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Nintendo Download: 15th May (North America)

15th May (North America)

Wii Party U(?!), Scram Kitty, Chronicles of the Moon and much more

It's Nintendo Download time, North America, and this week certainly brings decent variety and some much anticipated games. There are two exclusives across Wii U and 3DS that stand out, along with some other downloads and Virtual Console entries on both current systems. Let's get to...

Review: Parking Star 3D (3DS eShop)

Parking Star 3D (3DS eShop)

Back it up and dump it!

There are so many driving games on the market today, we've been oversaturated with choice; whether you want a hardcore racing sim, a lighthearted arcade game, a futuristic hovercraft racer, or all your favourite corporate characters go-karting together, there's something out there for you. But you know what the driving game...

Review: Mega Man III (3DS eShop / GB)

Mega Man III (3DS eShop / GB)

Third time's the charm

After the fun but flawed Dr. Wily's Revenge and the almost thoroughly disappointing Mega Man II on Game Boy, Capcom made a serious and substantial course correction. The result is Mega Man III, and we couldn't be happier about that. Retaining the template from Dr. Wily's Revenge (two sets of Robot Masters, a new Mega Man...

News: Club Nintendo Rewards Updated for May, Physical Items Return

Club Nintendo Rewards Updated for May, Physical Items Return

Super Metroid! 3D Classic! Brain Age! Mario Kart 64!

During April Nintendo of America took away physical rewards from Club Nintendo ahead of maintenance work, and it's now reintroduced its standard range a day ahead of schedule. Little has changed, though it's worth checking out the updated options on the official website, with Mario and Luigi 3DS...

Review: Mega Man II (3DS eShop / GB)

Mega Man II (3DS eShop / GB)

Get equipped with tarnished legacy

Ask any fan of the Blue Bomber to name their favourite game in the series and the odds are good that they will say either Mega Man 2 or Mega Man 3. That's to be expected, though; both of those games are among the best on the NES, a system that had no shortage of great platformers and action games. What's less...

News: Moon Chronicles Lands on the 3DS eShop in North America on 15th May

Moon Chronicles Lands on the 3DS eShop in North America on 15th May

First episode to cost $8.99

Moon Chronicles, the enhanced and episodic remake of Renegade Kid's DS retail title Moon, will make its 3DS eShop début on 15th May in North America. As previously revealed this will be released in four parts, with the opening section costing the most and including a sizeable chunk of the storyline. It is a "season",...

Nintendo Download: 8th May (North America)

8th May (North America)

GBA Wario, more Mega May, Denpa Men, Grinsia and much more

It's download update time, North America, and this week brings a diverse mix of old and new, including a fresh Game Boy Advance offering on the Wii U Virtual Console. There are three brand new games on the 3DS eShop, two more Mega Man "Mega May" games and, unbelievably, three DSiWare...

News: Download Sales On Nintendo Formats Have Trebled In The Last Two Years

Download Sales On Nintendo Formats Have Trebled In The Last Two Years

$235 million in digital sales gained in the past 12 months

Nintendo has confirmed that digital revenue across its consoles has tripled in the past two years. Nintendo President Satoru Iwata revealed the statistic at the recent investor's briefing, explaining that during the financial period between April 2013 and March 2014, around 24 billion Yen...

Review: Picross e4 (3DS eShop)

Picross e4 (3DS eShop)

Cross your pis and mind your queues

As its title suggests, Picross e4 is not Jupiter’s first trip to the intellectual rodeo. The developer has been releasing collections of the classic puzzle at a steady pace, adding small tweaks to an already reliable formula. This latest instalment identifies itself with sunny hues, and fans of the series may...

Review: Mega Man Xtreme (3DS eShop / GBC)

Mega Man Xtreme (3DS eShop / GBC)

Xtreme Mediocrity

Mega Man X is often touted as one of the best games the SNES had to offer, which is certainly saying something. Its first sequel is further from consensus, but it's still safe to say that it's a great followup to its predecessor. If you've played either of these games — and, if you haven't, stop reading right now and do that —...