Launch (March 3): The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Nobunaga’s Ambition: Sphere of Influence with Power Up Kit I Am Setsuna Puyo Puyo Tetris S Disgaea 5 Romance of the Three Kingdoms 13 with Power Up Kit Super Bomberman R Dragon Quest Heroes I & II Snipperclips 1-2-Switch
April 28: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Spring: Minna de Waiwai! Spelunker ARMS
Summer: Splatoon 2
Winter: Super Mario Odyssey
2017: Xenoblade 2
TBD: Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Newest title in Shin Megami Tensei series Project Octopath Traveler Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers NBA 2k18 BlazBlue FIFA Sonic Mania Dragon Quest XI Dragon Quest X Fire Emblem Musou (Warriors) Project Sonic 2017 Derby Stallion Taiko no Tatsujin Arcade Archives “Tales of” series Story of Seasons (Harvest Moon) The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Minecraft
〒 is a symbol of all the postal business in Japan, so all the official post boxes have this symbol, not to mention all the post offices anywhere in Japan. We sometimes add this symbol when writing a zip code to make it clear the following numbers are zip code.
Long time ago, the ministry that dealt with all the postal service, telegram and telephone services was named TEISHIN ministry. This symbol is from its initial katakana character of Teishin(テイシン).
With Japanese typing software, we can type 〒 by typing yuubin, which means *postal* in Japanese. I wonder if your computer recognize and show you this symbol appropriately:/
SEA.TIF, from volume 11 of the Fujitsu Free Software Collection (Japanese language, 1995), retrieved via cd.textfiles.com. Artist credit “Aki.”; info, from the artist (apologies for cleaned-up Google Translate, original caption was in Japanese):
“Night of the sea” 1993 (SEA.TIF) The time of slump.