Yup, we’ve finally got footage of the first twenty-seven minutes of Pokemon Omega Ruby on the Nintendo 3DS. Obviously those that don’t want to spoil the experience may want to look away now, but if you’re on the fence about purchasing it then be sure to take a look. Pokemon Omega Ruby currently has a Metascore of 83 on Metacritic and is due to be released in the United States on Friday.
It was bound to happen sooner or later, but those good folks over at Honest Game Trailers have produced their own commercial for the upcoming Super Smash Bros on Wii U. It’s not the best they’ve ever done, but it’s certainly an entertaining watch and some parts will make you genuinely chuckle. Be sure to watch it in the video, above.
As the majority of you are aware the first batch of Mario Kart 8 downloadable content arrived yesterday. The pack has been great value for money as you get eight courses and three characters to play around with, as well as new vehicles and customisation. The first video gives you a look at the Egg Cup while the second video gives you a look at the Triforce Cup. Be sure to grab it on the eShop.
There’s currently a demo for Final Fantasy Explorers, but as you can tell it’s only for Japanese consumers. The video, which you can view above, shows off the character customisation aspect when you initially begin the demo and thankfully there’s some meaty gameplay footage to keep you entertained. We are still waiting for Square Enix to announce a western release.
Didn’t spot the differences in the recently released trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3DS compared to the original Nintendo 64 version? Well NWR has kindly produced a video which showcases the visual changes between the two versions. We also found out yesterday that Majora’s Mask 3D will also take full advantage of the New Nintendo 3DS, but we’ve yet to find out what additional functionality there will be on the newer hardware.
We’ve finally gotten a look at the first twelve minutes of the delightful Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on the Wii U. As you’d expect the game looks absolutely adorable and is currently on sale in Japan, so it will be interesting to see where it’s placed on next week’s Media Create sales charts. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker launches in the United States on December 5th.