Capcom’s announced that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies is heading to Western Nintendo 3DSes in the Autumn, controversially as an eShop-exclusive release in both Europe and North America. Continue reading
Resident Evil: Revelations is arriving on HD consoles on 24th May, following its previously-exclusive release on Nintendo 3DS early last year. Alongside the new additions in the multi-platform release – a harder difficulty mode and new enemy types – Wii U owners will benefit from Off-TV Play and Miiverse interaction. You can check out the Wii U exclusive features in the latest trailer. Continue reading
With the upcoming HD port of Resident Evil: Revelations, Capcom is making small new additions to improve the overall experience, and hopefully make next month’s re-release more enticing for those that already played the original 3DS version. Continue reading
After announcing its localisation in January, publisher Namco Bandai has released a brand-new trailer for Project X Zone, which confirms that the exclusive 3DS title will be hitting European shores on 5th July. Continue reading
Capcom teased two new game announcements ahead of PAX East this weekend, and two game announcements have been made: DuckTales Remastered and Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara are both headed to the Wii U eShop this summer. Continue reading
Capcom’s Wii U port of Resident Evil: Revelations comes with an additional difficulty level – Infernal – aimed at those that mastered last year’s brilliant Nintendo 3DS game. Ahead of its May release date, here’s a trailer showing off its “harder campaign difficulty” and “remixed enemy placement”:
You can pre-order Resident Evil: Revelations for Wii U here.
Not too long ago, we reported that Capcom would be region-locking Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate’s online servers. The Japanese developer had also recently stated that the game would not feature Off-TV Play, as it intends to offer a ‘true dual-screen experience’. Continue reading
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate’s free demo hit the Nintendo eShop on both Wii U and 3DS today, ahead of the game’s launch in a month’s time. Eager to share our (lack of) Monster Hunting skills with you then, we’ve recorded the first half of the demo, which sees us (barely) take on the Lagombi – a giant, rabbit-like beast that was harder to defeat than its status as an ‘Easy Quest’ had us believe.
Be sure to check back tomorrow, when we’ll have even more juicy, 1080p Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate footage.