Tag Archives: 3DS
Nintendo has a brand new survey they are asking gamers to fill out. It goes over a broad range of topics from: Nintendo’s E3, Amiibo, purchase intent, most interesting titles, and more. Surveys like this can shape what Nintendo does in the future, so you might want to fill it out here. Via: Twinfiite
Square Enix has uploaded a brand new trailer for Dragon Quest X on the Nintendo 3DS. Check it out below (and let’s keep the ‘I hope it comes to the west’ to a minimum please, we all want this game to come over and everyone has heard it a million times.)
Best Buy had a major fail this weekend with their buy 1 get 1 free deal on select 1st party 3DS games. At my local Best Buy, not only did the only have two copies of The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds, half the games on the promotion were not in stock. And I don’t live in a small town, there are around 400,000 people here, more if you count the smaller towns that commute to the city.
Nintendo will be peforming maintenance on the 3DS, Wii U, Wii, and DS today. Hit the link to check out the times and areas effected.
Siliconera has revealed some sales details for Yokai Watch 2 on the Nintendo 3DS. Get the bullet point list below.
Masahiro Sakurai has posted a new Miiverse post detailing Robin’s Nosferatu Dark Magic. And ever so slightly has hinted about the next Fire Emblem game.
Welcome to the latest edition of Nintendo Enthusiast – Week in Review. Shawn Long breaks down the big Nintendo news of the week with NPD numbers break down, new Smash Characters, Fatal Frame, and much more. Be sure to watch til the end to see if you are the winner of the $5 eShop giveaway!
Cobanermani456 had the opportunity to play Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric & Shattered Crystal at E3 so we thought we’d invite him to join us in our latest discussion of the games. We cover both versions and talk about what they do well and what are some issues. How is the music? Which is better? All this and more in our newest guest discussion!
Wii U blazes a comeback trail, 3DS is kicking, Yokai Watch 2 goes Ham, NPD numbers, and How the Wii U is NOT dead….plus…..Nintendo is NOT doomed. Subscribe to PE Nintendo for more awesome content.
Macintyre Productions goes over why Metroid will be coming to the Wii U and 3DS sooner than you think.
Nintendo World Report has released 8 minutes of new footage from Super Smash Bros. for 3DS. Check it out below.
Image & Form is currently working on giving 3DS owners of SteamWorld Dig a discount if they upgrade to the Wii U version this fall.
Just as a friendly reminder, the Buy 1 get 1 free on first party 3DS games starts this Sunday at Best Buy. Awesome first party titles like Bravely Default, The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds, and Pokemon X/Y are all part of the deal. I’ll be picking up Zelda and Kirby Triple Deluxe myself. What are you guys going to get?
Nintendo has started up a brand new Miiverse event called ‘Camp Miiverse’. This camp will allow fans to participate in different gaming events across all of Nintendo’s social networks for the next few weeks. Anyone can join in on the action as long as you have the game being played for the event. Get the full overview and first event details below.
Earlier it was reported that CoroCoro will reveal all the stages, items, and characters for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS. But that is not correct, CoroCoro will recap all the information Nintendo has revealed up until this point. Via: GoNintendo, Source: Reddit
While the Wii U might not be the best selling platform on the market, you can’t deny things are on the upswing, especially when compared to last year. The June NPD has revealed that the Wii U sold 140,000 units, that is up 233% from last year. The 3DS managed to sell 150,000 units, which is up 55% from last month. This is the first time in 2014 the Wii U managed to sell up near 3DS levels. Combined, Nintendo sold the most current generation hardware in the industry. Source: NeoGAF
Nintendo has provided some sales numbers on the two SKUs in the top 10 for June NPD. Tomodachi Life sold an impressive 175,000 units physical and retails combined. While Mario Kart 8 continued its impressive streak selling 470,000 units. That brings the life-to-date numbers of the racer to 885,000 units in North America. Nintendo issued a statement on the June 2014 NPD below.