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News: Game & Watch Gallery 3 Rated for 3DS Virtual Console Release

Game & Watch Gallery 3 Rated for 3DS Virtual Console Release

More Game Boy Color goodness for the 3DS Virtual Console

The 3DS Virtual Console has, in recent times, been somewhat dominated by NES games, rather than the Game Boy and Game Boy Color titles that typified its early months. While Capcom is preparing a Mega May which will bring us retro portable Mega Man games, it looks like Nintendo's also looking...

News: Cave Story is Finally Coming to the 3DS eShop in Europe and Australia

Cave Story is Finally Coming to the 3DS eShop in Europe and Australia

It's time

Some regional release sagas roll on and on, with publishers on tight budgets or with limited resources sometimes deciding not to jump through the hoops for ratings and approval in Europe and Australia, particularly. One example has been running for so long that those asking for it gradually forgot to complain any more — Cave Story on the...

News: Big Deez Productions Discusses Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn and Why It's a Beat 'em Up

Big Deez Productions Discusses Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn and Why It's a Beat 'em Up

"I don't think anyone would have really cared about a Shaq shooter"

Matt Karch, CEO of Big Deez Productions, recently sat down for an interview with Red Bull to shed light on the potential Indiegogo-funded Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn. He discussed the direct involvement of basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal, and made sure to distance A Legend Reborn...

Video: Here's a Comparison of Mario Kart's Donut Plains 3 from SNES to Wii U

Here's a Comparison of Mario Kart's Donut Plains 3 from SNES to Wii U

Generations apart

Comparison videos of retro tracks in Mario Kart 8 are certainly doing the rounds at the moment, and popular YouTube channel GameXplain has created a nifty split-screen video comparing the classic Super Mario Kart track Donut Plains 3 to its reimagining in the upcoming Wii U title. Check it out below: Nintendo EAD and its...

News: Australian Classification Board Rates Xtreme Sports for 3DS Virtual Console

Australian Classification Board Rates Xtreme Sports for 3DS Virtual Console

The WayForward Game Boy Color classic appears headed to the eShop

It looks like one of WayForward Technologies' early classics will be arriving on the 3DS Virtual Console in the near future. The Australian Classification Board has rated Xtreme Sports, published by Infogrames in 2000 on the Game Boy Color exclusively in North America. Europe would...

News: Sea Battle Will Bring Battleships to DSiWare

Sea Battle Will Bring Battleships to DSiWare

You can't sink the DSi Shop

It may have been replaced by the 3DS eShop and its range of titles a little under three years ago, but the DSi Shop continues to make its presence felt with occasional releases. It helps, admittedly, that DSiWare games are released on the current portable's store too, but it remains a surprise to see new titles for 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: Yoshio Sakamoto Striving For "New Entertainment" and "New Fun" for Franchises Both Old and New

Yoshio Sakamoto Striving For "New Entertainment" and "New Fun" for Franchises Both Old and New

Naturally thoughts drift to Metroid

Yoshio Sakamoto is perhaps best known as the Director of the iconic early entries in the Metroid series, including the NES original, Super Metroid and Metroid Fusion. Sakamoto-san is not averse to experimentation and different genres, however, with producer credits in the WarioWare series, in particular, while...

News: Nintendo Shows Off Kirby's Awesome New Abilities on a Snazzy Triple Deluxe Website

Nintendo Shows Off Kirby's Awesome New Abilities on a Snazzy Triple Deluxe Website

Archer! Beetle! Bell! Circus! Hypernova!

Kirby: Triple Deluxe isn't far away now, arriving in North America on 2nd May and in Europe on 16th May. We've seen some of the mascot's new abilities in action, attractive new footage and plenty of snippets to raise our anticipation. Nintendo UK is wading in with a new dedicated website, and one of the...

Exclusive: Here's an Early Look at Location Game Footage in HullBreach: Uncloaked

Here's an Early Look at Location Game Footage in HullBreach: Uncloaked

Both real and fantastical

HullBreach Uncloaked is an intriguing Wii U eShop title in a couple of respects — it's based on a Wii-browser MMORPG called HullBreach Online, and its developer (HullBreach Studios) has bold plans for the scope that it'll offer. It'll have all 576 sectors of its online predecessor, except with fully-realised 3D visuals...

News: Mario Golf: World Tour UK Pre-Order Bonus Lets You Don A Mario Cap

Mario Golf: World Tour UK Pre-Order Bonus Lets You Don A Mario Cap

Moustache grown seperately

2014 seems to be flying by. Just where is the time going? Winter is already a distant memory for some and — even though Animal Crossing tells us we’re currently in spring — summer is right around the corner. Thankfully, along with it, comes a line-up of new games such as Kirby Triple Deluxe, Mario Kart 8 and the...

Video: This Child of Light Trailer Takes You Through The Beautiful World of Lemuria

This Child of Light Trailer Takes You Through The Beautiful World of Lemuria

Step into the light

In the lead up to Child of Light’s release on the Wii U eShop later this month, Ubisoft has been releasing a steady stream of trailers to show off its artistic action-RPG. Recent clips have displayed the game’s co-op mode, as well as the title’s partnerships for music and theatrical design. The latest clip, which

Interview: 4 Corner Games Tells Us Why It's Got to Run to the Wii U eShop

4 Corner Games Tells Us Why It's Got to Run to the Wii U eShop

"I applied to Nintendo because I love playing games on Nintendo platforms"

Not too long ago 4 Corner Games announced that it'd be making its début with the Wii U-exclusive I've Got to Run, a runner title that'll include multiple modes and will run at a silky smooth 60 frames per second. In a wave of multi-platform download-only releases, this joins...

Video: Nintendo Shows Kirby's Exciting Side in a Fresh Triple Deluxe Trailer

Nintendo Shows Kirby's Exciting Side in a Fresh Triple Deluxe Trailer

Suck it up

Kirby: Triple Deluxe is getting rather close to release — hitting North America on 2nd May and Europe two weeks later on 16th May — and it certainly looks to be packed full of that typical Kirby charm. Nintendo of America has been keen to show off the light-hearted side of this platformer, in particular, with the humorous recent video...

News: Road Redemption's Latest Footage Looks a Bit More Like Road Rash

Road Redemption's Latest Footage Looks a Bit More Like Road Rash

Steps in the right direction

Some of you Wii U eShop download fans with decent memories may still be looking forward to Road Redemption, a title coming to Wii U and PC that immediately brings to mind the Road Rash series, with the original crowdfunding campaign even citing the iconic bike racing series. We say racing, but in truth our younger selves...

News: Rising Star Games Confirms Hometown Story European Release Date and Enhancements

Rising Star Games Confirms Hometown Story European Release Date and Enhancements

Improvements detailed inside

Hometown Story, the charming 3DS title from Yasuhiro Wada — best known for the Harvest Moon series — and his team at Toybox arrived in North America last October, with Europe having to wait a little longer for its own localisation. Rising Star Games is handling the release in the latter territory, and after...