Final Fantasy Explorers has just been released in Japan so you’d expect Tilmen to have gotten his hands on Square Enix’s latest JRPG for the Nintendo 3DS. Thankfully he has, and he’s recorded fifty minutes worth of gameplay to share with everybody. Sadly Square Enix hasn’t said when we can expect the game in the west, but judging from the footage I’m sure a lot of you will be anxious to get it. Hopefully we will hear something sometime next year, fingers crossed.
I know you all love them so here’s another Teens React To video. This time the team have given a number of teens the chance to go hands on with the original Mega Man on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Naturally some are a little bewildered and there are plenty of cringe worthy moments, but it wouldn’t be a Teens React To video without them. Enjoy.
Thanks, Conor P
Want to get a first hand glimpse of the next wave of Amiibo? Thankfully NintenDaan is at hand as he has purchased the Captain Falcon, Luigi, Pit and Little Mac Amiibo figures which were released in Japan last week. Daan has also uploaded a video of the Luigi and Captain Falcon Mii Racing Suits in action. You can watch the Amiibo video above and the Mii Racing Suits, below.
It’s finally out, so to promote the game Capcom have uploaded the snazzy launch trailer for the Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy. As you can see from the video a lot has changed since the originals with redrawn sprites and full stereoscopic 3D. You can also play the games in any order that you wish. Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy is out now in North America and coming to Europe on Thursday via the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
- Redrawn sprites
- Stereoscopic 3D display
- Bugs and problems from the iOS (animation, missing music, GBA quality music) have been fixed
- Uncompress music
- Localisation has been improved (typos, translation errors, etc…)
- All games within the same game, you can play whichever you want, whenever you want (you can start with AA3 if you prefer)
- English / Japanese only, even in Europe
- 29.99$ / 29.99€ / 24.99£, eShop-only (2 947 blocks).
Another week and here’s another Teens React To video. This time you can cringe as the producers have given the teenage participants a copy of Super Smash Bros for the Wii U to get their teeth around. If you dare you can watch the video which is embedded above.
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Nintendo Japan is currently looking for NicoNico video creators to help promote their games and get a slice of the advertising revenue. The promotion started today in Japan and is called the Creator Encouragement Program. There’s currently 250 eligible games which range from Wii U titles to NES games. Those NicoNico users that register for the program will be able to earn incentive money if their work proves to be popular.
Thanks, Michelle and Kallum
Nintendo Canada deemed November 21st as Nintendo Day and had a huge public event to celebrate the release of Super Smash Bros on the Wii U and Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire on the Nintendo 3DS. The countdown event saw a large number of attendees that were undoubtedly happy to get hands on with some of the latest and greatest Nintendo games. You can check out the fun-filled event in the video embedded above.
Thanks, White Eagle