Tag: 2DS

Amiibo NFC Figurines Ready For Pre-order

amiibo_img03_e3_formediadistro-featureThe first 12 Amiibo NFC Figurines from Nintendo are now ready for pre-order from Amazon! They are priced  at $12.99 with no release date at this time. Continue reading

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Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire Announced


Nintendo has announced two new Pokémon remakes for 3DS. Veterans of the Pokémon and newcomers will be able to experience Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire this November when the game hits shelves.

(Source: Pokémon Official Site)

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Nintendo Forgoes Live Press Conference At E3 2014

nintendoNintendo, for the second year in a row, will be forgoing the live press conference at E3. Continue reading

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Lucario Joins The Fray

lucarioWith the upcoming Super Smash Bros game for 3DS and Wii U, Lucario is joining the roster and from Sakurai’s Miiverse post, his Aura is now substantially stronger too! For complete character roster, movesets and news, check out the official site.

(Source: Infendo)

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Game of the Year 2013

trophyWell after much debate and deliberation, our 2013 GotY list is up!

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Miiverse Now Available On 3DS

miiverseMiiverse is now available on the 3DS through a firmware update. Continue reading

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Youtube App Available For 3DS

youtube_logoThe official Youtube app for 3DS that was previously announced in a Nintendo Direct has finally launched for North America and Europe. The download will take up 113 blocks on your memory card. There is also the option to watch videos in High Quality and sets it to full screen instead of having a black box outside the video.

[Update: December 2, 2013] After using it for several days and reports from social media, the video quality currently available on the app, even on it’s “High Quality” mode is garbage and is not worth the time and space to download it at the current time.

(Source: My Nintendo News)

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What Are You Looking Forward To Play?

Vector_Green_Christmas_TreeWith the PS4 and Xbox One being released in time for the Christmas season, what games are you most looking forward to play in the next few months? I’m definitely looking forward to playing some Smash Bros and Mario Kart on some of the current/older consoles over the Christmas with friends. Whenever Smash Bros Wii U/3DS, Mario Kart 8 and Titanfall come out, I’ll be getting into those!

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Nintendo Offering Discounted Zelda Games

Zelda MuralNintendo will be offering select discounted games on 3DS and Wii U eShops. Continue reading

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Nintendo Network ID and Miiverse Making The Jump To 3DS


3DS and Wii U eShop balances are now being merged with the upcoming 3DS update, which means leftover funds from either console can be used with the other. And on top of that, Nintendo Network IDs will now be shared across both the WIi U and 3DS platforms with the upcoming December update.

Nintendo also hinted at the possibility of unified accounts across both platforms with NNID. The following is a PR release from earlier.


REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– A December system update for the Nintendo 3DS portable system will allow users to combine their Nintendo eShop account balance for both Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Nintendo announced the news during a Nintendo Direct video released earlier today.

After the Nintendo 3DS system update, users can register their Nintendo Network ID for Wii U on their Nintendo 3DS systems and combine Nintendo eShop account balances. This will enable them to purchase Wii U software using the remaining balance on their Nintendo 3DS eShop accounts, and vice versa. Nintendo 3DS owners who do not own a Wii U system can also create their own Nintendo Network ID for the first time.

This system update will also mark the beginning of Miiverse support on Nintendo 3DS. With a Nintendo Network ID and a wireless Internet connection, users will be able to connect with players around the world to share their experiences and game tips through Miiverse on Nintendo 3DS. For more information and notices from Nintendo about the system update, visit http://www.nintendo.com/3ds/nnid.

To view the Nintendo Direct in its entirety, visit http://www.nintendo.com/nintendo-direct. An overview of the news discussed includes:

Nintendo 3DS News

YouTube will be launching this month for Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo 3DS owners with a broadband Internet connection will be able to watch all their favorite YouTube content on the go, browsing on the bottom screen while viewing on the top screen.

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

Today, Nintendo showed a new trailer for the game, and the first of four 15-second mini-trailers for The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds debuted on Nintendo’s Instagram page. Nintendo detailed a number of characters, including Irene and her magic broom; Seres, who is trapped in a painting; and Gramps, who can help facilitate battles with other players encountered via StreetPass. Also: Milk Bar confirmed!

On Nov. 22, a new Nintendo 3DS XL bundle will launch at a suggested retail price of $219.99 that includes Nintendo 3DS XL hardware with gorgeous gold-and-black coloring and the iconic Triforce on the exterior, as well as a download code for The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. The game launches in stores and in the Nintendo eShop on Nov. 22 at a suggested retail price of $39.99.

Exclusive SpotPass Content at Nintendo Zone Locations: Anyone with a Nintendo 3DS who visits a Nintendo Zone location can receive StreetPass Mii Plaza data from the last six players to visit that location. Exclusive SpotPass content will be available at Nintendo Zone locations in November for Nintendo 3DS owners who also own the following games, including:
An Animal Crossing: New Leaf raccoon wall clock is available until Nov. 14.
An Animal Crossing: New Leaf cat tower available Nov. 15-28.
An Animal Crossing: New Leaf rolling suitcase available Nov. 29-Dec. 12.
A Super Mario 3D Land Mystery Box starting Nov. 22.

Mario Party: Island Tour: The game offers seven new game boards and 80 new mini-games, including some that use the motion controls of Nintendo 3DS, and the ability for four Nintendo 3DS owners to play all multiplayer game content with only one copy of the game via Download Play. The single player Bowser’s Tower has players playing through 30 floors of mini-games, with a boss battle every fifth floor. Additionally, players also can engage with other players who also have the game in StreetPass mini-game competitions. The game launches in stores and in the Nintendo eShop on Nov. 22 at a suggested retail price of $39.99.

The new Kirby game for Nintendo 3DS has a name: Kirby: Triple Deluxe. More information about the game will be announced in the future.

Bravely Default: A Collector’s Edition of the game will be available exclusively at select retailers. The bundle includes the game, an art book, a soundtrack CD and 34 augmented-reality cards. The Collector’s Edition and standard version of the game both launch on Feb. 7.

Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy: The final game in the second Professor Layton trilogy launches in stores and in the Nintendo eShop on Feb. 28.


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