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Napisano 26 March 2011 - 19:26
Yoshinori Ono was on-hand at a 3DS launch event in Madrid recently, and he was once again asked about Street Fighter Vs. Tekken for the 3DS. This would be the second time that we've heard Ono discuss the topic. The first time he was asked, Ono said that he would love to see it happen, but had nothing else to say on the matter. This time around, Ono once again said that he couldn't confirm anything, but the followed that up by saying that an important 3DS announcement is coming from Capcom next month. Hmmm...I think we should put two and two together on this one! Thanks to Fabio for the heads up.
Napisano 28 April 2011 - 01:07
Napisano 31 May 2011 - 12:36
Square Enix announces Heroes of Ruin for 3DS
Square Enix has announced this morning Heroes of Ruin, a brand new title for 3DS from Square Enix London and n-space.
It’ll feature “four unlikely heroes brought together to form a fearsome alliance.” The game will take advantage of social gaming features and online play.
StreetPass will form part of that experience, using it to form “an inventive in-game ‘Traders’ Network,” from which players will be able to buy and sell items that were procured during battles. Inventory will be “ever-changing” from each person past using StreetPass.
SpotPass will also be used to “reward players with rare one-off items or unique challenges through local wi-fi hotspots.”
The game’s official site will also give out challenges and quests to complete to players daily.
There’ll also be drop in-drop out co-op, as well as variable and “dynamic” environments in the game.
“With HEROES OF RUIN we wanted to take the game experience beyond the confines of the console’s two screens,” said Square Enix London GM, Lee Singleton.
“Nintendo 3DS’ online and social features allow us to do so much more than multiplayer, using both StreetPass and SpotPass to give players innovative ways of enhancing their experience”
Heroes of Ruin, which will be on show at E3 next week, releases in 2012. First screens are below.
Napisano 19 September 2011 - 13:13
- Dragon Quest Monsters Terry's Wonderland 3D heading to 3DS
- remake of the original Dragon Quest Monsters for Game Boy
- make parties with and raise monsters from the Dragon Quest series
- will include all the monsters from the recent dragon Quest Monsters Joker 2 Professional
- new monsters, new stories, and more
- due out in 2012
Napisano 20 September 2011 - 22:48
Kiedy piszę te słowa grupka wesołych i pełnych zapału skośnookich inżynierów śmiało sobie poczyna na poletku Nintendo...
Nagrywarka aktualnie przechodzi testy, tworzone jest stabilne oprogramowanie a hackerzy z grupy "lamefuck" pracują nad dumperem pozwalającym na robienie kopii gier w niemalże domowych warunkach.
Pierwsze egzemplarze produkcyjne według zapowiedzi pojawią się grubo po nowym roku ale jak dowiedziałem się od samego producenta, chłopaki z Crown Teamu postarają się dopiąć wszystko jak najszybciej może nawet na gwiazdkę
Napisano 28 September 2011 - 08:12
Napisano 29 November 2011 - 02:00
Super Mario 3D Land and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword helped Nintendo to a successful kickoff of the holiday sales season.
The new Nintendo 3DS game, Super Mario 3D Land, which landed in stores Nov. 11, has become the fastest-selling portable Mario game in company history, selling more than 500,000 units since launch, says Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime.
Meanwhile, the Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, released for the Nintendo Wii on Sunday, Nov. 20, has sold 535,000 copies since its U.S. launch, making it the fastest-selling Zelda game ever, he says.
These strong new releases also drove sales of Nintendo 3DS and Wii systems, Fils-Aime says. Last week's 3DS sales tripled (by 325%) compared with sales the week of Nov. 6, the week before Super Mario 3D Land made its debut; the week of its debut, sales rose 49% from the previous week.
"What this has been able to do is drive our Nintendo 3DS business in only eight months to surpass the full first year volume of the original DS and we still have the bulk of the holiday to go," Fils-Aime says, "and we still have the launch of Mario Kart 7 (out Dec. 4) to continue driving our full-year sales on Nintendo 3DS."
Sales of the original Nintendo DS hit 2.37 million in the first year of its Nov. 2004 U.S. release.
The Nintendo Wii had its biggest Black Friday ever more with than 500,000 units sold just during the day and pre-Black openings at some stores, he says.
Fils-Aime thinks the Black Friday sales momentum could help Nintendo to a successful holiday sales season. "We know that Black Friday and that entire week is a key selling week, and it is important for products like ours to have a jump in momentum, and we were fortunate to see that," he says. "For us, it really was driven by unique and powerful software and what gives us confidence is that we still have more software to launch in the balance of this holiday period."
Also coming from Nintendo: Fortune Street (Dec. 5, for Wii), which Fils-Aime describes as "a franchise that has sold quite well in Japan. Imagine a board game meeting a grow-your- business all done in a video context with Mario and other Nintendo characters, as well as characters from Square Enix. It's a very interesting very unique title. We think it is going to do quite well for us during the holiday."
Napisano 14 December 2011 - 17:20
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Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi’s Island
Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap
Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
Kirby & The Amazing Mirror
Mario Kart: Super Circuit
Mario vs. Donkey Kong
Wario Land 4
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