Up until this point the digital Club Nintendo rewards have consisted mainly of old Virtual Console games and DSiWare games from a few years ago. This month marks the first time that an original, exclusive 3DS title is a part of the digital rewards you can earn through the loyalty program. For 200 coins you can pick up a copy of the tower defense style … Continue reading New Club Nintendo Rewards Include a 3DS Original
The story of La-Mulana has definitely been one of ups and downs. The game was announced a couple of years ago and the development ended up talking way longer than expected. Back in March it was announced that the game would not see a release in North America for a number of reasons, one being that it was going to be hard to get the Japanese DLC over here. Well, the game has been picked up by another publisher and it will be seeing a North American release after all.
EnjoyUp Games has picked up the title and will be releasing it to WiiWare on September 20th. Here are some questions you need to ask yourself if you’re not sure about trying this game. Do you like Indiana Jones? Do you like caves? Did you enjoy playing Cave Story? Do you like giant, screen-filling lizard bosses? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then you might be interested in this game. It will cost you 1000 Wii Points to download. Press release and screens after the jump. Continue reading “La-Mulana Finally Coming to WiiWare”
This week’s Club Nintendo reward is Fluidity, which if I remember correctly has been offered through Club Nintendo once already. You have until August 19th to download the WiiWare title for 150 Coins. I downloaded this game the first time it was available, but I’ve only actually played a couple of levels so far. That’s a great use of Club Nintendo coins isn’t it? Almost as … Continue reading Fluidity Is The Newest Club Nintendo Reward
The next Club Nintendo digital reward is now available and it’s a WiiWare game. Bonsai Barber, which has you giving virtual veggies “hair” cuts to match a particular style. I never played this one, but it was always one I was interested in. I might have to check it out. It’s currently available for download through Club Nintendo for 150 coins and will be available … Continue reading Just A Little Off the Top
After a lacklustre E3, we’ve been waiting for a big news reveal, and here it is! This week’s Nintendo Direct had individual presentations across all 3 of Nintendo’s major territories, and Europe got its fair share of big news, with some exclusives thrown in! It’s a big Round-Up at last! Nintendo Direct Europe Round-Up Taking place at the rather unfortunate time of 5AM BST, this … Continue reading Euro News Round-Up: Week Ending 23/06
Someone forgot to give Nintendo of Europe the memo that E3 was this week, so we have absolutely no Euro specific news. Which is probably for the best, as there was a lot of news to cover this past week. Nonetheless, they did remember to update the eShop, so be sure to check out the new Heroes of Ruin demo! This Week’s Downloads Heroes of … Continue reading Euro News Round-Up: Week Ending 09/06
This week we have news of a Kid Icarus tour, the launch of Nintendo Zone and a return to the top for Super Mario 3D Land! Kid Icarus multiplayer events announced Think you’re a Kid Icarus: Uprising master? Well here’s your chance to prove it. Nintendo’s own Kid Icarus Battle Squad are touring the UK over the next 4 weeks, challenging anyone who comes down … Continue reading Euro News Round-Up: Week Ending 28/04
Today’s 3DS update brought with it not only the usual promise of security and firmware improvements, but a new folder system that allows for a much cleaner, and more logical, ordering of games and applications on the 3DS home screen. There was however another update installed today that went largely unnoticed by both gamers and Nintendo’s advertising campaign alike. Today’s update installed a simple, yet incredibly effective update to the eShop, taking what was becoming a cumbersome interface and streamlining into a far more user-friendly system.
The interface update allows for a far easier sorting of the now numerous collection of games and applications that fill the eShop, showing a clear intent from Nintendo that the eShop isn’t just another Wii Shop Channel – it is Nintendo staying with the ever-evolving downloadable market and making sure that the games you want are always accessible. The update is a strong signal of intent from Nintendo that the eShop is a big factor in the life of the 3DS, but what about the Wii U? Could the eShop be one of the Wii U’s secret weapons? Continue reading “Could the eShop be Wii U’s secret weapon?”
This week was reasonably quiet for Nintendo, that was until we got a special Nintendo Direct feed for the first time! We’ve got big Kid Icarus news, a handful of release dates and the release of one of the best 3DS apps currently available. Nintendo Direct Europe Round-Up For the first time ever, Nintendo of Europe filmed a special Nintendo Direct this week to reveal … Continue reading Euro News Round-Up: Week Ending 21/04
3DS owners should be sure to check out Nintendo Video this week, with a brand new Kid Icarus anime now available to watch. This week also sees the release of a WiiWare sequel on the 3DS eShop; it’s well worth a look! Nintendo Unleashed 2012 Dates Announced It’s that time of year again when the Nintendo Unleashed tour gets touring, and we have the first … Continue reading Euro News Round-Up: Week Ending 07/04