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No download news this week yet?? Is this a sign of things to come? What is going on?

 

Apparently NoE are sending out the PR on Thursdays now.

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9th March;

 

3DS Retail Download

Mario Sports Superstars (Nintendo, €39.99 / £34.99) – Available on Friday 10th of March.

 

3DS Demos

YO-KAI WATCH 2 Special Demo BONUS CODE (Nintendo, free) – download by 06/04/2017: Download code for the theme YO-KAI WATCH®: Hovernyan for Nintendo 3DS. The download code is valid until 30/04/2017.

BOXBOY! Series Demo Version (Nintendo, free)

 

3DS eShop

Blaster Master Zero (Inti Creates, €9.99 / £8.99)

Mini Sports Collection (Rainy Frog, €4.99 / £4.49)

 

New Nintendo 3DS eShop

PINK DOT BLUE DOT (RCMADIAX, €1.49 / £1.39)

 

3DS eShop DLC

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 – GV1 Song Set #1 (Inti Creates, €0.99 / £0.89)

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 – GV1 Song Set #2 (Inti Creates, €0.99 / £0.89)

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 – GV1 Song Set #3 (Inti Creates, €0.99 / £0.89)

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 – GV1 Song Set #4 (Inti Creates, €0.99 / £0.89)

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 – Missions – Merak & Carrera (Inti Creates, €1.89 / £1.69)

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 – Missions – Jota & Elise (Inti Creates, €1.89 / £1.69)

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 – Missions – Viper & Stratos (Inti Creates, €1.89 / £1.69)

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 – Missions – Ultimate Challenge (Inti Creates, €1.89 / £1.69)

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 – Extra Mode – Speedrun Mode (Inti Creates, €1.89 / £1.69)

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2 – New Song – Stratosphere (Inti Creates, €0.99 / £0.89)

 

3DS eShop Temporary Discounts

Atlantic Quest (Joindots, €4.89 / £3.49 until 23rd March, regular price €6.99 / £4.99)

3D Game Collection (Joindots, €5.59 / £3.99 until 16th March, regular price €6.99 / £4.99)

Secret Agent Files: Miami (Joindots, €5.59 / £4.19 until 23rd March, regular price €7.99 / £5.99)

Dan McFox: Head Hunter (Lightwood Games, €1.99 / £1.59 until 23rd March, regular price €2.49 / £1.99)

Splat The Difference (Lightwood Games, €3.00 / £2.70 until 23rd March, regular price €5.00 / £4.50)

European Conqueror 3D (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.99 / £1.99 until 24th March, regular price €3.99 / £3.99)

KAMI (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.49 / £1.49 until 24th March, regular price €2.99 / £2.99)

Parking Star 3D (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.49 / £1.49 until 24th March, regular price €2.99 / £2.99)

Quell Memento (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.99 / £1.99 until 24th March, regular price €3.99 / £3.99)

Quell Reflect (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.99 / £1.99 until 24th March, regular price €3.99 / £3.99)

Samurai Defender (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.49 / £1.49 until 24th March, regular price €2.99 / £2.99)

Lionel City Builder 3D: Rise of the Rails (Big John Games, €3.99 / £3.59 until 30th March, regular price €4.99 / £4.49)

 

3DS eShop Permanent Discount

Goosebumps: The Game (Game Mill, €9.99 / £7.50, was €19.99 / £14.99)

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3DS eShop 16th of March releases

 

3DS eShop

Frontier Days – Founding Pioneers (CIRCLE Entertainment, €5.99 / £5.79)

Kung Fu FIGHT! (Nostatic Games, €2.25 / £1.99)

Parascientific Escape: Gear Detective (CIRCLE Entertainment, €5.00)

 

New Nintendo 3DS

6180 the moon (Turtle Cream, €3.99 / £3.59)

Double Breakout (nuGAME, €7.00 / £6.00)

DON’T CRASH GO (RCMADIAX, €1.49 / £1.39)

FOUR BOMBS (RCMADIAX, €1.49 / £1.39)

 

3DS eShop Temporary Discounts

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse (Deep Silver, €27.99 / £24.49 until 23rd March, regular price €39.99 / £34.99)

7th Dragon III Code: VFD (Deep Silver, €29.99 / £26.24 until 23rd March, regular price €39.99 / £34.99)

Snow Moto Racing 3D (Zordix AB, €5.99 / £5.39 until 23rd March, regular price €7.99 / £7.19)

Alien on the Run (Joindots, €3.34 / £2.80 until 30th March, regular price €4.99 / £4.19)

Crazy Construction (Joindots, €4.68 / £3.34 until 30th March, regular price €6.99 / £4.99)

Football Up Online (Joindots, €2.95 / £2.65 until 13th April, regular price €3.99 / £3.59)

 

3DS eShop Permanent Discounts

Disney 2-Pack Frozen / Big Hero 6 Combo (GameMill, €19.99 / £14.99, was €29.99 / £19.99)

Hyperlight EX (CatfishBlues Games, €2.99 / £2.49, was €4.99 / £4.59)

