One Of Japan’s Biggest Franchises Monster Strike Is Coming To Nintendo 3DS

Monster Strike has been immensely popular on mobile platforms in Japan and it is now coming to the Nintendo 3DS. The in demand franchise Monster Strike will also be getting its very own anime series. The latest edition of Famitsu reveals that the game will have luscious full 3D fields to explore. The actual characters and story in the game will be based upon the anime which is scheduled to air in October on YouTube. The game will be released sometime this year.

Super Smash Bros Wii U Champion ZeRo Joins Team SoloMid

Gonzalo “ZeRo” Barrios the currently unbeatable Super Smash Bros Wii U champion has announced that he has joined eSports organisation Team SoloMid. Over the past nine months ZeRo has won every major Super Smash Bros Wii U tournament including EVO and APEX. Here’s what he had to say about joining the team.

“TSM is my favourite eSports team. You see, I’m actually a League of Legends player and a fan of many different personalities. My favourite player in the scene is Dyrus, so my favourite team is TSM. I’ve been keeping up with them long before the LCS was even a thing.”

Here’s The Box-Art For Terraria For Wii U And Nintendo 3DS


Re-Logic and 505 Games have posted the box-art for Terraria on both the Wii U and the Nintendo 3DS. As you can see from the image above it is kind of surreal, but to be expected given the game’s nature. We found out yesterday that the Wii U version of the ultra-creative title has local and online multiplayer. The Nintendo 3DS version just has local multiplayer. Terraria will also be playable at Gamescom next month and is expected to come out early 2016.

New Super Smash Bros For Wii U Update Out Now, Adds Tourney Modes

A brand-new update for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is now available to download. Version 1.1.0, which must be applied prior to using the game’s online multiplayer features, adds the highly-anticipated Tourney modes. The update also implements functionality to post replays to YouTube and new downloadable content that can be purchased, including new stages and costumes. A full list of what the update brings can be read below:

  • Users will be able to purchase newly added downloadable content.
  • Added Community and Regular Tournament Modes.
    Users can create custom rules and duration of Community Tournaments.
    Users can also advertise their tournaments in the Tourney Community in Miiverse.
  • Added functionality to post replays to YouTube.
    Replays can be viewed on YouTube and the Replay Viewing Community in Miiverse.
    *Users can only post their own content.
    *A Google account is required in order to use this feature. Please click here for information on how to create a Google account. (This will direct you to an external site)
  • Adjustments have also been made for a more pleasant gaming experience.

Terraria Wii U Has Local And Online Multiplayer

We finally got reconfirmation today that Terraria is coming to the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, but what about the all-important multiplayer mode. Well, the Wii U version of the fantasy building game will feature local and online adventures. If you are interested in local multiplayer than you will be pleased to know that you can play four player split screen. However, the number rises to eight player if someone chooses to take the game online. The Nintendo 3DS version of the game only supports local four player multiplayer. As we mentioned earlier, the game will be playable at Gamescom next month.

Despite What Play Asia Said The Nintendo 3DS NFC Writer Isn’t Region Locked

You may have read earlier that Play Asia were informing customers that the Nintendo 3DS NFC Reader/Writer is region locked. Well, it would appear as though the company was wrong. Twitter user Chelsea has shown the device working with her standard Nintendo 3DS XL which is from the United States.

Thanks, MasterPikachu6, Rubberyen and Alex F

Nintendo Will Apparently Offer ‘Loot Crate’ Subscription Rival

The Nintendo UK Store will soon offer a special subscription service to rival Loot Crate. The box will be named the ’N-Box’ and will feature Nintendo themed toys, clothes and other accessories. You can either purchase the ‘N-Box’ separately or subscribe to a three, six, or 12-month plan. The news was reported by MCV who are generally a good source when it comes down to rumours. The Nintendo UK Store was contacted by the publication, but they wouldn’t comment on the rumour.

Thanks, Kevin