In case you haven’t heard about it, one of the hottest upcoming titles on the Nintendo 3DS eShop is Azure Striker Gunvolt, Inti Creates’ flashy, action-packed side-scroller. It certainly helps that one of the game’s lead designers is none other than Kenji Inafune (Mega Man), and the gameplay is clearly reminiscent of the classic series.
Anyway, those who download Azure Striker Gunvolt will also get a free 8-bit crossover game called Mighty Gunvolt, which features characters from both Azure Striker and Inti’s next game, Mighty No. 9.
Keep reading after the break for details, video footage, and an interview between Inafune and Inti Creates.
This is merely a rumor at this point in time, so take it with a grain of salt until information is confirmed by Sakurai, Nintendo or the official Super Smash Bros. website.
Rumors about new characters in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. games have emerged this afternoon, with several leaked videos (originally posted to 4chan) showing off new characters such as Shulk, Bowser Jr. and Dark Pit.
UPDATE: All the videos that were posted earlier have since been removed from YouTube by request of Nintendo of America. This seems a lot more like a big leak than a rumor at this point, but nothing should be assumed until confirmed directly by Sakurai, the official Smash Bros. website, or Nintendo.
Square-Enix has released some new footage of Final Fantasy Explorers, the latest installment in its exclusively cooperative multiplayer Final Fantasy spin-offs.
Although FF Explorers has only been confirmed in Japan (set for launch December 18), it looks pretty damn cool – and I am really hoping for a western version in the future.
Alas, I am getting off-track. After the jump you can check out three new videos detailing the Knight, Monk and Black Mage Jobs in Final Fantasy Explorers - unfortunately they are in Japanese. Continue reading
A brand-new trailer for Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire went online today, revealing Mega Evolutions for Salamence, Altaria and Lopunny. Check out the footage below.
Ready for another round of videos with off-screen footage from Super Smash Bros. for 3DS?
They’re posted after the break – kudos to NWR for all the videos and the direct-feed audio. Continue reading
A video posted on NWR lets you check out the menu music in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for 3DS & Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
You can check out the video below:
If you are anything like me, you will be hearing a lot of that theme in the coming months.
Capcom’s Mighty No. 9 for the eShop looks to be a brand-new title that fans of Mega Man will fall in love with.
New footage of the game shows the transformations that Beck can do in the game. Check out the video below:
For those looking forward to Super Smash Bros. for 3DS, October 3rd could not seem further away.
To help sate your appetite, you should check out three new off-screen videos (featuring three different stages) after the break. Continue reading
Capcom confirmed Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate for the Nintendo 3DS not long ago, promising an updated version with a few exclusive weapons.
Unfortunately the game won’t arrive in the west until early 2015, so fans of the series will have to be patient.
For now, check out this new trailer, which goes over some of the basics – and includes plenty of gameplay footage, from a distance:
Renegade Kid’s Moon Chronicles - the Nintendo 3DS’s first-ever first-person shooter – is finally headed to the Nintendo eShop next week. More specifically, the first part of the episodic release will come out on May 15, and will cost $8.99.
More details and a trailer after the jump. Continue reading