Nintendo UK has uploaded two new trailers for Fantasy Life for the 3DS and 2DS. The first trailer, which you can see above, shows us how to create your hero and swap between 12 different lives, varying job roles and how you’ll battle enemies in the field. The second half-a-minute trailer – which you can see here – details different parts of Reveria with crafting and gathering in quests. Fantasy Life releases for the Nintendo 3DS in Europe on September 26, while North America must wait until October 24 for the RPG.
Nintendo UK has uploaded a brand new trailer showcasing all games coming to the Wii U system between 2014 and 2015. With the hashtag #thetimeisnow, the seven-minute trailer begins with the world of Hyrule in the Zelda and Dynasty Warriors spin-off, Hyrule Warriors, then into the numerous games of the Mushroom Kingdom with Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and Mario Maker, finishing off with a clip of Xenoblade Chronicles X to come full circle and back to Hyrule with Zelda Wii U.
With the hashtag in place, Nintendo UK and Europe are eager to spread the word that many gamers should be considering a Wii U purchase with a grand choice of exclusive games. From the games shown, which ones are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below.
Popular streaming site Game Trailers have published their take on the best controllers of all-time. Unsurprisingly there’s quite a few Nintendo controllers contained within the top ten list. It’s a battle for first place between the SNES controller and Sony’s recent DualShock 4, but the Sony controller takes the number one position. Here’s the top ten video game controllers:
10. Wii U GamePad
9. Wii U Pro Controller
8. Nintendo Gamecube Controller
7. Nintendo 64 Controller
6. NES Controller
5. Wii Remote Plus
4. Dualshock 2
3. Xbox 360 Controller
2. Super Nintendo Controller
1. Dualshock 4
Game Trailers have posted their ten most anticipated video games of 2014. There’s two Wii U games in the list, which are Monolith Soft’s highly anticipated X and Nintendo’s long-awaited Super Smash Bros. What do you think to their top ten most anticipated games of 2014?
9. inFAMOUS: Second Son
8. The Order: 1886
7. The Witness
6. The Evil Within
4. Super Smash Bros. For WiiU
2. Dark Souls II
1. The Witcher 3
Hometown Story’s newest trailer has just been published by Natsume USA – and, as expected, it’s as cute as a button. From the creator of the Harvest Moon series Yasuhiro Wada, comes an endearing title that focusses on the day-to-day running of a shop you inherited from your late Grandmother, back in the town you grew up in. Guided by your handy magical sprite Pochica, you’ll be able to build the business back to a fruitful state, making friends with villagers and vendors along the way. Hometown Story is due for release on the Nintendo 3DS in North America on October 22 and in Europe early 2014.
This year’s annual Indiecade Festival played host to a large squadron of independently-developed Wii U and 3DS titles soon to arrive in Nintendo eShops. From October 3rd to the 6th, visitors to the Culver City, California event got hands-on experience with many of the latest and most exciting indie games for Nintendo hardware. Spin the Bottle: Bumpie’s Party for Wii U even won the festival’s prestigious Technology Award.
Nintendo has been making several moves to boost its support of independent games, and the company’s presence at Indiecade was no exception. Here is a roundup of trailers for the indie titles Nintendo fans can expect to see gracing the eShops of Wii U and 3DS in the near future:
Nintendo Wii U Trailers
- Knytt Underground
- Wooden Sen’SeY
- Spin the Bottle: Bumpie’s Party
- Pier Solar and the Great Architects
- 1001 Spikes
- Scram Kitty and His Buddy On Rails
- Shovel Knight
Nintendo 3DS Trailers
- Jet Rocket 2: The Wrath of Taikai
- Shantae And The Pirate’s Curse
- Retro City Rampage
- Siesta Fiesta
While Xbox 360 owners can grab Assassin’s Creed Redemption downloadable content from today, and PlayStation 3 and PC owners from tomorrow, Wii U fans will not be getting their hands on it until next month. Ubisoft announced via press release that players waiting on the third and final installment of Assassin’s Creed 3: Tyranny of King Washington, will have to be a little more patient for the release, scheduled for May 16. But for now, check out the trailer above to stave off your appetite for the stealth game.