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Posted by James Mayell under News on 10th December 2013 at 9:00pm
The upcoming indie game relying on Kickstarter donations Lobodestroyo has hit it's goal of $35,000 with only a day to go! This means development will go ahead and you will definitely be able to pick up a copy of this game some day!
The game is a N64 / rareware insipred platformer coming to WiiU and other systems.
If you still want to get in on the Kickstarter rewards then there's still time! You can check out the page here.
Will you be loo. . .
Posted by Luke Schlachter under News on 10th December 2013 at 6:00pm
As we are excited for the latest 3DS update, Miiverse, we thought that it would be nice to share GameXplain's YouTube video showing off what Miiverse has to offer you. If some of you are confused about Miiverse, this tour will hopefully get you prepared for the 3DS's latest social network:
We hope that this video has helped you learn more about Nintendo's latest update.
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Posted by David Sil under News on 10th December 2013 at 3:00pm
If you haven't done so already, manually update your 3DS!
Miiverse has gone live on the Nintendo 3DS bringing all the Wii U Miiverse Features to the Nintendo handheld.
An image i uploaded earlier to Miiverse, available to view in 3D!
The update takes a matter of minutes and once done, you can enter your system settings to find a new menu at the top of the screen that will allow you to create a Nintendo Network ID or if you have one on the Wii U. . .
Posted by Luke Jarrett under News on 10th December 2013 at 12:00pm
Poor Mega Man looks absolutely stunned in today's image. The reason for this is to demonstrate the updated (more powerful) shield breaker. When foes guard (throughout the series of games), they are shielded from damage. Marth is capable of charging up a powerful attack (the shield breaker), and if he lands the attack the foe's shield will break leaving them completely open to attack. Sakurai states that the shield breaker is now more powerful in order to encourage more people to use i. . .
Posted by Luke Jarrett under News on 10th December 2013 at 9:00am
After a bold reveal (a few Months ago) in a Nintendo Direct we haven't heard much else about Professor Layton Vs. Phoenix Wright's progress of localisation. It seems that the game has now been classified for the Austrilian boards (which is usually a sign that the locatisation process is in the final stages). Hopefully a December Christmas themed Nintendo Direct (or one in January) might shed more light on a release date for this mighty cross-over title. We better just keep looking out. . .