It has been revealed that the all new, New Nintendo 3DS XL, will sport 82% larger screens than its 2DS counterpart. Following the announcement of system, more details have begun emerging for the handheld. The system will launch on July 28th and will retail for $149.99.
It will be interesting to see how everyone handles this news and we will keep reporting on the New Nintendo 2DS XL as it happens.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Nintendo has announced an all new Nintendo 2DS XL… Strangely I really like it too…
So apparently Nintendo plans to pump out their handheld lineup of systems for the foreseeable future and this all New Nintendo 2DS XL will be coming out in July. The system sports all the nifty features of the New 3DS XL (Amiibo Support, C-Stick etc) but will display the games in 2D. Think “New DS XL”.
I am very eager to hear what you guys have to say and I hope this story gets some comments. The more I watch the trailer the more this “makes sense” to me…
Warning!! Incoming Fighter! Nintendo has announced an all new character will join the ARMS roster and his name is Helix. Nintendo of Europe shared this amazing news earlier today via Twitter and came with a nice little trailer of the newly announced fighter.
ARMS for Nintendo Switch will release on June 16th. Keep it coming Nintendo. Keep it coming!!
Here are the latest Hardware Sales (followed by last week’s sales) from Japan. The Nintendo Switch has once again lead the way in terms of sales moving almost 49K units and we expect even larger sales in the upcoming weeks. With Mario Kart 8 Deluxe power-sliding into retail soon, the Switch looks like it will continue its sales momentum.
Check out the list below for the full breakdown:
Switch – 48,694 (45,673)
New 3DS LL – 17,570 (18,115)
PlayStation 4 – 15,222 (17,067)
PlayStation Vita – 5,164(5,592)
PlayStation 4 Pro – 4,112 (4,855)
2DS – 3,945 (4,475)
New 3DS – 1,114 (1,234)
PlayStation 3 – 367 (432)
Wii U – 262 (271)
Xbox One – 68 (142)
Nintendo has announced that it’s upcoming Nintendo Switch title, Splatoon 2, will have an exhibition tournament held at this year’s E3 extravaganza. The company says that fans should stay tuned to the company’s various social media accounts for more details and you can bet your bottom dollar when we hear anything, we will report it. This years E3 2017 takes place June 13-15.
More on Splatoon 2 and E3 2017 as it develops. We can’t wait!
Still looking for a Nintendo Switch? Well you may want to head to Toys R Us on April 28th as the major retailer has stated that they will have more Switch consoles Friday. Toys R Us took to Twitter to announce the news and if you have yet to get a system, April 28th may be your day. We fully expect other retailers to have a similar situation as Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will also release on that day and Nintendo will no doubt ship as many consoles as possible to celebrate the games release.
An all new list has hit from Japan and this one lists the countries most wanted games. Dragon Quest took the top two spots while the remake for Final Fantasy VII rounds out the two 3 positions. Check it out below and let us know which games catch your eye:
[PS4] Dragon Quest XI – 1,007 votes
[3DS] Dragon Quest XI – 750 votes
[PS4] Final Fantasy VII Remake – 735 votes
[NSW] Splatoon 2 – 440 votes
[PS4] Kingdom Hearts III – 385 votes
[3DS] The Alliance Alive – 347 votes
[NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 302 votes
[PS4] Tekken 7 – 299 votes
[PS4] Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age – 288 votes
[NSW] Super Mario Odyssey – 281 votes
[PS4] Everybody’s Golf – 258 votes
[3DS] The Snack World – 198 votes
[PS4] The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III – 175 votes
[PS4] Gran Turismo Sport – 173 votes
[NSW] Dragon Quest XI – 167 votes
Want to get a glance of Puyo Puyo Tetris on Nintendo Switch? Well check out the latest Nintendo Minute video above and let us know if you plan on picking up the game. I have already secured a review copy for Puyo Puyo Tetris on Nintendo Switch, so keep it here for more information! There’s a free eShop demo out now so be sure you check it out.
The game is out on April 25. Will you be downloading?
The box art for the next Call of Duty has been revealed so check it out above. The box art confirms that the game will go back to the series roots showcasing a WWII theme. As we can see from the box art above, PS4 owners will be getting new content 30 days before others. I am very happy with this change and cannot wait to see what the developer will do. Last years infinite warfare brought gamers to space but it was a bit disappointing for players.