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  1. Nothing from Nintendolife yet, but confirmed so far this week: 3DS and Wii U cross-buy OlliOlli (£7.99) Mario vs Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars OK, here's the real list, from Nintendolife (No Mario vs DK? Odd. OlliOlli cheaper than expected for first two weeks too): Wii U eShop OlliOlli (Curve Digital, €8.49 / £6.79 until 19th March, then €9.99 / £7.99) - The popular twitch-reflect skateboarding title from Roll7 makes its way to Nintendo hardware, with a while load of tricks, combos and grinds to master. It features tricky stages, online leaderboards and daily online challenges to take on, all with tight controls; critically acclaimed on PSN, we'll let you know how it stacks up on Wii U. You could always check out our preview while you wait. Available in cross-buy - purchase on Wii U or 3DS and get the other version free, both on the same Nintendo Network ID. BLOK DROP X TWISTED FUSION (RCMADIAX, €2.99 / £2.69) - As the name makes clear this blends the Nintendo Web Framework falling block puzzler with the upcoming Twisted Fusion; it applies some twists to the minimalist puzzling of the first RCMADIAX title. We rather like this in ourBLOK DROP X TWISTED FUSION review. Wii U Virtual Console Flying Dragon: The Secret Scroll (Culture Brain, €4.99 / £3.49) - This title never made it to Europe when it was originally released in the late '80s, giving the region a first look at its blend of sidescrolling stages and one-on-one fights. We'll summon our inner-Ninja and bring you a review soon. This is the US version of the game. Kung-Fu Heroes (Culture Brain, €4.99 / £3.49) - Another NES title that wasn't originally released in Europe, this one adopts a top-down performance and is primarily an action beat 'em up, with plenty of retro style. We'll crack some skulls and bring you a review. This is the US version of the game. Wii U eShop Temporary Discounts Master Reboot (Wales Interactive, €5.99 / £4.99 until 1st April, normally €11.99 / £9.99) Tengami (Nyamyam, €3.99 / £3.49 until 12th March, normally €7.99 / £6.99) 3DS eShop OlliOlli (Curve Digital, €8.49 / £6.79 until 19th March, then €9.99 / £7.99) - The same game on the go, this does have a slightly more zoomed out perspective, yet otherwise has all of the same dual screen and online features. We'll bring you a review soon, and also covered this portable entry in the preview linked above. Available in cross-buy - purchase on Wii U or 3DS and get the other version free, both on the same Nintendo Network ID. Proun+ (Engine Software, €4.99 / £4.50 until 19th March, then €5.99 / £5.39) - Originally on smart devices, this has a simple momentum-based concept in which you guide a ball along tricky on-rails courses, trying to avoid obstacles as your speed increases. It's a simple concept infused with stylish visuals and an excellent soundtrack - we'll bring you a review soon, but we certainly enjoyed our time with this for our Proun+ preview. Music On: Electric Guitar (Abylight, €1.99 / £1.89) - Originally part of a series of releases on DSiWare, this allows you to recreate chords, pedal effects and more on your 3DS, a virtual stylus-based guitar to replace your air variation. Back in the day we thought this was solid enough, but will bust out some tunes for a review of this updated version. League of Heroes (Gamelion, €3.99 / £3.59) - This is a relatively simple hack 'n slash top-down experience, and includes some abilities to improve armour and abilities that bring the Monster Hunter series to mind. We gave this a reasonable recommendation in our League of Heroes review, highlighting a lack of depth in gameplay as a shortcoming. 3DS Retail Download Cooking Mama 5: Bon Appétit (Nintendo, €29.99 / £24.99) - The latest entry in the popular series, which is packed with positive reinforcement and cuteness; we gave this a solid recommendation in our Cooking Mama 5 review. Available from 6th March. Gardening Mama 2: Forest Friends (Nintendo, €29.99 / £24.99) - Available from 6th March. Best of Casual Games (Bigben Interactive, €24.99 / £19.99) Hollywood Fame: Hidden Object Adventure (Bigben Interactive, €24.99 / £19.99) 3DS Retail DLC Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call (Square Enix, €0.99 / £0.89) - The following tracks will be available to buy: Hills of Radiant Winds BMS Into the Thick of It FMS Battle with Magus BMS Beat Them Up! BMS Apoplexy BMS Assault BMS 3DS eShop Temporary Discounts WAKEDAS (Circle Entertainment, €1.99 / £1.79 until 26th March, normally €2.99 / £2.50) Witch & Hero (Circle Entertainment, €1.99 / £1.79 until 26th March, normally €4.00 / £3.60) World Conqueror 3D (Circle Entertainment, €3.99 / £3.59 until 26th March, normally €4.99 / £4.29)
  2. This week, from Nintendolife, some 60Hz SNES games and MOAR HYRULE WARRIORS: Wii U eShop SDK Paint (HullBreach Studios, €4.49 / £3.99) - This app is another that aims to take advantage of the GamePad's touchscreen, enabling artists to express themselves and share their creations on Miiverse. It has its own unique approach and is regularly updated, though we only gave it a modest recommendation when it arrived in North America last year; you can check out our SDK Paint review for the full lowdown. Wii U Virtual Console Pac-Attack (Bandai Namco, €7.99 / £5.49) - No self-respecting mascot in the days of yore could be considered a major character unless they had their own puzzle game, and Pac-Attack fills that gap on SNES. While on the surface it looks like any other falling block puzzle game, this one actually has its own quirks and twists on the formula - we'll check it out again, but in the meantime you can learn more in our Wii Virtual Console Pac-Attack review. This is the US version of the game. Cybernator (Konami, €7.99 / £5.49) - If you like 16-bit visuals and robots, this could be the game for you. An action shooter with some scrolling levels and platforming sections, showing off much of what was so much fun in the era. We'll check it out again, but we also gave it a strong recommendation in our Wii Virtual Console Cybernator review. This is the US version of the game. Wii U DLC Hyrule Warriors (Koei Tecmo, €2.99 / £2.69, or free with a Season Pass) - Two new Challenge Modes (Boss Challenge and Ganon's Fury) with five new alternatively-coloured costumes as rewards. Each mode contains three battle types across three difficulty levels, as well as one extra-difficult scenario. Wii U eShop Temporary Discount Rock Zombie (EnjoyUp Games, €3.99 / £3.59 until 26th March, normally €6.99 / £6.29) 3DS eShop Titan Attacks! (Curve Digital, €9.99 / £7.99) - Previously on PSN, this is a modern spin on the classic Space Invaders formula with 100 levels, boss fights, multiple environments and the option to earn in-game credit and buy power-ups for your ship - online leaderboards are also thrown in. We've enjoyed this and its chunky, colourful pixels on other systems, but we'll see how it stacks up on 3DS in our review. Zombie Incident (Coderchild, €1.99 / £1.99) - We don't know much about this aside from the fact you guide a heroine on a quest to retrieve 8 stars, but check out the following description from the developer: "Hamartia, the great citadel, became the symbol of human sin. After centuries of excesses its penance was going to come. In the darkness of the night, chaos invaded everything. Beasts started to scream. Nothing was like before! No one sane would go to that place." Crikey. Mes Comptines (Ringzero Games, €4.99 / £4.49) - This is a simple rhythm game for children that includes 17 nursery rhymes; as an experience for the youngest gamers it works pretty well. We gave it a thumbs up in our Mes Comptines review. Best of Arcade Games - Tetraminos (Bigben Interactive, €9.99 / £8.99) - This series of re-jigged classics continues with some block placing puzzle shenanigans. We've been underwhelmed by some other entries in this series, with will - as always - give it a go for review. 3DS Retail Download Hello Kitty & Sanrio Friends 3D Racing (Pqube, €39.99 / £29.99) 3DS eShop Temporary Discounts Mystery Case Files: Ravenhearst (MSL, €4.99 / £4.49 until 26th March, normally €11.99 / £10.79) Hidden Expedition Titanic (MSL, €3.99 / £3.59 until 26th March, normally €11.99 / £10.79) Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove (MSL, €2.99 / £2.69 until 26th March, normally €11.99 / £10.79) 4 Elements (MSL, €2.99 / £2.69 until 26th March, normally €12.00 / £10.79) Jewel Quest 4 Heritage (MSL, €2.99 / £2.69 until 26th March, normally €11.99 / £10.79) Jewel Quest: The Sapphire Dragon (MSL, €4.99 / £4.49 until 26th March, normally €11.99 / £10.79) Jewel Quest Mysteries 3 - The Seventh Gate (MSL, €2.99 / £2.69 until 26th March, normally €11.99 / £10.79) Luxor (MSL, €2.99 / £2.69 until 26th March, normally €11.99 / £10.79) Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst (MSL, €4.99 / £4.49 until 26th March, normally €11.99 / £10.79) Secret Mysteries in London (MSL, €2.99 / £2.69 until 26th March, normally €11.99 / £10.79) Azada (MSL, €2.99 / £2.69 until 26th March, normally €11.99 / £10.79) Beyblade Evolution (Rising Star Games, €7.99 / £7.99 until 5th March, normally €19.99 / £19.99) BIT.TRIP SAGA (Rising Star Games, €4.99 / £4.49 until 5th March, normally €19.99 / £17.99) Girls' Fashion Shoot (Rising Star Games, €4.99 / £4.49 until 5th March, normally €19.99 / £19.99) Virtue's Last Reward (Rising Star Games, €9.99 / £7.99 until 5th March, normally €24.99 / £19.99) Super Black Bass 3D (Rising Star Games, €4.99 / £4.49 until 5th March, normally €19.99 / £17.99) Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns (Rising Star Games, €9.99 / £8.99 until 5th March, normally €19.99 / £17.99) Hometown Story (Rising Star Games, €14.99 / £14.99 until 5th March, normally €29.99 / £29.99) Brutus & Futée (Microids, €1.99 / £1.79 until 26th March, normally €6.99 / £6.29) 2 Fast 4 Gnomz (QubicGames, €2.99 / £2.69 until 19th March, normally €4.99 / £4.49) Monster Combine TD (Collavier Corporation, €2.65 / £2.13 until 12th March, normally €3.99 / £3.19) Aqua Moto Racing 3D (Zordix AB, €3.99 / £3.59 until 5th March, normally €7.99 / £7.19) 3D Game Collection (Joindots, €4.99 / £3.69 until 12th March, normally €6.99 / £4.99) Funfair Party Games (Joindots, €4.99 / £3.69 until 12th March, normally €6.99 / £4.99) Gardenscapes (Joindots, €5.99 / £4.49 until 12th March, normally €7.99 / £5.99) Jewel Match 3 (Joindots, €4.99 / £3.99 until 12th March, normally €6.99 / £4.99) Safari Quest (Joindots, €4.99 / £3.99 until 12th March, normally €6.99 / £4.99) 3DS eShop Permanent Discount Van Helsing sniper Zx100 (EnjoyUp Games, €2.99 / £2.69, was €6.66 / £6.66) 3DS HOME Themes Craft Paper Kirby (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) Kirby Sweet Gourmet Race (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) Smiling Kirby (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79)
  3. Theatrhythm fans should know what this means... rhythm action game with music from Dragon Quest! No western release date yet though.
