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News: Possibility of SNES Remix and Other Remix Titles Depends on Fan Support

Possibility of SNES Remix and Other Remix Titles Depends on Fan Support

NES Remix director: "Does the marketplace want it or need it?"

In an interview with IGN, NES Remix and NES Remix 2 director Koichi Hayashida explained that the possibility of a SNES Remix, Game Boy Advance Remix, or other Remix brand titles will depend on the market's support and fan outcry. There could even be a Remix title based on third-party...

News: The Nintendo eShop Is Like Paradise, Says Image & Form's Brjann Sigurgeirsson

The Nintendo eShop Is Like Paradise, Says Image & Form's Brjann Sigurgeirsson

"The gamers are REAL gamers who pay for quality"

As we're all well aware, the Nintendo eShop isn't the only digital marketplace out there right now. Sony and Microsoft have their own storefronts for downloadable titles, and the iOS App Store and Google Play market offer developers to chance to reach millions of potential customers. However, for...

Nintendo Download: 24th April (Europe)

24th April (Europe)

NES Remix returns, Yoshi on GBA, Yumi by another name and more

A day later than normal due to a Holiday Monday, we finally have this week's Nintendo Download information for Europe. We've got a Wii U sequel to a popular remix, more GBA goodness, a mix of good and not-so-good on the 3DS and a new DSiWare title. Plenty to consider, so let's get into...

News: Popup Dungeon and Hover: Revolt of Gamers Both Join The Kickstarter Ranks

Popup Dungeon and Hover: Revolt of Gamers Both Join The Kickstarter Ranks

Both campaigns promise Wii U support if $100,000 stretch goals are reached

Two of the most promising potential Wii U Kickstarter campaigns are now in full swing this week. With $100,000 stretch goals for Wii U support in both projects, let's take a look. Texas-based studio Triple.B.Titles brings us Popup Dungeon, "a roguelike papercraft RPG that...

Review: NES Remix 2 (Wii U eShop)

NES Remix 2 (Wii U eShop)

Electric boogaloo

Shortly before the end of 2013 Nintendo suddenly surprised us — during a Nintendo Direct, it announced and then immediately released NES Remix, a very unusual but, we thought, very fun collection of small challenges based on various games from Nintendo's NES catalogue. A few months later and, in a different Nintendo Direct,...

Review: My First Songs (Wii U eShop)

My First Songs (Wii U eShop)

Hickory Dickory Don't!

We all had high hopes for My First Songs, with fifteen of the most legendary nursery rhymes of all time finally together in one package. Bangkok-based developer RingZero Game Studio brings us this hotly-anticipated karaoke title just in time for your tax refund shopping spree — alas, My First Songs is not quite a Yankee...

News: Turtle Tale Slowly Moves Closer to the eShop on 3DS and Wii U

Turtle Tale Slowly Moves Closer to the eShop on 3DS and Wii U

Turtle power

There's some 2D platforming action getting closer to both the 3DS and Wii U eShop; those that want to be a heroic water gun-wielding turtle will soon be able to fulfil that fantasy in Turtle Tale. Announced last year and taking its cue from action platformers of the NES and SNES era, it's the work of Saturnine Games — the studio is...

News: Nintendo of Europe Launches Voice to Victory Wii Karaoke U Contest

Nintendo of Europe Launches Voice to Victory Wii Karaoke U Contest

Sing like you're winning

Just recently we pointed you to a tease from Nintendo of Europe about an upcoming Wii Karaoke U contest, and details have now been revealed. It's the real deal, in the sense that eShop cash prizes are up for grabs. Called Voice to Victory, it now has a special Miiverse community, and tasks you with singing your heart out...

Nintendo Download: 17th April (North America)

17th April (North America)

Classic Mario, GBA treats, HD Flowerworks, smashing cats and much more

It's Nintendo Download time, North America, and this week brings some rather tempting offerings to both the Wii U and 3DS. There are retro classics on both Virtual Consoles along with brand new software, while some discounts and a major retail title also make an appearance. Let's...

News: DuckTales: Remastered Digital Soundtrack Coming to Amazon

DuckTales: Remastered Digital Soundtrack Coming to Amazon

47-track album to go on sale later this month

Capcom has announced that the official game soundtrack for DuckTales: Remastered will be available to download from Amazon's MP3 store from 29 April. With 47 tracks and clocking in at around the 90-minute mark, the album will include both Jake Kaufman's remixes for the recent re-release, as well as...

News: Space Shooter Cosmochoria Lowers Wii U Kickstarter Stretch Goal To $25,000

Space Shooter Cosmochoria Lowers Wii U Kickstarter Stretch Goal To $25,000

Development technicalities ''a lot more doable'' than originally thought

Kickstarter projects are rarely without their changes somewhere along the line. Stretch goals can be added, new features can be implemented and fan response or criticism can even have an impact on the final release. During our last Kickstarter round-up we wagered that the...

News: Nocturnal Plants a New Flowerworks HD Trailer Ahead of Launch

Nocturnal Plants a New Flowerworks HD Trailer Ahead of Launch

Shows off blooming nice effects

There aren't many WiiWare titles getting re-purposed for the Wii U, but part of a select group with a few others is Flowerworks HD: Follie's Adventure from Australian developer Nocturnal. Due in this week's update (17th April) in North America and May in Europe, it'll have a discount price of $3.50 in its first month...

News: Nintendo Teases a Wii Karaoke U Miiverse Contest

Nintendo Teases a Wii Karaoke U Miiverse Contest

Neighbours, be warned

Wii Karaoke U probably still holds the crown as one of the most peculiar offerings on the Wii U eShop. In some ways it's one of the most modern titles Nintendo's released in terms of online functionality, with a substantial range of tracks available to stream and various time-based passes to purchase in order to satisfy into...

News: Castlevania: Dracula X And Mega Man 5 Hitting The Japanese Wii U Virtual Console Next Week

Castlevania: Dracula X And Mega Man 5 Hitting The Japanese Wii U Virtual Console Next Week

Scream bloody murder

Next week's Japanese Wii U Virtual Console titles have been confirmed, and fans of Konami and Capcom should be pretty pleased with what's on offer. Arguably the most notable release is Castlevania: Dracula X (known as Akumajou Dracula XX in Japan and Castlevania: Vampire's Kiss in Europe), the SNES port of the PC Engine classic...