Check Out The First 90 Minutes Of Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker released today in North America for the Nintendo 3DS, and you can check out the first 90 minutes of the game in the video above. Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker is an exclusive Nintendo 3DS enhanced version of the Nintendo DS title Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2, a sequel to the original Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor. Not only is it an enhanced version, but includes a brand new full-length story (the Triangulum Arc) after the original game’s ending (the Septentrione Arc.)

These games are tactical RPGs developed by Atlus– makers of Persona– and follows the story of Japanese high school students who join a pact and are able to summon demons to fight off creatures invading the whole of Japan. You play as a silent, young character whose thoughts and actions you decide through the game and affect the outcome of the plot. This enhanced Nintendo 3DS version expands upon the game by adding the Triangulum Arc set just after the original. It releases in Europe sometime in Autumn this year. Will you be getting yourself this game?

Check Out Eurogamer’s List Of The Top Nintendo 3DS Games

Eurogamer have compiled a list of what they consider to be the best Nintendo 3DS games you can find. They’ve listed 17 games in alphabetical order. There are some obvious ones in there like The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Luigi’s Mansion 2 and Super Smash Bros, but maybe some surprises too. So take a look at the list, and see if you agree with it! What would be at the top of your ‘best Nintendo 3DS games’ list?

  1. Animal Crossing: New Leaf
  2. Bravely Default
  3. Fallblox
  4. Fire Emblem: Awakening
  5. Kid Icarus: Uprising
  6. The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
  7. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
  8. Luigi’s Mansion 2
  9. Mario Golf: World Tour
  10. Mario Kart 7
  11. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
  12. OutRun 3D
  13. Pilotwings Resort
  14. Pokemon X & Y
  15. Professor Layton vs. Pheonix Wright: Ace Attorney
  16. Super Mario 3D Land
  17. Super Smash Bros. for 3DS

Attack On Titan: Humanity In Chains American Release Date Revealed

After the much loved Attack on Titan manga and anime series, the game was released in Japan and is now coming to North America. You can find Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains in the Nintendo 3DS eShop on May 12th. Also, anyone who buys the game will receive a free Attack on Titan Nintendo 3DS Home theme! Unfortunately, Europe still has a delay and an unknown release date as they bumped into some copyright issues, so the game will be known as the Japanese title of ‘Shingeki no Kyojin: Humanity in Chains’ there. You can see some characters that will feature in the game in the video above, and check out the first 45 minute of gameplay to see if you fancy it. Will you be saving the date and buying this game?

Check Out The May DLC Trailer For Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

Every month, new and completely free DLC for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate on Nintendo 3DS is being released. Now you can take a look at what the monthly DLC for May has to offer! Including Mega Man, Street Fighter, Metroid gear and many more, which you earn by hunting certain monsters. Watch the video to find out which monsters you need to hunt to get which gear. There are also new Challenge Quests to play through. I wonder what will next month’s DLC give to us?

Here’s The Colourful Mighty No.9 Box Arts


Comcept have provided us all with a glimpse of the final Mighty No.9 box arts for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. We heard earlier from the company who stated that the action packed 2D shooter is due for release digitally and physically on September 15th and in Europe on September 18th. We will have to wait a little while longer for the Nintendo 3DS version, but it is coming.

mighty_no_9_box_art_3dsThanks, paidenthusiast


Dementium: The Ward Could Have Been A Silent Hill DS Game

Dementium: The Ward is a first-person shooter survival horror game, released on the Nintendo DS in 2007 by Gamecock Media Group and developed by Renegade Kid. However, before they took it to Gamecock, they pitched the idea of a Silent Hill DS game to Konami, as a licensed horror. The pitch didn’t go very well though, Watsham said: “They were kind enough to meet with us, but the meeting only lasted a few minutes and ended with their [representative] saying they wouldn’t let a team like us handle the Silent Hill license.”

They weren’t put off though, and a few years later Renegade Kid approached Konami again with the idea of a Silent Hill DS game, armed with screenshots of a third-person game you can see below. Konami once again said no, saying: “They simply didn’t want to venture into the DS space with a horror title at that time.” Konami have recently cancelled their latest Silent Hills project after Guillermo del Toro left the production. It seems they may have missed a trick refusing a Silent Hill DS game. In the mean time, Renegade Kid are re-releasing Dementium: The Ward as a remastered version for the 3DS. Do you think there should be a Silent Hill title for the 3DS, or would horror simply not work for it?


New Super Smash Bros Update Fixes Mewtwo Bugs

If you played with Mewtwo after the launch of the character in Super Smash Bros last week, you may have noticed some glitches and bugs playing with the character online, and on various other modes. Nintendo Japan said they were working to fix the the problem and now they have! The new update 1.0.7 went live today and fixes all the bugs, allowing you to play with Mewtwo safely without any problems, for both 3DS and Wii U. The 3DS update is 1700 blocks, and the Wii U update will take up 21MB of space.