If you are a fan of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate then you will be pleased to learn that the final DLC pack is now available absolutely free courtesy of Capcom. You will get additional arena quests which feature the formidable foe, Deviljho. There is also the ability to craft the super powerful GX armour. If you are new to the series, or have just picked the game up, you can download all the prior downloadable content for free too. If this piques your interest then be sure to check out the trailer above for all the juicy details.
Great news for owners of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call as two of the downloadable tracks this week will be free. The two tracks are only free for a limited period of time so be sure to grab them while you can. Starting from March 19th you’ll be able to get Live A Live’s Bird in the Sky, Fish in the River and NieR’s Shadowlord for free. There’s also a few other ones that you can purchase. Here’s what’s available from March 19th.
- Final Fantasy X-2 – Real Emotion
- Final Fantasy Legend II – Struggle to the Death
- NieR – Shadowlord (Free)
- Chrono Trigger – Boss Battle 2
- Romancing SaGa 3 – Devil Lord Confrontation II
- Seiken Densetsu 3 – Meridian Child
- Chrono Trigger – Corridors of Time
- Live A Live – Birds in the Sky, Fish in the River (Free)
Great news for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate fans and prospective Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate buyers as Capcom has announced that the first batch of downloadable content will be absolutely free. Yes, you read that correctly. It’s absolutely free. The first batch of downloadable content will be coming on March 6th and will be distributed on Fridays. Here’s what you can get.
- First round of DLC due out March 6th
- DLC will be distributed on Fridays
- First round includes Link items (armor set, sword and shield, and bow/arrow)
- First round also includes the episode quest, Clockwork Contraption
- First round also includes the Emperor’s Speech weapons and an equipment set based on a collaboration with Universal Studios Japan
- All content will be free
Twitter user RCMADIAX has tweeted that Halloween inspired drawings are now available for free in Pokemon Art Academy. That’s right, they will cost you absolutely nothing to download. If you own Pokemon Art Academy then be sure to give them a try.
You will be able to get your hands on the free Mutant Mudd Deluxe update on July 3rd in Europe and North America. The update provides gamers with a number of additional features including twenty new ghost levels, mid-level checkpoints, four hidden characters, plus some awesome new chiptune music tracks.
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition is now back on the US Nintendo 3DS eShop and is available to download for free until February 2nd. There’s currently no word from Nintendo as to whether the offer will become available for European 3DS owners.
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Nintendo fans worldwide have amassed a mountain of more than 300 billion gold coins in New Super Mario Bros. 2 for the Nintendo 3DS system, and the tally continues to climb. To reward players for hitting this massive milestone, Nintendo is offering a free pack of Coin Rush courses that game owners can download wirelessly within the game at no extra charge.
The free Gold Classics Pack was inspired by games like Super Mario Bros. and Super Mario Bros. 3, and includes three new courses that can be played in Coin Rush mode. Players can test their skills, then share and challenge other players’ records through the StreetPass feature. The Gold Classics Pack is now available and will be free for a limited time to New Super Mario Bros. 2 owners. Starting Feb. 1, 2013, the pack will be available to purchase for $2.50 in the United States. A variety of other downloadable Coin Rush course packs are available for purchase through the New Super Mario Bros. 2 game.
“Nintendo fans have once again demonstrated their passion for the Super Mario Bros. franchise. The Gold Classics Pack is just one small way for us to thank players for their dedication. We’re all eager to see just how high that coin tally can get.”
– Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing.