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  1. Hey-hey! It's Keyboard Koala again, with another thread on a interesting looking Japanese game that will probably never get a European release (cq. Guild 01, Sakura Samurai etc.) Anyway, 3DS players, meet Kokuga : part shoot'em-up, part trading-card game, developed by shoot'em-up maestros G.rev, and directed by ex-Treasure programmer/artist/composer/all-round shoot'em-up legend Hiroshi Iuchi (Gradius, Radiant Silvergun, Ikaruga). In Kokuga, players take control of a futuristic tank in which you use the L and R triggers to rotate your turret. Firing your main weapon is with B, which is also used for choosing to use the card you've selected on the touchscreen. At the start of each stage you're given 20 shuffled cards, of which 4 are placed on the touchscreen. Use a card, and a new one takes its place. Cards include attack style cards, which give you access to special weapon attacks, and defense cards, which do things like restore your shield or repair your ship. As you play, you're free to select your route through the game's fifteen stages, which are placed on a triangular grid. You can select your start stage, then after clearing this stage, you can select your next stage from its neighbors. You clear the game when you've cleared one of the "final" stages at the vertices of the triangle. This system allows you to play the game for as little or as much as you want. If you want a short play session, you can just select D, then jump right to Final 3. If you want a lengthy play session, you can select A, then go to E, H, K, I, E, H, K and end with Final 1. Stages initially start off with Normal difficulty. Clear a stage under Normal, and the stage changes to Hard. Clear it under Hard, and the stage changes to Ultimate. The game was originally scheduled for a release on the NDS, but seems now set for a Summer 2012 release on the 3DS in Japan. Of course there's no word on a Western release at all, but fans can start drooling over the screenshots at the official site ( > http://kokuga.net/index.html ). Official debut trailer: Screenies (these can be viewed in 3D if you use your 3DS and go to the official site ):
  2. Times: Nintendo Direct E3: UK: June 11th 15:00 PM BST EU: June 11th 16:00 PM CET Gametrailers Nintendo Power Hour: UK: June 11th 19:00 PM BST EU: June 11th 20:00 PM CET See Full Game Trailers Schedule: Game Trailers Schedule Video Streams: http://www.ustream.tv/nintendouk/theater http://e3.nintendo.com'>http://e3.nintendo.com http://www.youtube.com/user/Nintendo'>http://www.youtube.com/user/Nintendo https://www.facebook.com/events/525288477533379/'>https://www.facebook.com/events/525288477533379/ Rumour Roundup: With Nintendo having already confirmed that we'll be getting an early look at Wii U versions of Smash Bros, Mario Kart and a new 3D Mario Title, it's slim pickings for Wii U rumours. Nintendo have opted for a more low key E3 this year, perhaps wisely leaving Sony and MS to tear chunks out of each other on the big stage, whilst Nintendo delivers their message via more.... direct means. I can't really find much chatter about what Nintendo might have in store for 3DS owners, but I'm sure we'll get something from them. Zelda U Retro Studios (Star Tropics) New Bundle/Price What They Need To Show: They need games and game changers. It's no secret that the Wii U has had an appalling start. With third parties seemingly abandoning ship, it's left for Nintendo to turn things around. Lucky for them of course, they happen to own some of the most lucrative franchises in the business, and along with some of the industries defining talent, they should make a big splash at E3, even if they are in a smaller pool this year. Show game footage (everything from new Mario to Bayonetta 2) New IP Unexpected Exclusives New Partnerships Sooner than expected game launches Drinking Game Key Word: Nintendo Fans / Our Fans
  3. It's been too long since I've started a thread about a niche Japanese title that may or (probably) may not get a Western release. So here's one about Arc System Works' latest eShop puzzler: *Korokesu In a galaxy far, far away, the people of the planet Saikorogashi spent their days happily rolling dice. One day, they decided to hold a contest to see who the best dice roller on the planet is, and even the prince himself, decided to participate. And that's about it, as far as the story goes. Korokesu is an action-puzzle game that is all about the dice. The main point of the game is to push, pull and spin the dice around to delete them by getting similar faces on the dice to touch each other. There are two modes in the game: Trial and Puzzle. In Trial Mode, you’ll have three minutes to try getting the highest score possible by deleting the surrounding dice. You can get a higher score by chaining them together for combos. When you delete dice, it takes a short while for them to completely disappear. If you can manage to get another dice to fit in before they disappear, it activates the chain effect, which not only deletes more dice, but will also increase your score. In Puzzle Mode, the stages and dice positions are already set and your goal is to simply delete them. There’s a total of 50 different stages featuring several brain-teasing puzzles. Korokesu has a high score board and also achievements that can be acquired by meeting certain conditions in the game. Screenshots: Official Japanese website: >> http://www.arcsystemworks.jp/arcstyle/korokesu/ Like Pullblox before, the whole aesthetic and goal of the game lends itself perfectly to a 3D display, so I hope Europe gets in on the dice-pushing fun before long. "Devil Dice, eh? What's that then?"
