Tag Archives: 3DS
Assist Me is back for the latest Smash Brothers! Wanna take your Smash Bros game even further?
Source: Maximilian Dood
In an interview with the AP, Nintendo Legend Shigeru Miyamoto hinted that the next-true Mario game might be released on the Wii U’s successor. Get Miyamoto’s full quotes below, as well as my own thoughts.
Nintendo has shared an infograph showing off their games accorss 3DS and Wii U that have a 85% score or higher, compared to all other current-gen consoles. According to the graph, Nintendo has 19 titles (8 Wii U, 11 3DS) that have reached this feat.
As a side note, this graph doesn’t include great games like The Wonderful 101, Shin Megami Tensei IV, Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze, Lego City Undercover, Deus Ex Human Revolution Director’s cut, and various eShop titles such as Pushmo or Shovel Knight. (due to being eShop or right under the metacritic required average)
The Atelier series has always been exclusive to Sony consoles, but Atelier Rorona will be making its way to the Nintendo 3DS on March 26th, 2015 in Japan. The JRPG deals with the daily life of being an alchemist. You acquire new potions, battle enemies and travel the world with your friends.
The 3DS has been a shining beacon for JRPGs this generation, with many Japanese developers opting to put titles on Nintendo’s 3D device. Persona Q, which launched this year for the 3DS, also was the first entry in the franchise to hit a Nintendo platform. Via: Nintendo Enthusiast, Thanks to Prime313 for the tip!
Nintendo of Europe has confirmed the crazy Mii simulator Tomodachi Life has sold over 1,000,000 copies in Europe. Congrats to all the developers who worked on the game! That is quite the accomplishment for such a strange, yet fun game. Via: GoNintendo, Source: Nintendo of Europe
The hunt is on for awesome Pokémon in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire! Discover the mysteries of Mirage Spots, where Legendary Pokémon can be encountered on your journey, and unlock the secrets of Mega Evolution with the complete Mega Stone discovery guide.
Source: The Official Pokemon Channel
What was your favorite game this year? Club Nintendo asked thousands of members the same question to create a Fan Faves list for 2014, and we rolled up the top choices in our Fan Faves video.
The AP via Yahoo sat down with Legendary game producer Shigeru Miyamoto to talk all things Nintendo. Miyamoto discusses the firm’s 2015 lineup, amiibo and more. Check out the full interview below.
YouTuber oldenvye6432 has a brand new video detailing some of the latest Nintendo news for the past week. Check it out below.
shofu takes on all challengers in Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire Wi-Fi battles.
EWNetwork discusses a story about a guy who hacked Mega Man in Super Smash Bros Brawl. Warning, Strong Language
Its’ the Final’s for the first Smash Bros. Invitational for Wii U. We’ve got Mr. R with Sheik, and Esam with a lighting quick Pikachu. Who wins, find out below!
Nintendo of France general manager Philippe Lavoue has given more sales numbers for the firm’s products. Some of the highlights include amiibo being deemed “successful”, 490,000 Wii U’s sold, and Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire selling over 400,000 units in three weeks. Get the full list of sales numbers below.
Nintendo has finally brought over the popular Cat Mario show from Japan to the west. This episode has some nice little tips on Super Mario 3D World. Check out the first episode in English below.
Source: Nintendo Family Channel
Get a look at new Wii U and Nintendo 3DS games in this quick-look video series from your friends at Nintendo!
Source: Nintendo Family Channel
In an interview with iJustine, Shigeru Miyamoto admitted Nintendo has to get better at launching their games worldwide due to the spread of information on the internet (Around the 11:45 mark). Super Smash Bros. for Wii U did a good job of launching in all regions fairly close to each other, they even brought the release date forward in Europe. Mario Kart 8 was also really good with a day or two separating Japan and the rest of the world. DKC Tropical Freeze was out in all regions within a week or so, however, Hyrule Warriors, Bayonetta 2, and Captain Toad had major delays between releases.
It’s good to hear Miyamoto-san admit that Nintendo needs to do a better job at worldwide launches. Next year brings Xenoblade Chronicles X, Zelda Wii U, Splatoon, Mario Maker, Yoshi’s Wooly World, Kirby, Devil’s Third, Star Fox, and more. I would hate to have any large delays between the release of those games worldwide.
iJustine, the popular YouTuber, sat down with Shigeru Miyamoto to talk Nintendo’s 2015 lineup.
Smash History: Bowser + Bowser Jr. (Super Smash Bros 3DS and Wii U Move Analysis) – The Game Theorists
The Game Theorists break down the history of Bowser and his moveset in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS.
Source: The Game Theorists
Hi, here’s video three in our GOTY series! So excited to share our picks for our favorite Wii U games of 2014. Also, can you guys believe how the Super Sixteen Showdown is shaping up?! Thank you so much for voting and participating and remember to keep tweeting us with your picks for this round. Hope you enjoy the video and we’ll see you later!
Nintendo has produced a list of the top 10 most popular searches on Miiverse for 2014. Check out the full list below.
Yokai Watch 2 is without a doubt, one of the most successful newer IPs ever. In Japan alone, the game’s multiple versions have combined to sell over 5 million units. If you add in Yokai Watch 1, the franchise has sold over 6 million units in a little over a year’s time. Level-5 announced the good news today on their official game site. Via: Nintendo Everything