Gunning for your SD card
A short while ago the thoroughly decent free-to-play 3DS shooter IRONFALL Invasion was removed from the eShop, a fairly drastic move in consideration of the marketing backing Nintendo had given the game and its position as a rare example of the genre available on the portable. Though never explicitly confirmed by developer...
Gunning for more players
IRONFALL Invasion, the free-to-play 3DS eShop exclusive from VD-DEV, has achieved an impressive number of downloads since its launch in February. It's been announced that the indie-effort has been downloaded more than 300,000 times worldwide so far; the initial download is free and gives limited access to the single-player...
"We love doing games for Nintendo's handheld consoles"
IRONFALL Invasion was a notable arrival in Europe on 13th February, heavily promoted as the eShop accompaniment for the region's #Nintendo3DSDay social media campaign. Though pitched as a game to show off the New Nintendo 3DS, it supports all versions of Nintendo's portable hardware and breaks...
Announced briefly last year and shown off in a recent Nintendo Direct, IRONFALL Invasion certainly turned some heads. It's one of the very few third person shooters available on the 3DS, developed by the relatively unknown VD-Dev - although it's been around for almost two decades and has developed several good games, it's yet to truly...
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