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One of the many new games announced for the Nintendo 3DS is Metroid Prime: Federation Force. The game was first introduced during the 2015 Nintendo World Championships but it didn't get a proper introduction until Nintendo's own E3 Direct.
XSEED Games had a huge presence at E3, upping last year’s count of four games on the showroom floor to a total of nine in 2015. Boasting titles like The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel, a pair of Senran Kagura games and a pair of titles from the Earth Defense Force series, there’s a little something for just about any type of gamer who enjoys a distinct off-the-wall Japanese flair injected into their digital entertainment.
Setting up shop in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center, the folks at Capcom brought a handful of games to show off at E3 2015, including Mega Man Legacy Collection and Street Fighter V.
Two new characters are inbound for Super Smash Bros on the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Capcom's prime-time mascot for the Street Fighter series, Ryu, and Fire Emblem's Roy. The leak is quite substantial because it actually features images and gameplay footage of both characters.
If you’ve grown tired of dark RPGs with brooding characters, menacing monsters and a plot thick with copious details, then Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven may be the change of pace you’ve been looking for. It’s a lighthearted, colorful SRPG romp from the folks at Marvelous Inc. and, while it suffers from a handful of drawbacks, Maiden Heaven proves to be a charming, fun distraction for the Nintendo 3DS.
Sega will be releasing a new Sonic game this year. Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice is expected to launch on 3DS during the holiday season.
The Blue Bomber is finally making a return to consoles and PC this summer as Capcom and Digital Eclipse announce Mega Man Legacy Collection, including six old school Mega Man games given the HD treatment, along with a few extra upgrades sure to please fans of the series.
Capcom rolled out the free monthly DLC for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate on the Nintendo 3DS. The new content comes with a sparkling new trailer that shows off some fancy new gear that gamers will be able to acquire by completing various quests.
The Super Smash Bros roster is primed for another addition in just a little over a week as Nintendo announces the impending launch of Lucas DLC.
Capcom has officially announced Monster Hunter X for the Nintendo 3DS. The game brings back a lot of the classic weapons but also introduces lots of new moves, specials and attacks that gives the game a lot of pizzazz and flash. Check out the new announcement trailer to see what the game is all about.
What’s better than a mystery dungeon? A super mystery dungeon, of course. Which is exactly what you’ll be exploring later this year when Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon arrives on the 3DS.
Launch delays can be a bummer, especially when they’re announced right before a game was supposed to hit store shelves. That’s exactly what happened with upcoming 3DS rhythm game, Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX, which was originally set to release next Tuesday, May 26. Now, though, you’re going to have to wait another three months to get your hands on the game.
Nintendo announced last week that they're partnering with Universal Parks and Resorts to create a number of attractions and rides based on Nintendo's games. They haven't announced exactly what kind of attractions to expect so all we can do now is speculate.
The city is being destroyed by giant, grotesque monsters and you are humanity's last line of defense. Zipping around the city like a medieval Spider-Man, you and your comrades must fight back against unfathomable odds and an enemy that cannot be reasoned with. Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains for the 3DS is an intriguing game of David vs. Goliath that sometimes soars and sometimes crashes into the side of a building.
Nintendo's Amiibo have been huge. They've been selling like crazy and making the company lots of money. You can cue the meme of Miyamoto and Iwata saying “It prints money” because that's exactly what the Amiibo are doing. Well, the high-demand for the devices have left Nintendo in short supply, but Nintendo has apologized for the supply shortages and have promised a more aggressive and expansive commitment to the Amiibo brand.