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Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Hits Good Revenue, But A Fraction Of Pokémon Go’s Players

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite launched this past week, making the first follow up to Pokémon Go from Niantic. It is a tough task to follow up what was at one point a genuine cultural phenomenon, but WB and Niantic were betting big that Harry Potter would be the license to do it. If that is to be the case, it wasn't at launch, as Wizards Unite launched at a fraction of Pokémon Go, but still quite alright revenue.

According to app monitoring site SensorTower, the magic-casting game hit around $300,000 in revenue in the first 24 hours. That's not a bad check for the first day. However, based on their data, Wizards Unite was at about 400,000 installs between the U.S. and U.K. in those same 24 hours. To contrast, Pokémon Go was at about 7.6 million installs in that same time frame. Though the comparison isn't entirely fair, Pokémon Go didn't launch in the U.K. for another week.

SensorTower also lists Pokémon Go's first-day revenue as $2 million.

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Will Include New Materia Not From The Original

We found out during E3 just how different Final Fantasy VII Remake's battle system will be from the original game. We also found out that Materia, the magical gems that can be slotted into equipment to let characters cast spells, still plays a big role in the game's battle system and it's even visible within the character's weapons. It turns out that, while Materia will still be in the game, not every single piece will make it, and some new Materia will be introduced.

The news comes from Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, which printed an interview with director Tetsuya Nomura last week, but put up an expanded version online yesterday. In the interview, Nomura said that Materia works just like it did in the original, which presumably he is talking about the ability to equip it into weapons. He did also admit, however, that some Materia doesn't make sense for the new battle system, and some new Materia makes a lot of sense for the new battle system.

It does, of..

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Borderlands 3 Will Be About 35 Hours Long For The Main Campaign

Video game length can be a touchy subject for people. Some people can't stand games that are too short, while others don't want to play anything too long. Those spending full price on a new game want it to last a decent bit of time, however, and it sounds like Borderlands 3 is probably going to deliver.

In an interview with GamesBeat, creative director Paul Sage commented on the game's ambition by mentioning that the game will last you a while just to do the main campaign.

“There’s so much to the game,” Sage told the outlet. “We go to these different worlds. The length of the game being 35 hours, if you just go through the main story — that’s not including doing too many side missions. I think there was a lot of ambition right at the beginning.”

Usually when developers give hour counts for their games, you want to subtract a bit, but 35 hours does sound like it would be in line with Borderlands 2, if not a bit over. So you can expect to spend a lot of quality time wit..

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Late Nintendo President’s Developer Interviews Being Compiled Into A Book

Late Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, who passed away in 2015 at the age of 55 from complications with a bile duct tumor, was a huge fan of video games in a way most video game executives are not. Not that others don't love games, but Iwata had a fascination with the way they were made that informed the way he did business. As part of a game's advertising, Iwata would sit down with developers himself to interview the people who make the game and pick their brains on interesting trivia, history, and design philosophies in a feature called Iwata Asks.

Now it seems that those interviews are being compiled into a book for the first time.

The book is being published by Hobonichi, which is best known for their planners, and is run by Earthbound/Mother creator Shigesato Itoi. Itoi was a long time friend of Iwata, as the then-prodigy programmer helped rescue the first Mother game on NES by overhauling its code, leading to a lifelong friendship between the two. It is also being hea..

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Late Nintendo President’s Developer Interviews Being Compiled Into A Book

Late Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, who passed away in 2015 at the age of 55 from complications with a bile duct tumor, was a huge fan of video games in a way most video game executives are not. Not that others don't love games, but Iwata had a fascination with the way they were made that informed the way he did business. As part of a game's advertising, Iwata would sit down with developers himself to interview the people who make the game and pick their brains on interesting trivia, history, and design philosophies in a feature called Iwata Asks.

Now it seems that those interviews are being compiled into a book for the first time.

The book is being published by Hobonichi, which is best known for their planners, and is run by Earthbound/Mother creator Shigesato Itoi. Itoi was a long time friend of Iwata, as the then-prodigy programmer helped rescue the first Mother game on NES by overhauling its code, leading to a lifelong friendship between the two. It is also being hea..

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RWBY Gets A Mobile Puzzle Game

Rooster Teeth's animated show, RWBY, has been slowly inching its way into video games as of recent. Not only did the characters find themselves in Arc System Works' BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, but there's also been Steam and phone games for the series already. Now, Crunchyroll Games and Rooster Teeth are teaming up for yet another RWBY games for mobile devices.

Called RWBY: Crystal Quest, the newest game is a match-three puzzler that involves matching gems. Players choose from their favorite RWBY characters, in the RWBY Chibi spinoff style, and battle against other characters from the series. You do this, of course, through dropping gems and matching three of them in a row similar to something like Panel de Pon.

Characters thus far include expected mainstays like Ruby, Weiss, Blake, and Yang, as you would think from a series titled RWBY.

Crunchyroll Games is scheduled to launch RWBY: Crystal Quest this summer with pre-registration available on the website.

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