Starting now through January 6th, 2013, if you purchase one of five select digital titles from the Nintendo 3DS eShop, you can get yourself a rare version of the NES Donkey Kong. When originally released in arcades, Donkey Kong featured four different stages. Due to memory restrictions on the NES, only three of those stages made the NES game. This all new digital bonus features the NES version of the […]
The release of Code of Princess from ATLUS is upon us in just a little over a week, set for release on October 9th. What better time than now to remind you that you need this game and that reminder is an all new launch trailer for the game! Check it out after the jump and if you haven’t yet, be sure to preorder your copy of the 3DS title […]
It’s been a long ass time coming, but La-Mulana has finally made it’s way to WiiWare, proving that Nintendo actually does remember that WiiWare exists every now and again. Check out all the new content after the jump and be sure to grab your free Pokedex 3D from the 3DS eShop before it gets yanked on October 1st to make way for the Pokedex 3D Pro, which WON’T be free.
It’s been a pretty slow news day when it comes to Nintendo, so I figured I’d throw you guys a bone by revealing this week’s new titles for the 3DS eShop! We get some unique platforming action, an on rails shooter, a bookstore sim, and a classic Game Boy hidden gem all in a single week! Check the full list of games after the jump.
Continually proving that LEGO games can be a right old hoot to play, developers Traveller’s Tales may have created the greatest LEGO licensed game yet with LEGO City Undercover for the Wii U. Boasting a massive open-world, lashings of that loveable LEGO charm and humour, LEGO City Undercover underpins it all with gameplay that takes notable cues from not only its own stud collecting heritage, but also from Rockstar‘s hugely popular Grand Theft Auto franchise too. […]
Well, that’s Japan sorted then. As part of Wii U media deluge that we presently find ourselves in, Capcom have confirmed that not only will Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate release on the Wii U, alongside the 3DS version next year, but that the game will also facilitate cross-platform play between the two Nintendo platforms. Brilliant.