Posted by Luke Jarrett under News on 12th March 2014 at 9:00am
Fans of Final Fantasy music and rhythm action games are in for another dose of addicition with the Theatrhythm sequal Final Fantasy Curtain Call. The new game offers a whole host of new tracks for you to tap in time to. Square Enix have updated the game's official site with a large list of tracks confirmed for the game (see below the image).
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Posted by Daniel Grana under News on 11th March 2014 at 9:00pm
Nintendo has launched a new website to showcase all the wonderful indie titles on offer within the 3DS and Wii U eShops. With the slogan, “get the games you want, when you want them,” Nintendo has provided fans with information on all titles that are currently available on the gaming platforms.
You can view the site here. . .
Posted by Luke Schlachter under News on 11th March 2014 at 8:00pm
Releasing March 14, Nintendo is trying to promote its latest first-party video game, Yoshi's New Island, as much as they can. The video below explains the game and its unique features and mechanics in a simple 30-second commercial. What do you think of it?
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Posted by Luke Jarrett under News on 11th March 2014 at 12:00pm
The 3DS version of Smash Bros. has been getting a lot of love recently. Last week we saw another glimpse of the Animal Crossing: New Leaf stage, and now we are treated to an all new Pokemon X/Y stage. The fighting takes place in the grand Lumiose City (based on Paris) and from Sakurai's comments I assume it to be a moving platform level (in that the fighting takes place on a platform, while the scenery will change). I made this assumption from Sakurai commenting that the fighting was taking p. . .
Posted by Luke Jarrett under News on 11th March 2014 at 9:00am
As far as gaming expos go America has E3 and Europe has gamescom. Held in the German City of Cologne, it is the largest exhabition of the latest games in Europe. Nintendo have presented their latest demos fresh from E3 here for a number of years (handy when Nintendo of Europe is based in Germany). Nintendo have secured their spaces for this year's exhabition taking place from August 13-17th (with tickets available from April). With many teasing suggestions stating that the new WiiU Zelda will. . .