  4. This week, many, many discounts, a Wii game that isn't discounted, and Castlevania HoD if you pay in dollars? Erm. From Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Kirby's Adventure Wii (Nintendo, €19.99 / £17.99) - There doesn't appear to be a launch discount for this Wii download, but it gives European gamers some fun Kirby time while North America looks ahead to Kirby and the Rainbow Curse this week. This is a fairly straight Kirby platforming adventure, with the usual controls, abilities and gameplay that can be either accessible or pretty challenging, depending on your approach. We were huge fans of this Wii title in our review. Puzzle Monkeys (Log Games, €2.99 / £2.99) - Another puzzle title on the eShop, this time with coloured falling blocks that need to be matched up in groups of three, with the promise that it'll take advantage of both button and touch screen inputs. There are two modes and online leaderboards, but we'll let you know whether it's all monkey business in our review. Wii U Virtual Console Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance (Konami, $7.99) — The second Game Boy Advance entry in the trilogy, this one perhaps has a little graphical bump over its predecessor while serving up more of the series' action-exploration platforming; you play as the peculiarly named Juste Belmont trying to rescue a friend. They must be some friend to support that crazy name. We were full of praise for this adventure in our Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance review. Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts (Capcom, €6.99 / £6.29) — This is the Game Boy Advance re-release of the iconic SNES game; with terrific sprite graphics and classic music to help you along, we suspect this one will make liberal use of the Wii U save state and restore point functionality. An addition in this version is the Arrange Mode, which throws in tougher levels and bosses from other games in the franchise. We'll review this version, but in the meantime you can check out our glowing recommendation for the SNES original. Wii U eShop Demo Citizens of Earth (Atlus, free) Wii U eShop Temporary Discounts Angry Birds Star Wars (Activision, €29.99 / £24.99 until 5th March, normally €59.99 / £49.99) Angry Birds Trilogy (Activision, €19.99 / £14.99 until 5th March, normally €39.99 / £29.99) Batman: Arkham City Armoured Edition (WB Games, €19.99 / £15.99 until 4th March, normally €59.99 / £49.99) Batman: Arkham Origins (WB Games, €19.99 / £15.99 until 4th March, normally €59.99 / £49.99) Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate Deluxe Edition (WB Games, €14.99 / £10.99 until 4th March, normally €19.99 / £15.99) Game Party Champions (WB Games, €19.99 / £15.99 until 4th March, normally €29.99 / £19.99) Hot Wheels World's Best Driver (WB Games, €19.99 / £15.99 until 4th March, normally €39.99 / £29.99) Injustice: Gods Among Us (WB Games, €29.99 / £19.99 until 4th March, normally €59.99 / £49.99) LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (WB Games, €29.99 / £19.99 until 4th March, normally €49.99 / £44.99) LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (WB Games, €29.99 / £19.99 until 4th March, normally €49.99 / £39.99) LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (WB Games, €44.99 / £34.99 until 4th March, normally €49.99 / £44.99) LEGO The Hobbit (WB Games, €29.99 / £19.99 until 4th March, normally €49.99 / £39.99) SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton's Robotic Revenge(Activision, €24.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €49.99 / £39.99) The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Activision, €29.99 / £24.99 until 5th March, normally €59.99 / £49.99) The Amazing Spider-Man: Ultimate Edition (Activision, €24.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €49.99 / £39.99) The LEGO Movie Videogame (WB Games, €29.99 / £19.99 until 4th March, normally €39.99 / £34.99) Transformers Prime (Activision, €24.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €49.99 / £39.99) Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (Activision, €29.99 / £24.99 until 5th March, normally €59.99 / £49.99) 3DS eShop Chat-A-Lot (Teyon, €3.99 / £3.59 until 5th March, will then be €7.99 / £7.19) - They chatting app promises much, with groups able to get together via the 3DS with text and voice chat options. We feel that the quality of voice chat, in particular, isn't up to snuff - we were fairly critical in our Chat-A-Lot review. Best of Arcade Games - Bubble Buster (Bigben Interactive, €9.99 / £8.99) - This series continues with another self-explanatory title, this time offering 50 levels in an Adventure mode; we'll see whether we need to burst its bubble in a review. Best of Board Games - Solitaire (Bigben Interactive, €9.99 / £8.99) - We're not short of Solitaire options on the 3DS, with this one offering five variations and an Adventure mode with 40 challenges; we'll see what cards we get in a review. 3DS Retail Downloads Flap Flap (Bigben Interactive, €7.99 / £7.19) - This will apparently be available at retail in addition to the eShop, and who are we to argue? This has Flappy Bird-esque mechanics but does at least appear to have multiple environments and something resembling a level structure. Luv Me Buddies Wonderland (O2 Games, €24.90 / £19.90) 3DS DLC The following additional tracks will all be available in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Callfrom, with each costing €0.99 / £0.89. Swivel BMS Kainé / Salvation FMS Echoes of the Spiral FMS Frog's Theme BMS Misgestalt BMS Vamo' alla flamenco BMS Song of the Ancients / Devola FMS Megalomania BMS The Ultimate Confrontation BMS The Conflict BMS Nemesis BMS The Dawn Warriors BMS 3DS eShop Temporary Discounts Angry Birds Star Wars (Activision, €25.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €39.99 / £29.99) Angry Birds Trilogy (Activision, €25.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €39.99 / £29.99) Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate (WB Games, €19.99 / £15.99 until 4th March, normally €39.99 / £34.99) Hot Wheels World's Best Driver (WB Games, €19.99 / £15.99 until 4th March, normally €29.99 / £24.99) LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Universe in Peril (WB Games, €19.99 / £15.99 until 4th March, normally €39.00 / £39.99) LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (WB Games, €34.99 / £24.99 until 4th March, normally €39.99 / £39.99) LEGO Legends of CHIMA: Laval's Journey (WB Games, €19.99 / £15.99 until 4th March, normally €39.99 / £34.99) LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids (WB Games, €29.99 / £19.99 until 4th March, normally €39.99 / £34.99) LEGO The Hobbit (WB Games, €19.99 / £15.99 until 4th March, normally €39.99 / £34.99) Moshi Monsters Moshlings Theme Park (Activision, €19.99 / £12.99 until 5th March, normally €29.99 / £19.99) Shin Megami Tensei IV (Atlus, €12.99 / £11.69 until 26th February, normally €19.99 / £17.99) Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars (Atlus, €14.99 / £13.49 until 26th February, normally €29.99 / £24.99) Snow Moto Racing 3D (Zordix AB, €3.99 / £3.59 until 26th February, normally €7.99 / £7.19) SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton's Robotic Revenge (Activision, €25.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €39.99 / £29.99) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Activision, €25.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €39.99 / £29.99) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Danger of the Ooze (Activision, €25.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €39.99 / £29.99) The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Activision, €25.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €39.99 / £29.99) The Amazing Spider-Man (Activision, €25.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €39.99 / £29.99) The LEGO Movie Videogame (WB Games, €19.99 / £15.99 until 4th March, normally €39.99 / £34.99) Toys Vs Monsters (EnjoyUp Games, €2.99 / £2.99 until 12th March, normally €3.99 / £3.99) Transformers Prime (Activision, €25.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €39.99 / £29.99) Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (Activision, €25.99 / £19.99 until 5th March, normally €39.99 / £29.99)
