The official Splatoon Twitter account has showcased yet another in-game store for the upcoming Wii U game. The new clothing store will join the weapon and headgear stores unveiled last week to compete for your hard-earned battle money and, of course, will be owned by another peculiar-looking store clerk. According to translations, the clothing store named “Sas au Bon” will have a range of unisex t-shirts and tops with specific perks attached to pump up your characters fighting skills.
If you were hoping to purchase a full outfit, though, you’ll be hopelessly searching as store clerk Echizon refuses to stock bottom halves. Presumably it’s because he can’t wear them as a blue jellyfish – his tentacles need the room. Echizon’s unique speech pattern can make him difficult to understand, yet despite this he’s still a forward-thinker and fashion guru in the field. You can check out his cool style in the artwork below.
Nintendo of Europe has offered a whole host of 3DS home menu themes over the past few months – and adding to the ever-growing list are two more NES backgrounds. NES Fire Mario and NES Balloon Fighter will be available from Friday, January 30, at the regular €1.99 / £1.79 in the Nintendo eShop and theme store. Both backgrounds join last week’s three NES themes including, Donkey Kong, Ice Climbers and Kid Icarus’ Pit. You can take a look at the new themes in the image above.
Be sure to be quick about it as Wario and Charizard are both available on the official Nintendo UK store for pre-order. As you already know, these Amiibo have been selling like hot cakes so if you want to secure them then you’ll need to get a pre-order in.
Club Nintendo Europe and Australia have just added the beautiful soundtrack from The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds to the stars catalogue. For 3000 stars in Europe and 2000 stars in Australia and New Zealand, members can purchase the original soundtrack to the popular 3DS game which features 89 tracks on two discs, along with 16 Milk Bar musician pieces.
But in case you fancy learning some of the wonderful tracks on the double-disc, 12 score excerpts written in liner notes from the game’s composer Ryo Nagamatsu are also included in the soundtrack’s insert. Make sure you take a look at the soundtrack on Club Nintendo’s website, here, or peruse the images in our gallery below.
Given Club Nintendo’s closure later this year, both Nintendo of Europe and Nintendo of America will be providing fans with a variety of physical products to spend their hard-earned stars or coins on in the following months. Let us know if you’ll be purchasing The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds original soundtrack with your stars in the comment section beneath.
Update: It appears the bundle has sold out once again.
The official Nintendo UK store has made available the New Nintendo 3DS XL Zelda Majora’s Mask 3D special edition once again on its website. For those avid Legend of Zelda fans who were unlucky the first time around, the luxurious golden New Nintendo 3DS XL – featuring Majora’s Mask on the front cover – can now be pre-ordered.
Along with a free charger, the console also comes with an exclusive Skull Kid figurine, as well as a pre-installed copy of Majora’s Mask 3D for £209.99. You can pop in your pre-order quickly by visiting the UK store’s website, here. Please remember that the Nintendo UK store only ships its physical products to residents in the UK.
This week’s UK individual charts are now in courtesy of GFK Chart-Track and sales tracker UKIE. Grand Theft Auto V remains the best-selling game in the region as it refuses to move from its string of consecutive weeks at number one. Swinging – or dancing – in roundabouts as the top Wii title is Just Dance 2015 further down the chart at 24, while Super Smash Bros for Wii U slips down just one place from last week’s 27 to 28. And Mario Kart 8 brings up the rear at 37 after its top 20 position the previous week.
In 3DS territory, Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire are the best of friends once again and stick together at the bottom of the chart at 38 and 39, respectively. For a full rundown of the individual top 40, just check out the list below. You can also view the all-formats chart, here.
1. (01) [PS4] Grand Theft Auto V
2. (03) [XBO] Grand Theft Auto V
3. (02) [PS4] Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
4. (04) [PS4] FIFA 15
5. (NE) [PS4] Saints Row IV Re-Elected/Gat Out Of Hell
6. (05) [XBO] Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
7. (RE)  Call of Duty: Ghosts
8. (NE) [XBO] Saints Row IV Re-Elected/Gat Out Of Hell
9. (07) [XBO] FIFA 15
10. (08)  Minecraft: Xbox Edition
11. (RE) [PS3] Call of Duty: Ghosts
12. (06) [XBO] Assassin’s Creed: Unity
13. (09)  FIFA 15
14. (13) [PS4] Far Cry 4
15. (10) [PS4] The Crew
16. (16) [PS3] Minecraft: PlayStation Edition
17. (22) [PC] Football Manager 2015
18. (15) [XBO] Minecraft: Xbox Edition
19. (12) [XBO] Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
20. (17) [PS4] Minecraft: PlayStation Edition
21. (18) [XBO] Far Cry 4
22. (21) [PS4] Destiny
23. (NE) [PS4] Rugby 15
24. (19) [WII] Just Dance 2015
25. (NE)  Rugby 15
26. (33)  Terraria
27. (24)  Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
28. (27) [WIIU] Super Smash Bros
29. (14) [PS4] DriveClub
30. (31) [PS4] Dragon Age: Inquisition
31. (RE) [PC] The Sims 4
32. (40)  Grand Theft Auto V
33. (RE) [XBO] Destiny
34. (26) [XBO] Forza Horizon 2
35. (23) [XBO] The Crew
36. (28) [XBO] Halo: The Master Chief Collection
37. (20) [WIIU] Mario Kart 8
38. (38) [3DS] Pokemon Omega Ruby
39. (32) [3DS] Pokemon Alpha Sapphire
40. (36) [PS4] Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor