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  1. 3DS eShop Thread

    3DS Download Software * Fossil Fighters Frontier, Nintendo – £34.99 (€39.99) Dig into Fossil Fighters Frontier! In this exciting RPG, play as a young Fossil Warden protecting precious Fossil Parks across the world from a cruel villain, Dr. Baron von Blackraven, who is intent on ruling the world using the power of Vivosaurs – extra powerful and extra colourful dinosaurs! Awaiting you in-game will be a huge 3D world with hidden riches to discover while travelling around in your customisable Bone Buggy vehicle. Track down precious fossils, excavate them, before watching them revive into Vivosaurs. You can then send these Vivosaurs – of which there are over 80 to discover in-game – into turn-based battles to take on your enemies. 3DS HOME Menu Themes * Pokémon: Eevee Collection, The Pokémon Company – £1.79 (€1.99) Eevee and all eight of its evolved forms gather together in an adorable, colourful theme. It’s an Eevee lover’s dream come true! * Pokémon: Mega Charizard X, The Pokémon Company – £1.79 (€1.99) This majestic blue-and-red theme features Mega Charizard X surrounded by a raging storm of fire and lightning. * Pokémon Shuffle, The Pokémon Company – £1.79 (€1.99) An adorable theme based on the Pokémon Shuffle puzzle game. Scroll the Touch Screen to see more familiar faces appear. * Splatoon: Inkredible Theme, Nintendo – £1.79 (€1.99) A colourful, ink-splattered celebration of all things Splatoon. Scroll the Touch Screen to see Judd’s match-calling moves. 3DS eShop Temporary Discounts Heart Beaten (Spring Loaded, €2.33 / £2.00 until 4th June, €1.09 / £1.00 until 4th June for users who have already downloaded Space Lift Danger Panic! with the same Nintendo Network ID - normally €3.49 / £2.99) Space Lift Danger Panic! (Spring Loaded, €1.65 / £1.29 until 4th June, €0.80 / £0.65 until 4th June for users who have already downloaded Space Lift Danger Panic! with the same Nintendo Network ID - normally €2.49/ £1.99) Angry Bunnies (Cypronia, €2.92 / £2.69 until 25th June, normally €6.49 / £5.99) Bubble Pop World (Cypronia, €3.74 / £3.35 until 25th June, normally €4.99 / £4.49) Color Zen (Cypronia, €2.24 / £2.24 until 25th June, normally €2.99 / £2.99) Color Zen Kids (Cypronia, €2.24 / £2.24 until 25th June, normally €2.99 / £2.99) Fishdom H2O: Hidden Odyssey (Cypronia, €3.74 / £3.35 until 25th June, normally €4.99 / £4.49) My Style Studio: Hair Salon (Cypronia, €3.74 / £3.35 until 25th June, normally €4.99 / £4.49) My Style Studio: Notebook (Cypronia, €2.39 / £2.15 until 25th June, normally €2.99 / £2.69) 3DS eShop Permanent Price Drop SteamWorld Dig (Image & Form, £6.99, was £7.99)
  2. Wii U General Discussion

    It's really $h1tty of Capcom to do this. Nintendo paid for this exclusive, helped make it happen just like Revelations and this is how we're repaid. F*ck them. They gave us 2 ports on the Wii U, MH3U and Revelations, nothing else. I hope they die and Nintendo buys their remains.
  3. Wii U eShop Thread