  4. Full Direct: UK US UPDATE: Oh wow. So we got the following: Release dates for many games, including Mario and Luigi, Mario Golf, Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D and some eShop titles like Mario and Donkey Kong. Then we got the announcement that Earthbound is coming to the Wii U virtual console in Europe. Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Seasons is coming to 3DS VC on May 30th. Shin Megamei Tensei IV and BRAVELY DEFAULT FLYING FAIRY are coming to the 3DS THIS YEAR. Professor Layton is coming to the 3DS this year as well. And last but not least, WE'RE GETTING AN ACTUAL SEQUEL TO A LINK TO THE PAST. Oh man. Original post: It's that time again, three Nintendo Directs at the same time - but the US/EU will focus on the 3DS and the Japanese one will be Luigi themed. You can see them here: UK: http://www.nintendo.co.uk/Misc-/Nintendo-Direct/Latest-Nintendo-Direct/Nintendo-Direct-698557.html US: http://www.nintendo.com/nintendo-direct/archive/04-17-2013/ JP: http://www.nintendo.co.jp/nintendo_direct/index.html Every Direct will be uploaded to Youtube afterwards, so don't worry about having to manage three different streams. Also anything announced in the JP one will swiftly be translated anyway. So if we're to read anything from the difference in English language and Japanese Directs, we should be getting information on localisations (the big ones are Bravely Default, Ace Attorney 5 and maybe EX Troopers) as well as information on Animal Crossing's imminent release as well as potential US only announcements being revealed for Europe (Shin Megamei Tensei IV) Also on the agenda are Miiverse, more Virtual Console titles and firm release dates for Mario and Luigi, Mario Golf and maybe some sort of Zelda 3DS announcement (remake or otherwise). I'll update the first post with the Directs once they're uploaded.
  5. Rhythm Hunter: HarmoKnight is a rhythm based platformer originally developed for the NDS by Game Freak, but now set for release as a downloadable title for the 3DS . A musical planet known as Harmonia has suddenly come under attack by evil monsters known as Noizoids. It is up to a young boy named Tempo to beat the Noizoids and restore order to Harmonia. Players control a young boy named Tempo as he travels through automatically scrolling levels. The aim of each level is to gather as many notes as possible, either found throughout the level or earned by hitting enemies and objects. These actions correspond with the rhythm of the music. If Tempo is hit by an enemy or obstacle, he will lose a heart, failing the level if he loses all his hearts. Some segments will switch control over to other characters, such as Lila who uses a crossbow and Jinbei who deals with high and low enemies. Levels soon culminate in various boss fights, which require Tempo to repeat actions issued by the enemy. There will also be bonus stages featuring music from other Game Freak titles such as Pokémon. The game was announced during the latest Nintendo Direct presentation; and a playable demo was released on the Japanese eShop shortly afterwards. Official Japanese mini-site : >> http://www.nintendo....aq7j/index.html Official trailer: Full demo video: The game will be released in Japan on September 5, 2012. An international release has yet to be announced.
