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L~A

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Do you know whether it's digital only or retail/digital btw? I know Famitsu (website) have (or had) it as digital.
What, the game itself?

Looks like something ambitious (aka: not just a port), so it's most likely retail/DL game. Maybe we'll get more details about that in Famitsu this week.

Also, sliiiightly better pic of the Famitsu magazine, still from the stream (went and checked the timeshift):

 
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What, the game itself?

Looks like something ambitious (aka: not just a port), so it's most likely retail/DL game. Maybe we'll get more details about that in Famitsu this week.

Also, sliiiightly better pic of the Famitsu magazine, still from the stream (went and checked the timeshift):
going to be interesting to how the gameplay is, unless they are just going to port that in
 
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Next week's Famitsu is also going to have some sort of announcement for Granblue Fantasy. Wonder if we'll get yet another mobile to consumer soft announcement.
 

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Next week's Famitsu is also going to have some sort of announcement for Granblue Fantasy. Wonder if we'll get yet another mobile to consumer soft announcement.
Well, in case it happens, here's some context: Granblue Fantasy's grossing performance since launch (on iOS)

The game launched on May 1st, 2014, and it started a bit slowly, between 30th to 60th, with 16th as highest result in the first month. It left top 100 briefily around mid-July, then it went back around the 30th to 60th zone (even around 80th). But, as you can see, the game's grossing improved with time, with far more appearances in top 20, if not near the top 10, and even in the top 10 itself. In the past few months, it appeared between 10th and 30th, except some sporadic periods outside of that zone.
 
Famitsu scans are now allowed again on neogaf ?

I clearly remember they weren't... or at least something recent, if you post a 1999 scan page don't think it's against their policy
The ones L-A showed were from Famitsu's own livestream, so they were willingly showing a page of their magazine. Also direct-feed ones you see with Famitsu's logo come directly from their website.
 
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The ones L-A showed were from Famitsu's own livestream, so they were willingly showing a page of their magazine. Also direct-feed ones you see with Famitsu's logo come directly from their website.
ah ok, didn't know it was showed on livestream

and what about old issues? cause i'm gonna buy some 1995 numbers and i'd like to be sure that old issues are not a problem
 
Well, in case it happens, here's some context: Granblue Fantasy's grossing performance since launch (on iOS)



The game launched on May 1st, 2014, and it started a bit slowly, between 30th to 60th, with 16th as highest result in the first month. It left top 100 briefily around mid-July, then it went back around the 30th to 60th zone (even around 80th). But, as you can see, the game's grossing improved with time, with far more appearances in top 20, if not near the top 10, and even in the top 10 itself. In the past few months, it appeared between 10th and 30th, except some sporadic periods outside of that zone.
The little magnifying glass lets you change the axis values.
 

vinnygambini

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Bandai Namco Q1 Results:
Net Sales: ¥137,376 million
Operating Income: ¥18,139 million
Net Income: ¥13,949 million
Major IP Sales:
Mobile Suit Gundam - ¥18.7 billion
Yokai Watch - ¥10.9 billion
Dragon Ball - ¥8.3 billion
In-Depth Results:
In the first quarter (three months), the Network Entertainment Business saw strong sales of home video game software overseas, including repeat sales of DRAGONBALL XENOVERSE, which was launched in the previous fiscal year. In Japan and overseas, network content such as game applications for smartphones and PC online games also contributed to performance. Furthermore, in the Toys and Hobby Business in Japan and Asia, long-established IP (Intellectual Property: intellectual property of characters) such as Mobile Suit Gundam and products including Yokai Watch had favorable sales. In addition, there were favorable sales of products and services of LoveLive! School idol project, which is IP for which the Visual and Music Production Business has developed visual content in conjunction with music content and live events.
http://www.bandainamco.co.jp/files/3.2016E5B9B43E69C88E69C9F_1QE8A39CE8B6B3E8B387E696_2.pdf
http://www.bandainamco.co.jp/files/2.150805E6A5ADE7B8BEE4BA88E683B3E381AEE4BFAEE6ADA3_2.pdf
 

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Media Create:

New3DS LL 44,994
PS4 18,740
Vita 13,214
Wii U 11,938
New3DS 7,671
PS3 2,540
3DS 1,585
3DS LL 874
Vita TV 527
Xbox One 186

Animal Crossing: 522k
 
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Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer first week shipment > 645.000

[3DS] Yo-Kai Watch Busters: Red Cat Team / White Dog Squad <ACT> (Level 5) {2015.07.11} (¥4.968) - 109.238 / 1.140.426 <80-100%> (-8%)
 

Dash Kappei

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Don't start digging old posts when you don't understand what they mean. Especially with what you have predicted for PS4 at past threads.
Seriously, haha. Consoles-war fanboysm is a bad bug :p

Anyway, how successful (or not) do you guys consider Rythmn Tengoku The Best to be at this point (and Obon will give it another push of course) all things considering? Was the game marketed as a full-fledged sequel or more as a compilation of sorts like its title suggest (iirc new stuff is comparable in numbers to the inclusion of songs from the past 3 titles)?