Fresh from this morning’s Nintendo Direct, here is a teaser trailer for Yoshi’s New Island, set to release “Spring 2014″ in North America.
Another new trailer for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS & Wii U was shown during today’s Nintendo Direct broadcast; the video reveals another new character in the ever-expanding roster: Rosalina.
Check out the trailer below:
Among the trailers revealed during this morning’s Nintendo Direct was a new video and information about Bravely Default, the Square-Enix RPG that launches next February. More details after the break! Continue reading
Check out the launch trailer for Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, revealed during yesterday’s Nintendo Direct broadcast:
More details about the game were uncovered; namely the StreetPass features and some of the characters that show up in the game.
The early reviews for A Link Between Worlds have been decidedly positive, but I will save my own judgment and comments for when I get my hands on my own pre-ordered copy.
The Miiverse feature (previously exclusive to Wii U players) that essentially opens up the social aspect of the Nintendo Network will soon be available on the Nintendo 3DS. More details after the break. Continue reading
The final chapter of Level-5′s Professor Layton prequel trilogy, Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy, was given its official release date during yesterday’s Nintendo Direct presentation.
Those who enjoy using their puzzle-solving skills should mark their calendars for February 28, 2014.
I look forward to seeing how Azran Legacy turns out, I really enjoyed Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask, the previous 3DS installment.
The upcoming Kirby game for the Nintendo 3DS was given its official subtitle - Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
No other details about the game were mentioned during yesterday’s Nintendo Direct presentation, but I am looking forward to seeing what Kirby can do on the 3DS, so I will post any updates once they are available.
It was revealed yesterday that a YouTube application will soon be released on the Nintendo eShop for the 3DS.
The YouTube app should be available for download by the end of the month. Videos can be watched on the top screen while users browse on the bottom screen.
Personally, I hope the capabilities of the app are at least comparable to most mobile YouTube applications, which typically cannot play all of the videos that can be found on the desktop site, but still serve their purpose well enough.
During today’s Nintendo Direct broadcast, there were some sweet new details about Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds that were revealed – you can see the new footage, details and screenshots of the game after the break. Continue reading