  6. No topic for this?! All the other games have one, and it's out next month! There's even a topic for the game that comes *after* it. Anyway, UK box art appears: Online demo: http://www.nintendo.co.uk/NOE/en_GB/games/nintendo_3ds/professor_layton_and_the_miracle_mask_54765.html
  7. Sometimes all a title needs to make it more attractive is a bit of extra make-up. It worked for SpeedThru, when it made the transition from the Wii to the 3DS; and it might work for the old DS title Magnetica too. Even if that little bit of make-up makes it look a tad outlandish. Enter Tokyo Crash Mobs, a recently announced 3DS eShop title from the minds behind DS puzzlers Polarium and Magnetica. Revealed at the latest Nintendo Direct, Tokyo Crash Mobs is a unique and bizarre action/puzzle game which blends “live-action video” and “wacky digital graphics” as you throw or roll pedestrians at other pedestrians in order to clear your way through the crowded streets of Tokyo. Playing as heroines "Throwing" Grace and/or "Rolling" Savannah, you knock people out of line by hitting them with pedestrians of matching coloured clothes. As I said, this basically is Magnetica in some new clothes. But it looks like instead of a bland puzzler what we're getting this time is a quirky looking brain teaser that even Yoot Saito would've been proud of. Maybe. And remember kids, if this looks like Zuma, that's because Zuma copied this; not the other way round. Out on January 16, 2013.
  8. RLLMUK 3DS FRIEND CODES DATABASE Please use this form to enter your Rllmuk username and 3DS friend code. You can view the full list of usernames/codes here. --------------------------------------------------------------- http://www.nintendo....2010/100323.pdf Google translation... EDIT! - Better translation - http://www.nintendo....010/100323e.pdf http://twitter.com/markmacd 3D screen(s) without the need for glasses, apparently. Oh shit, I'm late for work. Great summary post by The Sarge... Backwards compatibility and region locking The 3DS will run all DS and DSi games. The system will be region locked. A 3DS from region A will not play 3DS games from region B, or DSi-enhanced games from region B. It will play standard DS games from any region.
  9. Not much known about this at the moment, but it was revealed as a 3DSWare title in Nintendo's last conference. Pitched as a simple samurai game in which players dodge attacks with the slide pad and react by attacking with buttons. Nimble Sakura Warrior (prel. title) is all about watching enemies and finding tells to counter-attack with. The game's being made by a fresh start-up company named Grounding Inc; founded and headed by industry veteran Mineko Okamura (Space Channel 5, Rez, Astro Boy ea...) Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2CnlUZvWYs Nimble Sakura Warrior is supposed to launch in Japan in November 2011. The question remains: will it be released over here as well? I hope so, as it looks like an absolutely charming action game, reminiscent of Okamiden and Mystical Ninja Goemon.
  10. In recent year we've seen the launch of the 3DS and the PS Vita. Both did terrible at retail, although 3DS sales picked up after a price drop and Nintendo rolling out some big guns like Super Mario 3D Land, Mario Kart 7 and recently New Super Mario Bros 2. The Vita still seems to be struggling despite a pretty strong launch line-up and some excellent downloadables, and even big shots at Sony are now going public with statements that it's hard to cement third party software. Looking at the festive season, the release schedule for both seem to be pretty dire. Am I being overly pessimistic, or is the often heard argument that people grab their iPhones/Androids for quick fix gaming on the road true after all? That the market for true, console-depth games for mobile platforms has pretty much dried up apart from a niche group of interested people? I got this lovely Vita and 3DS lying next to me and there doesn't seem to be coming out much of interest for months, WHY?
