Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight 3ds
Although no longer has the importance of yore, Japan remains a crucial game industry as a leader in many ways thanks to homelands companies like Nintendo, Sony, Capcom and Konami territory.
That is why it has always looked to Eastern country to seek an indicator of how things are going, but as we say its heyday it was back in the 90s and now the focus seems to have focused on the West. In fact in Japan seem to go to your ball, as reflected in the games best selling there, which sometimes are often complete strangers in markets such as Europe and the United States.
The fact is that the signing Japan.Internet has published the results of a survey to know the most famous consoles in that country, coming out as the clear winner 3DS handheld to have been acquired by 55.2% of respondents are. Followers Wii / Wii U with 43% and PS2 and PS3 with 40.9% and 34.3% respectively.
As expected, the worst stops are Microsoft platforms, since the original Xbox has only been acquired 2.1% of respondents while Xbox 360 remains at 5.2%.
PS4 is leading the next gen with 4.5%, while 7.9% want to buy and 21% are very interested in it. Keep in mind that Xbox One has just hit the market in Japan, so that the completion dates of the survey there were no sales data for her, although 3.5% of respondents say they want to buy and 11 % is concerned.
Nintendo has released the offers that we eShop this week in its various consoles. And we will not be fooled: it is one that comes pretty loose about news and discounts refers week and focuses primarily on issues published for Nintendo 3DS (that abound).
Despite the lack of titles, there are some other interesting game you can put the hand as 99Moves, which is on Wii U for 2.49 euros. Similarly, the virtual desktop console receives Mighty Final Fight for 4.99 euros and Street Fighter 2010 The Final Fight for 4.99 euros. Both are fighting titles that will delight the most "old" site; well at an affordable price, within which we are accustomed.