Posts tagged 3DS
Welcome to the Kalos region, featuring brand new Pokemon to discover, capture and battle including the new form of Mewtwo. A whole new adventure awaits those who told themselves they would be a Pokemon Master, this time on the Nintendo 3DS this Fall.
Featuring a new art style and some really cute More >
The minis are on the move this week to the 3DS eShop. Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move is the latest puzzle game from Nintendo that should help to quell the boredom at the bus stop.
The game is somewhat similar to Pipe Dream (or the Bioshock hacking game) in that you are placing tracks More >
With games like Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, Fire Emblem: Awakening, and Super Mario 3D Land already out, and others such as Animal Crossing: New Leaf on their way, the 3DS library is starting to look quite respectable. Here to further round out the selection of good games on the 3DS is Mega Man 4. More >
It’s 2013 and Nintendo has declared that this would be “The Year of Luigi”, hoping to have him break out on his own. We’re starting it off with Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon for the 3DS.
Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Platform: Nintendo 3DS Developer/Publisher: Nintendo Release Date: March 24th, More >
Nintendo has caught wind of the only-available-shortly-after-purchase dlc trend, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity being the latest host to that strategy. The game will be available on March 24 at retail and via the 3DS eShop. The Poké Forest dungeon will be available for free in-game More >
We have two intense trailers here for you this week in the Nintendo Download. Nintendo has turned your precious Star Fox Arwing into a stone and dropped it down a well. Confused? Kersploosh is a game in which you control a stone that has been dropped into a well. The object is to reach the bottom More >
The Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate demo for 3DS is now available for all those who wish to vanquish evil (well, you know, for at least another year or two). The full version will be available on March 5th. In Wii U news, Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien, starring that More >
As a response from public feedback about the fact that Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is going to have region-locked online, Capcom announced that there will be a patch released shortly after the game’s launch that will allow cross-region play between NA and EU, allowing the two countries to get More >
If there’s ever been a good time to check out the Monster series, it’s now. The Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate demo has just been unleashed onto the 3DS and Wii U eShops. Grab your over-sized sword and head out onto the digital battlefield.
However, if RPG adventuring isn’t what you want at the More >
Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage 2 is hitting the Wii U eShop with an emphatic WATATATATATATATATATAAAA. Seriously though, it’s really cool to see that Nintendo is digging a niche for Japanese games that would not normally get a chance outside of Japan. Thus far their efforts have somewhat been More >
The 3DS eShop is about to be trampled upon by Fire Emblem fans trying to procure their digital copies (February 4th). The demo is out, and based on that, it has great production values and localization, and it’s quite a challenge. Newcomers, don’t be too frightened; there’s an easy mode available. More >
With Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate being able to do cross-platform play between 3DS and Wii U, there are bound to be questions that pop up. The official Capcom PR statement about the game says that players can play alone, online with up to for players on the Wii U, locally using up to four Nintendo More >
If actions in the world were turn-based, Fire Emblem Awakening would be going for a critical strike with its latest move: a playable demo. Whether or not it will do massive damage and force you to do some fancy accounting magic, creating $39.99 where there otherwise wouldn’t, only time will tell. More >
Nintendo got its toes wet in the DLC pool with New Super Mario Bros. 2 on 3DS, and is now feeling comfortable enough to dive in head first. On launch day, new owners of Fire Emblem: Awakening can download a map that will be temporarily available starting from the game’s launch. Along with this More >
Level 5 has gone out on a limb to help develop and publish a handful of smaller titles for the 3DS; a few that are quite different from the norm. One of those games is Crimson Shroud, a role-playing game for 3DS. However, it’s not the type of RPG you may have become accustomed to. It does have More >
One easy way to confuse the average gamer is to start talking about how much you’re enjoying the block puzzles in the game you’re currently playing. The inclusion of block puzzles in games that don’t have a focus on them have been a thorn in gamers’ thumbs for at least a decade or two. All too More >
Here’s your chance to defeat two of the games that have haunted many players for years. You’ve probably played several of Mega Man’s progeny, but it’s nice to take a look back at history to see how things got started. You might be surprised at how little has changed.
As for Super Mario Bros. 2, More >
While it would be nigh impossible to convince a publisher to get behind a sixty-dollar, story-driven rpg board game, small downloadable titles can just about do as they please. Crimson Shroud is that game, and it’s now available on the 3DS eShop. You follow a small band of adventurers in a More >
Whether you’re a gamer who’s never been to E3, or you miss the good ole’ days of the arcade, this Nintendo tour is a decent substitute for both. Nintendo will be setting up shop in a multitude of malls around the country, letting the masses play new games for both Wii U and 3DS. Here’s a list of More >
This week’s Nintendo Download blasts off with a demo for the much-anticipated Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion for 3DS. Mizrabel from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves is wreaking havoc on Mickey and friends, and it is your task to stop her. The game features several figures from Disney’s past More >
To start off this weekly update of downloadables and information, Nintendo has given the go-ahead for a new demo of Style Savvy: Trendsetters, which gives players a better idea of what the complete package is about. For a mind-melting, intense challenge (as if mind-melting weren’t enough), More >
I took it upon myself to confront the most challenging thing to this point in my time at Nerd Reactor: reviewing a so-called “girl game”. I would like to point out that it is not possible to be a male character in this game, so calling it a game for girls is quite appropriate. I input my name, More >
It’s the Fall season again, and that means it’s time for a new Professor Layton title. Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask is the first title for the Nintendo 3DS and is the fifth title in the series. Luke, and Emmy are back in a brand new adventure that delves into the past of Hershel Layton and More >
Nintendo has been on a roll with new information via their “Nintendo Direct” broadcasts, and today a deluge of information on 3DS games will leave gamers twitching their thumbs with excitement. For starters, owners of New Super Mario Bros. 2 can now download three different map packs at the More >
Fans of the Prince of Persia and Assassin’s Creed series should take note (Assassin’s Creed started as a PoP spinoff). This is what Prince of Persia used to be. It’s a clunky little gem that requires some patience to enjoy. I hated it when I first played it, but having bought it, I didn’t have a More >