  5. A day late, presumably because it was a national holiday in Germany yesterday? Anyway, from Nintendolife: (Looks like a VERY busy week for the 3DS! And 3D Fantasy Zone! WoooOOoO!) Wii U eShop Blek (Broken Rules, €5.49 / £4.49) - A rather unique and promising puzzle concept previously released on iOS and Android; the concept is simply to complete and form shapes by drawing lines, but with multiple solutions and a minimalist style this aims to be an immersive, relaxing experience. We'll chill out and let you know what we think in a review. Red Riding Hood (Brave Rock Games, €0.90 / £0.66) - Effectively a visual / audio novel that utilises the GamePad, this is pitched as an entertaining story-telling approach for children; in realitywe think it's a bit rubbish. Wii U Virtual Console Blaster Master (Sunsoft, €4.99 / £3.49) — Certainly classed as one of the stronger third-party titles of the NES era, you alternate between navigating the world in a tank and on foot, with eight regions making this lengthy by 8-bit standards. Importantly, it's a lot of fun over that playtime, as our Master Blaster review explains. Mappy-Land (Bandai Namco, €4.99 / £3.49) - A surprise NES arrival, simply due to the fact it was never released on the Wii Virtual Console. It's an old-school platforming experience in which you play as "Mappy, the police mouse", with the basic premise of retrieving presents while avoiding an assortment of foes; we'll hop to it and bring you a review. Wii U eShop Temporary Discounts Trine 2: Director's Cut (Frozenbyte, €8.49 / £6.99 until 12th March, normally €16.99 / £13.99) Spy Chameleon (EnjoyUp Games, €3.99 / £3.59 until 5th March, normally €4.99 / £4.49) Spin the Bottle: Bumpie's Party (KnapNok Games, €3.99 / £3.99 until 26th February, normally €8.99 / £8.00) Knytt Underground (Ripstone, €3.99 / £3.99 until 26th February, normally €8.99 / £7.99) Wii U eShop Permanent Discount Tested With Robots! (M.R. Games, €4.99 / £4.49, was €10.00 / £9.00) 3DS eShop IronFall: Invasion (VD-Dev, free, €9.99 / £8.99 for Campaign or Multiplayer individually, €19.98 / £17.98 for both) - This action-shooter has been fairly heavily promoted by Nintendo, produced by a small studio of three and filling a notable gap in the eShop's line-up - it'll make use of the c-stick on the New Nintendo 3DS, while it includes local and online multiplayer mode for up to six alongside a single player campaign. It looks promising, but we'll see how it shapes up in our upcoming review.Available from 13th February. Kirby Fighters Deluxe (Nintendo, €6.99 / £6.29) - One of two eShop releases that delivers an extended version of a minigame from retail title Kirby: Triple Deluxe, this is a Smash Bros.-lite concept in which multiple Kirby characters - each with a copy ability - duke it out. The single-player aspect is expanded with a couple of boss battles and nine stages for each copy ability, while there are more arenas for local multiplayer matches; we were fans of this in our Kirby Fighters Deluxe review. Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe (Nintendo, €6.99 / £6.29) - The second of the spin-offs from Triple Deluxe, this is a rhythm game in which you manoeuvre with the Circle Pad and time button presses to bounce Dedede and grab stars. Like its sibling this adds plenty of content over what we saw in the original minigame, with 14 stages, lots of new music and a host of nods and fun references to various Kirby games. A twist on typical rhythm play that has fantastic music, we gave this a glowing recommendation in our Dedede's Drum Dash Deluxe review. 3D Fantasy Zone (Sega, €4.99 / £3.49) - This iconic scrolling shooter comes in remastered form thanks to the brilliant work of M2, with upgraded visuals and the now-standard 3D Sega re-release bells and whistles. We'll bring you a review soon. Undead Storm Nightmare (G-STYLE, €4.99 / £3.49) - A follow-up to DSiWare title GO Series: Undead Storm, the focus of this title is simple zombie shooting fun. With a top-down view and solid mechanics this certainly qualifies as simple fun, which we gave a recommendation in our Undead Storm: Nightmare review. Space Lift Danger Panic! (Springloaded, €2.49 / £1.99) - A rather simple arcade / sci-fi concept, ultimately, in which you tap the screen to create portals and rescue tumbling humans. Though fun this can certainly be overly repetitive - nevertheless we gave it a decent recommendation in ourSpace List Danger Panic! review. Best of Arcade Games - Air Hockey (Bigben Interactive, €9.99 / £8.99) - Another in this line of releases, this time promising 20 challenges in the simple game. Best of Board Games - Chess (Bigben Interactive, €9.99 / £8.99) - Promising plenty of challenges, 'advanced' AI and the option to switch between 2D and 3D views, this joins the small band of chess options on the eShop. Nintendo Anime Channel (Nintendo, free) - This free channel will host regular videos including Pokémon, Kirby and Inazuma Eleven. 3DS Retail Downloads The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D (Nintendo, €44.99 / £39.99) - Heavily in demand ever since The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D arrived on the current-gen portable, we now have its experimental and darker follow-up from the Nintendo 64 era. This version brings enhanced visuals and design tweaks to accommodate its new platform, but remains the same engrossing, captivating experience - we feel it's one of the definitive Legend of Zelda titles, and you can read more about it in our The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask review. Available from 13th February. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (Capcom, €44.99 / £39.99) - Just like its predecessor in the west, this is the second iteration of Capcom's fourth main entry in the series; there are plenty of spin-offs and sub-entries, naturally.It's packed with a huge amount of content, features new weapons, monsters and shakes up gameplay with greater verticality in environments. A huge title in every respect, we'll bring you our review very soon. Available from 13th February. Ace Combat Assault Horizon Legacy+ (Bandai Namco, €39.99 / £29.99) - Originally released late in the first year of the 3DS, we now have an enhanced version featuring a range of special Nintendo-themed planes that are either found in-game or unlocked at any time with the relevant amiibo toys. We rather enjoyed the original and will bring you a review of this fresh version very soon, but until then you can check out our recent first impressions article. Available from 12th February. SpongeBob HeroPants (Activision, TBC) 3DS eShop Demo Undead Storm Nightmare (G-STYLE, Free) 3DS eShop Temporary Discounts Sweet Memories Blackjack (CIRCLE Entertainment, €2.99 / £2.69 until 26th February, normally €3.99 / £3.59) Brunch Panic (CIRCLE Entertainment, €2.99 / £2.69 until 26th February, normally €3.99 / £3.35) 3DS HOME Themes Ace Combat Assault Horizon Legacy +: ACES (Bandai Namco, €0.99 / £0.79) Ace Combat Assault Horizon Legacy +: ADF-01 (Bandai Namco, €0.99 / £0.79) Ace Combat Assault Horizon Legacy +: PHOENIX (Bandai Namco, €0.99 / £0.79) Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate: Hunter's Seal (Capcom, €1.99 / £1.79) Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate: Palicoes 4 Ever(Capcom, €1.99 / £1.79) Basic Colour Set (Nintendo, free) Simple Colour Set (Nintendo, free) The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask: Dire Moon (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask: Gold Edition (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79)
  6. I know there's been a bit of discussion of this in the Trouble With Nintendo thread. But I thought it was worth spinning out into a separate discussion in the spirit of the feeling in the megathread discssion in ATF. http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2015-02-05-nintendo-clarifies-youtube-revenue-share-program-asks-users-to-delete-non-nintendo-videos So basically if you want to upload footage of a Nintendo game, then you're not allowed to have any videos of any games from any other companies on your channel at all. Also you can't even show footage from any Nintendo game, it has to be one from their seemingly arbitarily chosen list? Super Smash Bros being on Nintendo's blacklist is particularly baffling. Even Capcom managed to realise the benefits of online videos for fighting games.
