This week we chat about Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, the NX, Splatoon updates and peripherals that no one will buy. Also Nick plays nothing, Myles plays far to much and we unveil our favourite gaming worlds of all time. Continue reading NintendPals: Episode 24
One of the more awesome looking Nindies games that were released as demos during E3; Freedom Planet should be arriving on the Wii U pretty soon. The developer behind the Sonic inspired retro treat called Galaxy Trail tweeted the following earlier today (28/07/2015)… Continue reading Freedom Planet is Coming Sooner Rather Than Later
Devil’s Third has had a very rough ride. It was initially announced back in 2010 for last-gen systems but had numerous things happen to it that would have killed off most games. Even after Nintendo stepped in to save the game, it was beginning to seem like us in North America weren’t going to get the game. Luckily, that wasn’t the case and we’ll still be getting the game.
Unfortunately though, most of the times when we saw the game, whether that be from developers or the media, we only saw the single player aspect. However, as we all know, the bulk of your playtime in a shooter is usually made up of the multiplayer mode. Luckily, a video interview with Tomonobu Itagaki has been recently been translated. In it, we learn more details on the games online. Go ahead an give it a watch.
Nintendo recently put out a and quickly deleted a tweet stating that they’re partnering with Facebook for Super Mario Maker. In the tweet they stated that Facebook employees will build a stage and one of those levels be free to download after launch.
Well, the next day, Nintendo officially announced on their website about the partnership. Named Hackathon, employees of Facebook will create stages for Super Mario Maker and a panel of people Facebook and Nintendo will be judging. The best level will be playable when the game launches September 11th. Furthermore, Nintendo will be recording the whole event for a video series that they’ll put on their social media channels July 28th and 29th for fans to check out.
Earlier this year, Nintendo officially cancelled the Nintendo TVii service in Europe. In June, they removed the Nintendo TVii icon from European Wii U’s. Considering the service never really started in Europe, the news of it didn’t surprise anybody.
Unfortunately, its cancellation was a sign of things to come. Nintendo TVii is now shutting down in North America August 11th at 3:00pm PT. This news comes in the way of an official post in the Nintendo TVii Miiverse.
It’s been a long coming but Q.U.B.E. Director’s Cut has finally received console release dates. We can expect to see the game on Playstation 3 and Playstation 4 in the US July 21 and the rest of the world July 22, on Xbox One July 24 world wide, and in August on Wii U. All versions will share the same price of $9.99 that the PC version has.
Q.U.B.E Director’s Cut is first-person, physics-based, puzzle game that has seen some positive reviews. To see more, check out the trailer below.