Get excited everyone as the latest Club Nintendo rewards are now up for December in the United States. There’s some good games this month including Kirby’s Dreamland 3 and 1080 Snowboarding on the Wii U and Wii Virtual Console. Which of the eight games will you be downloading this month?
- Metroid – Wii U, 200 coins
- Kirby’s Dream Land 3 – Wii U, 200 coins
- Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters – 3DS, 150 coins
- Bird and Beans – 3DS, 150 coins
- Radar Mission – 3DS, 150 coins
- A Kappa’s Trail – 3DS, 200 coins
- Super Mario Kart – Wii, 250 coins
- 1080 Snowboarding – Wii, 250 coins
Defective Amiibo figures are becoming more and more common and now it seems there’s another to add to the list. This Luigi Amiibo figure is missing his left hand and also has no white glove on his right hand. Obviously the figure is now up on auction site eBay in the hopes that it raises plenty of cash.
It looks as though Capcom is working through its franchises as the company has announced a Devil May Cry collaboration for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. Capcom says that now in Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, your Felynes can rock Dante’s jacket and wield the electrifying Alastor. We heard last week that there’s also a Street Fighter 2 collaboration for the game.
Nintendo of Europe has updated the theme menu today and added a free Cat Mario Show background. It arrives before the seven new themes – including Tomodachi Life and the Sonic theme bundle – which are due this Friday, December 19. 3DS users have from now until January 15, 2015, to download the free theme, which sees Mario and Peach puppets parting tips to young gamers. The stylish puppet background can be located in the theme shop from the 3DS menu screen. To check out the latest Cat Mario Show, head on over to the UK Kids Club website, here.
It’s time for some box-art and this time we’ve got the Kirby and the Rainbow Curse North American box-art. The artwork retains the lovely unique clay look of the game which fully utilises the Wii U GamePad. Fans of angry Kirby will be disappointed as this time around the box-art features a happy Kirby figure. Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is heading to the US on February 13th.
Square Enix has added two new gameplay trailers and a TV commercial for its upcoming 3DS game, Final Fantasy Explorers. As it was revealed today and developed by the makers behind such games as Bomberman Land and SaGa 2, Japanese studio Racjin has been keeping busy with the latest Final Fantasy handheld game. Though the action RPG is yet to be announced for western audiences, Japanese 3DS owners have been able to download the demo since it launched on the eShop last month.
If you’re itching to watch the trailers, you can find the Alchemist trailer embedded above, and the thief trailer, here. Aside from adding the new trailers, Square Enix has also uploaded new screenshots and some lovely art to the official website. Final Fantasy Explorers will release December 18 in Japan.
Well the only place you can get a Shulk Amiibo is GameStop in the United States and it would appear as though they’ve already allocated their pre-orders. The Shulk Amiibo now says sold out on the GameStop website. Let’s hope they receive more stock in before release otherwise there’s going to be some unhappy customers.
Thanks, kirbycarr2 and Lokistarwind