  7. Headline release this week is the much awaited Shantae on both platforms. Also, Monster Hunter demo for everyone. From Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Shantae and the Pirate's Curse (WayForward, €16.99 / £15.99) — The third entry in this popular series finally arrives, bringing with it more colourful Metroidvania adventure and action. This entry sees Shantae team-up with former nemesis Risky Boots to tackle a pirate foe, with exploration taking in a number of diverse islands: we gave this a hearty 9/10 recommendation in our Shantae and the Pirate's Curse review, and on Wii U this title boasts some relatively subtle HD improvements. Alphadia Genesis (Natsume, €14.99 / £11.99) — An RPG that's already available on smartphones, this typically has a tale of two kingdoms with saving the world also part of the deal. It promises intense battles and dynamic camera angles among its features, but we found this somewhat generic when giving it a reasonable recommendation in our Alphadia Genesis review. Frenchy Bird (Carbon Fire Studio, €1.99 / £1.79) - Another title inspired by the Flappy Bird craze of mid-2014, this is set in Paris with a semi-3D isometric perspective, while also throwing in leaderboards and Miiverse stamps. We'll see whether this soars or not in our review. Wii U Virtual Console Mega Man Zero 2 (Capcom, €6.99 / £6.29) - Picking up on events one year after its predecessor, this intriguing action spin-off learns some key lessons to improve on the original while maintaining plenty of the qualities that helped it stand out. Challenging but engrossing, you can learn much more in our Mega Man Zero 2 review. Curve Studios Wii U Promotion The following extra discount prices - above standard discounts - are available if you already own a Curve Studios game on the same Wii U - these are Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones, Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut, The Swapper and Thomas Was Alone. Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones (€9.99 / £9.49 or €8.99 / £7.99 if you own another Curve Studios game, valid until 19th February, normally €13.99 / £12.99) Lone Survivor: The Director's Cut (€8.99 / £7.49 or €7.49 / £6.49 if you own another Curve Studios game, valid until 19th February, normally €11.99 / £9.99) The Swapper (€10.99 / £8.99 or €9.49 / £7.49 if you own another Curve Studios game, valid until 19th February, normally €14.99 / £11.99) Thomas Was Alone (€5.99 / £4.99 or €4.99 / £4.49 if you own another Curve Studios game, valid until 19th February, normally €7.99 / £6.99) Wii U eShop Temporary Discount Darts Up (EnjoyUp Games, €1.49 / £1.34 until 26th February, normally €2.49 / £2.29) 3DS eShop Shantae and the Pirate's Curse (WayForward, €16.99 / £15.99) - The original format for this release, in this case showing off accomplished stereoscopic 3D. Aside from that it's the same fantastic game as on Wii U. Best of Board Games - Mahjong (Bigben Interactive, €9.99 / £8.99) - More Mahjong for the 3DS, no doubt of the tile-matching Shanghai variety. That's not necessarily a bad thing, of course, with this particular entry promising 60 boards in its 'Adventure Mode'. We'll see how it matches up to the competition in our review. Best of Arcade Games - Brick Breaker (Bigben Interactive, €9.99 / £8.99) - Exactly as the title suggests, this aims to recreate the simple but fun arcade action of breaking bricks. There'll be 50 levels and little twist that allows you to control the ball directly in the final few seconds of a stage, but we'll see how this shapes up in a review. 3DS eShop Temporary Discounts Football Up Online (EnjoyUp Games, €2.99 / £2.69 until 26th February, normally €3.99 / £3.59) Darts Up 3D (EnjoyUp Games, €0.99 / £0.89 until 26th February, normally €2.99 / £2.69) Football Up 3D (EnjoyUp Games, €1.99 / £1.57 until 26th February, normally €2.99 / £2.36) 3DS Demo Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate (Capcom, free) WayForward Promotion Shantae and the Pirate's Curse (WayForward, €8.49 / £7.99 on the second format if you've already downloaded the game on your Wii U or 3DS) 3DS HOME Themes NES Sword-swinging Link (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) NES Samus Aran (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79)
  8. An EXCELLENT week this week, from Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Metroid Prime Trilogy (Nintendo, €9.99 / £8.99 until 5th February, then €19.99 / £17.99) - The trilogy of games that established Retro Studios as one of Nintendo's finest developers and defied the odds in re-imagining the Metroid franchise as a first-person adventure. All three entries - two for GameCube, one for Wii - come in this one download, with Wii Remote pointer controls providing precision aiming. An outstanding trilogy at a terrific price, you can read our glowing Metroid Prime Trilogy review if you're still on the fence. Rock 'N Racing Off Road (EnjoyUp Games, €5.99 / £5.39) - Potentially tapping into the current popularity for real-life toy racing cars, this game offers up top-down racing that brings to mind the classic Super Off-Road. It includes local multiplayer for up to five racers and online leaderboards, and we'll drift around some bends to bring you a review. Wii U Virtual Console Castlevania: Circle of the Moon (Konami, €6.99 / £6.29) - It's taken some time, considering the fact the whole Game Boy Advance trilogy was available in North America in time for Halloween 2014, but the first entry of this trilogy finally arrives in Europe. With a 'Metroidvania' approach and RPG elements that allow you to collect new abilities, this is a strong start to the excellent mini-series on GBA - you can learn more about it in our Castlevania: Circle of the Moon review. Wii U DLC Hyrule Warriors: Majora's Mask Pack (Nintendo, €6.99 / £6.29 or free with Season Pass) - Contents include: A new Adventure Mode map (Termina) with six new 8-bit weapons and sixteen new mask-inspired costumes as rewards Two new playable characters (Young Link and Tingle) Three new costumes (Skull Kid's Clothes for Lana, and Era of the Hero of Time Outfits for Sheik and Impa) Wii U eShop Temporary Discount Cake Ninja 3: The Legend Continues (Cypronia, €3.69 / £3.33 until 5th February, normally €4.99 / £4.49) Wii U eShop Promotion Rock 'N Racing Off Road (EnjoyUp Games, €4.99 / £4.49 for users who have already downloadedAbyss, 99Seconds, Unepic, Rock Zombie, 99Moves or Spy Chameleon on the same Wii U) 3DS eShop Gunman Clive 2 (Horberg Productions, €2.99 / £2.50) - A sequel to the surprise hit of late 2012, this promises to recreate the excellent action platforming but with additions of stylised colour, more set-pieces, bigger bosses and more dynamic stages. We were big fans of the first title and hold high hopes that this will continue its good work; we'll let you know what we think in a review. No Rusty (LOL, £0.00) Awww, bless. 3DS Retail Downloads Best of Board Games (Bigben Interactive, €24.99 / £19.99) Best of Arcade Games (BigBen Interactive, €24.99 / £19.99) 3DS HOME Themes NES Sword-swinging Link (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) - Available from 30th January NES Samus Aran (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) - Available from 30th January NES Balloon Fighter (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) - Available from 30th January NES Fire Mario (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) - Available from 30th January
  9. Not the best of weeks (Donkey Kong Jr Math? Lolz) this week, from Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Citizens of Earth (Atlus, €9.59 / £7.99 until 29th January, then €11.99 / £9.99) - Originally a promising Kickstarter campaign that fell short, this project by Eden Industries was then picked up by Atlus. With a charming visual style and humorous approach, this RPG has you gather civilians to assist you, the Vice President of the World. It looks wacky and full of potential, and we'll let you know what we think in our review. Donkey Kong Country Returns (Nintendo, €9.99 / £8.99 until 29th January, then €19.99 / £17.99) - One of the Wii's finest platformers, this was a triumphant revival of the franchise by Retro Studios, with gorgeous visuals and impressive mechanics coming to the fore. It's also a real challenge, and we gave this a glowing recommendation in our Donkey Kong Country Returns review. Wii U Virtual Console DK: King of Swing (Nintendo, €6.99 / £6.29) - The latest Game Boy Advance title to make its way to Wii U, this is one of the quirkiest games featuring Nintendo's smiling, tie-wearing ape. Adopting ideas well-known from Clu Clu Land, you swing between pegs with the shoulder buttons to traverse tricky stages and tackle enemies. It can take some getting used to, but we certainly saw its merits in our DK: King of Swing review. Donkey Kong Jr. Math (Nintendo, €4.99 / £3.49) - From back in the day when Nintendo was more than happy to serve up edutainment with its big-brands, this incorporates number crunching into retro vine swinging shenanigans. We didn't think it all added up in our Donkey Kong Jr. Math review, either - this is the US version of the game. Wii U eShop Temporary Discounts Super Toy Cars (Eclipse Games, €3.99 / £3.49 until 29th January, normally €7.99 / £6.99) 99Moves (EnjoyUp Games, €1.49 / £1.34 until 12th February, normally €2.49 / £2.29) Abyss (EnjoyUp Games, €1.49 / £1.34 until 12th February, €1.99 / £1.79) BLOK DROP U (RCMADIAX, €0.99 / £0.79 until 18th March, normally €1.49 / £1.29) Van Helsing sniper Zx100 (EnjoyUp Games, €0.99 / £0.99 until 4th February, normally €6.66 / £6.66) 3DS eShop Citizens of Earth (Atlus, €9.59 / £7.99 until 29th January, then €11.99 / £9.99) - The same game as on Wii U but on the go. Hazumi (Gamelion Studios, €3.99 / £3.20) - A breakout hit in multiple ways, this is a clever twist on block breaking that fits the portable system rather well. As much a puzzle game as a block-breaker, you take control of the ball in motion and try to manoeuvre through over 100 stages, with a fairly stiff level of challenge. You can read our recommendation in our Hazumi review. 3DS Retail Download Big Hero 6: Battle In The Bay (Avanquest, €34.99 / £29.99) Wii U / 3DS Promotion Citizens of Earth (Atlus, get a second copy for less on your other Nintendo system if you already own the game on the same Network ID on 3DS or Wii U, €7.19 / £5.99 until 29th January) 3DS eShop Temporary Discounts Shin Megami Tensei IV (Atlus, €12.99 / £11.69 until 29th January, normally €19.99 / £17.99) Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars (Nintendo, €14.99 / £13.49 until 29th January, normally €29.99 / £24.99) 3DS HOME Themes NES Ice Climbers (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) NES Pit (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) NES Donkey Kong (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79)
