Monday Update with Dragon Quest XI tidbits, Atlus go 3DS crazy and more news!

Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete website was updated detailing the 3DS version’s 3D Mode, 2D Mode, the new monsters Mandra and Octobolt and the new characters Martina and Row.

Atlus Co., Ltd. had a lengthy livestream yesterday with more details on Radiant Historia Perfect Chronology, the announcement of Sekaiju to Fushigi no Dungeon 2 (Etrian Mystery Dungeon 2) on Nintendo 3DS for 31 August and Shin Megami Tensei 3DS Project being unveiled as Shin Megami Tensei DEEP STRANGE JOURNEY (a remake of the DS original). Shin Megami Tensei IV FINAL is also on sale for just ¥2,500. Shin Megami Tensei HD Project is still Switch but all we got was an image.

Super Mario Run will see the Gold Goombas Mega Event return again from 30 March until 13 April.

Hakoniwa is a mystery new sandbox game from Nippon Ichi Software Co., Ltd. Probably not Nintendo related but the website with video in-case it is for Switch!

My Nintendo will see the Super Mario Maker (Wii U) and Dr. Mario (3DS) discounts expire on Friday along with The Legend of Zelda theme and live concert videos.

My Nintendo Store saw more Nintendo Switch consoles for sale but they sold out in a little over ten minutes. The next batch are in 03 April.

Denpa Ningen no RPG FREE! Monster Outbreak over the weekend saw 1,353,166 monster kills out of the 5,646,834 needed. The Outbreak ends this Saturday.

Inazuma Eleven Ares ‘Football Frontier’ promo video at

Monster Hunter XX five hour livestream with M.S.S Project at

Dragon Ball Heroes Ultimate Mission X second TV commercial at

COMG! saw Monster Hunter XX with 602 pts in week two, 1–2-Switch with 39 and Breath of the Wild with 36. Pre-orders see Mario Kart 8 Deluxe with 96 points, Dragon Ball Heroes with 53 and Fire Emblem Echoes with 30.

Maintenance sees all three eShops and purchasing software online affected tomorrow from 07:00–09:00 JST, Monster Hunter X maintenance tomorrow from 12:00–14:30 JST, Daigasso! Band Brothers P again tomorrow from 15:00–16:00 JST and then on 04 April; all three eShops, the DSi Shop, the Wii Shop Channel and purchasing software online affected from 05:00–09:00 JST.