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News: Level-5 Registers Three New Trademarks

Level-5 Registers Three New Trademarks

Could they be Guild 03 related?

Level-5's Guild 02 titles are already out in Japan and are on their way to the West. The Starship Damrey will be released first - 16th May in North America - and will be followed by Bugs vs. Tanks! and Attack of the Friday Monsters! A Tokyo Tale. There's been no official news on any development of a Guild 03 series...

Developer Interview: Rex Rocket Creator On Bringing Pixel-Heavy Action To The 3DS And Wii U

Rex Rocket Creator On Bringing Pixel-Heavy Action To The 3DS And Wii U

"3DS and the Wii U are two of the best platforms we could hope to get on"

We recently reported on the Kickstarter campaign for Rex Rocket and the chances of the game making its way to the 3DS and Wii U eShops. Creator Rob Maher got in touch with us to talk a little more about the project, as well as future ideas for Nintendo systems. Nintendo...

News: The Starship Damrey Landing In The North American 3DS eShop On 16th May

The Starship Damrey Landing In The North American 3DS eShop On 16th May

The first of three Guild02 titles will be available soon

Nintendo of America's Bill Trinen announced during last month's bursting Nintendo Direct that all three of Level-5's Guild02 titles would be coming to the 3DS eShop over the next few months. Well, we didn't have to wait too long as Nintendo has listed the first of the three titles on its...

Review: Gummy Bears Magical Medallion (3DS eShop)

Gummy Bears Magical Medallion (3DS eShop)

Bearly playable

The product description for Gummy Bears Magical Medallion promises a "classic adventure platformer with a Gummy Bears twist". That twist, apparently, is that the game is awful. The excusably nonsensical plot revolves around the evil King Sour Berry stealing the Magical Medallion from...well, nevermind where he stole it from, or who...

News: Rex Rocket Developer Keen To Bring Zelda-Style Blossom Tales To Nintendo Systems

Rex Rocket Developer Keen To Bring Zelda-Style Blossom Tales To Nintendo Systems

Inspired by Zelda: A Link to the Past

Rex Rocket developer Rob Maher has exclusively revealed to us that his team plans to bring Zelda-style adventure Blossom Tales to either the 3DS or Wii U. Speaking in an interview which is due to go live on Nintendo Life tomorrow, Maher had this to say: Depending on the success of Rex Rocket, we have big...

Nintendo Download: 2nd May 2013 (North America)

2nd May 2013 (North America)

Retro goodies, discounts galore, rabbits, tanks and much more

It's that time again, North America, for more Nintendo Download goodies to grace your systems, with all but the Wii being treated to something new this week. There's a lot to get through, so let's not waste too much effort on this pre-amble. Wii U eShop: Kung Fu Rabbit (Neko...

News: Mighty Switch Force 2 Development Moves Onto Testing

Mighty Switch Force 2 Development Moves Onto Testing

The sequel gets closer

Mighty Switch Force! is a standout title on the 3DS eShop, with WayForward successfully blending gorgeous pixel-based graphics with clever puzzle platforming. It was successful enough to prompt an enhanced re-release on Wii U, and solidified the Mighty series as one of the developer's best IPs; now the sequel is getting ever...

Review: Color Commando (DSiWare)

Color Commando (DSiWare)

Mini-masterpiece

Quirky, innovative puzzle-platformers are becoming something of a calling card for Goodbye Galaxy Games, and this latest release fits nicely into that oeuvre. The final panel in a DSiWare triptych that includes the Flipper series and Ace Mathician, Color Commando similarly revolves around manipulating the environment — here via...

News: Jett Rocket II Delayed To Add Free-Roaming 3D Levels

Jett Rocket II Delayed To Add Free-Roaming 3D Levels

And it will still run at 60fps

Shin’en’s Manfred Linzner has told Nintendo Everything that Jett Rocket II: The Wrath of Taikai has been pushed back into Q3 in order to add "true" 3D levels. The 3DS adventure was originally due out early this year. The delay will allow Shin’en to add in free-roaming 3D levels, similar to the ones seen in the

News: Shin'en Multimedia Announces Spring eShop Sale In North America

Shin'en Multimedia Announces Spring eShop Sale In North America

Get a 30% discount for a "limited time"

Shin'en Multimedia has announced on Twitter that all of its eShop titles are now on sale at a reduced price in North America. [tweet 329246778643841026] All its eShop titles will be available with a 30% discount for "a limited time". Shin'en Multimedia hasn't given any indication as to when this sale will...

News: Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures Is Coming To Nintendo Platforms

Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures Is Coming To Nintendo Platforms

Life imitates art

The Angry Video Game Nerd made a name for himself by attacking NES games, but now he's come full circle. Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures is a pixel-heavy 2D platform adventure which stars everyone's favourite grumpy gamer, complete with Power Glove and Zapper. It's been confirmed that it will be coming to modern Nintendo consoles...

News: Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D's Beastly Block Size Revealed

Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D's Beastly Block Size Revealed

Clear your fridge of any loose bananas

Players looking to download Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D from the eShop in May should get a sizable SD card ready. We can confirm that the platformer, a remake of the Retro-developed Wii hit, weighs in at a hefty 17,693 blocks, making it one of the largest downloads in the eShop — for comparison Monster...

Review: Puzzler World 2013 (3DS)

Puzzler World 2013 (3DS)

Worldly goodness

There’s a good chance that you already know whether or not you're going to purchase Puzzler World 2013. Whether it's because you’ve played a previous game in the series, you’ve read our review of the DS version – which is, for all intents and purposes, the same game – that released in Europe late last year, or if it’s...

Nintendo Download: 2nd May 2013 (Europe)

2nd May 2013 (Europe)

Virtual Console goodies, discounts, a game developer's dream and more

So we're back to normal with our Monday morning Nintendo Download fix here in Europe. We're treated to a host of classics in the 3DS and Wii U Virtual Consoles this week, along with a small batch of new portable offerings and some discounted pinball on both platforms. Let's get to...

Review: Mega Man 4 (3DS eShop / NES)

Mega Man 4 (3DS eShop / NES)

The Blue Bomber vs The Red Menace

In 1991 the world got a fourth entry in what had quickly shaped up to be one of the NES's most popular series. This game was Mega Man 4, and expectations were high. After all, the first game laid down a solid — if static — template that resonated very well with gamers, the second game refined the formula...