Twilight Princess getting the HD treatment on Wii U has been a rumor that’s been going around for quite some time now. Well, as it turns out, it’s actually true. During the recent Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced that The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is on the way.
It’s also getting it’s own Wolf Link Amiibo and it will be compatible with all other Legend of Zelda based Amiibo’s. Furthermore, the new Amiibo will be able to carry over data to Legend of Zelda Wii U when it releases. It’s also getting a bundle with the new Amiibo and a soundtrack if you pre-order. Twilight Princess HD, the Amiibo, and the bundle will be out March 4, 2016.
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There were many bombs dropped in today’s Nintendo Direct. Surprisingly, quite a few of the biggest announcements came from Square Enix. First up, we have Bravely Second: End Layer, which was briefly mentioned but given a Spring 2016 release time frame.
Next we have Final Fantasy Explorers which is getting a collector’s edition. It’ll come with a 20-track soundtrack, a 32-page art book, a special 3DS hard case, and special quests that unlock legendary weapons. The collector’s edition is only available in the Square Enix store and is going for $69.99. Furthermore, they also shown off more gameplay that shows you can use outfits and characters from past Final Fantasy games as well as you can rename your spells. Expect to be having your final fantasy (again) January 26, 2016.
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Nintendo Direct is officially happening this week. Nintendo has announced and dated their newest Direct for November 12 at 2 P.M PT via Twitter. This will be the first Direct presentation since the Mr. Satoru Iwata’s passing.
Last month, Nintendo’s new CEO Tatsumi Kimishima stated during an investors meeting that Nintendo has more unannounced titles for the Wii U and 3DS for the holiday season. Now is definitely a good time to talk about them. Let’s see what cards Nintendo is holding.
Recently, Atlus held a Twitter campaign with a goal of 15,000 tweets for an announcement. Well, it was successful and Atlus revealed Shin Megami Tensei IV: Final. Famitsu later reported that the game was for Nintendo 3DS, is code-named “Godslayer”, and is actually a brand new game taking place in the Shin Megami Tensei IV universe.
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This week sees the release of many people’s childhood dream, the ability to create your own Mario levels, with the release of Super Mario Maker. Virtual idol Miku Hatsune gets a release on 3DS. Tecmo Bowl hits the Virtual Console on Wii U. Outside of that we have the usual run of sales, a new 3DS theme centered around Mario and the Famicom, and more. Head past the break for all the details and everything that is available for purchase starting this week.
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Following the brilliant success of the Project Diva games that have been released on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, Hatsune Miku finally comes to the west on a system outside of the Sony family in Project Mirai DX. With over 40 tracks and TONS of things to do, there’s not a moment you’ll be bored in this game! Continue reading Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX Review (3DS)
Shovel Knight is digging its way back into the news! This time, in a more physical manner. As we all know, Shovel Knight is getting a retail release this October on Playstation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, and 3DS. However, what we just learned during the Nindies@Night event that Shovel Knight is also getting an Amiibo. That’s right, Shovel Knight will be the first indie game character to receive an Amiibo and the Amiibo functions will be exclusive to Wii U.
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