Nintendo of America has surprised fans and announced the official release date for Kirby and the Rainbow Curse for Wii U in the United States. The platformer is due to be released on February 13th. Sadly those in Europe will have to wait a little longer for the game.
In a surprising turn of events, Nintendo Europe has tweeted that the release date for Super Smash Bros Wii U has been pushed forward. The brawler which was originally intended to release on December 5th will now be coming to Europe on November 28th. Good news for those gamers in Europe then.
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You’ll be pleased to know that 16-bit RPG Pier Solar and the Great Architects will be arriving on the Wii U on November 6th, which isn’t too far away. The news was announced by the development studio WaterMelon who revealed the news via Facebook. The company posted an image of the game displayed on the Wii U GamePad giving gamers an idea of how WaterMelon will utilise the device.
Twitter user Nintendo Hall has discovered via the Nintendo 3DS eShop that the highly regarded Shovel Knight will be coming to Europe on November 6th. The same user also found that Picross e5 will be arriving on November 13th. Good news for European fans.
Who’s ready for adventure? Captain Toad certainly is, but he’s not the only one when Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker releases for Wii U on 9th January, with pink-pigtailed Toadette introduced as a second playable character in portions of the upcoming game.
Unlike traditional video game heroes, Captain Toad and Toadette don’t have any special powers – these tiny heroes can’t even jump! Plus, they’re terrified of just about everything, but face their adventures head on. Armed with headlights and a can-do attitude, they must make their way through enemy-infested locales like Wild West shanties and Goomba waterparks. Each location is bursting with puzzles to solve and secrets to unearth.
These tiny heroes are on the hunt for the ultimate treasure, a coveted Power Star. At the beginning of their adventure, Wingo, a giant, greedy bird who makes life difficult for these timid treasure trackers, makes off with their only Power Star, and even whisks away Toadette! Players must then help Captain Toad retrieve the Power Star and Toadette in order to unlock her as a playable character, and ultimately, defeat Wingo. In the process, they’ll encounter more than 70 fun, puzzling stages while also collecting stars and gems.
Captain Toad and his puzzling levels first appeared in Super Mario 3D World for Wii U. The levels were such a hit with fans that he and Toadette are now getting their own game. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is just another way Nintendo is expanding its universe of games with familiar characters facing fun new challenges.
Let the treasure hunt commence on 9th January when Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker releases for Wii U. In the meantime, take a look at what lies in store with a new trailer for the game.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy will be coming to North America on December 9th. The news was revealed via Capcom at this week’s New York Comic Con event. We’ve yet to find out when Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is heading to Europe, but hopefully it will arrive on the same date.
Natsume has finally announced that Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley for the Nintendo 3DS will be coming to North America on November 4th. You’ll be able to purchase Harvest Moon The Lost Valley at retail for $29.99. The game is also scheduled to be released in Europe, but it won’t be coming until sometime next year.