Here’s A Good Look At Amiibo Unlockables In Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy For Nintendo 3DS

Interested to see how Amiibo work in the forthcoming Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy on the New Nintendo 3DS? Well YouTuber Nintendaan has provided an extensive overview of how they all work and the additional functionality they bring. Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy Plus launches today in Japan, so take this as a first look.

Shin Megami Tensei IV On Sale In Europe £11.69 Until January 29th

Want to land yourself a fanatic JRPG for a cheap price? Well look no further than Shin Megami Tensei IV which is on sale on the European Nintendo 3DS eShop. You can grab the critically acclaimed role-playing title for just £11.69. The game is only on sale until January 29th, so you haven’t got too much time to decide.

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Nikki From Swapnote Will Get Her Own Game In Japan

We all know Nikki from Swapnote and now she’s getting her very own game to star in, in Japan. Nikki’s new game is titled Nikki’s Travel Quiz and is a downloadable game from the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Information on the new game is fairly scarce, but it’s coming out soonish. Nikki’s Travel Quiz will set back Japanese gamers a mere 80 points.

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Inazuma Eleven Go Chrono Stones: Wildfire And Inazuma Eleven Go Chrono Stones: Thunderflash Launching 27th March On Nintendo 3DS In Europe

Arion Sherwind and his famous footballing team mates are back in a new adventure, but all is not as it should be at Raimon Junior High. Arion finds himself in a world devoid of football and must unravel its mysterious disappearance and restore its place in the world. Travel through time and create the ultimate eleven to bring football back in Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Wildfire and Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Thunderflash, launching for Nintendo 3DS and 2DS systems, in stores and on Nintendo eShop, on 27th March.

The story kicks off with Arion Sherwind shocked to discover that the legendary football exploits of Raimon Junior High are suddenly unknown. Where mighty football stadiums once stood, now lie baseball fields. Kids who once kicked a ball in the street now instead busy themselves with basketball, gymnastics, music and calligraphy. In a parallel world where football has ceased to exist, Arion must discover what has happened to the ‘beautiful game’, tackle the shadowy intentions of El Dorado – the World’s governing council – and face off against time-bending villains in order to restore football to the world.

Exciting new gameplay innovations make their debut in Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Wildfire and Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Thunderflash. Seen for the first time in an Inazuma series title is the new Miximax feature, where one player can merge their aura with that of another player to become even more powerful. Miximaxing unlocks the potential for countless combinations of player skills and stat-boosts and, when coupled with the new wearable armourfied Fighting Spirits, Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Wildfire and Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Thunderflash offer the most comprehensive team-building possibilities yet seen in the series.

The Fighting Spirit system – where players can summon powerful entities that unleash special moves and greatly increase player stats to aid them during matches – returns and is better than ever, now that players are able to ‘armourfy’ Fighting Spirits. The armourfied Fighting Spirit surrounds the player’s body like a suit of armour and, while armourfied, all of the character’s abilities are greatly improved, and special moves become even more powerful.

The Inazuma series’ hallmark of providing exclusive content unique to each version returns, including different story events, characters, items and in-game cinematics exclusive to each title. As with previous instalments it is again possible for up to four people to play matches together over local wireless and, last but not least, from launch more characters and items will be available for download, enabling players to create an even stronger team.

Featuring a time-travelling storyline and innovative additions to the winning formula of role-playing game and football-based action, Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Wildfire and Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Thunderflash both launch for Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS systems on 27th March.

Nintendo Australia Says Fire Emblem For Nintendo 3DS Is Coming This Year

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This should come as great news for Fire Emblem fans as Nintendo of Australia says that the newly announced title will be coming this year to the Nintendo 3DS. The news was announced in a recent Nintendo of Australia news letter which says Fire Emblem 3DS is coming this year along with previously revealed titles such as Xenoblade Chronicles 3D and Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D.

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Here’s 37 Minutes Worth Of Citizens Of Earth On Nintendo 3DS

Curious to see what Citizens of Earth is like on the Nintendo 3DS? Well Nintendaan has you covered with a 37 minute video showcasing Eden Industries latest RPG. The game see’s you assume the role of the The Vice President of the World and hilarity and mayhem ensue. The game clearly looks like it was inspired by the Mother series, so it’s worth a look.

Cooking Mama: Bon Appétit! And Gardening Mama: Forest Friends Coming To Europe March 6th

Whether helping to whip up a culinary storm in the kitchen, or nurturing a beautiful garden full of flowers, vegetables and fruit for your animal friends, Mama is back and it’s time to get creative in Cooking Mama: Bon Appétit! and Gardening Mama: Forest Friends, with both games releasing for Nintendo 3DS and 2DS systems, in stores and on Nintendo eShop, on 6th March.

Nothing tastes quite like Mama’s home cooking, and in Cooking Mama: Bon Appétit!, it’s down to you – with assistance from Mama – to perfect recipes and unlock new ones to test your culinary skills to the limit. To succeed, utilise the Nintendo 3DS stylus to skilfully craft a recipe, whether an exotic dish or a sweet treat, and acquire gold medals for your performance.

Over 60 recipes feature in the game, and away from the kitchen additional gameplay modes such as ‘Let’s Help Mama!’ and ‘Let’s Help Harvest’ present a wide range of fun minigame challenges to test your skills and reflexes. For those looking to share the cooking fun with friends, the game features Download Play functionality for between two and four players – using just one copy of the game* – to compete against one another in 15 minigames unlocked right from the start. Additionally, for those looking to personalise their setup, exclusive items will be available via SpotPass after the game’s release.

In Gardening Mama: Forest Friends, wield your gardening tools with your Nintendo 3DS stylus and grow more than 50 different plants in the garden of your dreams. Together with Mama, turn an empty piece of land into a garden brimming with fresh and healthy produce, completing fun minigames while planning your garden strategy and delivering your crops to 6 different shops owned by your animal friends.

Expanding your garden by earning rewards such as new varieties of seeds, flower bulbs and trees, you can help your friends grow their businesses by selling specific crops to keep their customers coming back for more. As each of the shops rises in rank, you can earn shopping tickets that can be spent on one of over 100 items to decorate your garden, such as fences, fountains and even pets. So to help your woodland friends and create your perfect garden in the process, make sure to plan ahead when choosing the best crops for success! Exclusive items for your garden will also be made available via SpotPass after launch, so keep an eye out for further fun customisation ideas.