  11. Earlier this week, a new Capcom title was announced. Titled E.X. Troopers, this action shooting game is being developed for PS3 and 3DS (interesting choice of platforms) release under the watch of producer Shintaro Kojima (Monster Hunter series). E.X. Troopers shares the same world view as Lost Planet. However, the game has an anime visual style and a school-themed story (hmm... ). According to a summary of Famitsu, the game looks like a science fiction Justice Gakuen (eh?). Between stages, the game uses a "manga demo" event system similar to what was used in Gravity Rush. Capcom will be using May'n for the game's theme song. The game's already set for a playable debut, and will appear at the Capcom Summer Jam event in playable form. Capcom Summer Jam will be held on June 30 and July 1. E.X. Troopers tells of the fight between the snow pirates and Akrid aliens on EDN-3rd. You play as Bren Turner, a young man who's come to the academy (the game has a school theme, remember) from EDN-2nd. The game also introduces such characters as TeeKee, a female snow pirate who has the ability to communicate with the Akrid, and Gingira, a Vital Suit that's loaded with next generation AI and can communicate with its pilot. Gingira calls Bren "Master." The EDN-3rd planet has three bases, each with unique traits. You select one of these to serve as your base of operations. The three bases figure into the story, as while Bren comes from one base, other members of the academy come from different bases. Famitsu managed to get some interview time with Shintaro Kojima, the game's producer. The game was started with the hope of making a beginners' action shooter, explained Kojima. While E.X. Troopers shares its world setting with Lost Planet, they hope that players play it lightly as a new title. Unfortunately, the reveal article does not seem to have much in the way of gameplay details. But with a playable debut coming next month, we'll hopefully get details over the coming weeks. E.X. Troopers will see a Japanese 3DS and PS3 release some time this year. The game is currently 60% complete. Promtional artwork: Official site: > http://www.capcom.co.jp/ext/ Official first trailer (3DS version): No word on a Western release; yet.
  12. So with Gamescom kicking off tomorrow, I thought a thread to contain all the news might be called for. VG247 have written up a great summary of why this event is much more about the games than E3, so with some of the industries biggest publishers holding their own presser, we should get a good few announcements, and a better look at this winters line up. Below is a summary of the who, what, why where and when, in order of each conference's schedule: Capcom: Capcom delivered a solid show, focussing on new titles in existing franchises, but the stand out title was their new IP, Remember Me. What We Got: Devil May Cry Resident Evil 6 Lost Planet 3 Marvel vs Capcom Origins Jo Jo's Bizarre Adventure HD (Vita) Okami HD Remember Me EA: What We Got: Crysis 3 FIFA 13 Medal of Honor Warfighter Need for Speed Most Wanted Star Wars: The Old Republic SimCity Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel Battlefield 3: Armored Kill Dead Space 3 NHL 2013 The Simpsons: Tapped Out Sony: What We Got: PlayStation All Stars: Battle Royale (Vita & PS3) Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified (Vita) Assassin's Creed III Assassins Creed: Liberation (Vita) Soul Sacrifice (Vita) The Unfinished Swan Ratchet & Clank: Q Force (Vita & PS3) The Last of Us Killzone: Mercenary Wonder Book - A Book of Spells - Walking With Dinosaurs - Diggs Nightcrawler - Disney (only announced) LittleBigPlanet (Vita) When Vikings Attack (Vita & PS3) Rain Until Dawn (Move) Puppeteer Sports Champions 2 Tearaway (Vita) God Of War: Ascension Sly 4 (Vita & PS3) Little Big Planet: Karting Playstation Mobile (Vita & Android - Couldn't find the montage for this anywhere, if anyone does, just send it along and I'll update the link) Additional News: Below is a summary of the event taken from the Playstation blog: Ubisoft: Times: UK: August 15th 2:00 PM EU: August 15th 3:00 PM Live Streams: Text Stream Only: http://www.el33tonline.com/past/2012/8/15/gamescom_2012_ubisoft_press_conference/ Expectations: After knocking it out of the park at E3, it's hard to see what more Ubisoft have left to reveal. Numerous quotes points to a focus on free to play gaming reveals, based on their existing IP, so don't expect any Watchdogs level unveilings. Expected Games Are: Assassin’s Creed III Assassin’s Creed III Liberation Far Cry 3 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online Shootmania: Storm Rabbids Land Rayman Legend Sports Connection Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2013 ZombiU As Gamescom rolls on, I'll update the 'Expected Games' sections with links to revealed videos. Feel free to post links to these videos, and I'll roll them into the OP.