  10. 3D AFTERBURNER II! OMG! This week, from Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Family Tennis SP (Shin'en Multimedia, €4.99 / £3.99) - This franchise makes its Wii U début following some reasonable efforts on Wii and 3DS, with support of singles and doubles along with local multiplayer. We'll get into the swing of it for a review. Wii U Virtual Console Axelay (Konami, €7.99 / £5.49) - The immediate reaction from NLife editorial director Damien McFerran to this inclusion was "phroar, best shooter on the SNES ever", which sounds promising. In an era of scrolling shooters, this may be a stand-out; we'll jump in for a review. Demon's Quest (Capcom, €7.99 / £5.49) - Firebrand the Gargoyle must set off to recover the six magical stones of the Demon Crest before the realms of humans and demons fall into the hands of his evil nemesis, Phalanx. Breathe fire, claw walls and hover across seven intense levels as you fight to save the realms from eternal unrest. It's as good as it sounds, as we explained in our review. Wii U Retail Download The Amazing Spider-Man: Ultimate Edition (Activision, €49.99 / £39.99) Angry Birds Star Wars (Activision, €59.99 / £49.99) LOLZ Wii U eShop Temporary Discounts Adventure Time: Explore The Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW (Bandai Namco, €9.99 / £5.99 until 5th February, normally €39.99 / £19.99) Ben 10: Omniverse (Bandai Namco, €4.99 / £4.99 until 5th February, normally €19.99 / £19.99) Family Party: 30 Great Games Obstacle Arcade (Bandai Namco, €2.99 / £2.99 until 5th February, normally €19.99 / £19.99) Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (Bandai Namco, €9.99 / £8.99 until 5th February, normally €39.99 / £36.99) Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2 (Bandai Namco, €19.90 / £13.99 until 5th February, normally €34.99 / £24.99) Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (Bandai Namco, €9.99 / £6.79 until 5th February, normally €29.99 / £19.99) One Piece Unlimited World Red (Bandai Namco, €29.99 / £21.99 until 5th February, normally €54.99 / £39.99) Unepic (EnjoyUp Games, €6.99 / £6.29 until 5th February, normally €9.99 / £8.99) Wii U Super Indie Connection Promotion If you own any of these games on the Wii U you are eligible for the following promotion prices on the same system. BIT.TRIP Presents: Runner 2 Future Legend of Rhythm Alien (Gaijin Games, €4.79 / £3.99 until 22nd January) Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition (Drinkbox Studio, €5.59 / £4.79until 22nd January) Chasing Aurora (Broken Rules, €2.79 / £2.39 until 22nd January) SteamWorld Dig (Image & Form, €3.59 / £2.79 until 22nd January) Teslagrad (Rain Games, €5.99 / £5.59 until 22nd January) Swords & Soldiers (Two Tribes, €1.19 / £1.07 until 22nd January) 3DS eShop 3D After Burner II (Sega, €4.99 / £4.49) - The first entry in this second wave of 3D classics from Sega, it brings some classic arcade action to the 3DS; you can pretend you're Maverick in eye-popping 3D, as an '80s marketing agency would say. We'll let you know what we think in a review. Monster Combine TD (Collavier Corporation, €3.99 / £3.19) - A blend of tower defence and card / board game, this is the latest title from the increasingly prolific Collavier Corporation. This one does seem intriguing, as you use cards to summon a range of monsters, having to take care to utilise the right abilities; it appears to use a Plants vs. Zombies style of tower defence with this card system. We'll stack the deck and see what cards we get in our review. 3DS Retail Download SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton's Robotic Revenge (Activision, €39.99 / £29.99) The Amazing Spider-Man (Activision, €39.99 / £29.99) Angry Birds Star Wars (Activision, €39.99 / £29.99) 3DS HOME Themes Mario Characters (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) Mario Items (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) 3DS eShop Temporary Discounts Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW (Bandai Namco, €9.89 / £6.49 until 5th February, normally €29.99 / £19.49) Ben 10 Omniverse 2 (Bandai Namco, €4.99 / £3.69 until 5th February, normally €19.99 / £14.99) One Piece Romance Dawn (Bandai Namco, €19.99 / £18.99 until 5th February, normally €29.99 / £28.49) One Piece Unlimited World Red (Bandai Namco, €24.49 / £17.49 until 5th February, normally €34.99 / £24.99) Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (Bandai Namco, €9.99 / £8.20 until 5th February, normally €34.99 / £28.49) Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures 2 (Bandai Namco, €29.99 / £21.49 until 5th February, normally €34.99 / £24.99) Project X Zone (Bandai Namco, €14.99 / £9.99 until 5th February, normally €29.99 / £19.99) Dress to Play: Magic Bubbles! (EnjoyUp Games, €1.99 / £1.79 until 15th February, normally €3.99 / £3.59) Dress to Play: Cute Witches! (EnjoyUp Games, €1.99 / £1.79 until 15th February, normally €3.99 / £3.59)
  11. This week, from Nintendolife: Wii U eShop Chariot (Frima Studio, €14.99 / £13.49) - One of a number of promising games highlighted by Nintendo when promoting the eShop, this has previously earned praise on other platforms. An action puzzle experience best-suited to co-op, you work to manage a funeral wagon chariot through tricky physics-based tasks, manoeuvring with ropes to haul the vehicle through stages. This has always looked like one of the premium upcoming arrivals for the Wii U eShop, but we'll let you know whether we think it has the wheels for the job. Underground (Grendel Games, €19.99 / £15.99) - Software initially designed with specialist equipment to enable fun medical training, this puts you in control of two robotic arms as you try to assist your companion through a host of environments by solving puzzles. It's an intriguing premise, and we'll see if it's just what the doctor ordered in our upcoming review. Crunchyroll (Free) - This streaming app provides access to a lot of Japanese anime and drama shows; it boasts of "over 25,000 videos in high definition with professional subtitles". It's a subscription service and can be used with existing premium accounts, or new customers on Wii U can use a free 14-day trial. Wii U Virtual Console Dig Dug (Bandai Namco Games, €4.99 / £3.49) - Another early NES game that provided a home version of a popular arcade machine, this sees you digging through challenging levels and figuring out devious ways to take down your enemies. It's a snappy retro arcade experience, and despite its age we still recommend it as a fun slice of old-school action in our 3DS Virtual Console review. This is the US version of the game. Lode Runner (Konami, €4.99 / £3.49) - Another somewhat primitive, early-days NES title, you guide a pixelated hero through a host of tricky single screen stages to nab all of the gold and avoid enemies; this one's also got a level editor, which was impressive for the time. It's not without its shortcomings and limitations but's worth consideration, as we explain in our Lode Runner review.This is the US version of the game. Wii U eShop Temporary Discounts Cubemen 2 (Nnooo, €4.99 / £4.49 until 22nd January, normally €7.99 / £6.99) Paper Monsters Recut (Mobot Studios, €3.29 / £2.79 until 15th January, normally €6.49 / £5.49) EDGE (Two Tribes, €0.99 / £0.89 until 21st January, normally €1.99 / £1.79) RUSH (Two Tribes, €0.99 / £0.89 until 21st January, normally €1.99 / £1.79) Toki Tori (Two Tribes, €0.99 / £0.89 until 21st January, normally €1.99 / £1.79) Trine 2: Director's Cut (Frozenbyte, €8.49 / £6.99 until 29th January, normally €16.99 / £13.99) Tested With Robots! (M.R. Games, €5.00 / £4.50 until 15th January, normally €10.00 / £9.00) Wii U eShop Promotion Tetrobot & Co (Neko Entertainment, €4.99 / £3.74 until 22nd January if you own Kung Fu Rabbit, Puddle or Wooden Sen'SeY on the same Wii U, normally €9.99 / £7.49) Kung Fu Rabbit (Neko Entertainment, €2.49 / £2.24 until 22nd January for users who own Tetrobot & Co. , Puddle or Wooden Sen'SeY on the same Wii U, normally €4.99 / £4.49) Puddle (Neko Entertainment, €3.49 / £3.14 until 22nd January for users who own Tetrobot & Co., Kung Fu Rabbit or Wooden Sen'SeY on the same Wii U, normally €6.99 / £6.29) Wooden Sen'SeY (Neko Entertainment, €4.99 / £4.00 until 22nd January for users who own Tetrobot & Co. , Kung Fu Rabbit or Puddle on the same Wii U, normally €9.99 / £8.00) 3DS eShop Classic Card Games (GameOn, €6.99 / £4.99) - This is a game where the title really does say it all; a collection of various card and casino games that apparently includes "Hearts, Spades, Euchre, Bridge, Gin Rummy, Canasta, Cribbage, Crazy Eights, Go Fish, Romme, and Skat", with casino games "BlackJack, Texas Hold'em, Double Flop Hold'em, Omaha, 5-Card Draw, 7 Card Stud, Pineapple, Crazy Pineapple, and 5 unique versions of Video Poker". That's a lot of card, and we'll see whether it's a full house or busted flush (we think those are things) in a review. 3DS Retail Download Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Activision, €39.99 / £29.99) - A belated eShop arrival for the beat-em-up released in October 2013, we gave this a modest 5/10 in our review. 3DS eShop Temporary Discounts Cubit The Hardcore Platformer Robot (David Marquez, €1.99 / £1.80 until 8th February, normally €2.99 / £2.69) EDGE (Two Tribes, €0.99 / £0.89 until 21st January, normally €1.99 / £1.79) Coaster Creator 3D (Big John Games, €5.00 / £4.00 until 22nd January, normally €7.25 / £6.00) 3DS HOME Themes Game & Watch - Colourful (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) Super Mario - Wooden World (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword: The Impending Battle (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79)
