Super Smash Bros. for 3DS gets a limited edition bundle and two weeks of eShop sales

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If you’re a fan of Super Smash Bros., and was planning on picking up a shiny new 3DS XL in time for the upcoming fighter’s release, Nintendo’s latest hardware bundle may be of interest to you. Continue reading

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Competition: Win a Trine: Enchanted Edition Steam key

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Update: The competition is now closed. Thanks to all of you that entered, and congratulations to our winner: Alexis Castaño.

Last month saw the reveal of Trine: Enchanted Edition for Wii U and PlayStation 4. It’s an upgraded port of 2009’s Trine, running on its sequel’s game engine – thus employing superior graphics, physics, and online multiplayer.

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Review: Soon Shine (Wii U eShop)

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Dahku Creations is back on the Wii U again after their most recent release Chubbins, and it seems that they’re improving their eShop influence pretty rapidly. Soon Shine may only be their second game on the eShop, but the improvements between releases are significant and exciting.

Developer: Dahku Creations
Publisher: Dahku Creations
Review Platform:
 Wii U eShop
Also Available on: N/A
Price: $1.99
NA Release Date: 14/08/14
EU Release Date: TBC
Genre: Puzzle
Players: 1

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Review: Super Toy Cars (Wii U eShop)

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Super Toy Cars is an interesting little title. Instead of racing in full size cars, the developer, Eclipse Games, decided to take racing to the tabletop. In Super Toy Cars, you’ll race your little toy car around desktops and driveways, collect items to stop your opponents, and race in career and quick races, with local matches replacing the PC version’s online multiplayer.

Developer: Eclipse Games
Publisher: Eclipse Games
Review Platform: Wii U eShop
Also Available on: PC & Mac
EU/NA Release Date: 24/07/14
Genre: Racing
Players: 1-4 locally
Price: £6.99, $7.99, €7.99
File Size: 997.8MB
PEGI: 3

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Review: Armillo (Wii U eShop)

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Before its release, Armillo had been in development for over three years. While it was originally intended to launch on Xbox Live, it was announced in January 2013 that Fuzzy Wuzzy Games had cancelled the game for Microsoft’s system, and had begun porting it over to the Unity game engine – which would soon be supported by the Wii U. After many delays and tweaks to the game’s formula, Armillo has finally surfaced as the eShop’s first title to run on the Unity game engine. And it looks like the wait was worth it.

Developer: Fuzzy Wuzzy Games
Publisher: Fuzzy Wuzzy Games
Review Platform: Wii U eShop
Also Available on: N/A
EU/NA Release Date: 03/07/14
Genre: Platformer
Players: 1
Price: £5.50 | £4.00 until 24/07/14
File Size: 1,345MB
PEGI: 7

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Review: Inazuma Eleven GO: Light / Shadow (Nintendo 3DS)

inazuma-eleven-go-light-shadowHaving made its début on Nintendo DS in 2011, the Inazuma Eleven series has become something of a surprise hit in Europe – spawning two sequels and even a Wii spin-off. Over in North America, the DS games have been long forgotten by Nintendo’s localisation team, as Level-5’s started from the ground up with a 3DS remake of the original title for that region.

Developer: Level-5
Publisher: Nintendo
Review Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Also Available on: 3DS eShop
EU Release Date: 13/06/14
NA Release Date: TBC
Genre: Sport Simulation / RPG
Players: 1-4 (local)
Price: £34.99
File-Size: 23, 524 blocks

PEGI: 12

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Blog: Nintendo Invader’s first week in Tomodachi Life (Final Day)

Hello, and welcome to the final day here on Destiny Island. We’ve had a look at a few things the game has to offer, but what we haven’t seen a lot of is the emotions that Tomodachis feel after and during certain events. First, we’ll look at what happens when residents fall out with each other. Fall outs come in two forms, minor arguments and massive fights, although neither seems to affect their mood towards each other after. If two residents have a minor argument you’ll be able to tell as they’ll be giving off steam and have a mean look. Things can be sorted out rather easily by just talking to the resident and telling them to make up or apologise.

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