Sega has released a new trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX to showcase its rhythmic gameplay. Featuring over 40 songs, the popular vocaloid synthesizer title will be heading to both North America and Europe in late May for the Nintendo 3DS, as confirmed by the publisher in January. With two different game modes in touch or button mode, players will be able to customise each character to their liking with different costumes, as well as create unique dance routines via the dance studio.
The near five-minute Japanese trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX showcases various features within the game, including adorable dance videos with a dog in a top hat, crazy bunny outfits and some quirky animations. Honestly, what more could we ask for? Let us know if you’ll be purchasing the game when it releases for the west in the comment section below.
Nintendo Japan has uploaded lots of new footage showcasing Mario Party 10 on Wii U. The four-minute trailer takes us through the vast number of boards available in classic party mode, as well as the Bowser mode – which can be used exclusively via the Wii U’s GamePad – and Amiibo party mode.
And given Bowser’s the supreme star of the show in the latest party title, he’s even joined a family of five in a new Japanese advertisement, which you can view here. Count your lucky mini stars he’s not on your sofa, sneakily gorging on all the party refreshments, and obnoxiously taking up all the room. No one likes a double dipper, unless it’s the roller-coaster kind.
Mario Party 10 will be available to purchase for Wii U on March 20 in North America and Europe. The Super Mario Collection amiibo range – including Toad and alternate versions of the Mario cast – will also see a simultaneous release with the game, and can be pre-ordered at various retailers.
GungHo Online Entertainment has uploaded a new trailer for its upcoming 3DS game Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition. The five-minute Japanese trailer – embedded above – discusses a number of new details including an array of playable characters such as Fire Mario, Boo Mario, Tanooki Luigi and several coloured Yoshi. As per usual, Bowser kidnaps Peach while Mario and co. keep up the pace in an effort to save her from his tyranny, battling Mushroom Kingdom enemies in classic Puzzle & Dragons gameplay along the way.
Players will have to choose their teams, sub-teams and leaders wisely to outsmart the enemy, heading over to the Toad houses dotted across the map to level-up and pick up special abilities. Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition will arrive in Japan for April 29, while fans in North America and Europe can pick up the game in May for the Nintendo 3DS.
We’ve finally got a release date for the North American version of Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker on the Nintendo 3DS. Atlus says that the game is coming to North America on May 5th and to celebrate they’ve released the new trailer which you can watch above. It’s not really early 2015, but at least we’ve finally got a date.
Bandai Namco has uploaded an all new four-minute Pokken Tournament trailer for fans to feast their eyes on. Due to release in Japanese arcades this summer, the upcoming fighter will star a number of playable Pokemon, including the recently revealed Pikachu, Gardevoir and Suicune. The trailer, which can be seen in the video embedded above, shows off the game’s features such as support Pokemon, alternative colour renders for the fighting Pokemon, along with various stages. It also features an upgrade system with “passports” to seemingly buff your fighter’s stats.
Aside from the Pokken Tournament Japanese stream which took place last month, the trailer above is the first good look at the arcade title’s gameplay. Though it hasn’t been announced for western arcades just yet, the summer release is looming for Japan, so hopefully we’ll hear news from Bandai Namco and Game Freak soon.
Nintendo of America has uploaded a delightful new Code Name STEAM trailer to help whet your appetite before the game is released next month. If you’ve not already done so I would suggest downloading the free demo that’s currently available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop to get a taster for the game. Code Name STEAM is out on Nintendo 3DS March 13th in the United States.
Looking forward to playing Xenoblade Chronicles 3D on your shiny New Nintendo 3DS? Well, you haven’t got too long to wait as the game is coming to the platform on April 10th in the United States. To celebrate, Nintendo of America has unleashed a new trailer which showcases how the game looks on the format. Just a reminder to those who are sticking with their current Nintendo 3DS that the handheld game won’t work on anything other than the New Nintendo 3DS.