Mega Man Legacy Collection Coming To Nintendo 3DS Early 2016

Capcom has confirmed during Gamescom that it will be releasing the Nintendo 3DS version of Mega Man Legacy Collection in early 2016. The remastered games will be available digitally on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on August 25th in North America and Europe. The collection was originally intended to be digital only, but the company says that after receiving a strong reception they will be releasing a physical edition for the aforementioned platforms in 2016.

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Dragon Quest VIII Is One Of The Largest Nintendo 3DS Games

Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King is now available for pre-loading if you are fortune enough to own a Japanese Nintendo 3DS. Square Enix revealed that the file size of the game is 3.6GB which makes it one of the biggest titles on the Nintendo 3DS. The game is due for release on August 27th in Japan, but we are still waiting to hear whether this is going to be localised for the western market. If you reside in Japan you can purchase the game as a download card which is available at a number of locations including 7-Eleven, Lawson and Circle K Sunkus. Here’s a look at the download card as well as the Dragon Quest X-themed WebMoney Gift Card

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GameStop Opens Pre-orders For Nintendo 3DS NFC Reader

GameStop has announced that it is now taking pre-orders for the Nintendo 3DS NFC Reader/Writer. If you don’t own a New Nintendo 3DS, but want a Nintendo 3DS NFC Reader to scan your amiibo figures into your Nintendo 3DS, then you will want to pre-order the Nintendo 3DS NFC Reader. It will need to be used if you want to scan in amiibo or amiibo cards into the forthcoming Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer. You can pre-order it, right here.

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Here’s A Look At Some Of The Monster Hunter X Weaponry

Capcom has given us a glimpse of how some of the brutal weapons work in the forthcoming Monster Hunter X for the Nintendo 3DS. The first couple of videos produced by the company showcase the Sword and the Shield along with the fast and frantic Dual Blades. Also, if you missed it, Capcom will be releasing a special edition Monster Hunter X themed New Nintendo 3DS XL console. Monster Hunter X comes out exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS in Japan on November 28th.

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Best Buy: Buy One Nintendo 3DS Game, Get One 50% Off

If you are in the market for some new Nintendo 3DS games then you are in luck. US retailer Best Buy currently has a fantastic offer on. The retail outlet currently has a buy one Nintendo 3DS game and get another for 50% off promotion running at the moment. There’s plenty of great titles to pick up too including Super Smash Bros, Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, Fantasy Life, Xenoblade Chronicles 3D for New Nintendo 3DS and a few more. You can check out all the game available in this promotion, here.

Take your fun on the go with great games for your Nintendo 3DS, 3DS XL or the New Nintendo 3DS XL. When you buy one select Nintendo 3DS game, you’ll get a second at 50% off. Plus, Gamers Club Unlocked members get an additional 20% off.

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One Of Japan’s Biggest Franchises Monster Strike Is Coming To Nintendo 3DS

Monster Strike has been immensely popular on mobile platforms in Japan and it is now coming to the Nintendo 3DS. The in demand franchise Monster Strike will also be getting its very own anime series. The latest edition of Famitsu reveals that the game will have luscious full 3D fields to explore. The actual characters and story in the game will be based upon the anime which is scheduled to air in October on YouTube. The game will be released sometime this year.

Despite What Play Asia Said The Nintendo 3DS NFC Writer Isn’t Region Locked

You may have read earlier that Play Asia were informing customers that the Nintendo 3DS NFC Reader/Writer is region locked. Well, it would appear as though the company was wrong. Twitter user Chelsea has shown the device working with her standard Nintendo 3DS XL which is from the United States.

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