  13. Times: UK: June 5th 5:00 PM BST EU: June 5th 6:00 PM CET US: June 5th 9:00 AM PST US: June 5th 12:00 PM EST Video Streams: http://www.nintendo....nintendo_direct http://e3.gamespot.c...ce/nintendo-e3/ http://www.gametrailers.com/e3/ http://www.g4tv.com/...s/nintendo/136/ http://www.youtube.com/user/E3 What Are We Expecting: Nintendo's conference has about as clear a focus as you could get. The re-reveal of their next gen Wii U console is almost certainly going to be the talk of E3. Unlike other console manufacturers, Nintendo probably won't be blazing the machines specs up on their ceiling high screen, but what we will doubtless be getting, is the highly anticipated reveal of Nintendo's first foray in HD development. Anticipated Wii U games include: Pikimin 3 New Super Mario Bros Aliens: Colonial Marines Wii U Fit Wii U Sports Darksiders 2 Dragon Quest X Killer Freaks From Outer Space Lego City Stories It's not clear if last year's Zelda tech demo indicates that Link's first HD adventure will be revealed, but regardless, anticipate plenty of exciting software announcements from the big N. Aside from games, all eyes will be on the final details of the Wii U's tablet controller, and we can expect plenty of showcase demonstrations of how the tablet, Wiimote and games will work together to create innovative gameplay experiences. Another aspect of the Wii U which everyone is anticipating, is what type of OS and online services it will provide. Will Nintendo finally be dropping friends codes, were the rumors of EA's Origin service playing a role pan out, or will they be going it alone? Unfortunately, Nintendo have confirmed that they will not be announcing either the Wii U's price or release date at the conference, but with all that lot, there should be no shortage of news to keep us busy. Of course Nintendo won't just be talking about the Wii U. Last year the 3DS had a hell of a show, with announcements such as Super Mario 3D, Luigi's Mansion 2 and Super Smash Brothers 3DS stealing the show. There's no reason to suspect they won't be announcing an equally compelling roster of 3DS games, and already there are announcements/rumours that we'll be seeing: Professor Layton & The Miracle Mask Animal Crossing Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate Monster Hunter 4 Assassin’s Creed: Lost Legacy Paper Mario Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright LEGO Lord of the Rings Harvest Moon: A New Beginning Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance Nintendo have plenty to share, and all being well, there will be no shortage of news and announcements to keep us talking. What We Got: Pre-E3 Conference: [media=] All credit to tnman for putting together a great summary of Nintendo's pre-E3 event together: Controller to be called 'Wii U Gamepad'. 'Proper' analogue sticks with 'click button' rather than 3DS-style thumb pad. Gamepad also a TV remote. Wii U Pro Controller (above) - looks very much like 360 controller with right stick and buttons swapped. Some sort of Wii U internet hub for discussion on help for games and what-not. Smartphone app for Nintendo network/Wii U internet hub shown. 'Mii Wara Wara'/'Miiverse' - the home screen for the Wii U is akin to 3DS' Streetpass Plaza. Miiverse can be accessed by all games - e.g. after dying on Mario speech bubbles will pop up on the black screen saying 'Can't believe I died there!' etc. Can post screenshots from your Wii U. Curtains. Not all features at launch. Main-E3 Conference: What did we get.... well there's a good question, what exactly did Nintendo deliver at their main conference, that would ensure the Wii U was seen as an exciting, relevant new console? Well it started well enough, there was the typically quirky intro, which this time showed Shigeru Miyamoto preparing for the conference with the help of some Pikmin. This led into a live demo of Pikmin 3, and the first full demo of the Wii U in action. Following this, we had Reggie (whose body