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  • An Impressive Balancing Act – Art of Balance Wii U Review

    Published at Nintendo Enthusiast - 6 readers

    Shin’en has been quietly developing games for Nintendo platforms for over thirteen years now. Getting their start on the Game Boy Advance, Shin’en went on to release games for the DS, Wii, 3DS, and Wii U. They were also one of the first companies to release large-scale indie games on Nintendo WiiWare, one of them being the original Art of Balance.

  • eShop Thursday: “Super Smaaaaash Brothers” Edition

    Published at nineinchsandwich

    We’re only hours away from the launch of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS in the eShop! Of course, if you prefer a physical copy, there are some places holding midnight launches. In either case, if you’re planning to pick up the game, you need to download the version 1.0.2 update in order to play online. The update is already available in the eShop.

  • Nintendo - No minimum sales requirement for devs/pubs to make money on eShop

    GoNintendo - - 2 readers - Coming from Nintendo's Ed Valiente... “That used to be the case with WiiWare and we did that with noble reasons in the beginning – that if you really thought your game was worth it, it would sell but that’s not always true. So we have no minimum threshold. You earn from the first sale you make. We let developers set the price and release date.
  • Swords & Soldiers II screenshots/art, fact sheet

    Nintendo Everything - - 2 readers - General Name: Swords & Soldiers II Publisher: Ronimo Games BV Developer: Ronimo Games BV Platform: Wii U™ (Nintendo eShop) Number of Players: 1 (Campaign mode), 1-2 (Skirmish mode) Release Window: Q4 2014 – Q1 2015 ESRB Rating: Rating Pending Gameplay Genre: Side scrolling strategy Playable Factions: 3 Campaign Levels: 20 Story missions plus Skirmishes Trailer: http://www.youtube.

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  • eShop Thursday: “A Quest, a Crest and… Another Quest” Edition

    … Halloween’s almost upon us so that means it’s the last chance for publishers to push out some spooky games while they’re still relevant. Among this week’s notables are Costume Quest 2, Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land and Demon’s Crest. You can look through the rest of this week’s releases after the break. 3DS Downloads/ Virtual Console…

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  • Nintendo doesn't always let you buy the things that you want

    …, but you'd be wrong. Not that long ago, Nintendo released a DSiWare game called Nintendoji, but only for Club Nintendo members in Japan. Before that they did the same with Doc Louis's Punch-Out on WiiWare, but at least that wasn't Japan only. There were also several DS carts that were only available as Club Nintendo gifts, like Tingle's Balloon…

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  • Nintendo - No minimum sales requirement for devs/pubs to make money on eShop

    … no, there are no thresholds, no limited price – although people still ask us what we think they should sell their game for. My answer is: go on to the eShop, see what other games are selling for, see where your game fits in and set your price accordingly. My one advice would be don’t go too low at the beginning. Because if you go too low…

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  • eShop Thursday: “Do What You Want ‘Cause A Pirate is $20?” Edition

    … Yar! Har! Fiddle-dee-dee! Being a pirate is all right to be, and you can now that Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse is out in the 3DS eShop! Konami continues its October of Castlevania this month with the Virtual Console release of the fan-favorite Aria of Sorrow. Coming later this week: The digital versions of Fantasy Life, Pokémon Art Academy…

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  • PN Review: Fantasy Life (3DS)

    … as much as you want. Live the life you’ve always wanted and let your fantasy begin! Related posts: E3 2014: Fantasy Life Is New Life Sim/RPG Hybrid From Level 5 Video: Fantasy Life: UK Launch Trailer PN Review: Farming Simulator 14 (3DS) FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES: My Life as a Darklord AVAILABLE THIS FRIDAY FOR WiiWare (UK) …

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  • Zombie Panic in Wonderland DC Dated For Europe

    … (@akaoni_jose) October 20, 2014 The game is a deluxe version of a WiiWare game, which originally saw release back in 2010. It’s an arcade gallery shooter, with some an on-screen character thrown in you need to watch over whilst mowing down the nasties. The game features a cutesy art style which makes it perfect for all ages. A previously updated version also…

    2 readers - Nintendo Enthusiast - Panic! -
  • Curve Studios Releases Detailed Release Schedule

    … first Wii U announcement and is a Wii U exclusive sequel to their smash hit stealth-action game. The Swapper is a puzzle-platformer originally raised for it’s style atmosphere and innovation in an otherwise over-saturated genre. Thomas Was Alone however, is likely their most intriguing and unique project currently announced. Players control one…

    2 readers - Nintendo Enthusiast -
  • Club Nintendo October Rewards Announced

    … needed to download them: Kirby’s Dream Course for Wii U Virtual Console (200 coins) Wrecking Crew for Wii U Virtual Console (200 coins) Zoda’s Revenge: StarTropics II for Wii Virtual Console (200 coins) Maboshi’s Arcade for WiiWare (250 coins) Donkey Kong for 3DS Virtual Console (150 coins) 3D Classics: Kid Icarus for 3DS eShop (200…

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  • An Impressive Balancing Act – Art of Balance Wii U Review

    … Shin’en has been quietly developing games for Nintendo platforms for over thirteen years now. Getting their start on the Game Boy Advance, Shin’en went on to release games for the DS, Wii, 3DS, and Wii U. They were also one of the first companies to release large-scale indie games on Nintendo WiiWare, one of them being the original Art…

    6 readers - Shawn Long - Nintendo Enthusiast - Balance -
  • GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - Your last family gaming experience

    … action going on! #wiiu #eshop #3ds View on Instagram I have a terrible confession to make. Art of Balance is a game that's right up my alley, but I never played it until earlier today. When the original hit WiiWare, I had full intentions of checking it out. Then things got busy and time flew by. Before I knew it, the game was making its way over to 3DS…

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