We are no longer making a 2015 release our number one priority, says Eiji Aonuma.
Update: Walmart has already sold out of all of their online stock of gold Mario amiibos. What a surprise.
Monolith Soft lays on the hype with a smorgasboard of new tantalizing screenshots, videos and info on one of 2015’s most anticipated RPG’s.
[Photo: Famitsu] Microsoft’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) Xbox One console recently launched in Japan on September 4, and so far the all-in-one system has been met with markedly lukewarm reception in the Japanese market. A lowly 23, 562 consoles were sold in the first week of launch availability, Famitsu reports, making it a considerable flop. In comparison, Japan’s Xbox 360 launch saw more than 60,000 units sold back in 2005. What attributed to this lack of sales? As Kotaku reports, a handful of big-name Japanese retailers resembled vacant ghost-towns during the Xbox One’s midnight launch. So far the Xbox One exclusive Titanfall leads Japanese game sales charts for the console with 22,416 copies sold, followed by the