Nintendo revealed yesterday that Nintendo 3DS role-playing game Bravely Default: Flying Fairy will be released outside Japan. Nintendo of America confirmed to Kotaku that the North American copy of the game will be called Bravely Default, but the company has yet to decide on a subtitle. In Europe, however, the game will receive an all-new title. Bravely Default arrives this year in Europe, and in 2014 in North America.
Square Enix and Nintendo of America has confirmed that Bravely Default will be coming to North America sometime during 2014. The game will launch in Europe later this year.
Nintendo has revealed an exclusive feature for upcoming Animal Crossing: New Leaf players in North America and Europe. Via SpotPass, consumers who have access to Western copies of the game will be able to receive Nintendo-created model homes that will appear in the HH Showcase. Animal Crossing: New Leaf will be released in June.
In the North American version of the game, model homes created by Nintendo will also appear in the HH Showcase. These homes will be distributed via SpotPass.
In the European version of the game, model homes created by Nintendo will also appear in the HH Showcase. These homes will be distributed via SpotPass.
GameFly, the popular American online video game rental subscription service, has listed Game & Wario for release on June 30th. The rental service generally has a good record when it comes to listing release dates. GameFly previously leaked Mario Tennis Open and listed its release date before the game had even been confirmed by Nintendo.
Although we knew it was arriving sometime in April, Xseed Games today shared an exact release date of when the Wii-exclusive Pandora’s Tower will hit store shelves in North America. The publisher has confirmed that the action role-playing game will be released on April 16th. In Pandora’s Tower, players assume the role of a warrior trying to save a woman named Elena from a dreadful curse, by fetching the flesh of beasts for Elena to swallow. If you want to know more about Pandora’s Tower, check out our review of the game.
Yesterday, Atlus confirmed that role-playing game Shin Megami Tensei IV will be released in North America, exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS. Although most titles on Nintendo’s latest handheld initially cost $39.99, Shin Megami Tensei IV will be priced at $49.99 when it arrives in the summer. Does the higher price point dissuade you from getting the game at launch? If not, you can pre-order a copy here.
Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity have launched in North America. Both games are now downloadable from the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS. Will you be downloading both games, or are you waiting until stores open to purchase physical copies? Either way, Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon costs $39.99, and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity costs $34.99.