Here’s a look at upcoming 3DS game Dragon Ball Fusions. Famitsu reports that it’s slated for release on August 4 in Japan. No word yet on a Western release.
Pulling a Pokemon for the second installment of Level-5's kid-friendly ghost-hunting series, Yo-Kai Watch 2: Fleshy Souls and Yo-Kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits come to the U.S. 3DS this fall, along with a ton of corresponding merchandise.
Time to put on your detective caps, Pokémon fans.
Nintendo just announced that 3DS title Style Savvy: Fashion Forward, the third game in the Style Savvy series, will be out in North America on August 19 and Disney Magical World 2 will hit the 3DS on October 14.
Japan is getting Lime and Black as well as Pink and White. Both combos look very, very good, especially if you like Splatoon.
The Pokémon hype train has officially left the station, and the passengers are definitely freaking out in excitement right now.
Is this what you’ve been waiting for? Well, here you go. Your Pokémon Sun and Moon Starters, Rowlet, Litten and Popplio.
Sometimes, catching ‘em all just isn’t enough.
New maps from Fire Emblem Fates’s second map pack will start to release on May 5, Nintendo announced today. Map Pack 2 will contain 6 maps in total, with the entire package costing $8. Check out our review of the game here, if you haven’t yet.
We ALL KNOW that Goku got robbed in that bullshit Smash Bros. poll from last year. But that’s OK. Modders have made everything right again.
Metroid Prime: Federation Force for 3DS will arrive on August 19, Nintendo announced today. It may not be the Metroid game we all want, but hey, it’s a Metroid game...?
Yokai Watch 3 will be released in Japan on July 16. There will be two versions of the 3DS title: Yokai Watch 3 Sushi and Yokai Watch 3 Tempura.
Nintendo’s handling of the Virtual Console has been, by any measure, horrendous. But they’ve still got the rights to some of the greatest games ever made, including Zelda: A Link to the Past and Super Metroid, which both come out for New 3DS today.
It’s for the Super Famicom-themed 3DS that Japan is getting. As if the handheld itself wasn’t beautiful enough, now this? This should be on a gallery wall, not a retail shelf.
In 2014's Bravely Default, there was no real explanation for the random encounter slider, a toggle you could use to reduce or amplify the rate of invisible enemy attacks. It just kind of existed. The sequel, Bravely Second, does things a bit differently.
How many games do you know that manage to combine Jungian psychology, Japanese school-life and urban legends? Just like me, the Persona series isn’t as popular in the West as Final Fantasy, but it’s been around just as long (since 1987), and is arguably much more interesting.
Ah, the Nintendo 3DS. The days when we weren’t sure about Nintendo’s handheld are long since behind us. Four years after the original 3DS launched, there’s a new version with better 3D, improved controls, and of course, a wealth of excellent games to play.