Ubisoft just revealed the next installment of Tetris, Tetris Ultimate - the game will be headed to the Nintendo 3DS this fall, as well as the Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita.
Anyone that picks up Tetris Ultimate on the 3DS will enjoy four exclusive game modes; you can check out screenshots and details about the game from Ubisoft’s full fact sheet after the break. Continue reading
Courtesy of NintendoLife, you can see just how much the graphics and visual design have been enhanced between Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire on the Game Boy Advance and their 3DS re-makes, Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire.
Check out the side-by-side comparisons of several Hoenn landmarks and battle scenes after the break. Continue reading
Just to quickly touch on the Super Smash Bros. for 3DS & Wii U news from this year’s E3; Nintendo revealed both the release date and three new characters for the final roster in the upcoming brawler.
More details, screenshots, impressions and comments after the break. Continue reading
The latest issue of CoroCoro magazine has revealed that all three starter Pokemon in the upcoming Pokemon Omega Ruby & Pokemon Alpha Sapphire will have “Mega Evolutions”.
Mega Blaziken was introduced in Pokemon X & Y, so that’s nothing new – but scans of the magazine (seen above) show images of Mega Swampert and Mega Sceptile, as well as Mega Diancie, all of which look considerably impressive. More details after the break. Continue reading
Lucario, the “Aura Pokemon”, will return to the ever-expanding of fighters in the forthcoming installment of the Super Smash Bros. series for 3DS & Wii U.
Lucario was first introduced to SSB in the last game, Brawl. He was unique in that his attacks became more powerful and destructive after taking high amounts of damage, and many these moves were based directly on his actual attacks from the Pokemon games (such as Aura Sphere, Force Palm, Extremespeed, Double Team, and so on).
Here is the official word from Sakurai and the series’ official website:
The heroic Aura Pokémon, Lucario, joins the battle!! We’ve increased the influence of Aura this time, so a damaged Lucario is truly a force to be reckoned with.
Lucario joined the battle for the first time in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which was released six years ago. The production staff of Brawl worked really hard to expand the character roster–without their efforts, Lucario probably never would have joined the battle.
I am happy to see another Pokemon character confirmed for the next Super Smash Bros. - I am really hoping for the return of Pokemon Trainer, updated with creatures from Pokemon X & Y.
Keep checking back for updates about the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for 3DS & Wii U, I will try to stay current with any news as it comes out.
3DStination re-caps some of the key features and new mechanics of Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds in this preview, also discussing some of the recently-revealed plot points. You can get all of the details after the break.
Some new footage of Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds was shown at New York Comic Con, and officially revealed this installment’s version of the Dark World as “Lorule”. More after the break. Continue reading
Since this is not officially considered a “leak”, I decided to go ahead and post it – the Japanese magazine CoroCoro’s most recent issue officially revealed a few new Mega Evolutions and the final forms of the Kalos Region starter Pokemon. To avoid blatantly spoiling too much, you can find the images from the magazine after the break.
SPOILER ALERT: After the break, you can find leaked screenshots and other spoiler-loaded details for three brand-new Mega Evolution Pokemon from Pokemon X & Pokemon Y. You have been warned; do not continue reading after the break if you do not want to spoil the surprise. Continue reading
This is a pretty major spoiler, so I’ll save all the details for after the break – the final evolutions of the starter Pokemon in Pokemon X & Pokemon Y have leaked, including their names and final Type combinations. Keep reading after the break for more details and screenshots. Continue reading
The image you see to the right (click for full size) was taken from a Japanese magazine and confirms the evolved forms of Spritzee and Swirlix, two new Pokemon in Pokemon X & Pokemon Y.
No official details have been confirmed about these Pokemon at this point, but it is clear that they are the evolved forms of the two previously-revealed creatures.
What do you think? I’m not particularly thrilled about Sprizee or Swirlix, but at least their evolved forms look a little more powerful.
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
You can check out some really slick concept art for Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds after the break. Continue reading
In case you missed it; Toon Link was officially confirmed for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS & Wii U last week. Check out his screenshots below.
The screenshot above was featured in today’s update on smashbros.com, along with a message from Masahiro Sakurai:
“Luigi’s jump now has him paddling his legs. His vertical leap is undoubtedly high!”