS] Yo-kai Watch 2: Ganso (Level 5) {2014.07.10} - 1.850 / 1.490.050 (-14%)
39./28. [3DS] Yo-kai Watch 2: Honke (Level 5) {2014.07.10} - 1.800 / 1.646.002 (-9%)
40./24. [PS3] Sengoku Musou 4-II (Koei Tecmo Games) {2015.02.11} - 1.632 / 64.435 (-38%)
41./37. [3DS] Kirby: Triple Deluxe (Nintendo) {2014.01.11} - 1.628 / 669.175 (-1%)
42./46. [3DS] Gotouchi Tetsudou: Gotouchi Chara to Nihon Zenkoku no Tabi (Bandai Namco Games) {2014.11.27} - 1.567 / 85.990 (+34%)
43./41. [3DS] Mario Party: Island Tour (Nintendo) {2014.03.20} - 1.483 / 487.817 (-1%)
44./35. [PS3] Dark Soul 2 Scalar of the First Sin (From Software) {2015.02.05} - 1.428 / 19.454 (-14%)
45./33. [PSV] Sengoku Musou 4-II (Koei Tecmo Games) {2015.02.11} - 1.389 / 35.385 (-20%)
46./38. [PS3] Far Cry 4 (Ubisoft) {2015.01.29} - 1.306 / 44.871 (-19%)
47./34. [PS4] Dead or Alive 5: Last Round (Koei Tecmo Games) {2015.02.19} - 1.183 / 24.379 (-31%)
48./43. [3DS] Sumikko Gurashi: Koko ga Ochitsukundesu (Nippon Columbia) {2014.11.20} - 1.178 / 87.323 (-13%)
49./47. [3DS] Tomodachi Collection: New Life (Nintendo) {2013.04.18} - 1.167 / 1.752.318 (+4%)
50./52. [PS4] World Soccer Winning Eleven 2015 (Konami) {2014.11.13} - 1.125 / 67.578

TOP50

3DS 21
PS3 9
PS4 8
Vita 6
Wii U 4
PSP 2

SOFTWARE

Code:
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| Model | This Week | Week (%) |  FY 2014   | FY (%)  |
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| PS3   | 225.901   | 28.70%   | 6.130.167  | 16.10%  |
| 3DS   | 151.164   | 19.20%   | 21.144.972 | 55.40%  |
| PS4   | 129.858   | 16.50%   | 2.288.460  | 6.00%   |
| Vita  | 129.259   | 16.40%   | 4.763.583  | 12.50%  |
| Wii U | 75.617    | 9.60%    | 2.993.091  | 7.80%   |
| PSP   | 74.107    | 9.40%    | 721.294    | 1.90%   |
| XB1   | 634       | 0.10%    | 128.186    | 0.30%   |
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| Total | 786.540   | 100.00%  | 38.169.753 | 100.00% |
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HARDWARE

Code:
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| Model | This Week | Week (%) |  FY 2014  | FY (%)  |
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| PS4   | 31.007    | 31.50%   | 712.060   | 13.00%  |
| 3DS   | 30.355    | 30.90%   | 2.982.972 | 54.30%  |
| Vita  | 22.700    | 23.10%   | 869.622   | 15.80%  |
| PS3   | 7.258     | 7.40%    | 319.082   | 5.80%   |
| Wii U | 6.684     | 6.80%    | 557.370   | 10.20%  |
| XB1   | 364       | 0.40%    | 48.491    | 0.90%   |
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| Total | 98.368    | 100.00%  | 5.489.597 | 100.00% |
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*FY 2014 refers to the period from April 1, 2014 through March 31, 2015

Dengeki Sales: Week 10, 2015 (Mar 02 - Mar 08)

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