Atlus has announced that the long-awaited Devil Survivor 2: Break Record is alive and well and is coming to Japan on January 29th, 2015. The company also released a brand new trailer for the 3DS game which you can view in all its glory, above. There’s currently no word regarding when we can expect the game over here in the west.
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NintenDaan has just uploaded ten minutes worth of footage from the original Bayonetta which has been reworked for Wii U and comes bundled with Bayonetta 2. As you can see from the footage you can watch Bayonetta spice things up with the Samus outfit.
IGN reader Jorgejjvr has posted that popular US video game retailer GameStop will be holding a midnight release for the forthcoming Super Smash Bros on the Nintendo 3DS. This hasn’t been officially confirmed by the company, but hopefully we will hear something soon. Super Smash Bros on the Nintendo 3DS will launch on October 3rd, but the midnight release will take place on the 2nd.
This news is from my local gamestop, they told me that they received an email that they will have a midnight release on October 2nd for the game, get hyped!!
Tilmen from Nintendomination has managed to get his hands on a Japanese copy of Bayonetta 2 which has just launched in Japan. There’s a whopping sixty-six minutes worth of fast and frantic footage available so it’s well worth giving it a watch. Bayonetta 2 launches here in the west on October 24th.
Smash-tember continues in the latest Nintendo Minute episode, which focuses on the original Super Smash Bros. Hosts Kit and Krysta are joined by JC Rodrigo from the Nintendo of America Treehouse and Twitch user Scar as they duke it out and engage in team matches in the Nintendo 64 classic. Released in 1999, the first entry in the renowned fighting game series includes 12 playable characters and nine multiplayer stages. It is also available on the Virtual Console service for Wii.
The moment you’ve all been waiting for has arrived as the Super Smash Bros playable demo is now available on the US Nintendo 3DS eShop. The demo went live in Europe a few hours ago. You can grab it now free of charge from the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Enjoy.
Online gaming publication IGN had the opportunity to play Bravely Second at this week’s Tokyo Game Show and came away with glowing impressions. The site says that Bravely Second is one of the best-looking video games currently on the Nintendo 3DS. It’s not just the sumptuous visuals that the publication was impressed with, but it’s also the level of detail and the art direction. Here’s what Brian Altano had to say.
“Bravely Second might be the Nintendo 3DS’ most beautiful game. With the 3D slider up, the town environments pop like beautiful little pop-up books or papercraft sculptures adorned with meticulous dashes of watercolor paint. It made me want to explore every little nook and alleyway of the ornate little village that our demo began in.”
“When it was time to head out to the world at large to battle, a lush forest with winding paths, mossy stumps, fallen trees and hidden treasures awaited us. It was both dreary and whimsical and harkened back to the scene in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past where our hero first finds his master sword.”
“The art direction at play here is absolutely wonderful, and once the random field battles start popping up, that sentiment is echoed in the character and enemy design as well. We’ve only experienced a tiny sliver of what the main game will offer so far, but everything we’ve seen is gorgeous.”