We’ve finally got a release date for the North American version of Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker on the Nintendo 3DS. Atlus says that the game is coming to North America on May 5th and to celebrate they’ve released the new trailer which you can watch above. It’s not really early 2015, but at least we’ve finally got a date.
Dragon Ball Z fans should rejoice as news has come from Jump Magazine that there’s a new 2D fighting game based on the franchise coming to Japan. The new game is titled Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden and will be arriving this summer. You’ll be able to play through a range of over 100 fighters. These will be available in both one-on-one and team battles.
Players can employ “Ultimate Arts” finishing moves, and the game will feature unique layouts and stages. With “Z Assist,” Bulma and Chichi (among other characters) will provide support to players via Bulma’s inventions from Capsule and Chichi’s fury (which fills the screen with a giant speech balloon of her venting).
Great news for XSEED fans as the company has announced that Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven will be coming to North America this spring. The company also released a brand new trailer which you can view above. If you’re not familiar with the title it’s a strategy RPG and is developed by both Neverland and Marvelous. It was released in Japan back in October. I’m sure this localisation news will come as a pleasant surprise for many of you.
The strategy RPG follows Luchs Eduard, a young man who has inherited the Famille inn from his family. The inn has no guests, so Luchs makes a liking by mining crystals, the primary fuel source in this world. One day he finds a fairy named Charlotte sleeping inside a crystal, and he agrees to help her recover her lost memories.
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IronFall: Invasion launches today and takes full advantage of the New Nintendo 3DS, which also launches today. If you’re currently on the fence about the action packed third person shooter then be sure to watch the video above which showcases the first thirty minutes of the game. It’s available now on the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
Never played a Monster Hunter game before and want to see exactly what to expect before you buy? Well, you could try the free Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate demo. If you haven’t already done that then you can check out the first 90 minutes of the game in the video embedded above, thanks to Tilmen from Nintendomination. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate launches on the Nintendo 3DS tomorrow in the west.
The media embargo is over so Tilmen from Nintendomination has uploaded the first 90 minutes of the wonderful Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D for you all to see. Some of you in the United Kingdom may have got your copy early so you’ll undoubtedly already be playing the game. But if you were on the fence be sure to check out the video. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D launches tomorrow.
As you may have already heard, a number of hackers have found a way to play pirated games on the Nintendo 3DS. As you would expect, Nintendo is aware of this particular issue and is currently in the process of banning users that have been using a special exploit. Here’s what one frustrated user wrote on the GBA Temp forums.
“Users in multiple countries have been getting error 002-0102, which normally means an internet connectivity problem. However, after contacting Nintendo, multiple users have confirmed that the CS says its a ban. They offer no further information at this time, and can not overturn it. As of now, there is no solid evidence that it is a NNID ban, and most conjecture/circumstance points to a MAC/SN ban. Users that are banned can still enter the eShop and purchase games, and download updates. They can not go online within any game or use their friends list. They also can not use ANY application that requires online connectivity, including Pokemon Bank, YouTube, and Netflix. However, the Web Browser DOES still work.”