Want to get The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds right now and just happen to live in Europe? Don’t mind having a digital copy of the game even with Nintendo’s shoddy current account system? Well it seems you’re now in luck, since Twitter and Youtube user NiNTENDOMiNATiON has posted on Twitter that the game is now available to buy on the 3DS eShop! Keep reading for his full Tweet including picture proof! Btw…..u all know that #Zelda A Link Between Worlds is Now available in Europa ^o^ pic.twitter.com/CnNdYLOP6h — NiNTENDOMiNATiON (@TiLMEN) November 22, 2013 So yeah, anyone here planning to buy it from the eShop? Or are you waiting until later to buy a boxed version of the […]
Remember that patch I mentioned was coming to Japan? Well now it’s available to download in all regions and can be gotten from the 3DS eShop. Indeed, if you have the game in any form and even try to access the shop, the system will even direct you straight to it!
You know, the ones from the last two Mario & Luigi games, where you control a giant form of Luigi or Bowser and beat up massive robots and buildings with your fists/hammer. Like the one shown in this trailer: Because to be honest, they’re getting complex enough that they’d probably be deep enough to base a whole game around now, especially one downloadable on the eShop. I mean, after playing those last two battles in Dream Team (with this bird god thing and a familiar foe from the main series), I have to say they’re pretty much technical showcases on the level of the best the 3DS has to offer. So Nintendo should make an eShop exclusive spinoff title based […]
Not in the Android/App Store sense or the ‘make every game download only with always online DRM’ sense, but in the ‘not every game needs a massive budget’ one. They need to realise that some of their titles would work best as digital only titles for a smaller, more niche audience. That certain games could be a lot more profitable if they skipped the high street altogether and just focused on the small core of dedicated fans that buys them to begin with (or the average buyer looking for a random punt). For example, Fire Emblem could work quite well in this way. Make a few chapters and campaigns or whatever, add about a quarter of the characters and content […]
Well this is bizarre. The titular character from Gamecube cult classic Chibi-Robo, and later DS curio Chibi-Robo Park Patrol, is returning in 3DS eShop title Chibi-Robo Real Life Action, released in Japan this very day. As you may have gathered from this perplexing footage, the game seems to revolve around the 3DS’ AR function; a welcome, underused feature, yet probably not used to the extent we wish, as it seems the crux of the action consists of taking photos of mundane objects for them to appear in an incredbly odd museum. Still, at a reasonable price this could be a fun diversion for 3DS owners. Will Chibi-Robo Real Life Action arrive in western territories? The Gamecube original remains rare and […]
Well, this is certainly something interesting: Nintendo plans to boost digital sales with launches like new super luigi u but also the first free to play game — David Gibson (@gibbogame) June 12, 2013 Nintendo free to play game will be released this fy but will not be Mario or Pokemon game as already have good relationship in those brands — David Gibson (@gibbogame) June 12, 2013 This individual says they’re working on a new free to play game as an attempt to boost digital sales and eShop presence. So I assume something like those mobile or Facebook games you see around, where you get the basic game for free but pay in game for various extras. What’s more interesting […]
Well, looks like people wanting to use FlipNote on their 3DS don’t have long to wait, since Nintendo of America has announced that the tool will be coming to the eShop sometime in early August. Here’s the confirmation on their official site: Release Date: Early August, 2013 http://flipnotestudio.nintendo.com/3d/ Just be warned that FlipNote Gallery World (the online Hatena replacement) will have a fee. So let’s hope someone opens up their own free alternative sometime soon!
It’s been wanted on the service a while, and now the original Game Boy Color Shantae game has been officially confirmed for the 3DS Virtual Console. Originally released only in the US, the game will now be made available digitally in all regions via the eShop, as mentioned in WayForward’s official announcement here: http://www.wayforward.com/blog/2013/5/17/shantae-is-ret-2-go.html So yes, Shantae is now officially confirmed for the 3DS Virtual Console! Is anyone excited for this?
With 2D Zelda games seemingly back in fashion and The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past 2 hitting the 3DS later this year, it seems like a whole new generation of Zelda fans may be introduced to SNES era style Zelda design. But should the original Link to the Past be released as well, perhaps as a Virtual Console game that’s available to buy for the 3DS eShop? I think it should be, and here’s why: 1. The game can be a good introduction to the series for those interested in the sequel First things first, I think rereleasing the original Link to the Past on 3DS would be a good idea simply due to how long it’s […]
The game is now available to buy in North America and Europe as of the 9th of May 2013. It’s another installment in the Mario vs Donkey Kong series (the and in the title refers to how DK isn’t Mario’s enemy any more), but this time the gameplay revolves around placing down tiles to lead Minis around rather than solving 2D puzzles like in Lemmings. It’s not a game we here at Nintendo 3DS Daily have much interest in (as you can probably tell from the fact we only posted exactly one article about it in the last year), but it’s now available to buy for its fans regardless. So yeah, it’s now available. Go and buy it if you […]