Remember how The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes was revealed at Nintendo’s Digital Event @E3? Game Informer has given an in-depth feature about the game, letting readers know about some of the finer points and minutia. Additionally, Nintendo Everything compiled a quick, bullet point list on what is the most interesting:
By wearing Zelda’s dress, more hearts will appear in-game
Meanwhile, another outfit is practically a wearable bomb, making Link himself the weapon
The first puzzle in the preview required the three Links to climb on each others’ shoulders and fire an arrow through a tall flame to light a torch (standard Zelda)
You need to micro-manage the lineup of the the Link pillar; only the bottom can control the movement of the group
The battle against Mogma (seen in the reveal trailer) was not overly difficult — bomb thrower needed to get to the top of the totem, then the pillar had to reorganize so the archer was at the top.
Hearts are shared in the game so no one is fighting over health
Players can touch icons on the lower screen to pinpoint where the other respective Link is
Emoticons are collectible, allowing you to cheer on your friends in different ways
Single-player mode is available, where Link can rent two paper dolls to act as A.I. as you make your way through the dungeon.
The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes will release exclusively on Nintendo 3DS this Fall.
The charts from Japan are out thanks to Media Create, and the week shows the anticipated decline in Wii U sales. While Splatoon’s numbers are down again (expectedly) from last week, it remains in third place on the chart for the second week in a row. As a result, it seems that Wii U sales took a 5K dip, week over week.
New Nintendo additions to the list include Rhythm Heaven: The Best+ (at number 1) and Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden (at number 2). As a result, Nintendo consoles have control over the top 3 titles this week, with a 10K Nintendo 3DS boost. In the top 20 games, Nintendo 3DS and Wii U hold a commanding 13 titles (11 and 2, respectively). For more information, check out the full chart below:
Software Sales (followed by lifetime sales)
[3DS] Rhythm Heaven: The Best+ (Nintendo, 06/11/15) – 157,591 (New)
LEVEL-5’s newest Nintendo 3DS excluisve, Yo-Kai Watch, made an appearance in Nintendo’s Digital Event @ E3 in the form of a trailer (above). Additionally, the game will be seeing a North American release Holiday 2015.
Based off the television show, players will be able to explore the world catching Pokemon Yo-Kai with your Pokeballs Yo-Kai Watch. Yo-Kai, much like other collectible creatures, have unique skills, which you use for strategic battles. There are more than 200 Yo-Kai so make sure you catchem’ all!
Metroid fans should be kind of happy today as Nintendo has confirmed that a new game is in development for the Nintendo 3DS. Metroid Prime: Federation Force is developed by Next Level Games and is a four player mission based title.
We all knew it was coming to the Nintendo 3DS and now the Kyoto based company has confirmed that a portable version of Hyrule Warriors is in development. There’s a number of additional characters and it also contains all the downloadable content that is available to purchase in the Wii U version. Hyrule Warriors Legends will be coming next year to the handheld.
Ever wondered what Lego turrets from Portal would look like? How would Batman cope in Aperture Laboratories? Would does Chell look like driving the Mystery Machine from Scooby-Doo? You can experience and create all these things and a whole world more. The first look at LEGO Dimensions gameplay was revealed earlier at E3, and it looks pretty unreal.
Take a look at the Starter Pack, including the Dimensions Portal, Batman, Gandalf and Wildstyle to set you on your way into endless possibilities. With the Portal expansion pack, you can go on an adventure through a Lego Portal world and combine the brilliant puzzle gameplay of both Portal and the LEGO games. Even more exciting is the game features both GLaDOS and Wheatley! So, just take a look at the feature in the video above and see how you fancy LEGO Dimensions.
While it has been known that Atlus’ Nintendo 3DS exclusive, Stella Glow, would be making its way to North America in 2015, Atlus has now specificed in a press release that it will come during the holiday season. Stella Glow will be available for $49.99 with preorders starting this week.