There are tons of gaming enthusiast podcasts out in the wild, but almost none of the top-tier podcasts are made specifically for Nintendo fans. That's where we come in! We here at Gamnesia are bringing you a new episode of "Nintendo Week," a podcast made for Nintendo fans by Nintendo fans.

Yesterday was Nintendo's investors' meeting, which revealed tons of information about their upcoming year, so join Alex, Ben, and Colin as they sort through a mountain of news, including new mobile games for Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem and a ton of financial information. After the break, we discuss Star Fox Zero and its related animated short in the Game Corner before finishing off the show with a discussion segment on NX, Zelda U, and E3 2016, all of which Nintendo officially discussed. You can check out the episode below—or if you'd like to save it to listen later, you can check the latest episode out on iTunes, available now. And be sure to head inside to get a rundown of all the Nintendo news from the last week!

Square Enix and Level-5 announced at a recent livestream event that they will collaborate later this year for a crossover that will bring characters from Final Fantasy XIV and Yo-Kai Watch 3 into each others' games.

After an upcoming event, Japanese gamers will be able to download an update to Final Fantasy XIV that will allow them to use new weapons, summons, and mounts, all based on characters from the Yo-Kai Watch series.

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If you have Pokémon Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire and have always wanted to have Zygarde (in its 50% forme), then you're in luck, because Nintendo is currently distributing them over Nintendo Network. Players can receive this Pokémon as a gift by clicking on the Mystery Gift option on the game's start up menu. As far as we know, players can also receive this Pokémon on Pokémon X and Y, though, since Zygarde is also obtainable in those games, the need for it is much less. At the moment, we do not know how long this give-away is going to last.

A lot of Nintendo's plans for the coming year were revealed at their investors briefing this week. The company has now published the Q&A section of the briefing, and Cheesemeister has translated it and posted a summary of several of the questions and answers. In one of these, Tatsumi Kimishima, Nintendo's president, said that the company is going to focus largely on the 3DS this year. Since the 3DS has a lot of big titles this fiscal year, they are expecting a significant amount of revenue from sales of both software and hardware. Furthermore, since sales of the Wii U are forecast to drop to 800,000, this means the company can spend more time pushing the 3DS.

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After leaving Capcom, Mega Man co-creator Keiji Inafune and the development team at Comcept began working on a spiritual successor to Mega Man known as Mighty No. 9. It's been over a year since the Kickstarter-funded action-platformer was originally scheduled to release, and we still don't have a concrete release date. Back in January, Mighty No. 9 was delayed for the third time (despite promises that there would be no more delays after the second), this time to a generic "Spring" release window.

Unfortunately, it's looking like Mighty No. 9 may be delayed yet again. Promotional materials for the long-awaited game were spotted at retailer EB Games, and they list a Summer 2016 release window for the game. Comcept has not yet commented on the supposed delay, and they haven't issued any updates on the game's Kickstarter since January.

The past fiscal year was underwhelming for Nintendo in terms of hardware sales, as both 3DS and Wii U failed to hit their targets, even though said targets were set low in the first place. Additionally, Nintendo revealed that they're only expecting to sell 5 million 3DS units and 800,000 Wii U units this year, down from the 6.79 million and 3.26 million units the two devices sold last year, respectively. Speaking with investors during a Q&A session, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima explained how Nintendo expects to be more profitable than last year despite the declining forecast for hardware sales. Hit the jump for more.

The Yo-kai Watch franchise has been dominating the video game sales charts in Japan since 2013, and Level-5 is looking to achieve that success on a global scale. The first game and the anime are now both available in North America, and the anime has begun airing in the UK as well. The wait for the first game in Europe will finally be over tomorrow, and Nintendo UK has released a pair of trailers to raise hype for the 3DS exclusive. The first focuses mostly on the Yo-kai themselves, and features the series' theme song, while the other one is a shorter video titled "Discover, Befriend, Battle!" You can watch them both by clicking below.