    My bad. I looked up a site and it said only Germany and the UK. Not a whole lot happening for Wii U this week. There's Splatoon, High Strangeness and a demo for SDK Paint. The VC NES games aren't great and the discounted games are beyond crap. Just waiting on the official press release. Wii U Download Software * High Strangeness, Midnight City – £8.99 (€9.99) High Strangeness is a hybrid of 8 and 16 bit games – a 12 bit adventure. The inspiration of the game comes from many Action-Adventure and RPG games of yesteryear. The game’s core ability is to switch between 8 and 16 bit worlds and the player uses their generational differences to solve puzzles and explore the universe. Throughout the game your pixel art perspective of the world will be infused with visions of watercolour illustrations that shed some light on your mysterious surroundings. The chiptune soundtrack by Dino Lionetti and Rich Vreeland backs up the aesthetic of the world and sets the mood for strange happenings. * Splatoon, Nintendo – £31.49 (€35.99) until 4th June 2015 for those that have downloaded the Splatoon Global Testfire on the same Wii U, normally £34.99 (€39.99) It’s splat or be splatted! Take to the turf for a brand new kind of battle in Splatoon, only on Wii U. Go up against players from around the globe in thrilling 4-vs-4 online multiplayer matches, where your teamwork and tactics need to be as sharp as your shooting. Take control of an Inkling, a unique species capable of switching between human and squid forms, in this distinctive action shooter. Wii U Download Demo * SDK Paint, Hullbreach Studios – Free SDK Paint takes a unique approach to Wii U artwork creation, by stacking five layers onto the artwork canvas. Each layer can independently be utilized to create the next masterpiece. By combining the artistic modes (Normal Paint, Noisy Paint, Smudge, and Spraycan), the numerous filters (Blur, Negate, Lighten, Darken, etc.), the shaders (Pattern Fill, Flood Fill, Texture, etc.), and the tools (Gridlines, Stencils, Drag, Swap, etc.), the possibilities of what the stylus can paint onto the canvas are endless. Don’t worry if you make a mistake, ten levels of Undo will help with that! If the artwork needs fine precision then just zoom the canvas. A large colour palette, with dragging support, lets artists easily choose exactly the colour desired, and a Dropper tool makes identifying previous colours a simple task. The features don’t end with just painting, either. How does the artwork look on a wall? Explore the retro 3D Galleries to see all 18 paintings framed on the walls. Is the artwork ready show off? Jump into the Sharing area and prepare it for either 2D or anaglyph 3D (special glasses required – SDK Paint supports 3D viewing by use of anaglyph 3D glasses. While, these are not required, they do enhance the experience.) posting of screenshots to Miiverse. Show the world your inner artist. Virtual Console (Wii U) * Flying Warriors, Culture Brain – £3.49 (€4.99) In Culture Brain’s classic platform adventure, you are Rick Stalker, a kung-fu master who must defeat the Tusk Warriors – evil soldiers who want to resurrect the demon lord Demonyx! In the main single player game, battle through side-scrolling stages in Journey Mode, and fight enemies in the one-on-one Battle Mode. Transform into a Flying Warrior to use magic spells, or switch to an ally when the going gets tough. Alternatively, try Tournament Mode for up to eight players to challenge each other’s combat skills. This is the US version of the game. * Little Ninja Brothers, Culture Brain – £3.49 (€4.99) Little Ninja Brothers is the second in a series from Kung-Fu Heroes developer Culture Brain. Join Jack and Ryu on an adventure with action and role-playing elements, as you defeat the Yoma Clan and bring peace to Chinaland. Journey across the land – exploring cities and building up your items and weapons by visiting shops – and battle any enemies you encounter with hand-to-hand combat. Invite a friend along to share the skirmishes in two-player mode, and take a break from adventuring with various sporting events. This is the US version of the game. Wii U eShop Temporary Discounts BLOK DROP U (RCMADIAX, €0.74 / £0.64 until 25th June, normally €1.49 / £1.29) BLOK DROP X TWISTED FUSION (RCMADIAX, €1.45 / £1.30 until 25th June, normally €2.99 / £2.69) TABLETOP GALLERY (RCMADIAX, €2.20 / £2.00 until 4th June, normally €4.49 / £4.09) Angry Bunnies: Colossal Carrot Crusade (Cypronia, €3.14 / £2.69 until 25th June, normally €6.99 / £5.99) Cake Ninja 3: The Legend Continues (Cypronia, €3.69 / £3.33 until 25th June, normally €4.99 / £4.49) Color Zen (Cypronia, €2.24 / £2.24 until 25th June, normally €2.99 / £2.99) Color Zen Kids (Cypronia, €2.24 / £2.24 until 25th June, normally €2.99 / £2.99) My Style Studio: Hair Salon (Cypronia, €3.74 / £3.35 until 25th June, normally €4.99 / £4.49) My Style Studio: Notebook (Cypronia, €2.39 / £2.15 until 25th June, normally €2.99 / £2.69)
  4. Wii U General Discussion

    Yes. It's a great game. The graphics back on the Gamecube were brilliant. If you played the Remake, the graphics are the same. Some people didn't like the leech like creatures. Your headline is flawed. It's coming out on PS3 and XBOX360.
  5. Wii U General Discussion

    http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2015/05/capcom_is_bringing_the_nintendo_exclusive_resident_evil_zero_to_every_modern_gaming_system_but_the_wii_u Another kick in the balls. This is why Nintendo let Megaman in Smash Bros.?
  6. Wii U General Discussion

    Yes, that should work no problem. 2 TB's is the limit for Wii U. Although it seems a bit like overkill. I've 2 500GB hard drives, One meant for use and the other for backup, though I haven't made any copies yet. Even if you went digital only you'd never fill 2TB's. Unless you plan to use it for something else in the future.
  7. Splatoon

    Splatoon Music Samples Playlist ?rel=0&autoplay=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> Music is an aspect that I've heard a few times mentioned before in previews. While what's there is great, there's supposedly not enough of it and it's repeated a lot. Can anyone with review copies confirm or deny this? @Mr\-Paul
  8. Super Smash Bros. 3DS / Wii U

    http://www.gamnesia.com/news/super-smash-bros.-has-something-big-coming-to-ceo-2015 [TWEET]602645746446282752[/TWEET]
  9. Mario Kart League 2015

