Club Nintendo America has added two items to the reward catalogue list. The Super Mario Accessory Box is back in stock on the members website and can be purchased for 700 coins. Meanwhile, for those who can’t get enough of Animal Crossing and want to store their 3DS safely, you can purchase an Animal Crossing pouch in either light blue or pink for 500 coins. Yesterday, Club Nintendo updated the four downloadable games which featured NES classic Yoshi for the Wii U.
Majesco Entertainment has revealed via press release that Gardening Mama 2: Forest Friends will be heading to North America. The gardening simulation game released last September for Japan on the Nintendo 3DS, but will now bloom into new life in North America come April.
Gardening Mama 2 will feature over 100 items to customize and decorate your garden, plus players will be able to grow over 50 different types of plants, including watermelons, hydrangeas and hot peppers. There are also six different animal stores within the title, so you can stock up on garden points by fulfilling each store’s request. Other features included in the game are detailed below.
- Trade points for items and decorations that let you create a one-of-a-kind, custom garden. Use shop tickets to purchase more flowers, fruits and vegetables to enlarge your garden and make it more productive.
- Earn rewards such as new varieties of seeds, flower bulbs, and trees from your animal friends so you can expand your garden and they can grow their shops into bigger businesses that attract more customers.
- New activities with multiple variations star Mama’s friends and family featured throughout the Mama games. Sort, pick, clean, organize, mow, arrange, water, harvest and much more!
- Keep your garden healthy by protecting your plants from viruses and bugs.
- Use Spot Pass to receive new garden backgrounds.
Nintendo has rolled out Pokémon Bank for North America today. The cloud storage app – which allows you to deposit, store and manage up to 3,000 Pokémon – was released yesterday for Europe and earlier this month for Asian territories. You can download Pokémon Bank and Poké Transporter straight from the 3DS eShop for around 500 blocks on your SD card – a 30-day free trial is also currently available. Those who download the app by September 30 can receive the adorable Celebi as a free gift.
Nintendo of America has confirmed The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past’s arrival on the Wii U virtual console through this week’s Nintendo Download. So if you were feeling a little green-eyed at the European Wii U owners when it arrived last month, you no longer need to fret. A Link to the Past can be downloaded direct from the North American eShop for $7.99.
Elsewhere on the Nintendo 3DS eShop, you can purchase Mario Bros. on the virtual console for $4.99, as well as Castle Clout 3D – a puzzle strategy title from developer Teyon – also at $4.99. And if either of those didn’t quite take your fancy you can grab Ohno Odyssey for a discounted price at $3.99 until 9 a.m. PT on February 20.
You may remember that Inazuma Eleven was finally listed to be released in the United States during the first quarter of the year. Well it now appears as though Nintendo has pulled the listing from their official website. Nintendo has yet to comment on the mysterious disappearance of the game from its official website, but hopefully we should hear something soon.
Nintendo of America has confirmed via its website that the Inazuma Eleven franchise will finally be coming to North America this year. The official website says that one of the Inazuma Eleven games for the Nintendo 3DS is due out in the first quarter of the year. It’s rumoured that it could be Inazuma Eleven 1.2.3 as the series hasn’t been localised for North America yet.
Wayne Brady’s Mii is reportedly being distributed through Nintendo Zones in North America. The Whose Line star has been spotted by several users over Nintendo of America’s StreetPass weekend which took place from December 14 to 15. Wayne Brady has been promoting Wii Party U in a string of adverts for Nintendo over the last couple of months. If you’re a big fan of the comedian, now’s your chance to grab him at a Nintendo Zone near you.
AeternoBlade will be launching for Western users next month on the Nintendo 3DS. Developed by Corecell Technology – who also brought Wicked Monsters Blast! to the Wii – AeternoBlade was announced back in 2011, though you may remember it under the name ChronoBlade. The Japanese version, however, will be published with the title Time Avenger at some point in the near future.
Due to a successful crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, the demon-slaying game will be fighting its way over to the 3DS on January 14 for both North America and Europe. However, European 3DS owners will get an extra special treat as a demo will be available on December 12. Make sure you check out the trailer above to see the characters battle with ferocious monsters.
Earlier today, Nintendo of Europe announced in a Mini Direct that the virtual guide for the Louvre Museum in Paris would be available to download in the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Now, Nintendo of America has announced that 3DS users will also be able to purchase the app in North America at $19.99, which includes set Museum tours, more than 30 hours of commentary and over 400 3D photographs in 360° panoramic view. Nintendo 3DS Guide: Louvre will be available from December 2.
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD has launched in North America. The high-definition remake of the Nintendo GameCube classic The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is now available for purchase for $49.99 via the NIntendo eShop for Wii U. The packaged version of the game, which will be released on October 4th, features gold-foil packaging and will also cost $49.99.