Tag: 3DS

Stretchmo – First Impressions

Stretchmo came as quite a surprise. Without any advertisement or promotion, Nintendo published Stretchmo on the Nintendo eShop on May 14. The title is free to download, and seven puzzles come with the free version. Players can then choose to purchase additional puzzles in separate packs or as a complete bundle. Mallo’s Playtime Plaza brings 100 puzzles ...

Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains Review – Breaking Chains

Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains (developed by Spike Chunsoft and published by ATLUS) is the very first Attack on Titan game to be released outside of Japan. Seeing as the Attack on Titan anime and manga series have become worldwide phenomena over the past few years, it’s safe to say that expectations are high for what will be ...

Dragon Quest VIII Announced for Nintendo 3DS

Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King was released for the PlayStation 2 in 2004 (Japan) / 2005 (North America). It was a well-received title, and many fans hold it in high regard as one of the best games in the Dragon Quest series. Square Enix recently announced that Dragon Quest VIII will be coming ...

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Bloo Kid 2 – First Impressions

If you haven’t heard of Bloo Kid 2, that’s okay. The game was released by developer Winterworks for iOS and Android devices last year as a free-to-play title, and it caught the eye of a number of game critics who hailed Bloo Kid 2 for its retro elements, fluid gameplay, and soundtrack. Now, Bloo Kid 2 has made ...

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Nintendo eShop Spotlight: Runny Egg

Runny Egg is a strange little game. The Nintendo eShop has quite a lot of silly sounding games that most people pass right over. With titles like Jet Dog, Flap Flap, and I Love My Horse, it’s easy to start dismissing a large number of eShop games as ridiculous wastes of time. At first glance, Runny Egg seems like ...

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Nintendo Is Building A New Membership Service

Nintendo has said that it is developing a new membership service that will bridge the gap between the 3DS, Wii U, PC and mobile devices. The ID system will also be utilized by the company’s currently-in-development follow-up to the Wii U, codenamed “NX.” It is believed that this will offer some kind of alternative to ...

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Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker Review – A Demonic Delight

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor was introduced to the world in 2009. The games are tactical RPGs (or strategy RPGS – SRPGs) that bring grid-based combat to the classic MegaTen experience of recruiting powerful demons and fusing them together to create even stronger demons. The first game was given a makeover and re-released on Nintendo 3DS as Devil ...

Nintendo reports First Annual Profit since 2011

For the first time since 2011, Nintendo’s profits are on the rise. On Thursday the Kyoto-based video game giant reported annual operating profits of ¥24.7 billion and a net profit of ¥41.8 billion ($350 million) for the fiscal year ending March, from ¥549.8 billion in revenue. The figures are a substantial improvement over Nintendo’s own prediction of a ¥30 ...

Nintendo Address Amiibo Shortage

Nintendo have issued a statement via Facebook addressing the rarity of certain amiibo figures. Since the release of the first wave in November 2014, demand for the toys has continually and drastically outweighed the supply from the Japanese company. Scalping has become a major issue as a result, with some amiibo being listed on eBay ...

Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains – New Details and Trailer

Attack on Titan has become an international phenomenon over the past few years, and it’s not hard to see why: a deep story combined with tense action and great characters has made the manga and anime series very successful. Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains is the first Attack on Titan video game to be released ...