What a difference a patch makes! Above is a comparison of a turn I just took in Nintendo’s new 3DS game Code Name STEAM: on the left, before the game was patched; on the right, using a post-patch fast-forward button.
Nintendo just announced a coming update for Code Name: STEAM that’ll let players fast-forward through enemy turns.
Code name: S.T.E.A.M. is an interesting game. The art style is something reminiscent of the Silver Age of Comic Books mixed with Victorian undertones. Gameplay wise it takes mechanics from two popular, yet very distinct genres. Regardless of how the game looks or plays, one aspect that really baffled me when the game…
Over the last week, I've put in about 15 hours into Code Name: STEAM, a steampunk turn-based strategy game from Intelligent Systems. As Intelligent Systems has proven itself before with games like Fire Emblem and Advance Wars, it's pretty easy to get hyped up about the idea of Code Name: STEAM. It's a new Nintendo…
Majora's Mask. Xenoblade Chronicles. Code Name: Steam. Monster Hunter 4: Ultimate. The 3DS's lineup for the next few months is strong, of that there is no doubt. What's less certain is whether or not these new games are worth playing on the newest 3DS.
This morning's Nintendo Direct was chock full of new Amiibo toys and Amiibo-enable games. Here's how the colorful pieces of plastic will work in Nintendo's upcoming titles, including the one you might have to delete existing Smash Bros. Amiibo data to play.
Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., is coming out for the 3DS on March 13th, Nintendo just announced during its Nintendo Direct stream. It's a turn-based strategy game that pits Abraham Lincoln against space aliens, because why the fuck not? They also said that it will work with the Fire Emblem Amiibos being made for Smash Bros.
Remember Code Name STEAM? Here's some new footage of its tactical action—and now we have a vague release date, too. Spring 2015, for the 3DS.
Yesterday, we got our first look at Code Name: STEAM, a new strategy game for the 3DS. It sounded awesome—but the screenshots we got to see? They didn't make the game look so hot. Fear not, though: Code Name: STEAM looks nice in motion.