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Review: Heyawake by Nikoli (3DS eShop)

Heyawake by Nikoli (3DS eShop)

Mind bending

Heyawake has been around since 1992 and has spawned several books of puzzles for brain teaser fans to tackle. Now the puzzles are appearing on the 3DS eShop in the form of Heyawake by Nikoli. You can take on 50 puzzles of increasing difficulty on your 3DS and compete with up to three other players in a race to see who can finish the...

News: Nintendo Lists Game Boy Advance Title for 3DS Virtual Console

Nintendo Lists Game Boy Advance Title for 3DS Virtual Console

Dr. Mario ordered into Australian eShop

Those that bought a 3DS at launch, and subsequently got stung by a drastic price cut, received 10 NES and 10 Game Boy Advance games as compensation. The NES games, and others from the system's library, have been gradually arriving in the eShop so that non-Ambassadors can join in, but Nintendo has consistently...

News: Speed Demons, Rejoice - Zordix Is Bringing Moto Racing To 3DS

Speed Demons, Rejoice - Zordix Is Bringing Moto Racing To 3DS

13 million copies downloaded on smartphones

Developer Zordix has confirmed that it is bringing its successful Moto Racing series to the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Aqua Moto Racing 3D and Snow Moto Racing 3D are based on existing smartphone titles, and will both get a face-lift prior to their launch on Nintendo's popular handheld. Zordix's CEO Matti...

Review: Picross E (3DS eShop)

Picross E (3DS eShop)

Almost picture perfect

By now, most of you should be familiar with the concept of Picross. First appearing on the Game Boy with Mario's Picross and most recently in slightly altered form in Picross 3D, Picross has always been a bit of an unassuming, almost low-key affair, but those who invest their time into it tend to discover an incredibly...

Review: Balloon Pop Remix (3DS eShop)

Balloon Pop Remix (3DS eShop)

A popping good time

Balloon Pop Remix, the latest offering from developer UFO Interactive, is a stylus-based variation on the "bubble-pop" puzzle theme. You slide the stylus over two or more adjacent balloons of any colour to pop them, and as the balloons from below float up to take their place, any matching colour combination of three or more will...

Nintendo Download: 13th September 2012 (Europe)

13th September 2012 (Europe)

Zelda II, some bookworms and a metallic slug - it's all happening in this week's Euro Nintendo Download

3DS Virtual Console: Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (Nintendo, £4.50) — Arguably one of the most controversial games in the Zelda bloodline, this second NES outing combines side-scrolling action with top-down adventuring to create a heady mix...

Interview: Endgame Studios and the Long Road to Fractured Soul

Endgame Studios and the Long Road to Fractured Soul

An eight year journey ends on eShop

Recently, Australian developer Endgame Studios announced that it was self publishing Fractured Soul on the 3DS eShop, a title that has been eight years in the making. The action takes place over two screens at the same time with platforming, run and gun and shmup sections featuring throughout; it'll be released...

Review: Outdoors Unleashed: Africa 3D (3DS eShop)

Outdoors Unleashed: Africa 3D (3DS eShop)

To the hunt

Even before it was released, Outdoors Unleashed: Africa 3D was already turning heads and churning out some very interesting debate about what is and is not considered appropriate for a video game. Because this title is all about hunting on an African safari and involves the killing of wild - and in many cases, endangered - animals,...

News: Rising Board 3D Hits The eShop Surf on 20th September

Rising Board 3D Hits The eShop Surf on 20th September

3DS debut for the Pop Island series

DSiWare has had its share of fun, addictive titles, with both Pop Island and Pop Island: Paperfield being good examples. Developer Odenis Studio is now taking this series in a new direction on the 3DS eShop, with Rising Board 3D set to take to the waves. This new entry seems to move away from capturing flags,...

Nintendo Download: 6th September 2012 (North America)

6th September 2012 (North America)

Balloon popping, puzzles from Nikoli, princely acrobatics and crazy hunting

It's time for another Nintendo Download update, and we reckon that no-one should be able to complain of a lack of variety. We have two new 3DS eShop titles, a stone-cold Super NES classic on Wii Virtual Console and a wacky sounding DSiWare title. Check out the details below...

News: Rhythm Hunter: HarmoKnight Is Almost as Big as New Super Mario Bros. 2

Rhythm Hunter: HarmoKnight Is Almost as Big as New Super Mario Bros. 2

In terms of data, at least

We're all quite excited about Rhythm Hunter: HarmoKnight here at Nintendo Life - it was arguably one of the highlights of the Japanese Nintendo Direct broadcast last week. Combining platforming with rhythm action, the game launches in Japan this week, although a western release hasn't been confirmed as yet. However, sho

News: Reward Yourself With Smash Bros. on NA Club Nintendo

Reward Yourself With Smash Bros. on NA Club Nintendo

Smashing

If you're yet to experience the very beginnings of the Super Smash Bros. franchise, you might be interested in the latest North American Club Nintendo reward: the original Super Smash Bros. on Virtual Console. The classic Nintendo 64 fighter is available as a prize until 16th September. It's a bit pricier than usual at 200 reward coins,...

News: Rhythm Hunter: HarmoKnight Brings The Beat Down

Rhythm Hunter: HarmoKnight Brings The Beat Down

Hit them with your rhythm stick

Last week brought us a rather entertaining Nintendo Direct broadcast from Japan, which focused on upcoming titles on the way to 3DS in Nintendo's homeland and, hopefully, other regions as well. For those of us that don't speak Japanese half the fun was figuring out what was going on, though if you're still uncertain...

News: Two Tribes Experimenting with Toki Tori 2 Wii U Level Editor

Two Tribes Experimenting with Toki Tori 2 Wii U Level Editor

Hatching a plan

Two Tribes has started work on the level editor for the Wii U version of Toki Tori 2. It's still in proof of concept stage for now, "but it looks promising". The developer tweeted that the first draft of the mode has been coded. You'll be able to edit on the GamePad while the television sits in a paused state, matching the changes...

News: The Binding of Isaac Creator Still Thinks the Game Could Come to 3DS

The Binding of Isaac Creator Still Thinks the Game Could Come to 3DS

It has a 50% chance, according to Edmund McMillen

Remember The Binding of Isaac? It was a PC-based downloadable title which looked a lot like The Legend of Zelda and took inspiration from the Biblical story of the same name. It also caused a little bit of controversy for its use of religion, so much so that a proposed 3DS edition was scuppered by...

News: Heavy Fire: Special Operations 3D Gunning for eShop on 13th September

Heavy Fire: Special Operations 3D Gunning for eShop on 13th September

If you see it, shoot it

If you want to shoot stuff on your 3DS, Teyon has you covered. The publisher has recently brought us the light-hearted Crazy Chicken Pirates 3D, and then a title that caused a bit of debate with Outdoors Unleashed: Africa 3D. But if you've had your fill of shooting cartoon animals and real animals, you can go back to shooting...