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Many Nintendo fans are likely very excited for the ‘New 3DS’. Some of the owners of the original are probably glad that they have put off upgrading to a 3DS XL in light of the ‘New’ announcement. The staff at Pure Nintendo is definitely excited for this new hardware but Nintendo may be in trouble when it comes to the ‘New’ device’s branding.
Nintendo has been flush with indie game releases for Wii U. For most developers it has been a great opportunity to either start making games or expand their audience. For one indie developer though the dream is on hold. Dahku Creations, developer of Chubbins and Soon Shine, the dream of being an indie game developer ended all too soon.
Without owning a copy of Kirby: Triple Deluxe it is hard to tell what kind of experience these mini games provided in the retail release. According to Justin Sharp’s review of Triple Deluxe, “The Kirby Fighters game is a fun diversion and so is Dedede’s Drum Dash.” It is also difficult to tell what is new to the ‘Deluxe’ versions versus what was included in the Triple Deluxe versions.
Nintendo’s lineup of upcoming eShop releases is here for this week, and there’s a lot to choose from, with plenty of titles across the 3DS and Wii U, as well as a new DSi app, among tempting Zelda discounts and other virtual console treats. Check out the full list below and let us know which titles are on your download list for this week. Wii U eShop Cubemen 2 (Nnooo, €7.99 / £6.
Today’s Miiverse pic of the day from Masahiro Sakurai follows up from last week’s Shulk reveal to show the Riki assist trophy, which appears in Shulk’s final smash.
Even though the ‘New’ line of 3DS hardware is only announced for Japan at the moment, we can expect that this new line of 3DS units will also be released for the rest of the world ...
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An interesting tidbit of news regarding classic RPG Chrono Trigger, which was released in 1995 on the Super Nintendo. One of Chrono Trigger’s three creators, Hironobu Sakaguchi, has revealed to fans that his intention was for the game to become an ongoing series, much like his other creation, Final Fantasy. Unfortunately, Sakaguchi lost the fight with Square Enix to continue the series.
With the impending release of Super Smash Bros now in full countdown mode, we’re sure to be in for a plethora of marketing madness for the next two weeks, when the game finally lands on the 3DS in Japan. With that in mind, check out the above Japanese trailer, which shows off five glorious minutes of the game, including characters, stages, items, assists and modes.
Several new screenshots for the latest Adventure Time game have been released in anticipation of the game’s November 2014 launch on the 3DS. The game, developed by WayForward and published by Little Orbit, is the third Adventure Time outing, this time featuring a new land to explore – the Land of Ooo.
James Casson On August 30, 2014 http://purenintendo.com/ The latest Nintendo Minute delves into another classic Virtual Console game, namely Double Dragon 2: The Revenge. Hosts Kit and Krysta play this two player beat ‘em up whilst discussing the history of the game, along with some special tricks and quirks.
Charles Martinet, better known as the voice of Mario and several other Nintendo characters for almost 25 years, has brought the famous characters to life through his personal Instagram account. The videos, which you can check out below, feature figurines of Mario, his brother Luigi and nemesis Wario, in short, humorous segments ...
The most recent trend on the interwebs has seen countless videos posted showing someone having ice cold water dunked on their heads. Thankfully it’s all for charity, and it’s also more fun to watch when it’s someone you know, particularly a celebrity.
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