The sequel to Square Enix's Final Fantasy rhythm game arrives in North America September 16. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is also getting a lovely $70 (£42) collector's edition, limited to 5,000 pieces and exclusive to the Square Enix online store.
As noted on Nintendo.co.jp, the 32GB Wii U Premium Set is no longer being manufactured for the Japanese market. The site says "end of production" for those consoles. No word on how this impacts gamers outside Japan.
"Victory and defeat are just lies told out of two sides of the same mouth. This is the Blue Shell of collapse, the Blue Shell of financial crisis, the Blue Shell of the New Gilded Age." That's game designer/academic Ian Bogost on the most hated and feared pick-up in the Mario Kart series.
Ever wanted to see Nintendo's entire line up in one headache inducing chart? Of course not, it's a crazy idea which only makes this thing more impressive. Everything, on every format, arranged in chronological order, marking relationships, spin offs and more.