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News: Super Mario Bros. 3 Arrives on Wii U and 3DS Virtual Console on 26th December in Europe

Super Mario Bros. 3 Arrives on Wii U and 3DS Virtual Console on 26th December in Europe

Includes a launch week discount

It's been in demand since Nintendo teased it earlier in the year, and it's almost here. Super Mario Bros. 3 with arrive on the Virtual Console for both Wii U and 3DS on 26th December; it was announced in the European Nintendo Direct by Satoru Shibata, though unfortunately had no mention in the North America equivalent...

News: Initial Run of Conception II Coming With a Bonus Disc

Initial Run of Conception II Coming With a Bonus Disc

Pre-orders to be bundled with joy

Atlus has announced an incentive for its upcoming 3DS title Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars. Apparently rampant innuendo just isn't enough for some people. According to a company press release, the first run of Conception II will come in a special box and include a 10-track CD of game music composed by...

News: Wii Fit U Retail Release Pushed Back to 10th January 2014 in North America

Wii Fit U Retail Release Pushed Back to 10th January 2014 in North America

Lose those excess pounds

Wii Fit U has had an odd history to date, arriving with a neat download trial and Wii Fit Meter offer, but having issues making it to the retail market. The retail disc version was delayed to 6th December in Europe and failed to make an impact on the charts, while in North America alternative official Nintendo websites cited...

Video: LEGO The Hobbit Prepares Us For Adventure in Its Début Trailer

LEGO The Hobbit Prepares Us For Adventure in Its Début Trailer

One Ring to rule... ah, wrong one

Not too long ago we brought you the happy news that LEGO The Hobbit has been confirmed for 2014, with the Wii U and 3DS included in its release lineup. It'll cover events from the first two films of the film trilogy, An Unexpected Journey and The Desolation of Smaug, and like those movies will probably take enough...

News: Wii U Version Of How To Survive Will Be Reanimated Next Year

Wii U Version Of How To Survive Will Be Reanimated Next Year

Zombie title launched on other formats in October

Remember How to Survive, the zombie-infused action title which hit Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and Windows in October? The game was due to see release on the Wii U eShop as well, but we've heard nothing about it since then. Thankfully, publisher 505 Games hasn't totally forgotten about the...

News: Shift Into Fifth With These New Screenshots Of Initial D On 3DS

Shift Into Fifth With These New Screenshots Of Initial D On 3DS

New info as well

Open-road racing, manga-inspired visuals, wage battles – it’s all there according to fresh translations and screenshots for Sega’s free-to-play Initial D Perfect Shift Online. As previously reported, this new title is headed to the 3DS and will allow wannabe delivery drivers to experience the thrill of high speed mountain...

News: Sega's Free-To-Play Racer Initial D Perfect Shift Online Is Coming To The 3DS

Sega's Free-To-Play Racer Initial D Perfect Shift Online Is Coming To The 3DS

Based in the hit manga and anime series

The latest issue of Famistu magazine has revealed that Sega is bringing the latest in its long line of Initial D games to the 3DS. Based on the long-running manga series — which has been adapted in both anime and live-action forms — Initial D Perfect Shift Online is a free-to-play offering which...

News: EnjoyUp Games Announces Rock'N Racing Off Road For The Wii U eShop

EnjoyUp Games Announces Rock'N Racing Off Road For The Wii U eShop

It's gripped, it's sorted, let's off-road

Spanish developer EnjoyUp Games has confirmed today that it will be releasing a new title in 2014 by the name of Rock'N Racing Off Road. No screens are available at present, but EnjoyUp has revealed some details as well as a sample of the rocking soundtrack which will accompany the mud-splattered on-screen...

Video: The LEGO Movie Game Unleashes Its Début Trailer

The LEGO Movie Game Unleashes Its Début Trailer

Batman appears because, why not?

In future years we may look back at this as an era of many things in gaming, but LEGO will surely get an honourable mention. LEGO games are everywhere, with the latest being LEGO Marvel Super Heroes; 2014 is already gearing up to deliver even more. One of these is The LEGO Movie Videogame which, unsurprisingly, is...

News: Professor Layton Vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Gets Closer to Western Release With New Rating

Professor Layton Vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Gets Closer to Western Release With New Rating

No objection to this development

Way back in August we finally had confirmation that Professor Layton Vs. Ace Attorney was being localised for an early 2014 release in both Europe and North America. Updates since then have been non-existent, however, so it's reassuring that the title has now been rated by the Australian Classification Board, which...

News: Reggie Fils-Aime Confirms Playable Cranky Kong and Release Date for Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Reggie Fils-Aime Confirms Playable Cranky Kong and Release Date for Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Talks up positive Super Mario 3D World sales

Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime has made his appearance on the VGX Awards, and despite heavy prompts from Geoff Keighley didn't deliver a killer reveal that many would expect. What he did do, however, is confirm Cranky Kong as the fourth playable character in Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze...

News: CastleStorm Gets Closer to Storming the Wii U eShop

CastleStorm Gets Closer to Storming the Wii U eShop

"It should be ready to rock soon"

Zen Studios, to date, has been supportive of the Wii U eShop in bringing both Zen Pinball 2 and Star Wars Pinball to the platform, but we were starting to wonder whether the promised CastleStorm would ever make an appearance. The good news is that the title appears to be finally approaching release, with the studio...

News: Wales Interactive Bringing Gravity Badgers and Master Reboot to the Wii U eShop

Wales Interactive Bringing Gravity Badgers and Master Reboot to the Wii U eShop

Physics puzzling and first-person "psychological adventure horror"

While a number of titles are taking their time to come to the Wii U eShop, the list of those that are on the way continues to grow. It's emerged that Wales Interactive — which is based just outside Cardiff — is bringing two titles to the download platform, with the first due in...

News: Knytt Underground Arrives on the Wii U eShop on 19th December

Knytt Underground Arrives on the Wii U eShop on 19th December

A chance to explore during the Holidays

Knytt Underground, previously released on multiple platforms, has been one of the most intriguing upcoming Wii U eShop games since it was confirmed by publisher Ripstone. The work of Nicklas Nygren (best-known as Nifflas), it's an atmospheric and potentially lengthy experience that encourages exploration,...

News: Teslagrad Wii U Release Drops Into 2014

Teslagrad Wii U Release Drops Into 2014

Arrives on PC / Mac / Linux on 13th December

We've made little secret of the fact that we're anticipating the arrival of Teslagrad on the Wii U eShop, as our impressions in time spent with the game so far have been undoubtedly positive. Unfortunately it won't make its appearance on the store in 2013 as originally planned, with Rain Games officially...

News: RUSH Confirmed for 12th December Release on Wii U eShop

RUSH Confirmed for 12th December Release on Wii U eShop

The Two Tribes Classics Trilogy comes to an end

For those looking at low-cost additions for their Wii U download library, the Two Tribes Classics have certainly been tempting options — Toki Tori and EDGE have arrived so far. The final of the three releases now has a confirmed release date, with RUSH arriving in Europe and North America on 12th...

News: Bravely Default Sequel Confirmed for 3DS in Japan

Bravely Default Sequel Confirmed for 3DS in Japan

To be called Bravely Second

Bravely Default: Flying Fairy — shortened to Bravely Default in the West — has been a commercial success for Square Enix in its homeland. That's likely contributed to its localisation (along with support from Nintendo) in its follow-up and improved form that's known as Bravely Default: For The Sequel in Japan. As that...