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Nintendo Download: 25th July (North America)

25th July (North America)

Kid Icarus, chain blasting, Picross puzzling and more

It's that time again, North America, and after releasing a long awaited cult classic last week, the Nintendo Download Update is fairly reserved this week. There are some goodies to enjoy, nevertheless, so let's get to the details. Wii U Virtual Console: Kid Icarus (Nintendo, $4.99) — Not...

News: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies Has Some DLC in Japan

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies Has Some DLC in Japan

Costumes, quizzes and a brand new case

Capcom has announced a batch of downloadable content for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies in Japan. The game becomes available in the Land of the Rising Sun tomorrow and the extra content will slowly filter out throughout August and possibly beyond. First up, players can download three new...

Review: Shantae (3DS eShop)

Shantae (3DS eShop)

Whip ya hair

Just over 11 years since its original release in 2002, Shantae has finally made it onto the 3DS Virtual Console – and it's the first time that it's been available in Europe too. Despite the long wait, WayForward's tricky 2D platformer is sprinkled with enough genie-magic to keep it fresh and interesting for a modern audience. Shantae...

News: Hugo Smits Could Bring Super Beefjerks To 3DS eShop if There's Enough Interest

Hugo Smits Could Bring Super Beefjerks To 3DS eShop if There's Enough Interest

New team BYTEKRIEGER wants to know if you want it

Hugo Smits is a game designer and programmer at Goodbye Galaxy Games and has created a range of titles on DSiWare including the excellent Color Commando and the fantastic Ace Mathician. Now he has decided to embark on a new challenge after seeing how much interest there is in Kickstarter projects...

Review: Robot Rescue 3D (3DS eShop)

Robot Rescue 3D (3DS eShop)

Are these the droids you're looking for?

After two games on the DSiWare service, Teyon's Robot Rescue series, famous for fiendishly difficult maze puzzles and a unique synchronized movement mechanic, has made the jump to the 3DS eShop with this latest instalment, Robot Rescue 3D. Rather than an entirely new entry in the series, Robot Rescue 3D is a...

Review: My Farm 3D (3DS eShop)

My Farm 3D (3DS eShop)

A fowl business

Both DSiWare and the 3DS eShop have seen their share of sim games, managing a variety of businesses, creatures and a combination of both. My Farm 3D is the latest in a series that delivered a few budget priced options on DSiWare, some playing it straight and others being more off-the-wall. Aside from the odd quirky moment this latest...

Review: Attack of the Friday Monsters! A Tokyo Tale (3DS eShop)

Attack of the Friday Monsters! A Tokyo Tale (3DS eShop)

Pacific Rim meets The Goonies

Level-5 saved the best for last in its final Guild02 release with Attack of the Friday Monsters! A Tokyo Tale. Designed by Kaz Ayabe, this is a short, very sweet interactive story about a little boy who lives in a small town where mysterious monsters appear on Friday afternoons. The game takes place in rural Tokyo in...

Review: Spelunker (3DS eShop / NES)

Spelunker (3DS eShop / NES)

Go back to your cave and stay there

Ask a few western gamers about Spelunker and it's likely that barely any of them will have heard of the game, despite it being originally developed by an American company. Ask Japanese gamers, though, and it's a completely different story — the game is very well known to them and is joked about online all the...

Developer Interview: G.rev CEO Hiroyuki Maruyama Talks Kokuga And The State Of The Shooter Market

G.rev CEO Hiroyuki Maruyama Talks Kokuga And The State Of The Shooter Market

Tanks for the memories

Much to our delight, G.rev's unique 3DS shooter Kokuga recently launched on the 3DS eShop in both North America and Europe. In between blasting enemy tanks and cursing our own lack of skill, we got the chance to chat with the G.rev CEO Hiroyuki Maruyama about the game's development, the future of the mobile gaming industry...

News: Satoru Iwata Aims for "Critical Mass" of Wii U Owners to Shift Perceptions

Satoru Iwata Aims for "Critical Mass" of Wii U Owners to Shift Perceptions

Also talks up the performance of the 3DS and eShop

Satoru Iwata has fielded plenty of questions about the Wii U and 3DS in recent months, with the latter providing some welcome positivity against what Nintendo itself regards as a poor 2013 for the Wii U. Of course a rough patch doesn't doom a system, as the 3DS demonstrates, and we're approaching...

News: Picross e2 Set For July Release in North America, e3 Arrives in September

Picross e2 Set For July Release in North America, e3 Arrives in September

That e3 release window is for both Europe and North America

Jupiter Corporation's Picross series is gradually becoming a staple series on the 3DS eShop, providing a crisp, polished set of games based on the popular puzzle style. It's also a series that's had a sketchy release schedule in different regions, something that the publisher seems keen to...

Interview: WayForward on Shantae's Past, Present and Future

WayForward on Shantae's Past, Present and Future

Some "pretty big surprises" in store for Pirate's Curse this Fall

With the release of Shantae (originally a Game Boy Color title) this week we touched base with WayForward's Creative Director and founding member, Matt Bozon, and he kindly agreed to a quick-fire interview before he jetted off to Comic-Con. This is a series that, despite being just...

News: Classic Game Boy Mega Man Titles Coming To 3DS Virtual Console

Classic Game Boy Mega Man Titles Coming To 3DS Virtual Console

Celebrating that 25th anniversary in style

Nintendo decided to casually drop EarthBound on the Wii U Virtual Console earlier today, ending the years upon years of waiting for North American and European gamers. Well, it seems the 3DS Virtual Console is also basking in the glow of some good news, as Capcom has revealed the Game Boy adaptations of...