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Scribblenauts Unlimited Available In Europe December 6

scribblenauts_unlimitedNintendo has announced that Scribblenauts Unlimited has now got a specific release date in Europe for both 3DS and Wii U versions. In late August, we reported that the game would eventually be making it over to European shores this December, but there was no specified date. Scribblenauts Unlimited will launch on December 6 as part of Nintendo’s holiday line-up. You can find out more about the game on Nintendo’s official page for Scribblenauts, here.

23 thoughts on “Scribblenauts Unlimited Available In Europe December 6”

  1. I would rather pick delayed Rayman legends over this Nonsense. Europeans, save your money for Super Mario 3D world and 3DS Zelda’s Link to the past 2.

      1. That Super Mario 3D world trailer has people convinced now to buy the game. Assassin’s creed 4 and Watchdogs are looking good. Thank goodness DK got delayed.

          1. COD ghosts for FPS. I do not have enough resources to purchase more titles. DK delayed to counter the PS4 release in Japan. With the mediocre PS4/Xbone release lineup Nintendo made a business move. Had Sony put out better content we would have gotten better games.

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  3. I still despise Nintendo tree house. To think people did not want Reggie to appear for Nintendo of America directs. Why can’t nintendo of America have real sounding men like Mark Walberg do a direct with Reggie. Don’t even!

    1. Reason why I do not like Nintendo tree house, is because I feel patronized every time a Scott Moffit clone is unleased on us.

  4. Even on the day of their baby Nintendo Direct there is nothing to report other than a bunch of baby games? Did they even show one game that isn’t a baby game being published by the baby game company? Come on babies, there has to be at least one game that isn’t a baby game. Is there?
    All they have on the horizon for their baby console is a bunch of baby games with a side dish of mediocre indie games.
    I’m glad Nintendo said before the launch of the Wii U that they wanted to win the “core” gamers back, it obviously was a lie.

    1. Atleast people buy OUR games…

      You Sonyans and Xbots have to rely on those lesser forces to keep you alive…

      Once they wake up from your enslavement, both of you will fall!

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