  12. This week, from Nintendolife: Wii U Retail Download Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Nintendo, 39.99 / £34.99) - Although this had a soft launch at retail in the UK, it's now set to roll out officially throughout most of Europe. The diminutive captain is joined by Toadette in this immensely charming and innovative puzzle game, in which you guide the heroes through diorama stages to collect gems and retrieve power stars. We were thoroughly charmed by this unique experience in our Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker review. Wii U Virtual Console Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones (Nintendo, 6.99 / £6.29) - Though this was the eighth title in the overall franchise, this was just the second release to make it outside of Japan. This particular Game Boy Advance turn-based strategy challenge should be well known to 3DS early adopters as a result of the Ambassador Programme of 2011, but now joins its impressive predecessor on the Wii U. We were big fans when we reviewed this on 3DS. F-Zero: GP Legend (Nintendo, 6.99 / £6.29) - This is the odd-one-out of the limited F-Zero franchise entries, as it was based on an anime series of the same name and developed externally. With a different visual style and narrative driving some of the challenges it's certainly a unique offering compared to other entries; we'll get into top gear to bring you a review. Wii U eShop Promotion New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U (Nintendo, 59.99 / £49.99 until 8th January, regular combined price (if both games are purchased separately from Nintendo eShop) is 79.98 / £67.98) -- New Super Luigi U is provided as a free download code if New Super Mario Bros. U is purchase on the eShop between 1st and 8th January. Wii U eShop Temporary Discounts Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (Capcom, 29.99 / £24.99 until 8th January, normally 59.99 / £49.99) Shovel Knight (Yacht Club Games, 9.99 / £8.66 until 8th January, normally 14.99 / £12.99) 3DS eShop Temporary Discounts Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (Capcom, 22.49 / £19.99 until 8th January, normally 44.99 / £39.99) Shovel Knight (Yacht Club Games, 9.99 / £8.66 until 8th January, normally 14.99 / £12.99) 3DS HOME Themes Pokémon: Slowpoke (Nintendo, 1.99 / £1.79) NES Fire-Breathing Bowser (Nintendo, 1.99 / £1.79)
  13. This week, Christmas brings (from Nintendolife): Wii U eShop Spy Chameleon (EnjoyUp Games, €4.99 / £4.49) - Don't let the comic look fool you. Being a good RGB agent requires a lot of talent. Spy Chameleon is an arcade-puzzle game where the player must avoid being seen thanks to the chameleon's ability to change colours and camouflage. Through 5 missions and 75 levels, the player will discover different enemies and abilities to complete these super-secret missions: taking photos of a celebrity with her lover and stealing the secret formula of a successful soft drink are just two examples. Watch your enemies, choose the best path and run to the next safe point. The duration of each level can mean finishing a game in just minutes or spending hours trying to complete the missions and all the challenges, getting the best time among your friends or completing all the achievements. €3.99 / £3.59 / CHF5.60 EnjoyUp loyalty price for users who own 99 Seconds, Abyss, Darts Up, Rock Zombie or Unepic on the same Wii U. Wii U Virtual Console Duck Hunt (Nintendo, €4.99 / £3.49) — This is being listed as a VC release by Nintendo, demonstrating that it'll be the good old Duck Hunt familiar to NES gamers with the exception of Wii Remote pointer controls as opposed to using the NES Zapper. A bit of a cult classic, and the quirky appearance of Duck Hunt Duo in Super Smash Bros. makes its arrival rather timely. We'll get shootin' for a review. Kuru Kuru Kururin (Nintendo, €6.99 / £6.29) - Steady your hands and steel your nerves for one of the most challenging puzzle-action games ever created. Kuru Kuru Kururin puts you in control of a rotating helicopter that must be carefully manoeuvred through increasingly tight and tricky labyrinthine levels. Avoid the walls and obstacles, or you’ll lose precious time and lives, as you try to reach the goal. It starts simple but soon you’ll be facing moving pistons, floating spikes and all manner of dangers. We'll let you know what we think in a review, soon. Mega Man Zero (Capcom, €6.99 / £6.29) - Awakened after a century of sleep, in a strange war torn world, Zero becomes the hero in the first of his own series of adventures. Mega Man Zero sees the cybernetic warrior join forces with a resistance group battling a strangely familiar foe. This new spin-off series introduced new gameplay elements like mission-based levels, and weapons that level-up as you gain more experience; and also Cyber Elves: small but powerful creatures that grant a wide range of useful abilities. We were fans of this in our Mega Man Zero review. Mario Party Advance (Nintendo, €6.99 / £6.29) - Mario and friends bring the party to Game Boy Advance with a dizzying range of activities for single players plus their pals. Mario Party Advance also introduces Professor E. Gadd's Gaddgets: wacky toys and tricks that bring the fun outside of the game. Bowser has crashed the party and scattered all the minigames around Shroom City. Collect them all by completing the single-player game boards. Once unlocked, minigames can be played as often as you like. Earn coins to unlock Gaddgets such as the Compatibility Meter which lets you see how strong your friendships really are! We'll get the party started to bring you a review. Wii U Retail Downloads The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Activision, €59.99 / £49.99) Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (Activision, €59.99 / £49.99) 3DS eShop Brutus & Futée (Microids, €6.99 / £6.29) - Brutus & Futée is an adventure puzzle game in which the player takes on the role of the author of an animated series. Help Brutus and Futée find their way and overcome the obstacles they meet. Draw objects and paint or erase the setting to assist the two heroes. Their journey will take them through a variety of different environments and present them with a host of dangerous situations, from an ancient Inca temple full of mysteries and secrets, to the maze in a production studio governed by a rather jittery Boss. We'll head out on an adventure for our review. PUZZLEBOX setup (Bplus, €2.99 / £2.69) - In PUZZLEBOX setup you hold the Nintendo 3DS system upside-down. Use the stylus to select a coloured tile on the Touch Screen which is then on the upper side. If you release the colour the tile falls down in the selected column. Let the matching tiles fall down into the glass bottle on the 3D Screen to copy a painting or to complete a setup. We'll spin right round baby, right round, for our review. Best of Mahjong (GameOn, €1.99 / £1.49) - Relax your mind with the ancient game of tiles. "Best of Mahjong" features 404 layouts of the traditional tile-matching game in 3D, each with millions of different shuffles to play. The game's style and interface has been designed for easy and intuitive operation with the Nintendo 3DS stylus or +Control Pad. The graphics can be customised with various tile-sets and backgrounds. We'll try to handle all that Mahjong and let you know what we think. Best of Solitaire (GameOn, €2.99 / £2.49) - "Best of Solitaire" features 101 variations of the most well-known and best-loved single-player card game including Klondike, Freecell, Spider, Pyramid, Yukon. Most games have custom gameplay options so you can enjoy the game with your favourite rules. On-screen instructions allow learning of new Solitaire variations. Statistics are available for players who love to track their wins. Save the game status any time for later. The game's style and interface has been designed for easy intuitive operation with the Nintendo 3DS stylus or the +Control Pad. We'll make sure our reviewer stops playing this for free on their PC before starting a review. 3DS Retail Downloads The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Activision, €39.99 / £29.99) Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (Activision, €39.99 / £29.99) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Danger of the Ooze (Activision, €39.99 / £29.99) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Activision, €39.99 / £29.99) 3DS Demo WRC FIA World Rally Championship The Official Game Demo (Bigben Interactive) 3DS HOME Themes ? Block (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) - Celebrate this iconic item with a yellow and black colour scheme, ? Block background, and ? Block folders and icons. Bountiful Boos (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) - This theme stars the bashful Boo and includes ghostly icons, folders, and SFX. Scroll the Touch Screen to animate the lower Boo. Completely Goomba (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) - This theme's ALL about Goombas. It features custom SFX and earthy tones. If you love Goombas, this one's for you. Animal Crossing: New Leaf Welcome to 2015 (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) - Isabelle and Pietro ring in 2015 in this festive theme. Scroll the Touch Screen to see fireworks and party poppers explode. Special Offers Super Mario 3D World (Nintendo, €39.99 / £34.99 until 1st January, normally €59.99 / £49.99) Assassin's Creed III (Ubisoft, €9.99 / £7.99 until 1st January, normally €19.99 / £15.99) Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag (Ubisoft, €14.99 / £9.99 until 1st January, normally €29.99 / £19.99) Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth (Ubisoft, €4.99 / £3.99 until 1st January, normally €19.99 / £15.99) Rabbids Land (Ubisoft, €4.99 / £3.99 until 1st January, normally €19.99 / £15.99) Rayman Legends (Ubisoft) Wii U (Disc/Download) Nintendo eShop from 25/12/2014 €14.99 / £11.99 / CHF19.70 until 01.01.2015, 23:59 UTC. Regular price is €29.99 / £23.99 / CHF39.55 Sports Connection (Ubisoft, €4.99 / £3.99 until 1st January, normally €19.99 / £15.99) Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist (Ubisoft, €9.99 / £6.49 until 1st January, normally €29.99 / £19.99) ZombiU (Ubisoft, €9.99 / £7.99 until 1st January, normally €19.99 / £15.99) Just Dance 2015 (Ubisoft, €29.99 / £22.49 until 1st January, normally €39.99 / £39.99) Watch_Dogs (Ubisoft, €39.99 / £33.49 until 1st January, normally €59.99 / £49.99) Cloudberry Kingdom (Ubisoft, €4.89 / £3.89 until 1st January, normally €9.99 / £7.99) Child of Light (Ubisoft, €4.89 / £3.89 until 1st January, normally €14.99 / £11.99) Knytt Underground (Ripstone Publishing, discount from 25th December)
