Nintendo of America has confirmed today during the 3DS-focused Nintendo Direct, that Yoshi’s Woolly World will be headed to the Nintendo 3DS. The colorful platforming game that graced the Wii U is now headed to the popular handheld and we couldn’t be more excited. Nintendo really showcased how much they are supporting its dominate handheld and we are very happy with this news (although SOME Wii U love would’ve been nice).
To celebrate the released of the game, there will be a Poochy amiibo figure launching alongside the game next year. Looks like 2017 is going to be a great year for the 3DS.
Nintendo has released an all new trailer for the 3DS title, Dragon Quest VII entitled Dragon Quest VII “Discover The Haven”, so be sure to check it out above. If you are a fan of RPG’s, you better own a 3DS as the system as a bevy of these story driven titles. The game is set to be released on September 16th. Enjoy the new trailer everyone.
Nintendo has released two new videos showcasing their new Nintendo Select titles that have been promoted and you can watch the videos above. There are a ton of outstanding titles in these videos so if you missed out on any of these games, now is your chance to pick them up for cheap. Although the Wii U was a commercial FLOP in terms of sales, the system still boasts some amazing games and if you own a Wii U, check these out now! I plan on picking up Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze myself…
Check out the quick promo videos and let us know if you will be picking any of these up.
Here is a gorgeous, 2 minute “overview trailer” for Bravely Second. Players who are looking for a preview of the adventures that await can download the free Bravely Second: End Layer demo, which is available now on the Nintendo eShop. The 2 minute trailer showcases typical RPG “stuff” but it’s still impressive non-the-less.
Check it out and let us know if this game catches your fancy. Enjoy.
Get ready Pokemon fans; the first footage for the recently announced Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon will be headed to us on April 3rd. The footage will be showcased during the Japanese TV show ‘Gathering at the Pokémon House.’ The show will feature a number of special guests including Junichi Masuda, Shigeki Morimoto and Shigeru Ohmori who will be at hand to talk about the next instalment in the popular franchise.
We fully expect Pokemon to make a BIG splash later this year and we can’t wait to hear more regarding the two games. More as it develops.
Check out an amazing gameplay trailer of all the characters in Hyrule Warriors Legends for the new Nintendo 3DS or new Nintendo 3DS XL system. This character trailer pretty darn sweet if you ask us and it’s awesome that this franchise is headed to Nintendo’s handheld. From what I am hearing though, you may want to have the New 3DS for the best experience possible so be warned!
Enjoy the new Hyrule Warriors Legends trailer everyone.
Here are the boxarts for the Puzzles and Dragon’s X games that are headed to the 3DS. I love me some good box art as my background is in illustration and I have to say that these covers catch my fancy. Although there is a very small difference between the two, I am more drawn to the one up top (the red one).
The good guys over at GameXplain got a chance to play Metroid Prime: Federation Force and were nice enough to record this footage. During this months Nintendo Direct Show, the company pulled the curtain off a bit on the 3DS exclusive and described why this game belongs in the Metroid Prime series. Check out the video which includes 7 minutes of gameplay and let us know what you think.
Our good friend MetalDave from Nintengen is reporting that there will be an all new Pokemon title headed to the Nintendo 3DS in celebration of the franchises 20th anniversary. The title is rumored to be called Pokemon Rainbow and will make its appearance on the Nintendo handheld. Our good friend also had a slew of new information regarding the plans for the Nintendo 3DS so check them out below:
3DS release list 2016:
Mario and Sonic Rio 2016
Nintendo Selects Wave 1
Hyrule Warriors Legends
Disney Art Academy
Code Name: “Caviar F” (casual friendly smaller budget game)
Metroid Prime: Federation Force
Code name: “Torte City” big budget unannounced game for all gamers core/all ages
Dragon Quest VII
Code name: “Cadillac” (casual friendly smaller budget game late summer)
3DS Hardware Price Cut
Code name: “N-Stars” big budget game for all ages
Nintendo Selects Wave 2
Code name: “DMW2” possibly Disney Magical World 2
Dragon Quest VIII
Pokémon 20th Anniversary game “Niji” Japanese translation: “Rainbow”
Seems like the the Nintendo 3DS is going to have a great 2016. What do you guys think?