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The English Version of Puyo Puyo Tetris Won’t Have Any Streaming Restrictions

Following the decision from Atlus to put streaming restrictions on Persona 5, a move which is getting a lot of criticism from its fans, the reveal that Puyo Puyo Tetris would also feature streaming restrictions in Japan meant fans were worried for the upcoming English release. Fortunately, localization producer Sam Mullen has put those fears to rest on NeoGAF with the following post:

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Puyo Puyo Tetris is Getting a Worldwide Release on Nintendo Switch and PS4 (UPDATED)

UPDATE: SEGA has now announced a PS4 release as well, and an official launch trailer and press release, which have been added to the article below. The game will be releasing as a physical version only on PS4 for $29.99, while the Nintendo Switch version will be available digitally for $29.99 and physically for $39.99, with a special launch edition that includes two Puyo Puyo- and Tetris-themed keychains (while supplies last).

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During the recent Nintendo Switch event, Puyo Puyo Tetris was briefly shown being played on the Nintendo Switch. With the event over, the official website of Puyo Puyo Tetris has been updated with more information on this new version of the game for Nintendo Switch, titled Puyo Puyo Tetris S in Japan. The game will be released in Japan on March 3, 2017 as a launch game for the Nintendo Switch. The official website also reveals that the game will get a release in the United States, Europe and other countries, where it will simply be called Puyo Puyo Tetris, although the release date for that version is unknown at the moment. Interestingly, a “Worldwide Puzzle League” mode will allow for worldwide multi-player (albeit without cross-platform support).

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Puyo Puyo Tetris English Trophy List Found!

An English trophy list for Puyo Puyo Tetris on the Playstation 4 has been circulating lately. Exophase has the exceedingly long list of trophies for Puyo Puyo Tetris. Should we expect to see this “Frantic Four-Player Puzzle Mashup” in the West? Let us hope so!

Puyo Puyo Tetris is a crossover project between two of the most prominent (and oldest) puzzle game franchises in existence. It was notable not just for the uniqueness of the crossover concept, but also for its release across six platforms – Playstation 3 and Playstation 4, Playstation Vita, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii U, and Xbox One. While it didn’t yield particularly large sales on its own in Japan, it did prompt a unique gummi candy promotion for a limited time.

Initially releasing in Japan during February of 2014, it has been quite some time since any sort of word describing the prospects of Puyo Puyo Tetris‘s localization have been noted. To begin with, the game’s potential for localization hasn’t often been publicly discussed, and Puyo Puyo games are for the most part not localized outside of Puyo Puyo Fever or the Puyo Puyo titles released as SEGA 3D Classics for the Nintendo 3DS.

Should this game be localized, one has to wonder what the choice of platforms would be. Certainly, Playstation 4 would already be a lock. Perhaps the 3DS and the Vita are under consideration? And since Valkyria Revolution is uniquely receiving an Xbox One release, maybe the Xbox One version will be brought over as well.

Update: A recent tweet from Sam Mullen possibly alludes to surprise over recent news about the English trophy list for Puyo Puyo Tetris. Assuming that Puyo Puyo Tetris is indeed being localized (which is not completely certain, at the moment, although still possible), this might suggest that localization is being handled outside of SEGA itself.

In any case, the news of a trophy list is cause for optimism!

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Yakuza 6 and Puyo Puyo Chronicle Enter the Top 10 in the Latest Media Create Sales Chart

The new Media Create sales results are in, and Yakuza 6: The Song of Life has topped the video game sales chart in Japan its first week by selling a total of 218,168 copies. It’s a low sales number for the PlayStation 4 exclusive game if we compare it to previous entries in the series, but one has to note that console sales in Japan have been on the decline for a while now. Back in 2012, Yakuza 5 sold 356,757 copies in its first week on the PlayStation 3.

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Puyo Puyo Chronicle Update – New Characters!

SEGA published new character information and artwork for Puyo Puyo Chronicle earlier this week.

As their statement reveals, new characters become available in the second half of the main scenario for Puyo Puyo Chronicle. You have to wonder what sort of major plot change, if any,  happens at the halfway point in the game! Anyway, the new character artwork pieces can be found below, along with some skill descriptions:

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Puyo Puyo Chronicle Gets 4 New Videos Showing “Skill Battle” Gameplay and Commercials

SEGA of Japan have posted 4 new videos for their upcoming Nintendo 3DS game Puyo Puyo Chronicle, an RPG based on the Puyo Puyo puzzle series. The first video shows off the Skill Battle system with a demo by the game’s producer Mizuki Hosoyamada, while the three other videos are commercials featuring Misako Uno and Chiaki Ito. Both are members of the Japanese pop group AAA. Gematsu has translated all the information on the Skill Battle system, so you may want to take a look at their article for more in-depth information!

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Puyo Puyo Chronicle: Videos For Each of the 18 Different Game Modes

SEGA has uploaded short demo videos of each of the 18 rule modes for the upcoming 3DS title Puyo Puyo Chronicle. While we’ve read much about the RPG-styled main scenario of Puyo Puyo Chronicle, the game will still offer many options for the classic head-to-head Puyo Puyo fun, and in a variety of ways.

Watch the demo videos below! A short description accompanies each one. Be aware that certain modes have to be purchased within the game’s shop (not the eShop.) Additionally, check out the added preview and ruleset pages on SEGA’s website if you so desire.

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