  14. In the spirit of stifling conversationgenerating more threadsreducing megathreads, here's a new thread just for this week's updates! As always, from Nintendolife: Wii U eShop 99Moves (EnjoyUp Games, €2.49 / £2.29) — Another EnjoyUp Games title to make the transition from portable to home console, this arcade-like experience tasks you with getting through tricky stages with as few moves as possible. We weren't convinced that this one finds the right balance between difficulty and cheapness in our DSiWare review, but will see if this new version can persuade us otherwise. Wii U Virtual Console Mighty Final Fight (Capcom, €4.99 / £3.49) — A rather cute but rock-hard arcade beat 'em up spin-off that graced the NES, this applied a quirky art-style to familiar Final Fight mechanics. It's certainly fun for those that fancy a offbeat challenge, as we explain in our Mighty Final Fight review.This is the US version of the game. Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight (Capcom, €4.99 / £3.49) — An oddity in the Street Fighter franchise, as it's absolutely nothing like its 2D fighting siblings. It is 2D, but aside from that this NES title is a mind-numbingly tough action platformer spin-off with a sci-fi storyline — you can see what we think of it in our Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight review. This is the US version of the game. Wii U Retail Downloads Transformers Prime The Game (Activision, €49.99 / £39.99) Angry Birds Trilogy (Activision, €39.99 / £29.99) Wii U eShop Promotion 99Moves (EnjoyUp Games, 40% off if you already own 99Seconds, Abyss, Darts Up, Rock Zombie or Unepic on the same Wii U) Wii U eShop Demo Art of Balance (Shin'en Multimedia, free) 3DS eShop Toys vs. Monsters (EnjoyUp Games, €1.99 / £1.99 until 31st December, then €3.99 / £3.99) — Undoubtedly arriving with good timing to target kids and big kids alike, this is a strategy title in which you assemble toys to take on monsters in a variety of environments; the developer is claiming that levels and extras will serve up over 20 hours of gaming. We'll see whether this is best played or left under the bed in our review. Sumico (Engine Software, €2.99 / £2.69) — Previously a smartphone game, this is a smart puzzler in which you combine tiles to complete sums, providing its own spin on the genre. With plenty of stages and an endless mode this could be ideal for keeping the brain busy in the coming weeks, but we'll see whether it all adds up in a review. Castle Conqueror Defender (CIRCLE Entertainment, €4.99 / £3.99) — The latest entry in CIRCLE's long-running series, this spins-off from its predecessors to tackle the tower defence genre. While it's a competent effort this one doesn't quite get its defences right, as we explain in ourCastle Conqueror Defender review. 3DS Retail Downloads Transformers Prime The Game (Activision, €39.99 / £29.99) Angry Birds Trilogy (Activision, €39.99 / £29.99) Moshi Monsters Moshlings Theme Park (Activision, €29.99 / £19.99) 3DS DLC Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth (NIS America): Navigation: Marie — €2.99 / £2.69 Navigation: Nanako — €2.99 / £2.69 3DS Temporary Discounts Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition (Digital Lounge, €3.99 / £3.59 until 2st January, normally €7.99 / £7.19) Art of Balance TOUCH! (Shin'en Multimedia, €5.20 / £4.70 until 8th January, normally €6.99 / £6.29) Code of Princess (AGATSUMA, €20.50 / £17.25 until 1st January, normally €29.99 / £24.99) Darts Up 3D (EnjoyUp Games, €0.99 / £0.89 until 8th January, normally €2.99 / £2.69) Demon King Box (CIRCLE Entertainment, €2.99 / £2.19 until 8th January, normally €3.99 / £2.99) European Conqueror 3D (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.99 / £1.49 until 8th January, normally €3.99 / £2.99) Football Up 3D (EnjoyUp Games, €1.99 / £1.56 until 8th January, normally €2.99 / £2.36) Football Up Online (EnjoyUp Games, €2.99 / £2.69 until 8th January, normally €3.99 / £3.59) Fractured Soul (Endgame Studios, €2.49 / £1.99 until 8th January, normally €7.99 / £7.19) 3DS Demo Glory of Generals (CIRCLE Entertainment, free) 3DS HOME Themes Mario's Mighty Moustache (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) Luigi's Mighty Moustache (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) Tomodachi Life - Speech Bubble (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79) Stripes: Blue & White Horizontal (Nintendo, €0.99 / £0.89) Stripes: Red & White Horizontal (Nintendo, €0.99 / £0.89) Sonic Boom Theme Bundle (SEGA USA, €5.99 / £5.39) — Includes Sonic the Hedgehog, Shadow the Hedgehog, Amy Rose and animated Chao themes. Also available for €1.99 / £1.79 each. METAL GEAR SOLID SNAKE EATER 3D (Konami, €1.49 / £1.39) — Free code with downloads of Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D from 19th December at 12pm UK / 11am CET. DSiWare My Aquarium: Seven Oceans (Collavier, 500 Nintendo Points) — A slightly odd download as it is, in reality, and aquarium sim. You select fish to go into your tank and watch them; there's not much else to do. You can see what we thought of this experience in our My Aquarium: Seven Oceans review.
  15. So, this is probably never going to make it over here (since the last two Chibi-Robo! games weren't released in Europe either), but this just looks so damn cute that I'm going to make a thread about it anyway. Enter the fourth game in Skip's diminutive hero's adventures: Chibi-Robo! Photography (prov. title). Released on July 3, on the Nintendo 3DS eShop in Japan, the latest entry into the Chibi-Robo! series has players finding various junk for a curator who has initiated a “Nostal-junk Recovery Mission” to gather junk for a museum. This is done by utilizing the AR feature of the 3DS, which puts a silhouette of an item on the screen and asks the players to find something amongst their personal belongings that matches it. Once found, Chibi-Robo comes out of the item and can then add it to the collection. On top of the AR functionality, gamers are able to control Chibi-Robo as he explores 3D environments with more of a focus on platforming than what was found in previous iterations. And this time it seems you're not alone in your time-travelling adventure. You also get help from Tonpi the tablet and Chibichibi the even smaller robot. Nintendo even held a special contest from July 3 to July 28 for Jissha de Chibi-Robo (its Japanese name). Players that submitted a picture of their own “Nostal-junk” had a chance to win a highly desirable special edition Chibi-Robo! Wii U, an original Chibi-Robo! T-shirt or a Nintendo prepaid card with a special Chibi-Robo! original design. Those lucky Japs. Official Japanese launch trailer: Official Japanese website: >> http://www.nintendo.co.jp/3ds/eshop/jpmj/index.html Official European website: >> https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Nintendo-3DS-download-software/Chibi-Robo-Let-s-Go-Photo--888072.html Since we recently did get some of the more exotic releases such as Kokuga and The Denpa Men, I'm not completely ruling out this game ever getting a Euro release, but nothing of the sort has been mentioned thus far. Fingers crossed!
  16. New 3DS title for the eShop, developed by Genius Sonority. (Denpa Ningen RPG) Denpa Ningen could be translated as Electric Wave People, and the game uses the 3DS cameras to reveal secrets in the world around you. Seeming to use technology similar to Face Raiders, the player can use this ability to search his or her real-life surroundings with the 3DS, for tiny people in deranged jumpsuits to add to their RPG team. The little critters are supposedly found along the electric waves that float around us everywhere. Once the aforementioned peculi-people have been snagged from the real world and are beamed into the game, it’s off for adventure in search of fun and profit. The video footage as taken from the official site shows that there’s a Dragon Quest style battle system in play, with a Pokémon elemental twist. The video from the official site also demonstrates how the odd little logos your recruits wear on their heads factor into what kinds of magical abilities they exhibit. Using your crack squad of enormo-noggined weirdoes, it seems you’re able to upgrade the island which seems to serve as the game’s hub. For example, a shop being created once a dungeon-spelunking team of miscreants finds a… piece of paper? . In any case, much like Pullblox or Freakyforms! before it, Denpa Ningen RPG seems to continue the eShop trend of being loveably, unapologetically peculiar. Bright colours, slightly drunken music and a general simplistic toybox-like aesthetic ensures it feels right at home with the original eShop titles we’ve seen thus far. Official trailer: (Is that Professor E. Gadd doing the voices?) Official Japanese site: http://www.denpaningen.jp/ Images: The concept seems interesting enough, but the graphical style (which seems to borrow from the world of Katamari) and the gotta-catch'em-all gameplay makes it a title to watch, imo. As usual the only question left is when will this game get a Euro release.
