Category: 3DS

Mega Man Legacy Collection Review – Back to Basics

Mega Man Legacy Collection brings the first six Mega Man games to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo 3DS (to be released later this year). Digital Eclipse has done an exceptional job with porting these classic NES games to current-gen consoles. Not a pixel is out of place, and the original audio has been recreated with ...

Zelda, ARMS, and Splatoon 2 expansions reveal Nintendo’s relationship with DLC

In the “post-Amiibo” era, Nintendo has had a complex relationship with its first-party DLC. Games that are certain to sell, like Super Smash Bros. 4 Wii U / 3DS and Mario Kart 8, generally jump at the opportunity to charge. Comparable models, however, show Nintendo’s pricing to be more aggressive than its competitors: SSB4 DLC ...

Nintendo Switch is already being hacked

As I’m sure most people are aware, consoles and handhelds have exploits. Almost every console can be modded and is able to play copied games except the newest generation. All in good time though right? Nintendo’s 3DS was pretty famous for having a very active modding scene and their Wii has possibly the biggest homebrew ...

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Announced

Fire Emblem is a franchise that has a very colorful history. There wasn’t a Fire Emblem game released overseas until the seventh entry in the franchise. Despite that, the series received lukewarm sales outside of Japan, even the eventual remake of the first game. The series was in danger of being discontinued, right until the ...

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Games Done Quick Collects Millions for Charity

The bi-annual video game speed running event Games Done Quick has raised over 2 million dollars for charity. The event ran for a week straight and featured a huge variety of quick speedruns, from staples like the Zelda games to quirky entries like SpongeBob SquarePants. If you missed the action on Twitch, check out Games ...

New DLC for Harvest Moon: Skytree Village Announced

It’s an exciting day for fans of Harvest Moon, as developer Natsume announced today the imminent arrival of three new DLC packs for the latest installment Harvest Moon: Skytree Village. The first two DLC packs will launch on January 24th and feature two new marriageable candidates, and the third DLC pack will release on February ...

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Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove Announced

Shovel Knight is a game that was a bit of an indie darling in 2014. Backed on Kickstarter, was released to extremely positive reviews as well as commercial success. It has since then been ported to nearly every major gaming platform, including the 3DS and PS Vita. Yacht Games, the developer of Shovel Knight, kept ...

Nintendo Issues Takedown Notice Against Freeshop App

A homebrew application for the 3DS titled “freeshop” which allows users to download 3DS titles without using the official eShop is in trouble with Nintendo according to an article by Nintendo Life. Freeshop allowed users to download their titles from Nintendo’s online store without actually using the online store’s interface, which many have criticized as ...

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New Dragon Quest XI Trailer Has Plenty to Share

At Jump Festa 2017 in Tokyo, Square Enix unveiled the newest trailer for Dragon Quest XI, set to release in Japan sometime in 2017. The opening cinematic, as well as some gameplay, were revealed. Dragon Quest XI, like its predecessors, continues the tradition of fighting monsters and exploring worlds. From the little gameplay we’ve seen so far, ...

Pokemon Stars is rumored to be a Nintendo Switch Pokemon RPG

It is known that each pokemon generation has certain core games, Generation I had Red and Blue, Generation II had Gold and Silver, and those core games are usually followed by a sister game that is essentially an improved version of both, like Pokemon Yellow or Pokemon Crystal. Consoles can also get Pokemon RPGs that feature battles ...