Retailers have apparently begun handing out the Code Name STEAM cards. The cards are apparently being given out at various GameStop stores and contain a special demo code for the game on the back. Presumably the demo code is for the same demo that’s currently available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Next time you’re at your local store you may want to see if you can pick one up.
Haven’t got round to downloading the Code Name STEAM demo that’s currently available on the European and North American eShop? Well thankfully NintenDaan has captured roughly 30 minutes of what you can expect from the recently released demo. As I mentioned before the demo is 1871 blocks. If you’ve got a chance then I’d certainly recommend giving it a good play through before the game launches in the United States in March.
Those who are looking forward to the upcoming Code Name STEAM will be pleased today as a playable demo is currently available on the European Nintendo 3DS eShop. The demo is 1871 blocks. It seems rather early for a demo, but I’m certainly not complaining. Code Name STEAM will be arriving in Europe on May 15th, so you’ve got a while to wait.
As you may already know a select few have been given access to the Code Name STEAM demo and have given their impressions. One of the first sites on the scene is Destructoid who have nothing but glowing praise for the game developed by the acclaimed team over at Intelligent Systems. Here’s what they had to say.
When the demo was over, I was left wanting more. Intelligent Systems has nailed the fusion of an RTS with the action and excitement of a third-person shooter. The controls are silky smooth, and the animation and character designs are spectacular. Playing as some of the most well-known figures in American history is just the icing on top of this steam-filled cake
I’m not sure about you, but I’m itching to try out Code Name: STEAM on the Nintendo 3DS. Thankfully it seems as though there’s going to be a playable demo for a select few. The codes are apparently being distributed by GameStop via some snazzy cards to certain customers. If you’ve managed to snag one then you’ll know that you can’t download the demo just yet, but hopefully you’ll be able to redeem it sometime soon.
Want to try out Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate before it launches on the Nintendo 3DS on February 13th? Well you’re in luck as Nintendo has begun sending out demo codes for you to download. Be sure to check your emails to see if Nintendo has sent you and your friends a code. There’s three spare codes in the email.
Square Enix has unveiled a new Bravely Second demo will be hitting the Japanese eShop next week. Due to arrive on December 10, the demo will be an original standalone story and feature The Three Musketeers as introduced in the Tokyo Game Show trailer earlier this year. As was the case with the Bravely Default demo, which hit the western 3DS eShop last year, those who download the special episode will be able to carry over some items into the final game. Music from Supercell’s Ryo will also feature briefly in the demo, along with some voiced characters.
Square Enix has yet to announce whether the game will hop on over to the west, but with how well Bravely Default was received we can only hope we receive confirmation of a date soon. Bravely Second will release for Japan this winter.