Just a quick heads up that in the next week or so, Nintendo 3DS Daily will be redesigned in a way that will hopefully make it look a bit more modern than it currently does. So in other words, it’s getting a proper responsive website design that looks like something out of the current decade rather than the late 90s. The content however, will remain exactly the same as ever. For more information, keep reading!
As some Nintendo 3DS Daily readers may have noticed, the link in our sidebar to Fusion Fangaming still doesn’t work, going over to an error page instead of the Mushroom Kingdom Fusion team’s official site. Well, there’s an unfortunate reason for that. Namely, the Spriter’s Resource basically crashed a few days ago, and Fusion Fangaming was kind of taken with it. And while the former is now back online, Fusion Fangaming hasn’t exactly had any such luck. So yeah. Just a quick update to tell people that while Fusion Fangaming doesn’t currently work, that the team still exists and that the site is still presumably an ally of Nintendo 3DS Daily.
They seriously think this game will be as big as Call of Duty or FIFA. Which if you don’t know the obvious, are two of the biggest third party franchises of all time, selling many millions of copies per installment (FIFA has sold over 100 million games total and Call of Duty has sold more than past til 2011 alone). Unfortunately, I’d like to give Ubisoft a nice reality check.
Oh look, isn’t this some good timing? Apparently, two different dev teams talked about franchise fatique and yearly installments this year, both with completely contrasting views on the issue and how many games should be released in quick succession. One of these groups were two Animal Crossing New Leaf developers, one was Ubisoft’s Lionel Raynaud. Want to read what they said? Click the link and keep reading…
It’s something I got sent a link to earlier today, and something I definitely thought was worth mentioning on the site. Basically, remember how a while back I mentioned a tool that someone was working on to transfer Pokemon from gen 2 (Gold and Silver) to gen 3 (Ruby and Sapphire)? Well a user calling themself Alex B (aka Metropolis on Projec Pokemon forums) sent a link to another such tool, which has already been released. Want to know the link? Well, you can find out after the break!
It doesn’t quite steal your soul like the version in game, and unlike the Pokemon, it most likely can’t attack on its own. Still, Youtube blacksmith Man At Arms (aka Tony Swatton) has made a real life sword version of Honedge, which actually looks incredibly close to the real thing! Head inside to see a video of it in action!
It’s still in development, but I’ve now registered the domains ‘Wario Weekly’ and ‘Wario Forums’ for when it inevitably opens, just like how I currently own ‘Super Smash Bros 4.com’ and ‘Super Smash Bros Forums.com’ for my Smash Bros sites. So yes, I’m still working on it, in my desperate attempt to bring the Wario fandom to life in some sort of way, it’ll just take another week or so before I can be happy with the design, have a good forum script and generally have enough content for the site to launch.
Over the last few weeks, we’ve seen a lot of different ways in which people have attempted to remake that Flappy Bird game. There was one made on the 3DS’ Petit Computer. Tons and tons of clones have flooded app stores to the point Apple and Google actually banned ‘flappy’ in titles for a while. And now, someone’s actually gone and remade the game in the Super Mario World engine!
So if you’re still playing Mario Kart DS or Wii online, or involved in a bunch of Smash Bros Brawl battles against people from round the world, then those days are about to come to a screeching stop. Same with online play in the generation 4 and 5 Pokemon titles. These services will end for good worldwide on May 20th. Keep reading to see a full list of every service and game getting the proverbial chop…
Well, that’s sure an interesting way to mix a somewhat ‘casual’ series with a cult classic! This game is basically a redo of Flappy Bird with a weird version of Ness’ head as the main character and graphics/music taken from the Mother series. Or in other words, the crossover no one really expected to ever happen. Try it for yourself after the break…