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Developer Interview: Image & Form on SteamWorld Dig, 3DS Development and Working With Nintendo

Image & Form on SteamWorld Dig, 3DS Development and Working With Nintendo

"3DS gamers are generally more experienced than mobile gamers"

SteamWorld: Tower Defense arrived on DSiWare back in the summer of 2010, and represented the Nintendo debut of Swedish developer Image & Form. Its stylish approach was well received critically, and despite its brevity represented a solid offering worth consideration on the last-gen...

Rumour: SpeedX 3D Sequel Driving Its Way to 3DS

SpeedX 3D Sequel Driving Its Way to 3DS

Going into hyper speed

While we wouldn't say there's been a full-on invasion, we've seen some successful and — in various cases — high quality smartphone games making their way to the 3DS eShop. The trend is arguably a flattering one for Nintendo's platform, as some of the stronger iOS and Android titles out there are brought to the handheld...

News: Armageddon Operation Dragon Is Bringing Sexy Swimsuit Elves To DSiWare

Armageddon Operation Dragon Is Bringing Sexy Swimsuit Elves To DSiWare

And not before time, some might say

EnjoyUp has announced a new title for Nintendo's DSiWare service called Armageddon Operation Dragon. Boasting "runner playability", "easy handling", "innovative graphics" and — wait for it — "local ranking" (like we used to have back in the '80s!), the game sees you assuming the role of a sexy cartoon elf in...

News: ATV Wild Ride 3D On Sale For One Week Only

ATV Wild Ride 3D On Sale For One Week Only

It's yours for just $5.99

ATV Wild Ride 3D skidded into the North American 3DS eShop last month, giving thrill-seeking gamers the chance to race their way through various unique environments. Jools Watsham, co-founder of Renegade Kid, the game's developer, has revealed to us that it's now on sale at a reduced price, so if you haven't picked it up...

Review: Crazy Construction (3DS eShop)

Crazy Construction (3DS eShop)

More like Crazy FUN-struction

On the surface, Crazy Construction sounds like the epitome of shovelware; a generic puzzle game that slaps together tired ideas and a dash of zany alliteration to garner enough sales to crank out the next one. Take a closer look, however, and you’ll discover a cleverly designed arcade-style title that boasts a fun,...

Nintendo Download: 25th April 2013 (North America)

25th April 2013 (North America)

Free Rayman, Mega Man, a colourful commando and more

It's that time, Nintendo Download fans in North America, when you can cast your gaze over the downloadable treats coming your way. After last week's somewhat epic list, this week we have a much smaller range of options to chew over. One of them is a free part of a rather awesome looking Wii U...

Review: Mystery Murders: Jack the Ripper (3DS eShop)

Mystery Murders: Jack the Ripper (3DS eShop)

Serial Filler

Mystery Murders: Jack the Ripper is a hidden-object game that tasks you with solving the mystery that has puzzled the world for well over a century now — just who was Jack the Ripper? Here, you’ll be transported to the Whitechapel district of London during the Autumn of 1888 to attempt to stop the infamous serial killer before he...

News: Nintendo Letter Box Update Now Live In Europe

Nintendo Letter Box Update Now Live In Europe

Take note

Last week, we reported that North American 3DS owners could download an update for the Swapnote application which added a flood of cool new features. The European version of the app — known as Nintendo Letter Box — wasn't so lucky, however. Thankfully, Europe has now caught up with the US and if you're based in The Old World and you...

News: Nintendo: 3DS eShop And App Store Comparison Is "Quality" Versus "Quantity"

Nintendo: 3DS eShop And App Store Comparison Is "Quality" Versus "Quantity"

"3DS has a record of quality that's hard to challenge"

Nintendo once stated that it wasn't competing with smartphones and didn't view them as gaming devices, but in recent months that stance has changed. The company's top brass is keenly aware that the 3DS is fighting against the likes of the iPhone and iPad for the attention of gamers, and we're...

Nintendo Download: 25th April 2013 (Europe)

25th April 2013 (Europe)

A legendary Rayman freebie, brawling gods, Mega Man and more

A little later than normal this week, Nintendo of Europe has told us what to expect in this week's Nintendo Download update. No news of any Wii U Virtual Console games — though that doesn't necessarily mean they're not coming — but plenty of titles to choose from including some free,...

News: The Denpa Men 2: Beyond The Waves Penciled In For A May Release In North America

The Denpa Men 2: Beyond The Waves Penciled In For A May Release In North America

Should be in the 3DS eShop in a couple of weeks

The Denpa Men: They Came By The Wave is one of the more bizarre games to make it to the 3DS eShop, but we're very glad it did as it managed to captivate many a Western gamer. Naturally, Japanese 3DS owners enjoyed it quite a lot too so Genius Sonority quickly got to work on making a sequel. Due to...

News: BearShark Game Coming To The 3DS eShop

BearShark Game Coming To The 3DS eShop

You probably know how it's going to end

The aquaterrestrial tag team of BearShark have already been accessible on the 3DS through a series of shorts on Nintendo Video, but a game on College Humor’s predatory pair will soon be hitting the eShop as well. According to the slightly sarcastic description on Nintendo’s website, BearShark looks to be...

Review: Super Little Acorns 3D Turbo (3DS eShop)

Super Little Acorns 3D Turbo (3DS eShop)

Just a squirrel trying to get a nut

In early 2012, Little Acorns was released for iOS. It was a simple but charming title in which bespectacled squirrel Mr. Nibbles sought out acorns to prevent his family from starving. When we spell it out that way we realize it sounds rather morbid, but in practice it was a fun and addictive experience that we...