Friday, August 28, 2015

New Trailer for the Wii U Indie Game "Fast Racing NEO"


Check out the new PAX trailer for "Fast Racing NEO." The game looks simply beautiful and it's kind of what I expect F-Zero would have looked like had it ever made it to the Wii U. This indie title launches later this year.
           

Thursday, August 27, 2015

"Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition" on Sale for Just $6.79 on the 3DS eShop


If your looking to get your hands on some Street Fighter action for cheap, "Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition" is on sale this week on the 3DS eShop. The game is originally priced at $19.99 but you can get it now for just $6.79. This handheld gem features 35 playable characters and online and local battle. It's all the fun on Super Street Fighter IV but on the go. You can check out Nintendo's official page for the game HERE.
               

Pre-order the Shovel Knight amiibo from UK Retailer GAME Starting Tomorrrow


Earlier in the week, a Spanish retailer showed a listing for a Shovel Knight amiibo figure. This sparked rumors that Shovel Knight would  be the next character to join Super Smash Bros for the Wii U and 3DS. Well, it now appears that these rumors are correct .. or at least there is a Shovel Knight amiibo on the way. Today, the popular UK retailer GAME confirmed that there is indeed a Shovel Knight figure on the way.

Right now, the figure is said to work with Nintendo titles from Yacht Club Games and other titles that can't be shared at this time (they are likely talking about Smash Bros. Mario Kart 8 or maybe even a spot in Super Mario Maker). You can pre-order the amiibo starting tomorrow and it launches November 27th.

The Tweet was taken down almost as quickly as it went up. Looks like they jump the gun a bit. However, you can still see the original Tweet above.
               

Teyon Bringing "Zombie Defense" to the Wii U eShop


Teyon is bringing their tower defense game "Zombie Defense" to the Wii U on September 3 in Europe and at a later day for North America. They describe the game as a mix between a tower defense game and a real-time strategy game. Players have to fight off hordes of zombies  by outfitting people with lethal weapons. There are four different game modes to try and nearly 40 missions.
                 

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Who Would Win in a Real Life Fight Between Zelda and Peach? Check the Video!


Who would win if Zelda and Peach battled in real life? Watch the video above to find out!
     

"Sin & Punishment" and "Sin & Punishment: Star Successor" Hit the Wii U eShop Tomorrow


Nintendo's website has confirmed that both "Sin & Punishment" and it's squeal "Sin & Punishment: Star Successor" will launch on the Wii U eShop this Thursday. "Sin & Punishment" is the classic Japanese N64 title developed by Treasure. The game will set you back $11.99. "Sin & Punishment: Star Successor" was released later on the Wii, and the price is set at $19.99.

Here is an overview of "Sin & Punishment" on the N64 Virtual Console:

The legendary studio Treasure delivers a high-energy thrill ride gamers recognize as one of the finest Nintendo 64 titles. On a future Earth starved for resources, a new species engineered for consumption has mutated into monsters. Run, gun, and slash your energy sword through level after level of nonstop destruction to end their reign of terror. 
Not to be outdone by the action, however, the story line lends the game its soul and draws you even further into the mix. Uncover the intriguing mystery of teenagers Saki and Airan as they go head-to-head with rival groups claiming to protect the Earth. A variety of options and a number of different skill levels are all you’ll have to prepare yourself for the full-blown challenge of Turbo Hard mode. Take a deep breath, gather your energy, and feast your senses on this unforgettable high-speed roller coaster of Sin and Punishment.

Here is an overview of "Sin & Punishment: Star Successor" on the Wii Virtual Console:

Take aim, and blast your way through a postapocalyptic world packed with nonstop arcade-shooter action in Sin & Punishment: Star Successor, the sequel to a Japanese Nintendo 64 cult classic. As Isa or Kachi, you’ll go on the run and on the defensive, shooting everything in sight as you’re bombarded with foes determined to hunt you down. 
This intense, adrenaline-soaked thrill ride never lets up from start to finish. Sin & Punishment: Star Successor delivers one-of-a-kind shooter gameplay created by true masters of the genre. Lock and load.

Do you plan on picking up either one of these classic titles?
        

"Volgarr the Viking" Coming to Wii U and 3DS


Game developer Crazy Viking Studios  has announced that it's going to bring "Volgarr the Viking" to the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. The developer posted a Tweet on Twitter saying that both versions of the game are currently in development. However, they didn't give a release date for these two versions of the game.

For those who don't know, "Volgarr the Viking" is a 16-bit action side-scroller. The game features simple controls that are easy to learn, but offers a high level of challenge. The game brings back the challenge that retro games used to offer. The game was originally released for non-Nintendo system in 2013.
     

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Character Trailer Introducing Liber and Garnet From the 3DS Game "The Legend of Legacy"


Check out the new trailer for Atlus' game "The Legend of Legacy." This trailer introduces Liber the treasure hunter and Garnet the Templar knight. Here is a short description of each character:

Liber 
A treasure hunter with a penchant for danger, and also profiting off said danger, Liber is coming to Avalon not for a noble cause, but rather to line his pockets. Being the resourceful adventurer, Liber is one of the strongest supports in the game and excels with bare fists, short swords, and spears. Plus, Liber has a strong affinity for the wind element. 
Garnet 
A trained templar knight, Garnet is loyal to her holy order, and is exploring Avalon to stamp out the heretics spreading blasphemous rumors about gods returning to the mortal realm. Garnet has balanced offense and defense, making her versatile in party formations. She prefers long swords and shields, and she doesn’t have any elemental affinities at all.