remains ready) on stage for a more in depth look at the Wii U. In spite of Reggie's initial promise of a show which would spotlight 23 Wii U titles, we were delivered one of the most lackluster showings for a new hardware unveiling in recent memory. Sure there was New Super Mario Brothers 2, a not un-intersting look at Zombie-U, an extensive look at Lego City Undercover and the quasi Home like social gaming network of Nintendo World, but rather than offering gamers a first glimpse at the big N's tent pole franchises - which would demonstrate why exactly they chose to bolt a screen into their new controller - we were treated to a overly long demo of the now 8 month old Arkham City. A showing which did nothing to alleviate concerns about the use of the tablet controller for much beyond inventory/maps and gimmicks, or for that matter, the technical ability of the machine itself. Elsewhere a new Scribblenaughts was briefly demonstrated, although it remains unclear as to what type of game it's going to be, and a showreel which featured (amongst others) Mass Effect 3, Assassins Creed 3, Aliens: Colonial Marines and Darksiders 2 should send warning flares up about just how much support third party developers are actually going to give the machine. In terms of hardware, the tablet controller got a nice showcase video, which confirmed that the controller itself will include both an accelerometer and gyroscope, along with both a camera and built in microphone. Also present is rumble support, a headphone jack, volume controls, and support for Near filed communications. The console will also be compatible with past Wii controllers, including the Wiimote, nun chuck and balance board. The biggest news was that the Wii U now supports two Gamepad controllers (the official name of the tablet controller), and that a classic pad is being made available, which bears a striking resemblance to the 360 controller. The 3DS got a brief bit of time, which after we got through a knuckle suckingly scripted bit of banter between Reggie and Scott Moffitt, included a first look at Paper Mario: 3DS, a re-unveiling of Luigi's Mansion 2: Dark Moon, and a showreel featuring snippets from: Castlevania Lords of Shadow, Epic Mickey Power of Illusion, Scribblenauts Unlimited, Kingdom Hearts 3D, Drop Dream Distance, Lego City Undercover and Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon. The Wii U side of things was rounded out by a mercifully short demonstration of Just Dance 4, and a closer look at the aforementioned Nintendo World, and that was that. The whole conference went by in a blur to be honest, and it amazes me that so much time was dedicated to Batman: Arkham City, whilst a new exclusive propery from Platinum Games (Project P-100) was relegated to an after show interview. Much like Sony with Vita, Nintendo needed to make good on their claims of wanting to bring the core back to Nintendo consoles, but with a paltry showing of third party titles (token support from EA, and nothing from Activision) and precious little from Nintendo themselves, they could not have given the Wii U a more timid start. Additional Information: Developer discussion with Wii U hardware producer Katsuya Eguchi: - Tuesday, June 5, 11:30 PM PT 3DS Showcase: http://www.nintendo....nintendo_direct UK: June 3th 2:00 AM BST EU: June 6th 3:00 AM CET US: June 6th 6:00 PM PST US: June 6th 9:00 PM EST If anyone has any further information about how and where these conferences will be streamed, then let me know and I'll update the OP. Otherwise, I imagine the links at the top will update accordingly.
  14. Well, I haven't done one of these in a while. It's another Know Your Boxart quiz! All the letters below are from the boxart of 2012 game releases. How many do you recognise? Please put your answers in spoiler tags so as not to ruin it for others. I'll post the answers up tomorrow if no-one gets them in the meantime. And yes, there is no letter 'Q' - I couldn't find a decent one.
