New Nintendo Minute Takes A Look At Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition

Good news for fans of Nintendo Minute because we’ve got an extra video this week! Stepping aside from AMAZE-INK MAY, which will continue this Friday, Kit and Krysta sat down to take a look at the Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition. The game is out now so if you’re not sure whether to buy it, see if you like what you see in the video! What do you think of the look of Puzzle & Dragons?

Fire Emblem If Mixes Up Their Weapon Triangle System

Fire Emblem games have always used the same “weapon triangle” system, the standard: swords beat axes, axes beat lances, lances beat swords. Well, looks like Fire Emblem If is going to be changing things up a bit. The weapons and their strength will remain the same, but they’re throwing some extra weapons in there too, so it becomes: swords and magic beat axes and bows, which beat lances and hidden weapons, which beat swords and magic. We already know Fire Emblem If won’t have limited weapon usage, but stronger weapons will have demerits of lowered abilities for the unit. Here are some examples:

  • Bronze Sword: can’t use special attacks (critical hits) but adds +10 to evasion from special attacks.
  • Iron Sword: no lowered abilities.
  • Steel Sword: evasion –5, follow-up attack chance –3.
  • Silver Sword: critical evasion –5, power and skill goes down by –2 for the next turn.
  • Brave Sword: attacks twice, but –4 on defense and magic defense.

Here are some of the characters you’ll meet:

  • Felicia: Maid (CV: Nozomi Sasaki)
  • Joker: Butler (CV: Junichi Suwabe)
  • Gunther: Great Butler (CV: Rokuro Naya)
  • Suzukaze: Ninja (CV: Daisuke Ono)
  • Saizou: Ninja (CV: Tarusuke Shingaki)
  • Kagerou: Ninja (CV: Rie Murakawa)

Take A Look At Some Code Name S.T.E.A.M Nintendo 3DS Theme Footage

Code Name S.T.E.AM is coming out this Friday in Europe along with its Nintendo 3DS Home Menu Theme, which you can check out in the video above. The theme is now available for purchase in the Theme Shop, but if you preordered the game then you can get the theme for free. If you’re thinking about maybe buying the game but aren’t sure then check out a review to help you decide!

Take A Look At Some More Project X Zone 2 Screenshots

There’s been quite a bit of Project X Zone 2 info this week, with the first batch of screenshots and new characters announced, and now there’s even more screenshots for you to feast your eyes on! Check out the gallery below and see what you think of the upcoming Nintendo 3DS game, due to release in America in the Fall.

Take A Look At These New Project X Zone 2 Screenshots

After some new characters were announced for Project X Zone 2 recently, they’ve now released some screenshots of the game of different characters and areas, which you can see in the gallery below. Project X Zone 2– known as Project X Zone 2: Brave New World in Japan– is a cross-over strategy game for the Nintendo 3DS, which features pairs of characters from different gaming companies like its publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment, Capcom and Sega. What do you think of the screenshots?

Stretchmo, The Newest Game In Pushmo Series, Now Available On Nintendo 3DS

Starting today – more specifically, right now! – Stretchmo, a customizable new 3D puzzle game in the Pushmoseries, is available to download exclusively in the Nintendo eShop on the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. For the first time in the well-received series, the first seven starter puzzles of the Stretchmo game are free. After trying the fun levels out for no charge, players can then choose to purchase passes for the game’s main attractions individually or as one of multiple bundles. The attractions and respective prices are as follows:

  • Mallo’s Playtime Plaza ($4.99): 100 progressively challenging levels that introduce the basics of the game.
  • Poppy’s Sculpture Square ($2.99): 50 puzzle levels shaped like animals and objects.
  • Corin’s Fortress of Fun ($2.99): 50 levels featuring new gizmo obstacles and enemies.
  • Papa Blox’s NES Expo ($2.99): A treat for retro fans that features 50 levels based on classic NES characters.

The following attraction pack bundles are also available:

  • Bundle featuring all four attractions ($9.99).
  • Bundle containing “Poppy’s Sculpture Square,” “Corin’s Fortress of Fun” and “Papa Blox’s NES Expo” after “Mallo’s Playtime Plaza” has already been purchased ($6.99).
  • Bundle of the remaining three attractions after purchasing either “Poppy’s Sculpture Square,” “Corin’s Fortress of Fun” or “Papa Blox’s NES Expo” ($8.99).

In addition to pushing and pulling colorful blocks, the active verb inStretchmo is right there in the game’s name: stretching. Players make their way through multiple puzzling levels by moving around blocks to reach the goal – even stretching certain blocks to extend them from every side. Players can even stretch the limits of their own imaginations and create levels in Stretchmo Studio, save them and share via a QR Code with friends and family members who also own the game! Stretchmo Studio is unlocked by purchasing any attraction pass. Additionally, different features are unlocked as players complete more levels throughout the attractions.

Stretchmo is now available exclusively in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS. For more information about the game, visit

Take A Look At The New Gameplay Trailer For LEGO Jurassic World

The latest LEGO game, Jurassic World, was confirmed for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS in March, and now we have a brand new gameplay trailer to feast our eyes on. An awesome little twist is that you get to play as the dinosaurs! Don’t forget Jurassic World also features in the upcoming LEGO Dimensions game. Check out the gameplay trailer above and see what you think. LEGO Jurassic World is being released on June 17th, so not that long to wait if you fancy it.