Mr Miyamoto recently took part in an interview on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS social network, Miiverse. During the interview Miyamoto announced that there’s a Pikmin theme coming soon to the Nintendo 3DS theme shop. The charming new theme will be made available for users sometime next week.
Thank you too! Oh, one last thing. If you want more Pikmin in your life, we’ve created a Pikmin theme for the Nintendo 3DS system! It’ll be available from next week in the Theme Shop. We’ll let you know as soon as it’s ready.
Wondering what the first 90 minutes of the soon to be released Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth is like? Well we’ve got video footage showcasing the beginning of the dungeon crawler. The game has performed well under review with an average Metascore of 86.
WaiS Co.LTD and The Location Inc, have teamed up to create a chat application for Nintendo 3DS owners. The chat app which is named Chat-A-Lot will be coming to North America on November 20th and will retail on the Nintendo 3DS eShop for $7.99. The application is a text and voice app that allows you to chat to your friends who are on your Nintendo 3DS friend list. Teyon has promised that it will be coming to Europe very soon.
The update for Super Smash Bros on the Nintendo 3DS is now live and available to download from the Nintendo 3DS eShop. We’re not entirely sure what’s has changed but according to the release logs adjustments have been made to help balance the game a little more. Nintendo says other adjustment have been made to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.
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European Nintendo 3DS owners can rejoice as the spectacular Super Smash Bros themes that recently launched in Japan are now available for purchase. You should have a notification saying that they’re ready to purchase for £1.79 / €1.99 each via the Nintendo 3DS Theme Shop. You can check some of them out in the videos above and below. Oh, and there’s also some Nintendogs + Cats themes to check out as well.
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There’s currently a demo for Final Fantasy Explorers, but as you can tell it’s only for Japanese consumers. The video, which you can view above, shows off the character customisation aspect when you initially begin the demo and thankfully there’s some meaty gameplay footage to keep you entertained. We are still waiting for Square Enix to announce a western release.
Didn’t spot the differences in the recently released trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3DS compared to the original Nintendo 64 version? Well NWR has kindly produced a video which showcases the visual changes between the two versions. We also found out yesterday that Majora’s Mask 3D will also take full advantage of the New Nintendo 3DS, but we’ve yet to find out what additional functionality there will be on the newer hardware.