Capcom has announced that they are making an all new, colorful Monster Hunter title called Monster Hunter: Stories. Monster Hunter: Stories is headed to the Nintendo 3DS sometime in 2016. The game looks pretty sweet in this opening trailer and the franchise has found a great home in the Nintendo 3DS.
Enjoy this Monster Hunter: Stories trailer everyone.
Nintendo has kicked off an amazing Spring Sale for their systems and you can check out the full list below. Some of the highlights of the sale include Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and the amazing Pikmin 3.
Check out the list below and let us know if you plan on picking anything up:
A World of Keflings ($6.99)
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker ($27.99)
F-Zero Maximum Velocity ($4.89)
Golden Sun ($5.59)
Pikmin 3 ($41.99)
Kirby: Triple Deluxe ($24.49)
Mario Kart 7 ($20.99)
Mighty Gunvolt ($2.79)
Siesta Fiesta ($3.99)
Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels ($3.49)
Tetris Ultimate ($13.99)
Tomodachi Life ($24.49)
Woah Dave! ($3.49)
Here is an all new video of the new speed patch that was implemented in Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. for 3DS. Check out how the game has improved and let us know what you think. If you are unsure if this game catches your fancy, make sure you download the demo from the eShop and give it a try.
Here is the debut trailer for the highly popular Yo-Kai Watch 3. The game sells like hot cakes over in Japan so it will be interesting to see how this one does when it’s released. Check out the trailer and see if this game catches your fancy.
Fresh off the new Nintendo Direct, Nintendo has announced that Lucas is indeed headed to Super Smash Bros. The popular character will also have a compatible Amiibo and will enter the fight later this year. Nintendo also announced that gamers will be able to vote for what characters they would like to see enter the fray in Smash Bros. Players are encouraged to head to the official Smash Bros. website and submit their favorite characters that they would like to see in the popular series.
The recently announced new entry into the Fire Emblem series will be headed to Nintendo 3DS sometime next year. Nintendo of America has confirmed that those of you who purchase the next Fire Emblem title for the Nintendo 3DS will be able to play as your own custom character and will be tasked with two unique gameplay paths, each with a different outcome.
Here is where you can watch today’s Nintendo Direct. This live stream for Nintendo Direct will focus on Wii U and 3DS titles launching this year. We here at MVGN cannot wait to see what Nintendo brings so keep it here and watch the presentation!
Nintendo has announced that they will be hosting a Nintendo Direct for tomorrow, April 1st. While that day has become known for jokes and pranks, tomorrow’s Nintendo Direct show is in fact happening and we are thrilled.
Nintendo is set to share upcoming news for 3DS and Wii U titles so expect some major updates tomorrow.