  17. TWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! http://kotaku.com/nintendo-is-planning-a-future-for-both-2d-and-3d-metroi-1590142491
  18. Nintendo does Football Manager. £10.79 on the eShop for the first couple of weeks, then £13-ish.
  19. Because this game is worth it: a thread. Not much to report though at the moment. During the last Nintendo Direct, Nintendo President Satoru Iwata announced a new Yoshi’s Island game for 3DS. The game apparentlyt is being developed by Arzest (- who?), a relatively unknown studio founded by staff from the now defunct Artoon development studio (responsible for the previous Yoshi's Island DS) and ex-Sega staff with connections to both theSonic and Panzer Dragoon franchises. They've been credited with contributing to several Nintendo projects before, including Wii Play: Motion and StreetPass Mii Plaza. The new Yoshi's Island seems to carry on the series' core gameplay mechanics - we saw the flutter jump, ground pound and egg-throwing, alongside some new 3DS gyroscope features. Visually, the game seems like a compromise between the gorgeous hand-drawn retro style of the SNES original, and the CG 2.5D visuals of the N64's Yoshi's Story. Images: Footage: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xFTtM8IgEY
  20. As mentioned earlier in the official 3DS thread, Level-5 is launching Guild 01 in Japan in 2012. Guild 01 is more of a concept than a game, consisting of four games made by big-name developers let loose over a game genre of their choice. Here are more details and images of each of the four games that make up Guild 01. Game 1: "Kaiho Shojo" ("Liberation Girl") Meet Shoko, the second president of Japan and a high school girl who boards a mech as Japan's only hope against an invading country that's sucking away all the energy. This shooter is made by the infamous Suda 51 (Flower, Sun, and Rain; Killer 7) and has animation by the Japanese studio Bones (Escaflowne, Halo Legends). Game 2: "Rental Bukiya de Omasse" A fantasy RPG from Yoshiyuki Hirai of comedy unit America Zarigani (the same guys who did the comedy act in PS3 Ni no Kuni). You play as a merchant and his son, who make weapons for RPG heroes. Play mini games to craft your weapons. Different from most RPGs, where the hero is the one choosing the weapons, in Rental Bukiya de Omasse, weapon selection is left to you. Your decisions affect the result of your clients' adventures. To aid in your business, you have access to a tool called "Donai Natter". This communication device shows messages indicating if the adventurer has successfully achieved his goal, so you'll know if you'll get your rental gear back or not. The device also indicates when the local bakery is having a sale, for instance (what?). Game 3: "Air Porter" "Check your luggage on time." The airport luggage management simulation we've all been waiting for, by Yoot Saito (Seaman, Odama). You play as the head of an airport and must handle the luggage that passes through. Your goal is to keep planes departing on time. The game encourages smart management by rewarding you with combos. When you make a plane take off on time, this leads to a plane being able to land on time, resulting in a combo. Perform your job well, and your airport rating will grow. You'll get more passengers, and more money as a result, and you'll be able to purchase new planes and parts and expand your airport grounds. Eventually, you may even be asked to handle an arrival and departure from Air Force One. Do this successfully, and you'll get the highest rating. Game 4: "Crimson Shroud" Yasumi Matsuno's (Ogre Tactics, Final Fantasy XII) contribution to the project is still the one most shrouded in mystery. You play as a "Chaser," someone who's skilled at finding people. The prologue also mentions the "Crimson Shroud" of the title, but does not say what it is. The game is supposed to be an action-RPG set 1,000 years in the past in a world without magic. The game's story will apparently tell how magic became commonplace in the world. Hideo Minaba (Final Fantasy IX, Little King's Story) is listed as the game's illustrator. Some really big names attached to this project then. But what are the chances of this getting released in Europe?
  21. Game of the Year: 10 to 1 20 to 11 38 to 21 59 to 41 76 to 62 103 to 81 140 to 104: Your Most Wanted in 2014 The Hall of Shame The Biggest Surprises of 2013 Hello! Apologies for the delay, but a busy end to the financial year at work plus exciting* family developments have led to somewhat less free time than I was counting on. But the results are all collated, I've started filling out my lovely, upbeat commentary, and I'm just about ready to start publishing. Those of you who've been in one of my results threads before should know most of the drill already, but for the rest of you: I'll be feeding you results in drips and drabs with attached comments. Said comments reflect my own opinions, rather than anybody else's, and as such may be at odds with the perspective of the people who voted. Quite possibly very strongly so. There is one difference this time around - solely for the Game of the Year results I've been nabbing paragraph+ length quotes from people in the voting thread (plus a handful I've seen outside of it) - if anybody would like to have a game recognised and highlighted by their own quote who didn't put anything in the GOTY thread, drop me a PM with whatever it is you want to say and I'll consider putting it in. Other than that: I've tried to exclude invalid entries (i.e. no pre-2013 games in the GOTY list) and catch any errors, but if you do notice something wrong - a single title accidentally counted twice under different names, for example - please do flag it up! Anyway, that's that. In a moment** I'll be publishing the first part of the results: your Most Wanted games of 2014. We'll look at the retrospective awards over the coming days, but for now, let's look to the future, eh! Oh, and as ever, the methodology behind the results collecting is spoilered below: *read: shit **when the forum stops auto-appending them to this post...
  22. Time was when mere rumour of a new Treasure game would make most gamers extatic with glee (say hi, Melon_Bread ) Okay, so nothing whatsoever is known about this new game for now, except that it will be a 3DS exclusive action game. Or, according to Treasure CEO Masato Maegawa: So, after the excellent Kokuga, (Japanese) 3DS owners will once more be treated to yet another delicious slice of action shoot'em-up heaven - possibly. Watch this space for the full reveal soon...
  23. Gamecom Official Website Conferences: Sony: Times: August 20th 6:00 PM(UK ) / 7:00 PM (EU) Live stream: http://gamescom.eu.playstation.com/en_GB Live Stream: http://blog.us.plays...nce-live-today/ EA: Times: August 20th 3:00 PM(UK ) / 4:00 PM (EU) Live stream: http://www.ea.com/uk/gamescom-2013-ea-press-conference MS: Times: August 20th Live blog: http://www.lazygamer...wcase-liveblog/ http://embed.scribbl...meId=12676&ss=1 (With comments) http://embed.scribbl...0&ThemeId=12676 (Just news) Attendees & Lineup: Sony: Sony have said that Gamescom will focus on showcasing PS4's launch lineup along with updates to PS3 & Vita. We do know a much anticipated (is it 30fps or 60fps) build of Driveclub will be playable, along with a fresh demo of Infamous: Second Son which sadly won't be playable on the floor. PS4: Infamous: Second Son (PS4) Drive Club (PS4) Knack (PS4) Killzone: Shadowfall (PS4) PS3 Beyond: Two Souls (PS3) Gran Turismo 6 (PS3) Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (PS3) Ratchet & Clank: Nexus (PS3) Wonderbook: Book Of Potions (PS3) Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler (PS3) Wonderbook: Walking With Dinosaurs (PS3) Puppeteer (PS3) Vita: Destiny Of Spirits (Vita) Killzone: Mercenary (Vita) Tearaway (Vita) Their conference is also promising launch details of the PS4, and hopefully a Vita price cut along with some fresh game announcements. Microsoft: With MS opting not to stream their conference, rumours of a new Crackdown unveiling are looking unlikely. They have however said that they will be focussing on a 'unique exclusive' and offering the press some hands on time. Xbox One: Dead Rising 3 Fable Anniversary Forza 5 Killer Instinct Kinect Sports: Rivals Max: The curse Of Brotherhood Ryse Zoo Tycoon Xbox 360: World Of Tanks Nintendo: All eyes will be on Nintendo's Wii U lineup at Gamescom, and to be fair, in spite of there being no conference Nintendo are brining a respectable Gamescom showing: Wii U: Pikmin 3 The Wonderful 101 The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Sonic Lost World Wii Party U Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Super Mario 3D World Wii Karaoke U Mario Kart 8 3DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon Y Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Ubisoft: Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Watch Dogs Tom Clancy’s The Division Splinter Cell Blacklist The Crew Just Dance 2014 Rayman Legends Might & Magic Duel of Champions Online Card Game Might & Magic Heroes Online Might & Magic X Legacy The Might Quest for Epic Loot Activision: Call of Duty: Ghosts Destiny Skylanders SWAP Force Angry Birds: Star Wars Square Enix: Final Fantasy XIV: A Real Reborn Thief, Murdered: Soul Suspect Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX Deus Ex: The Fall Bethesda: The Elder Scrolls Online Wolfenstein: The New Order The Evil Within Deep Silver: Saints Row 4 Killer Is Dead X Rebirth Secret Files : Sam Peters Lost Horizon 2 The Dark Eye : Memoria Konami: PES 2014 Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Other: Batman: Arkham Origins Eve Online Dark Souls 2 Dust 514 Hawken Hotline Miami 2 Payday 2 Mad Max Space Hulk Star Citizen War of the Vikings The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt WWE 14 Thanks to VG247 for sourcing this list.
  24. WTF. Game based on Mysterious Cities of Gold coming to the 3DS and Wii U. http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2013/05/children_of_the_sun_take_note_the_mysterious_cities_of_gold_is_coming_to_wii_u_and_3ds
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