Simply go to System Settings > Other Settings > System Update. Once the update’s finished, the Miiverse software will be present on your home menu in the top right corner. You can create a new Nintendo Network ID, or link an existing one to get started. The above video from Nintendo shows a step-by-step process of how to do this quick and easy. Continue reading
Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! has now received a launch trailer. The footage doesn’t show us anything new, but the montage of gameplay does show off the co-op mode, some dungeon crawling, which is all presented in a wacky style you’d come to expect from the series.
The second game based on the animated TV show was released across various platforms last week. The Wii U version will be released in Europe on 6th December, while 3DS owners will have to wait a week later, because well, I DON’T KNOW!
The debut trailer for upcoming 3DS shooter IronFall has been posted online by developer VD-Dev.
There’s not much in the way of actual gameplay, although – for the techy types – the developer takes pride in sharing plenty of impressive specifications, and we do get a glimpse at the impressive visuals we can expect to see when the game launches in Spring 2014.
Spike Chunsoft has uploaded a new trailer for Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind, an upcoming 3DS game based on the manga series. While it’s short in length, it shows off some of the rather fast-paced gameplay, Eren transforming into Titan form, and a little bit on character customisation.
The action game will be available December 5th in Japan. Would you like to see an overseas release?
Earlier today, Nintendo of America uploaded some brand-new trailers for upcoming Zelda title, A Link Between Worlds. The first trailer (above) shows off further gameplay elements, while the second trailer (below, after the break) gives us a look at some of the characters’ music themes. Continue reading
Shin Megami Tensei IV will be coming to 3DS in North American on 16th July, and Atlus has really pulled out all the stops to make sure fans don’t just have an incredible RPG adventure to look forward to, but also provide a bunch of exclusive merchandise for those that pre-order ready for launch day. Continue reading
Game & Wario has finally hit Europe, as the first Nintendo-developed Wii U game since launch titles New Super Mario Bros. U and Nintendo Land. If you’re still undecided about picking up the latest wacky Wario mini-game collection – or if you’re looking to waste a few minutes over the weekend – you can check out some footage from the game’s first seven stages: Arrow, Camera, Ski, Patchwork, Kung Fu, Design and Ashley. Continue reading
Remember Castle Rock from the Rayman Legends demo? You leaped, punched and floated your way through an auto-scrolling level to a playful take on the song Black Betty. In the full game, which launches on Wii U, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on 30th August, there’ll be a rendition of Survivor’s Eye of the Tiger for you to bounce along to. You can check it out in the latest trailer, below.
Since its release on iOS and Android last year, Neko Entertainment has ported and re-released Kung Fu Rabbit on Wii U, via the Nintendo eShop. It’s only £4.49, but if you’re still wary about splashing the cash on a relatively unknown title, you can get a feel for the game as we play through its opening ten stages below:
Kung Fu Rabbit is out now in the European eShop, while North American gamers can expect it to arrive in their region on 4th May.