During last night’s Nintendo Direct presentation, Nintendo finally revealed Bayonetta 2′s release date, alongisde two limited edition bundles – one of which is exclusive to Europe. Continue reading
For the first time in series history, additional characters, courses and karts are heading to Mario Kart 8, in the form of paid downloadable content. Continue reading
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
The number of times we’ve accidentally clicked “View Highlight Reel” at the end of a Mario Kart 8 race is uncountable. You know what we mean – you’re beating your family in a heated tournament, you’re mashing the 2 button on your Wii Remote to quickly start the next Grand Prix, when you remember that the “Next Race” button is no longer atop the post-race menu. Thankfully, tweaks to this menu, and other areas of Mario Kart 8, will be added via a software update on 27th August – the 22nd anniversary of Super Mario Kart’s Japanese release. Continue reading
This morning saw Nintendo announce its financial results for the first quarter of 2014. Reports of losses and hardware sales figures aside, the first-party release schedule for Europe is missing what could have been one of the biggest Wii U games over the Christmas period. Continue reading
If you’re a sucker for free Pokémon, you’ll be pleased to hear that Nintendo is offering a free Charizard to Pokémon X & Y players across the UK. Continue reading
To commemorate 100 million Pokémon trades through the Global Trade Station, Nintendo is offering Pokémon X and Y players the chance to download a special “Fancy Pattern” Vivillon until 31st July. Continue reading
Having 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.
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)
File-Size: 23, 524 blocks
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.
We’re nearing the end of our time here on Destiny Island, so let’s make the most of it with a trip to Leisure Island! Leisure Island has different attractions at different times of the day: a Magic Show in the morning, Tomodachi Quest in the afternoon and at night and the Evening Market. I haven’t been able to see the Magic Show yet but I assume it sticks to the game’s zany atmosphere.