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.
Nintendo Europe has shown off the final box-art design for Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on the Wii U. Japanese gamers will have to be content with this unusual yellow coloured box-art, but then again, they get the game way before Europe. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker was recently delayed in Europe until January 9th.
Capcom has shared the official box-art for the eagerly anticipated Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate on the Nintendo 3DS. We’ve still got a while to wait for the game to come to Europe and the United States, but it’s still coming sometime early next year.
Best Buy has revealed the North American box-art for Level 5’s immensely popular Fantasy Life for the Nintendo 3DS. We found out during Nintendo’s E3 Digital Conference that the game will be heading to the United States sometime in October. You can watch a trailer for the game, right here.
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Nintendo of America has posted the official box-art for Tecmo Koei and Nintendo’s Hyrule Warriors for Wii U. What’s interesting about the box-art is that it shows off a new character that has yet to be announced. There’s no clue as to who she might be, but I’m sure we will find out in due time. Hyrule Warriors launches in September.
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Nintendo has uploaded the box-art for Code Name: S.T.E.A.M which was announced by the company last night. Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. is a new take on strategy games inspired by third-person shooters. Like the Fire Emblem and Advance Wars games before it, Code Name S.T.E.A.M. tasks players with planning out strategic moves using a team of soldiers to do battle with enemy forces. But this game throws a wrench into many of the conventions familiar to the genre. The game is due to be released sometime in 2015 and we should get some video footage of the game later today.
Nintendo has unveiled the North American box art for Kirby: Triple Deluxe. The artwork displays an angry Kirby as he tries to inhale everything in his way. Kirby can swallow certain objects to temporarily gain new powers, granting him with different abilities to defeat baddies and overcome obstacles. Thanks to his expandable mouth, the versatile creature can even inhale things that are significantly larger than himself. Kirby: Triple Deluxe is scheduled to launch May 2nd for Nintendo 3DS.