Nintendo of Japan and Koei Tecmo have uploaded a new Hyrule Warriors trailer which gives us a better glimpse of Ocarina of Time characters Princess Ruto, Darunia and Sheik. There’s plenty of fast paced action included within the video, so be sure to give it a watch.
Pokemon Art Academy. If you’ve always fancied yourself as a budding artist, are a professional, or simply a beginner looking for something new, Pokemon Art Academy features a host of lessons and over 100 different Pokemon pictures to draw.
Nintendo UK has uploaded two new speed drawing videos for
In the video above, you can check out a free-hand drawing of legendary X and Y Pokemon, Xerneas, along with a drawing of Yveltal in the video here, using different techniques. Pokemon Art Academy releases for Europe on July 4, while North American 3DS and 2DS users will receive it later in the year.
trailer featuring our green-clad hero, Link. For those who didn’t manage to catch Nintendo’s E3 streams straight from the Treehouse last week, make sure you watch the trailer above, where Link jumps straight into the action and takes on Ocarina of Time boss King Dodongo. Plus, the trailer also shows the Hylian hero hacking and slashing through a Lizalfos and many other enemies. Hyrule Warriors launches exclusively on the Wii U on August 14 for Japan, while North America and Europe will be able to grab the game come September.
Tecmo Koei has uploaded this fantastic new Hyrule Warriors
first trailer for Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley. Announced earlier this month, the upcoming Harvest Moon game will take on a different look and allow players to explore entirely new areas in the life-simulation franchise.
Natsume has uploaded the
Including both familiar and innovative gameplay, The Lost Valley will allow you to create and expand your farms, as well as build relationships with villagers in order to save the valley and its four seasons. With the help of the Harvest Sprites, Harvest Goddess and King of the Underworld, the winter season can be defeated and you can return the Lost Valley to its former glory. Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley will arrive for the Nintendo 3DS in North America and Europe later this year.
announced for Wii U yesterday as part of the series of trailers Nintendo uploaded onto YouTube. But the stealth announcement has also had some time with the press on E3′s show floor. Though Mario Maker may have received screen time on Nintendo’s Digital Event, Polygon has said that Mario vs. Donkey Kong – not a finalised title – is also robust with creation tools.
Mario vs. Donkey Kong was
“In the Mario and Donkey Kong games, you don’t control the characters directly, you manipulate the environment by connecting “girders” to make a path for your wind-ups.
“But the real highlight of the demo was my time with the level editor. I popped into a template, and was immediately able to start designing a masterpiece. Within seconds, I was dragging pipes, girders, characters and obstacles onto the 2D grid, creating a massive gauntlet of a puzzle. Everything felt smooth and intuitive.”
While the trailer above will show off some of the key features of the game, including the workshop tool which allows players to create their own levels and share over Miiverse, it was originally shown as part of a Wii U tech demo showcasing the Nintendo Web Framework. Clearly Nintendo had been telling porky pies when they said it wouldn’t be made into an actual game. Mario vs. Donkey Kong has yet to receive a specified release date, but aims for a 2015 release.
Pokémon Art Academy. The colourful paint application’s four-minute trailer is exactly the same as the Japanese announcement video we saw in late April, but the UK version now has a handy voice-over describing the various techniques players will be able to use.
Nintendo UK has uploaded a new trailer for
Budding artists can discover over 100 Pokémon pictures to draw, paint and shade your way through, along with a bunch of lessons from basic to professional. Pokémon Art Academy will launch for the Nintendo 3DS on July 4 in Europe, but will aim for an Autumnal release in North America. For more information on the title, you can visit Nintendo’s official website, here.
Q.U.B.E Director’s Cut. After hearing back in April 2013 that the new and improved version of the original PC game would be hitting the Wii U, Toxic Games has broken the silence and presented us with a dramatic new trailer and information on the eShop release.
Toxic Games has released a new launch trailer for its upcoming release
According to the developer’s blog, the physics-based puzzle game has received a number of updates since its initial announcement last year, including new puzzles, a brand new narrative with voice acting and a superb soundtrack. Q.U.B.E Director’s Cut launches for the PC and Steam today, but Toxic Games says it will be heading to the Wii U in the coming months. Pricing is set for £6.99 on PC, but is yet to be confirmed for the eShop.
new trailer for Tomodachi Life which shows off more of the game’s unique quirky appeal. Though it’s not quite on the same scale as the wacky Nintendo Direct or other trailers, the game does give more information on the range of activities on offer to your Miis, asking the pertinent question: what will happen in your Tomodachi Life?
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Whether it’s creating a love triangle, marrying your selected sweetheart, or collecting really odd costumes, Tomodachi Life has it all. Plus, just to throw in a touch of the bizarre, the trailer shoots your Mii into space, slow-mo style, with a laughter-inducing gormless expression. Tomodachi Life is due for release on the Nintendo 3DS in both North America and Europe on June 6.
uploaded a new NES Remix 2 trailer encouraging viewers to find the hidden Luigi. Our NES Remix 2 review alluded to the number of Luigis hidden within the game, but there’s clearly many more displayed throughout the fast-paced title. We wonder just how many Luigis Nintendo has sneakily hidden; could there be a humble image of the green-capped plumber in a Kid Icarus or Zelda stage, or maybe a Luigi-shaped cloud in the Super Luigi Bros. mode? If you managed to spot Luigi, let us know in the comments below.
Nintendo has released another trailer for Mario Golf: World Tour. The one-minute video highlights some of the new courses in the upcoming sports title. Featuring 10 courses and 126 holes, the game can be expanded with DLC, which allows players to purchase up to a total of 108 downloadable holes and additional golfers. The add-on content will be released in three separate packs, each of which includes two new 18-hole courses and a new playable character. Mario Golf: World Tour launches May 2 for Nintendo 3DS.