We’re finally happy to report that an European release date for Senran Kagura Burst has been announced by MAQL Europe, European division of MarvelousAQL, publisher of the game.
Today is the day. Ehm…actually, was the day. We’re talking about the release of both Pokémon Bank and Poké Transporter, the two brand new 3DS apps that allow players to transfer their favourite Pokémon from older versions of the game to X & Y and also store them online.
We’re kinda fond of anime and manga, and sure a new Initial D game is something that doesn’t slip off our radar. With our great pleasure (and curiosity) SEGA has announced a brand new game based on Initial D series for the Nintendo 3DS, called Initial D Perfect Shift Online.
This thursday the 3DS eShop will finally be hit with 3D classics from SEGA, including arcade masterpiece Space Harrier.
The game is obviously published by SEGA, but the actual port of the old arcade game (alongside with all the other SEGA classics for the Nintendo 3DS) is made by developer M2, that started in the industry many years ago and it’s responsible for the SEGA AGES compilations on Saturn, and eventually, on PlayStation 2 and Wii Virtual Console.
Yep, that’s right, while you were sleeping Persona’s developer ATLUS announced four new games for the franchise! Starting with the long waited next installment of the main series Persona 5, to be released on PlayStation 3 next winter (so far) in Japan only. Here’s the very first teaser trailer.
If you’re a Pokémon fan and you own the new X & Y, you probably already know about the process to catch shiny Pokémon called “chaining”. If not, it’s very simple, basically Game Freak implemented a new mechanism that increase the rate of shinies appearance rate on successful chain fishing (or encountering in tall grass). Obviously this is a quite long and very boring method, that led YouTube user dekuNukem to build his own shiny catcher machine.
How it works? Well, watch the video and you’ll know.
As you can see from the video, the machine is not catching shiny Pokémon for you, but it’s doing the dirty job of repeatedly fishing in the same spot again and again until the shiny shows up.
By quoting one of the comments to the video, we’d like to say that science gave us this instead of flying cars…and we’re totally fine with that.
After several scattered announcements and leaks, we’re finally able to show you the very first video gameplay for the upcoming Attack on Titan game, set to be released in Japan on December 5 exclusively for Nintedo 3DS.
The video has been shown at latest japanese Nintendo Direct, where Spike Chunsoft through the voice of Nintendo President Satoru Iwata revealed some new details for the Shingeki no Kyojin ~Jinrui Saigo no Tsubasa (Attack on Titan: Last Wings of Humanity) action game.
Thanks to the video uploader we are able to translate more or less the words of Mr. Iwata and to understand that in the game’s story mode, the player controls Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and other members of the Survey Corps as they take on the invading giants. In every mission, the computer control allies who fight alongside the player. Up to four players can cooperate in the game’s multiplayer mode. The video shows how players can also make, customize, and train their own characters.
As usual, still no info regarding a western release of the game.
Namco Bandai Japan has released a brand new promotional video for its upcoming new pirates game One Piece Unlimited World Red on Nintendo 3DS. The video shows some new features of the game, along with most of the playable and non-playable characters.
We remember you that the game is going to be release in Japan on Novemeber 22, but there’s still no info regarding a possible western release.
Yep, you read it right and it’s not a typo. Nintendo has really unveiled a new handheld called Nintendo 2DS! Also yes, it is exactly how you can see from the pic above, a one piece handheld device.
When we first heard the news, we immediately check the calendar, looking for an April 1st on today’s date…but not. This is real, and in our opinion pointless.
Nintendo is claiming that the new 2DS is capable of playing original DS and 3DS games in amazing…2D (you don’t say?).
Also, seems that the new portable console will be available this October in NA and Europe only for, at least, the quite cheap price of 129.99$
Here’s the official trailer.
But, what are the real differences among all the Nintendo handhelds now on the market? Here’s a sum!