During the company's recent financial results briefing, Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima discussed the growing success of Intelligent Systems' Fire Emblem franchise, including a recent boom in sales of the most recent games in America. According to Kimishima, sales data for the last two entries in the series (Awakening and both versions of Fates) show that demand for the games is initially higher in Japan at launch, but the games sell better over a longer period of time in America. He later stated that the Fire Emblem series had become a "major IP" for Nintendo, so it looks like the franchise won't be going anywhere anytime soon! Head inside to check out Kimishima's full statements.

The weekly hardware and software sales numbers from Japan are in, courtesy of Media Create, and it was another slow week in Japan despite a flurry of new releases. Star Fox Zero made its debut in Japan last week, and between the standalone game and the Star Fox Guard bundle, it sold just over 25,000 copies. One Piece: Burning Blood took the top spot for the week on PlayStation 4, and its Vita version took the number two spot. Hardware sales remained relatively unchanged from last week. You can check out the full breakdown by clicking below.

Tomodachi Collection was a big hit on Nintendo DS, but the Mii-centric title never released outside of Japan. Still, the game's popularity prompted Nintendo to release a sequel, and Tomodachi Life eventually saw a global release. The 3DS title has succeeded Nintendo's sales expectations in the West, and it recently passed the 2 million sales mark in Europe. Speaking with investors, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima praised the long-term performance of the game and revealed that sales of the game in Europe have passed up those in Nintendo's home country of Japan. You can check out Kimishima's thoughts by clicking below.

Nintendo recently met with its investors to discuss the sales and finances of the company over the past year and to look ahead to the future. Nintendo's annual earnings report included a look at all of the upcoming 3DS and Wii U games currently announced, including release windows for all of the Nintendo-published titles.

If you're worried that the lineup is looking a little thin, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima says there are "many other unannounced titles, both first-party and third-party, that are proceeding with development" on 3DS. Unfortunately, the same claim was not made for Wii U. Nintendo has stated that Zelda will be the only playable game at E3, but we could still see announcements for other games at the event, and it's possible we'll learn more about the upcoming 3DS lineup then.

The beloved Pokémon franchise celebrated its 20th anniversary on February 27th, and Nintendo honored the occasion by releasing Pokémon Red, Blue (or Green in Japan), and Yellow on Nintendo 3DS eShop with added support for wireless trading and battling. The classic Pokémon games that started it all sold more copies in their first week than any other 3DS eShop title, and Nintendo has since revealed that they have sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide.

Over half of these sales are from North America alone. This, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima asserts, is due to the fact that Pokémon has been the subject of much attention in America since the start of the year, helping Nintendo "appeal to the nostalgia of consumers who played these titles when they first came out."

Nintendo recently held their quarterly investor's meeting, and as they prepare to launch a new console codenamed "NX" in the coming year, it naturally bore an unusually high volume of news—26 stories, to be exact. It's been just over twelve hours since the meeting began, so catching up to all that information can be extremely daunting. Luckily, this article right here is your one-stop shop to catch up on everything that we learned from the long night of news. So head past the jump and read all about it!

During last month's Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced that Game Freak, the developer of the Pokémon franchise, was working on a new downloadable title called Pocket Card Jockey; now, Nintendo has announced that the game will be available in North America next week.

Pocket Card Jockey will launch on the 3DS eShop on May 5th in North America; that's the same day as the European release date, which was announced last week. If you're still not sold on the title, there is also a demo for the game that is currently available on the 3DS eShop.

For the past two years, Nintendo has been giving their customers the chance to expand the amount of content available in their games thanks to DLC and their new Amiibo figures. According to Nintendo's newly-released financial report, the company will be continuing to take advantage of both of these ideas during the next fiscal year. The report states that Nintendo will be expanding the Amiibo product line-up while also providing new experiences that use the figures; it also stated that Nintendo will continue to release new downloadable content for their games to "enhance the characteristics of each game" and "maintain their popularity." Head inside to check out an excerpt from the report.