This Week In Imports: Hopefully, No Real-Life Disaster Reports In Japan


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After 8 long years, Disaster Report 4 is finally ready to release as Disaster Report 4 Plus on PlayStation 4. Following in the tradition of the rest of the series, players can look for over-exaggerated action setpieces in a broken city, alongside numerous moments of downtime for you to reflect on the aftermath of the disaster. Sprinkle on lots of zany dialogue choices that may or may not affect the story in the long run, and a whole lot of ambition coupled with lots of framerate drops, and you have a game that has a lot of heart.


Apart from Disaster Report 4 Plus, Shenmue I & II is releasing in Japanese this week, as well as the 3DS version of Neko Tomo. Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is also getting a price drop as per Capcom’s usual tactics.


As a reminder, Siliconera gets a small portion pocket change from your purchases from our Play-Asia links below. You can also save $3 by using the code “SILICON” by using the coupon button at the payment method selection screen.


Here are the full releases this week:

Nintendo Switch

NariKids Park: Ultraman R/B (+ eShop version)

NariKids Park: Kaitou Sentai Lupinger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger (+ eShop version)

NariKids Park: Hugtto! PreCure (+ eShop version)

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers (Best Price) (+ eShop version)

Sangoku Rensenki: Otome no Heihou!

Nintendo Switch + Fortnite Battle Royale Set (My Nintendo limited edition)


PlayStation 4

Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories (+ PS Store version)

Shenmue I & II (+ PS Store version)

Hanasaki Work Spring!

Hatsujou Sprinkle (+ PS Store version)


PS Store Only (PS4)

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition


Nintendo 3DS

Neko Tomo (+ eShop version)


PlayStation Vita

Hatsujou Sprinkle (+ PS Store version)

Alistair Wong
Very avid gamer with writing tendencies. Fan of Rockman and Pokémon and lots more!