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It looks like Japan isnít the only place to get your hands on those special edition Nintendo 2DS bundles themed after the relaunch of Pokemon Red, Blue and Yellow. Theyíre coming to Europe, too, and Nintendo has even released a new trailer to celebrate the occasion.
I'm sure some gamers out there have been wondering what Super Mario Kart would be like with more players. Each new iteration has seen a bump up in player count and in track size. Well, one creative gamer decided to test out what it would be like with 100 racers on the track at one time.
If you want to be the very best, like no one ever was, then youíve still got some Pokemon catching to do. Thatís right, trainers, thereís a new pocket-sized monster just waiting to be caught, and she was revealed over the weekend as part of the Pokemon 20th Anniversary celebration. Say hello to the clockwork wonder, Magearna.
Vblank Entertainment released a new trailer for their upcoming, open-world action game, Shakedown Hawaii. The game takes the 8-bit charm of Retro City Rampage and evolves it to the 16-bit era with improved sprites, higher quality sound and music, as well as smoother gameplay.
A number of mythical Pokemon in four different Pokemon games will be available starting tomorrow on February 1st. The event will run for the entire year with a new Pokemon being made available each month. Things will kick off with the mythical psychic Pokemon, Mew. You will only have a limited time to get your hands on the little monster.
Nintendo recently announced that Japan will receive a new Nintendo 3DS mystery adventure game called Detective Pickachu. The game features a smart-mouthed Pikachu mirrored after the BBC's newest Sherlock series. Well, gamers are hoping that Hollywood actor Danny DeVito will voice the yellow, electric furball if the game does get localized for a Western release.
Thereís only one thing better than Pikachu, and thatís Pikachu in an adorable little hat, solving crimes. And thatís exactly what youíll get in the newly announced Detective Pikachu game for Nintendo 3DS.
Nintendo has come under fire about a conversation in Fire Emblem Fates that was blasted throughout certain social communities and eventually found its way into gaming media. The company issued a response to assuage some of the controversy and put to rest some of the concerns that came up based on some posts made by fans on social media.
Sega has announced that they have a series of games set to arrive for the Nintendo 3DS later this year on April 26 in the form of the Sega 3D Classics Collection. The pack will contain nine games and will have both a physical and digital release.
Square Enix and Nintendo have announced the full release date for Bravely Second: End Layer on the Nintendo 3DS for audiences in the West. The game will be made available April 15th in North America, and February 26th in Europe. I'm not exactly sure why the game has such a huge disparity between America and Europe, but that's just how the dice have fallen.
Nintendo has announced that they have a year-long celebration planned for the 20th anniversary of the Pokemon brand. Things will kick off with a series of new products, Pokemon-themed accessories and plenty of new games and toys releasing throughout 2016 for the Nintendo 3DS, mobile devices and the Nintendo Wii U.
Nintendo of America has launched their Black Friday Sale a couple days early. They've slashed price on several 3DS and Wii U games available through their eShop.
Yo-Kai Watch, the latest monster-catching game to grace the Nintendo 3DS, is something of a slow burn in the opening hours. Give those flames time to catch hold, though, and youíll discover an entertaining romp that combines some familiar systems with creative new ideas in a way that makes Yo-Kai Watch difficult to put down. In short: It might just consume you.
Spend five minutes with Yo-Kai Watch on the Nintendo 3DS and youíll quickly discover why so many people are comparing it to the beloved and long-running franchise, Pokemon. Dedicate a few hours to the game, though, and youíll find that it not only sets itself apart from the monster-catching series it so clearly draws inspiration from but, in some regards, it surpasses it.
This week's Nintendo Direct was packed with big announcements but, alongside all of those new game nods, fans of classic Nintendo properties got a huge surprise: The original Pokemon Red, Pokemon Blue and Pokemon Yellow will arrive on the Nintendo 3DS through the eShop early next year.