  15. http://www.vg247.com/2012/07/10/angry-birds-trilogy-to-release-on-ps3-360-3ds-around-the-holidays/ Glad to see if come to the consoles, but full retail? That is madness
  16. So, what better thread to start on a lazy sunday then a predictions and expectations thread about this years E3. It's only a month and a week away now, so better get those crazy and outlandish ideas in before the first inevitable leaks start seeping in. Personally I'm looking most forward to the Nintendo stuff this year: The final Wii U presentation, new 3DS games ea. I'm hoping we get to see the new Wii U Mario title, Pikmin 3, a new 3DS Zelda game (which will hopefully feat. Toon Link), more of Luigi's Mansion 2, more of Animal Crossing 3DS + it's actual name, more on Level-5's Fantasy Life, the rumoured The World Ends With You Too, the rumoured Kirby, Donkey Kong and Yoshi 3DS games, the rumoured Z.O.E. 3DS game. And of course a healthy amount of exciting eShop titles. And if I can dream, I'd like to see a Wii U F-Zero game, the announcement of an new Earthbound game, a Suda51 game for the WiiU (although he already said that he'd really like to do NMH 3 for the Wii U). I'm also keen on seeing what Sony will do with the Vita; both on trying to counter the pretty poor sales, and hopefully doing this Nintendo-style by announcing lots of great new and unexpected games for this little baby. Whatever happened to Dragon's Crown (and Grand Knights History for that matter...) ? Also excited about the PS4 actually, but just because I'm curious finding out about what we can expect from the next gen. Ah, and lest I forget: Will we see the reveal of a new 3DS model (with two sticks)? Last year I was convinced this'd happen at either E3 2012 or TGS 2012, so I wonder if I was right. Although I'm not so sure now... So, thoughts?
  17. Another (nearly a) month, another issue! Features: Ten Games That Will Save Nintendo (cover feature) The 25 Reasons You Must Play Kid Icarus Uprising Confessions of a Digital Gigolo Previews: Epic Mickey 2, Kingdom Hearts 3D, Darksiders II, Lego Batman 2 Replay: Space Station Silicon Valley Time Warp: Rod Land (NES), Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Beyond Good and Evil (GC) Still Playing: The Last Story Judgement Play: ISS 64, Revenge of the Gator, FireEmblem: The Sacred Stones Reviews: Wii: Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion XL - 70 3DS: Farming Simulator 2012 3D - 38 3DS: Crash Time 3D - 18 DS: Zuma's Revenge - 57 DS: Major League Baseball 2K12 - 48 Wii: Alvin and the Chipmunks Chipwrecked - 20 3DS: Jewel Master: Cradle of Room 2 - 53 Wii: Calvin Tucker's Redneck F.A.R.T. - 35 Wii: We Sing Pop! - 35 Import Reviews: 3DS: Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir - 71 3DS: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy - 80 3DS: Hatsune Miku and Future Stars: Project Mirai - 69 DS: Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 - 68 DS: Pokémon + Nobunga's Ambition - 80 Online and Online Shop Reviews: 3DS: Kid Icarus Uprising (Online mode) - 88 3DSWare: Speedthru Potzol's Puzzle - 64 3DSWare: Fun! Fun! Minigolf Touch! - 48 3DS Virtual Console: Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters (GB) - 65 3DS Virtual Console: Metroid (NES) - 81 3DS Virtual Console: Punch-out!! (NES) - 83 3DS Virtual Console: Super Mario Bros (NES) - 90 Wii Virtual Console: Strider (Mega Drive) - 86 Wii Virtual Console: Mega Man X (Super NES) - 84 Wii Virtual Console: Mega Man 5 (NES) - 77 EDIT: Review scores restored, by popular forumite demand.
