Tag Archives: 3DS
Destructoid has served up more gameplay details on Code Name Steam for the 3DS. Get the highlights below.
“Alex (@Alex_Olney) explains the reasons you might want a New 3DS, the Wii U’s stability, Nintendo’s unfortunate situation in Brazil, and charging options for Nintendo’s latest handheld.”
Rahming over at Nintendo Enthusiast has penned an interesting article discussing Dan Adelman’s recent comments about Nintendo’s third-party situation. Read the article over at Nintendo Enthusiast, then come back to PE to discuss (it’s not that long).
Alex (@Alex_Olney gets a little bit over-excited discussing just some of the reasons why you should consider buying Nintendo this year.
We talk all about the reveal of the latest game in the Fire Emblem series. What are we hoping the game brings to the series? Will the game have multiple story paths? And just what did happen to Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem? All this and more in our newest Fire Emblem discussion!
Alex (@Alex_Olney) ponders the possibilities of an F-Zero X remake, the saving system in Majora’s Mask 3D, Daisy arriving in Super Smash Bros., and the rumours around Earthbound Forever.
Punch-Out!!! on Wii U ($9.99) headlines Nintendo eShop “Throwback Sale” for week 2. Get all the deals across 3DS and Wii U past the link.
Game Theory discusses the Pokemon franchise in a brand new episode.
Source: The Game Theorists
Nintendo of France has stated that amiibo has over 200,000 amiibo figures so far in France. Amiibo is without a doubt a huge hit, as Nintendo of America announced amiibo has sold over 2.6 million units in the U.S. alone. Via: Nintendo, Source: jdli
Apex 2015 is set to be the biggest Smash Bros. tourney yet, with Super Smash Bros. 64, Melee and Wii U all set for the event. Nintendo is even sponsoring this year’s event that might come with a little surprise. However, there has been some controversy surrounding Apex Tournament CEO Johnathan “Alex Strife” Lugo. Apparently, accusations against Lugo of harassment from various women in the Smash community have surfaced. So much so, that Lugo has resigned. More details past the link.
Bertil Horberg, the creator of Gunman Clive 2 has revealed that his game will launch on January 29th in North America and Europe.
US version has also passed lotcheck! It will release in booth regions next week on the 29th
— Bertil Hörberg (@BertilHrberg) January 20, 2015
Get to know some of the squad members in Code Name S.T.E.A.M.. Nintendo has profiled Tiger Lily in this new Twitter post.
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) January 20, 2015
Famitsu has revealed that Edea Lee will be returning as a main character in Bravely Second. Lee is now the leader of Imperial Knights and is slightly older in this game. However, we don’t know if she is playable at this point. There is also a new barter sub-scenario system and Pastry Chef job. More details on Bravely Second will be revealed next week, the game launches on April 23rd. Via: MNN
“Club Nintendo is dead! We discuss what this means, and what Nintendo’s future loyalty program could look like–could there by more future digital rewards like Mewtwo in Smash Bros? All this and more in our Club Nintendo discussion.”
Nintendo has announced for all regions that Club Nintendo will be discontinued in the next couple months. The Big N plans to implement a new rewards program, details on that program will be revealed at a later date. Get all the information you need to know about starts, dates, rewards and more past the link.
Hi Everyone, new year new hardware!! We were excited to get some hands on time with the New Nintendo 3DS XL this week. We wanted to unbox the new system for you and also give you all the details on what’s new on the hardware and the new The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D. Let us know what feature on the New Nintendo 3DS XL you are most excited about in the comments below.
Yokai Watch 2 and Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire sold big in Japan. According to the Media Create, those two games (and their various versions) made up nearly half of software sales in Japan for the holiday period. More details past the link.
GameXplain has uploaded more footage of Code Name Steam for the Nintendo 3DS. This time, we’ve got nearly 8 minutes of new gameplay footage from the first mission. Code Name Steam hits the Nintendo 3DS this March in North America.