A sequel to Dillon’s Rolling Western is coming to 3DS in Japan. The Dead Heat Breakers continues the original 2012 game’s combo of armadillo-rolling action and tower defense, and will also turn your Mii into a furry character in the game. Spring 2018 in Japan, digital and physical, no overseas announcement yet.
The conventional wisdom is that Nintendo has screwed up. They've lost the plot. Dropped the ball. Somehow sunk their own battleship. But they're actually doing a bunch of things right, too.
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers will be showing up for download on the 3DS, along with an old-school Kirby game and a sequel to Dillon's Rolling Western. There’s also a new update for the stereoscopic handheld. Check out all the coming week’s digital Nintendo offerings right here.
Nintendo has been so busy announcing sequels to every Mario sub-franchise that you can think of—new sidescrollers, new 3D platformers, new Golf, and Mario & Luigi—that you'd think they don't have anything else. Well, other than Zeldas.
One's a mildly anticipated game for the 3DS eShop; one is a DSiWare game about box pushing; and the third comes from someone that thought 2 Fast 4 Gnomz was a good name. What could they possibly have in common?
If you're left-handed, I have a minor bit of bad news about the terrific, original game that Nintendo started selling on the 3DS eShop today.
Surprise! Nintendo has released the action slash tower-defense game a day early, it said during a video conference this morning. You'll find Dillon's Rolling Western in the 3DS eShop for $10 right now. [Nintendo]
Nintendo president of America Reggie Fils-Aime is probably kidding (half-kidding) when he wonders, at the start of this video, what's wrong with people who don't have or want a Nintendo 3DS. Consider it a milder form of him kicking your ass and taking your name.