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Video: New Treasurenauts Trailer Filled to the Brim with Booty

New Treasurenauts Trailer Filled to the Brim with Booty

Treasure this footage

Renegade Kid's co-founder, Jools Watsham, could barely contain his excitement earlier today as he unveiled a brand new trailer for upcoming 3DS eShop title Treasurenauts, a day earlier than scheduled. The 2D platformer follows the mishaps of the famous Treasurenauts, who have been marooned on a uncharted island in the middle...

Review: AiRace Speed (3DS eShop)

AiRace Speed (3DS eShop)

Have you the need?

AiRace Tunnel was a neat little arcade flight obstacle course on DSiWare that felt as if it was a bonus mode ripped out of a larger racing game. A few months later, QubicGames dropped AiRace onto the service, which was that larger game, filled with actual race courses against opponents other than time. That same trajectory...

News: Blast 'em Bunnies Shooting Its Way to the 3DS eShop

Blast 'em Bunnies Shooting Its Way to the 3DS eShop

Watch out for PETA, Nnooo

Sydney-based developer Nnooo is likely to be a familiar name to Nintendo download enthusiasts, with a number of releases on WiiWare, DSiWare and the excellent escapeVektor on the 3DS eShop. In recent times the company has taken on the role of publisher for two upcoming releases, but has today confirmed its next in-house...

News: More Mega Man Love Is Coming To Japanese Virtual Console Services

More Mega Man Love Is Coming To Japanese Virtual Console Services

Game Boy and Super Famicom sequels on the way next week

Mega Man is 25 this year, and Capcom is wasting no time in pumping out as many of his classic adventures as possible onto Nintendo's Virtual Console services. Next week — October 9th, to be exact — will see the release of Mega Man III on the 3DS eShop and Mega Man X2 on the Wii U eShop...

News: Mighty No. 9 Confirmed for 3DS

Mighty No. 9 Confirmed for 3DS

Wowza

Mighty No. 9, the project from Keiji Inafune's Comcept studio that, in the eyes of many fans, is a true follow-up to the iconic Mega Man franchise, has been a crowdfunding phenomenon. Despite having a target release of April 2015 gamers have been quick to rush and show support. Having previously hit its Wii U stretch goal with relative ease,...

Nintendo Download: 3rd October (Europe)

3rd October (Europe)

A legend returns, singing, a fighting trilogy and more

It's the start of a new week, Europe, which means that it's Nintendo Download time. This time around there are various options across the Wii U and 3DS, including a long awaited remake, singing shenanigans and a retro trilogy. Without any more preamble let's get to the details. Wii U eShop:...

Video: New Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret Paths Documentary Series Emerges For You To Explore

New Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret Paths Documentary Series Emerges For You To Explore

The Kickstarter campaign is almost at an end

Ynnis Interactive opened up a Kickstarter campaign about a month ago with the aim to bring Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret Paths to other nations in English after the French production team received an influx of demand from those abroad who wanted to play the game. It has been a great success and the...

News: Ohno Odyssey Puzzling Its Way to the 3DS eShop

Ohno Odyssey Puzzling Its Way to the 3DS eShop

Due this year

Big John Games has confirmed that it's bringing a new title to the 3DS eShop later this year — Ohno Odyssey. It'll be a physics-based action puzzle title, in which you use and manipulate various power-ups and items to guide your team mates to the safety of a pod; there'll be 35 levels. The developer says that the team has "worked...

Review: Letter Challenge (DSiWare)

Letter Challenge (DSiWare)

Missing the mark

There isn’t really an interesting or unique way to introduce Letter Challenge, but that might be the point. There are plenty of word-based puzzle games available in the world, and so many of them already exist in one form or another on the Nintendo eShop, but that wasn’t enough to stop Enjoy Gaming from throwing another one...

Exclusive: New Instalment in SteamWorld Series Under Development for the 3DS eShop

New Instalment in SteamWorld Series Under Development for the 3DS eShop

Brjann Sigurgeirsson spills the beans to us

SteamWorld Dig, since its release on the 3DS eShop, has gradually matched critical acclaim with greater awareness and success on the platform. It's certainly a title that's captured the imagination of many regular 3DS eShop regulars, picking up plenty of positive word of mouth. We've spoken in detail to...

News: Mighty No. 9 Sets an Ambitious 3DS Stretch Goal

Mighty No. 9 Sets an Ambitious 3DS Stretch Goal

Nearly $900,000 needed in four days

Mighty No. 9, the action-platformer from Keiji Inafune's Comcept studio — with a heavy Mega Man influence — has caused quite a stir since it launched its Kickstarter campaign. Its initial target was broken quickly, and a follow up stretch goal was soon hit to confirm a Wii U release. With just four days...

Review: Secrets of the Titanic 1912-2012 (3DS eShop)

Secrets of the Titanic 1912-2012 (3DS eShop)

A boatload of dull

2012 marked the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, a maritime disaster that saw around 1500 people lose their lives. People sadly die as a result of tragic accidents every day, but the reason why the Titanic has such a poignant legacy is perhaps because it was the result of human arrogance — not to mention...

Nintendo Download: 26th September (North America)

26th September (North America)

An epic tale is revisited, crazy fishing, a running discount and much more

It's Nintendo Download time, North America, with this week bringing new offerings to Wii U, 3DS and even DSiWare — it's the latest handheld that has the most content. A particularly enticing first-person RPG features in the retail downloads, while some sequels and WiiWare...

Review: Rage Of The Gladiator (3DS eShop)

Rage Of The Gladiator (3DS eShop)

Are you not entertained?

The original WiiWare version of Rage of the Gladiator was a triumph in more ways than one; not only was it a hugely playable take on the classic Punch Out!! formula but it also managed to bring a considerable sense of gravitas to Wii's downloadable game service — a gravitas which was sorely lacking due to Nintendo's...

Review: Star Wars Pinball (3DS eShop)

Star Wars Pinball (3DS eShop)

Hard to see, the dual screen is

The Wii U version of Star Wars Pinball activated the hyperdrive of success and shot off into the stars, promising many more adventures to come — the table designs were impressive and fantastic production values sealed the deal. Unfortunately, downloading the same title onto your 3DS results in a poor compromise,...

Nintendo Download: 26th September (Europe)

26th September (Europe)

The football season kicks off, new and retro adventures and much more

Monday morning means one thing, and that's European Nintendo Download news. This week's offerings include plenty of retail titles, including two very different new RPG adventures on the 3DS and some Wii U retro goodies, alongside plenty of others and some discounts. Let's get...

News: Banking Dream and Cafe Dream Will Come To The 3DS eShop Next Year

Banking Dream and Cafe Dream Will Come To The 3DS eShop Next Year

CIRCLE Entertainment cancels the DSiWare development

CIRCLE Entertainment is behind the DSiWare titles Publisher Dream and Bookstore Dream and not too long ago it confirmed it would be bringing Banking Dream and Cafe Dream to the platform. However, it has now confirmed both these games have been cancelled, although it won't be the last we see of...

News: Renegade Kid Hopes To Bury Treasurenauts in The 3DS eShop in December

Renegade Kid Hopes To Bury Treasurenauts in The 3DS eShop in December

It's been given an ESRB rating of E10+

Renegade Kid is currently developing a 2D platformer for the 3DS called Treasurenauts, which features customisable characters and local multiplayer. The studio behind Mutant Mudds has said it will emerge in the fourth quarter of 2013 and it looks as though that will be the case as co-founder Jools Watsham has...