    I'm in.
  10. Yoshi's Woolly World (June 26th)

    Yoshi's Woolly World - Full Game Impressions Discussion w/ Nintendaan (Wii U)
  11. Splatoon

  12. Splatoon

    Nope. I'll try that later. Thanks.
  13. Wii U General Discussion

    The attack remark wasn't aimed at you. : peace: Everyone has their opinion. I don't regard Mario 3D World as large scale. DKC: TF? I don't know. It's not small but it's not massive either. It's a sequel to what Retro Studios last worked on. MK8 is surely large scale especially when you factor the DLC. NintendoLand? Definitely not. Yoshi's Woolly World I wouldn't call massive but I'm still very much looking forward to it.
  14. Wii U General Discussion

    @dazzybee I have great taste in games. How many big budget, large scale games have there been on Wii U? Zelda and Xenoblade Chronicles X? Neither of which are out. Smash Bros. and Mario Kart 8 as well. Excuse me if I left out any. You could argue MH3U but that's a port and Pikmin 3, that's been in some form since the Wii. What started out on the Wii U where Nintendo said let's go big on this? Just those 4 and unless some other projects that we've yet to find out about and were started long ago, there won't be any more. They won't start anything big now for Wii U that's for sure. Look at all the cookie-cutter, smaller scale, short and platform games there's been. I'm not saying they're bad but there's very little that's ambitious. Splatoon? That's TBD. Ready.Set. Attack!!!
  15. Splatoon

    Just realised that if the game doesn't arrive in Fridays post then it'll be Tuesday at the earliest that I'll get it because of the bank holiday here. Better not happen. Still haven't got aresponse to my e-mails from them. I'll chew their heads off if it's late. Kirby was ordered and despatched before 9a.m. on Friday from thegamecollection so I'll see how long that takes. Another company took well over a week to deliver Watch Dogs. Thegamecollection are normally good so I hope they don't let me down. Definitely won't get it Thursday like some of ye.
  16. Yoshi's Woolly World (June 26th)

    Yoshi's Woolly World file size is 7.2GB's.
  17. Art Academy

    https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Wii-U/Art-Academy-Atelier-893364.html#Overview Check out the gallery for various screenshots. https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Games/Wii-U/Art-Academy-Atelier-893364.html#Gallery
  18. Splatoon

    Nintendo infographic: How to tell if you're a Squid(or a kid now) http://store.nintendo.co.uk/games/wii-u/splatoon/infographic.list
  19. Wii U General Discussion

    That Unity 5 support will be good news for games like Little Devil Inside. Now, I think Nintendo's announcement a while back that this E3 will focus on games released in 2015 is a way of stealthily hiding the fact that the NX will come out after E3 2016 and in time for Christmas. Just my thoughts but I can see the next major Direct after this E3 will be in January 2016 where they'll say they're focusing on games releasing in the first half of 2016. Then when E3 comes around, they'll announce show the NX, there'll be a trickle of releases left for Wii U at that point but from their main focus even now is on getting the successor right and the games ready. The way they're doing things now means that they don't have to announce games for 2017 on the Wii U. And they won't because there aren't any. Xenoblade Chronicles X was first shown in January of 2013, 2+ years on and it's only been released in Japan and promised for the end of 2015 for the rest of the world. The same with Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem and that's not even close to being out yet. Similarly other games were announced 2 years before release like Smash Bros. and Maro Kart 8. Where's the next wave of games being promised 2 years down the road? Anybody agree or care to share their thoughts?
  20. Project CARS

    @Zechs Merquise This games probable cancellation is more of what I was talking about the other day. And as others have posted above, Nintendo should have listened to what third parties wanted, taken their views into consideration and released more powerful hardware.
  21. Splatoon

    I don't see why the training area from the Global Testfire Demo can't be played about offline and unlocked now. It would help people get used to the movement and mechanics of the game. It might also help convince some potential buyers and allow those who missed out on the sessions to experience something at least. It would only require a key...
  22. Wii U eShop Thread

    It is a bit annoying that theirs no press release today. They could have easily had it prepared. There's 28 members of the EU and everyone has to miss out because of 1 country. In all of Europe there's only 2 countries having a bank holiday today, Germany and the UK. Will NOE go on hiatus for Ireland's bank holiday next Monday?
  23. Wii U eShop Thread

    No update today is probably due to the bank holiday in Germany(Whit Monday).
  24. Splatoon

    New Splatoon .52 Gal Weapon Trailer
  25. Project CARS

    http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2015/05/project_cars_studio_boss_admits_to_problems_with_wii_u_version_hoping_for_nintendo_hardware_announcement_at_e3 http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/showthread.php?27584-Project-Cars-Sales-figures&p=940298&viewfull=1#post940298 https://mobile.twitter.com/Phazon4G/status/602764309316374529 Well that's not good. We've never seen a single Wii U screenshot or video clip.