Nintendo has announced the official release date for their upcoming 3DS title The Legend of Zelda Triforce Heroes. The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes launches for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems on Oct. 23. One of Nintendo’s biggest critical hits at this summer’s E3 video game trade show, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes lets up to three players team up locally, via Download Play with one game card or online using a wireless Internet connection to cooperatively explore inventive dungeons and battle bosses.
I had the chance to play the game at my local Best Buy when they were showing it during E3 and walked away very impressed with the game.
Looks like we won’t have to wait long now gamers. Are you going to pick it up?
Today, Square Enix has announced that Dragon Quest XI is headed to the Nintendo 3DS, PS4 and Nintendo NX. While Nintendo’s mysterious NX system was changed to a “we are looking into it” status, we find it VERY interesting that the RPG giant mentioned Nintendo’s newest project during today’s announcement. We don’t know what shape or form the new NX will take, but it is certainly an interesting development to hear from developers regarding the system. You can read all about the upcoming game, below:
Dragon Quest X and XI announced for the NX.
Two different games with the same story similar to Ni no Kuni.
Both games slated for 2016 release to coincide with series 30th anniversary.
The two games will still have the same core staff working on them.
Is being made for the PS4 and 3DS (probably New3DS)
DQXI is also coming to the NX (probably the PS4 version?)
PS4 version is developed with the assistance of Orca.
PS4 version runs on UE4
PS4 version is open(-ish?) world. Similar to DQVIII
3DS version is developed with the assistance of Toy Logic.
3DS Version presents a classic 2D Sprite style on the bottom screen.
3DS version will have 2D sprite battles + random battles when playing with the D-Pad and 3D battles when playing with the circle-pad.
Release targeted within the 30th anniversary year for the series, so within the fiscal year starting April 1st, 2016 and ending March 31st 2017.
During today’s Nintendo World Championships, the company displayed a brand new title headed for the Nintendo 3DS. The game looks to be a mix of a shooter and soccer title and was revealed during the 2nd stage of the event. The game looks very interesting and I am interested in seeing it for myself in glasses free 3D.
Here is a sweet Nintendo 3DS Vs Wii U comparison video of the newly announced Hyrule Warriors. Check out and see the subtle differences in the game. We think that the game translates decently to the portable and we can’t wait to hear more about the game next week at E3 2015.
And the video game news just keeps coming my friends… Today it was revealed that Hyrule Warriors, the popular Wii U game, is now headed to the Nintendo 3DS. Color us surprised at this announcement guys and gals. What’s also pretty sweet is that the game is not just the same game too; it offers a variety of new, playable characters such as Tetra and the King of Red Lions from Wind Waker.
Sounds pretty cool indeed. Check out the first trailer for Hyrule Warriors on 3DS and let us know what you think.
Here is the announcement trailer for Disney Infinity 3.0. Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition looks to welcome STAR WARS™ to the ever growing collection of Marvel, Disney, and Disney Pixar characters, stories, and worlds. Check out the trailer everyone and let us know if you like this series. This new trailer is for the PS4 version of the game but the title is headed to every system known to man.
Nintendo has begun rolling out another minor system update for Nintendo 3DS. Available now, version 9.7.0-25U adds further improvements to overall system stability and implements other minor adjustments to enhance the user experience. By this update we would imagine that the Nintendo 3DS is BEYOND stable and we can’t understand how much more stable it can get.
The good guys over at gamexplain put together this awesome Head-to-Head Comparison video for Mario Kart 8 showcasing the Neo Bowser City 3DS and the Wii U counterpart. Clearly the Wii U version looks gorgeous but it’s nice to see how far things have progressed with the series. The all new DLC for Mario Kart 8 is headed to the system next week. We can’t wait.