  18. So this is coming out this April for the 3DS eShop. Basically, SpeedThru: Potzol's Puzzle is the Aztec-themed follow-up of ThruSpace, developed by Nintendo subsidiary Key Factory in 2010 for the Wii. SpeedThru: Potzol's Puzzle is an exciting puzzle game in which you move and rotate a brick-like object through gaps in walls. Putting your brick through a gap earns you points, but mastering this ability allows you to perform combos (eg. picking up pairs) and tricks (rotating the object so that its shadow covers all of the gap before passing through it), which are key to achieving high scores. Refine your skills in multiple game modes, brush up on the rules in the Tutorial, or watch replay save data. As the game progresses, the number of available objects, backgrounds, stages and levels will increase. If you have a broadband Internet connection, you can register your high scores on the leaderboard via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and compare scores with other SpeedThru players. Like its predecessor, this game is easy to play but difficult to master. Official trailer: Official Japanese mini-site: http://www.nintendo....jelj/index.html Looks like an interesting twist on the legendary Tetris formula. I have never played ThruSpace myself, so if the price is right, and the reviews aren't too damning I might pick this one up later this year.
  19. Doesn't seem that long since the last issue, does it? Features: Assassin's Creed III The 29 Worst Decisions in NIntendo History Previews: Kingdom Hearts 3DS, Paper Mario 3DS, Theatrhythm FInal Fantasy Replay: Timesplitters 2 Time Warp: Chuck Rock, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Ikaruga Still Playing: Super Mario 3D Land Judgement Play: NBA Jam, Solar Jetman, Meteos Reviews: 3DS: Kid Icarus Uprising - 92 DS: Inazuma Eleven 2: Firestorm/Blizzard - 72 3DS: Rhythm Thief & The Emperor's Treasure - 76 Wii: Pandora's Tower - 81 3DS: Gabrielle's Ghostly Groove 3D - 49 3DS: Carnival Games: Wild West 3D - 69 DS: Card Games: The Classics - 35 Wii: Junior League Sports - 11 DS: Puzzler World 2012 - 75 3DS: The Whitakers Present Milton & Friends 3D - 39 Wii: Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 - 40 DS: Jewel Master: Cradle of Persia - 45 Import Reviews: 3DS: Nekketsu Kouha Kunio-Kun Special - 31 3DS: Beyond The Labyrinth - 53 Online and Online Shop Reviews: Wii: The Last Story (Online mode) - 65 3DS: Tekken 3D Prime Edition (Online mode) - 43 WiiWare: Newton vs The Horde - 52 3DS Virtual Console: Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 (GB) - 78 3DSWare: Dillon's Rolling Western - 62
  20. New issue's just popped through t'letterbox, so another round-up is due. Features: Wii U: The Truth The 25 Heartbreakingest Nintendo Moments Interview: Hironobu Sakaguchi Replay: Freedom Fighters Time Warp: Viewtiful Joe Still Playing: Xenoblade Chronicles Judgement Play: Glover, WCW/nWo Revenge, Solstice Reviews: Wii: Mario Party 9 - 80 3DS: Nano Assault - 75 3DS: One Piece: Unlimited Cruise SP - 31 3DS: Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games - 70 3DS: Pac-Man Party 3D - 50 DS: Captain Morgane & The Golden Turtle - 50 3DS: Secret Mysteries in London - 21 Wii: Kiki Trick - 78 3DS: Order Up!! - 62 3DS: Reel Fishing Paradise 3D - 65 DS: Heroes of Hellas 2: Olympia - 29 Online and Online Shop Reviews: 3DS: Resident Evil: Revelations (Online mode) - 94 WiiWare: Bobby Carrot Forever - 54 WiiWare: TNT Racers - 47 Wii Virtual Console: Prince of Persia (Super NES) - 87 3DS Virtual Console: Prince of Persia (GBC) - 50 3DS Virtual Console: Balloon Kid (GB) - 76 3DSWare: 3D Classics: Kid Icarus - 80
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    Seaman 3DS

    Seaman Coming to 3DS -- Nikkei Nintendo planning on reviving other company's titles on 3DS. Plus, what were Miyamoto and Iwata eating when they came up with the DS? http://andriasang.co...012/seaman_3ds/
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