The weekly hardware and software sales numbers from Japan are in, courtesy of Media Create, and recently-unveiled 3DS title Kirby: Planet Robobot made its Japanese debut. The latest Kirby adventure was the top-selling game on a single platform and number two overall with over 144,000 sales at launch. Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball 2016 sold over 240,000 copies between its PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Vita versions, taking the overall top spot.

In hardware, PlayStation 4 saw its sales jump by 8,000 over last week, once again making it number one. Hardware sales were up nearly across the board, with 3DS sales jumping up by 7,000 units over last week (likely fueled by Planet Robobot's release) and Vita sales increasing by nearly 8,000. You can check out the full breakdown by clicking below.

According to a set of recent comments on Twitter and NeoGAF, publisher Limited Run Games is interested in giving digital-only titles Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies physical releases, as well as a handful of other titles. Limited Run Games is a publisher known for giving physical releases to digital-only titles, such as Oddworld: New N' Tasty and Futuridium EP Deluxe; however, they've previously only released titles for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, so releases of Fatal Frame and Ace Attorney would be their first Wii U and 3DS titles. Head inside for more.

Atlus has just revealed that the next iteration of their well-regarded Persona series, Persona 5, is launching on September 15th in Japan for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Accompanying this announcement, they released a new, absolutely gorgeous (Japanese) trailer for the upcoming game. It's an explosion of color, drawing sharp contrast with the Shin Megami Tensei series, of which Persona is a spin-off. Unfortunately we don't have a Western release date yet, but Persona 5 will be present at E3, so the chances are big that that's the moment the date will be revealed.

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Two of Fallout 4's planned DLC packages are out, and now Bethesda has announced when the third will be launching. In Far Harbor, players will explore an island and try to help solve the mystery of a missing woman with the help of Nick Valentine. The new trailer for the expansion shows off some of the water-dwelling creatures you will encounter, as well as some dramatic character interaction.

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An actor named Cort King recently uploaded a photo to his Instagram account with a caption claiming that he is playing the role of a new main character in the upcoming Watch Dogs 2. Hours after uploading the photo, he set his account to private, and neither Cort King nor Ubisoft have commented on the incident since. The photo was captioned with "Had a blast doing motion capture work as the lead character in a new video game series!" and "#WatchDogs2," and it was accompanied with a 3D model of a character wearing sunglasses and a bandana, exactly in the style of the original Watch Dogs.

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The long-running, iconic Doom franchise is set to make its big return to the gaming world on May 13th when developer id Software and publisher Bethesda Softworks unleash the self-titled reboot on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Even though we're still over a week away from DOOM's release, Bethesda has seen fit to release an early launch trailer. The minute-long promo give an intense look at the game's brutal, demonic combat. You can watch by clicking below!

Stardew Valley has seen some massive popularity, hitting over a million copies sold back in April. And while there were some rumors that the game would be receiving multiplayer, those rumors have now been confirmed via the official development blog. The blog post specified post-launch plans, which include a massive gameplay and content update, co-op multiplayer, and finally ports to Mac, Linux, and consoles. There is no timeline yet, but we do know that Stardew Valley's publisher and developer of Starbound, Chucklefish, is currently working on the technical side of multiplayer so the game's primary developer can focus on content. 

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Back in February, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced that Star Wars: The Force Awakens would be getting its own LEGO game. In honor of Star Wars Day, IGN recently interviewed LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens' director, who showed off eight minutes of brand new footage from the game. In the video, you start off on the planet of Jakku as Poe Dameron and BB-8, where the director shows off some of the gameplay. The game features that classic LEGO humor and introduces the players to some brand new features, like BB-8's ability to charge vehicles.

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Publisher Activision has revealed to Videogamer that their upcoming title Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will not support cooperative gameplay in campaign mode (something which has featured in Black Ops III). They clarified by stating that the game's only cooperative campaign-style mode would be the game's take on the franchise's Zombie Mode.

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It's been just over two years since Sony first debuted PlayStation Now, and the game streaming service is now a much better value than at launch. By expanding the Now library to over 365 games and offering better payment options (like a Netflix-style monthly subscription rate), Sony has turned PlayStation Now into a fantastic service. Sony's now looking to expand PlayStation Now's reach even further by adding 21 more kids games (all rated either E or E10 by the ESRB) to the service just in time for Summer, bringing the total of kid-friendly games to 85. You can check out a trailer for PlayStation Now's kid-friendly lineup by clicking below.

It's only a couple of days now until DICE formally reveals Battlefield 5 at a "World Premiere Event." To celebrate, the company is releasing some free DLC for Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline. From May 3rd to May 10th, players can download the Dragon's Teeth expansion, featuring four urban maps in an Asian Pacific setting. It will also introduce a new game mode called Chain Link, in which players must act fast as a team in order to capture points.

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Dead Island was sort of an enigma when it first came out in 2011. On one hand, it received fairly middling reviews from both critics and audiences. On the other hand, it was an open-world RPG/survival horror hybrid with an undoubtedly unique combat system, immediately granting itself status as a cult classic. Deep Silver has deemed both Dead Island and its sequel, Dead Island: Riptide, worthy of an updated remake for modern consoles in Dead Island Definitive Collection. A new trailer for the remake was revealed today, showcasing some of the improvements made to the game.

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Bethesda has announced that Dishonored 2, a sequel to the 2012 stealth action-adventure title Dishonored, will be premiering its gameplay at E3 2016. The game itself will be launching on November 11th, 2016 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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A new Overwatch trailer has been released that goes into the game's lore and backstory. Winston, one of the playable characters, talks about the origins of Overwatch, and how they were formed to save humanity from the Omnic, the game's villains. Overwatch is a first-person multiplayer shooter that puts player against player in colorful, online battles. An open beta runs from May 5th to May 9th, ahead of the game's PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC launch on May 24th.

In a post to fans of the official Rocket League Facebook page, developer Psyonix revealed yesterday (May 2nd) that their hit vehicle-based soccer title has surpassed a milestone of 15 million players worldwide. Psyonix continues to support the game post-release, recently launching a basketball mode called Hoops and fostering the game's reputation as an eSport. "From all of us at Psyonix," reads the Facebook post, "Thank you very much!" Are you one of the 15 million playing Rocket League? Let us know in the comments.