Good news for those awaiting The Legend of Legacy as Atlus has today confirmed that there’s a playable demo waiting for you on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. The demo is only available for those of you in North America where the game is due to launch on October 13th, which isn’t too far away. The Legend of Legacy won’t be coming to Europe until January 22nd.
The ever reliable NintenDaan has downloaded the Picross 3D 2 demo which is now available to download on the Japanese Nintendo 3DS eShop. The full game is set to be available on October 1st but if you’re interested in a little taster of what to expect from the 3D puzzle title then be sure to take a glance at the video, below.
Those of you who are excited for the forthcoming Legend of Legacy on Nintendo 3DS will be pleased to learn that there will be a playable demo arriving on the eShop on September 22nd. That’s three weeks before the game releases. As with most demos on the Nintendo 3DS, the Legend of Legacy demo will be good for 30 plays and it covers the prologue and the first two dungeons. You will also be pleased to learn that your progress can be transferred over to the full release.
If you are looking for something to play on your Nintendo 3DS today and you are in North America then you may want to check out the eShop. There’s currently a Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX demo that you can play 30 times. There’s two songs available which are “Senbonzakura” and “LOL – Lots of Laugh –”. If you are unfamiliar with the title then you may want to check out this video. Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX will launch in North America on September 8th.
Today, Ubisoft announced a free Just Dance 2016 demo on new-gen consoles for players using the Just Dance Controller App. The one song demo is “Blame” by Calvin Harris Ft. John Newman and is now available to download on Nintendo’s Wii U system, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system. The latest installment in the best-selling music game franchise will launch on October 23 in the UK.
The free Just Dance Controller App, now available for Apple and Android devices and soon to also be available for Windows Phone devices, enables players on new-gen consoles to play Just Dance 2016 without any peripherals or console cameras. The app transforms the player’s smartphone into a game controller that tracks the accuracy of their moves and allows them to navigate intuitively through the game’s menus. To play the demo using the Just Dance Controller App on smartphones, players can simply follow the steps below. On Xbox One, players also have the option to access the demo using Kinect for Xbox One.
- Download the Just Dance Controller app to your Apple or Android smartphone.
- Download the Just Dance 2016 demo to your Wii U, PlayStation4 or Xbox One.
- Connect your smartphone to the same wi-fi network as the console.
- Select the song and dance holding the phone in your right hand!
With more than 40 new tracks, ranging from Billboard hits to classic throwback favourites, from artists like Mark Ronson Ft. Bruno Mars, Jason Derulo, Meghan Trainor, Calvin Harris Ft. John Newman and Lady Gaga, everyone in the entire family will have a favourite track to dance to in Just Dance 2016.
Source: Ubisoft PR
If you missed the first Splatoon Global Testfire then have no fear! There are still a couple more for you to play, but also Nintendo Treehouse got you covered with a video of them playing the first Global Testfire along with you guys, as part of the Squid Research Lab team. If you can’t make any of the slots then take a look at some actual gameplay of the highly anticipated Splatoon game, and judging from people’s reactions, it’s pretty awesome. What do you think to the Splatoon Global Testfire? We only have to wait until it releases at the end of the month on May 28th/29th to play it fully!
The Splatoon beta/demo is available now to download from the Wii U eShop. We’ve found out that the full version will be available for pre-purchase and will set American consumers back $59.99. This could of course change as we get nearer to release. Those who have downloaded the demo have noticed that the game will include some sort of product placement and advertising. Guess we shall have to wait and find out exactly how this is going to work.