 

3DS HOME Themes

Crollors Yellow Green Theme (NVriezen, €0.99 / £0.80)

JC towards the black meteorite (Atlantyca, €0.99 / £0.89)

I Saurini al meteorite nero (Atlantyca, €0.99)

JC laugh together (Atlantyca, €0.99 / £0.89)

I Saurini ridono insieme (Atlantyca, €0.99)

Jurassic Cubs and Nichus (Atlantyca, €1.49 / £1.39)

I Saurini e Nichus (Atlantyca, €1.49)

JC 3pack – Number 3 (Atlantyca, €2.49 / £2.29)

I Saurini 3 pack Numero 3 (Atlantyca, €2.49)

Hello Kitty during Spring (Sanrio, €0.99 / £0.89)

Hello Kitty with her friend (Sanrio, €0.99 / £0.89)

Hello Kitty at the cinema (Sanrio, €0.99 / £0.89)

Hello Kitty punk rock (Sanrio, €0.99 / £0.89)

Yoshiwara Lament (DWANGO, €1.99 / £1.79)

Poppippo (DWANGO, €1.99 / £1.79)

Rin-chan Now! (DWANGO, €1.99 / £1.79)

Paintër (DWANGO, €1.99 / £1.79)

Alien Alien (DWANGO, €1.99 / £1.79)

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3DS eShop 16th of March releases

 

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse (Deep Silver, €27.99 / £24.49 until 23rd March, regular price €39.99 / £34.99)

7th Dragon III Code: VFD (Deep Silver, €29.99 / £26.24 until 23rd March, regular price €39.99 / £34.99)

 

Might pickup SMT4A at that price. Anybody got any thoughts on 7th Dragon?

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Might pickup SMT4A at that price. Anybody got any thoughts on 7th Dragon?

 

Unfortunately, I didn't enjoy the demo. However, it's probably still there, so worth giving a go before you buy.

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Might pickup SMT4A at that price. Anybody got any thoughts on 7th Dragon?

 

It's a good price, the physical version is sold out everywhere and it's around £40... I bought it but I haven't played it yet though I can say one thing for certain; with Yuzo Kushiro involved, the soundtrack should be nothing short of spectacular. :D

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It's a good price, the physical version is sold out everywhere and it's around £40...

 

Figured I would mention it here as you guys were talking about it but Shopto have just got both 7th Dragon and SMT4A both in stock (£29.86). I've been after 7th Dragon for ages now but wasn't really fussed about SMT. Still, I ended up ordering them both. :D The orders are taking a while to process so i'm hoping it's not a mistake or something....

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Figured I would mention it here as you guys were talking about it but Shopto have just got both 7th Dragon and SMT4A both in stock (£29.86). I've been after 7th Dragon for ages now but wasn't really fussed about SMT. Still, I ended up ordering them both. :D The orders are taking a while to process so i'm hoping it's not a mistake or something....

 

Thank you! :D

 

As it happens, I still had it on back order from when I placed it figuring I would wait before I got the second hand copy, so it looks like I've got a sealed one for the collection but I went for SMT IV Apocalypse as well for that price. :)

 

The orders took about 10 - 15 mins to process for me as well, but all sorted now. :grin:

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23rd of March 3DS eShop releases;

 

3DS eShop

Bye-Bye BOXBOY! (HAL Laboratory, €4.99 / £4.49)

Sudoku Party (Lightwood Games, €4.99 / £4.50 or free if you own the Wii U version)

SubaraCity (CIRCLE Entertainment, €3.99 / £3.89)

 

Nindies Celebration Sale – 3DS eShop (All until 6th April)

SteamWorld Heist (Image & Form, £5.49, regular price £10.99)

SteamWorld Dig (Image & Form, £2.79, regular price £6.99)

Crimson Shroud (Level-5, £3.59, regular price £7.19)

Attack of the Friday Monsters! A Tokyo Tale (Level-5, £3.59, regular price £7.19)

Weapon Shop de Omasse (Level-5, £3.59, regular price £7.19)

SEVERED (Drinkbox Studios, £5.99, regular price £11.99)

Nano Assault EX (Shin’en Multimedia, £5.94, regular price £8.49)

Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse (WayForward, £7.99, regular price £15.99)

Mutant Mudds (Renegade Kid, £5.66, regular price £8.09)

Xeodrifter (Renegade Kid, £5.59, regular price £7.99)

Retro City Rampage: DX (Vblank Entertainment, £3.99, regular price £7.99)

Gunman Clive (Hörberg Productions, £0.99, regular price £1.99)

Gunman Clive 2 (Hörberg Productions, £1.25, regular price £2.50)

Siesta Fiesta (Mojo Bones, £0.99, regular price £3.99)

escapeVektor (Nnooo, £2.99, regular price £5.99)

OlliOlli (Curve Digital, £1.59, regular price £7.99)

Colors! 3D (Collection Smiles, £2.69, regular price £5.39)

EDGE (Two Tribes, £0.60 regular price £1.79)

Toki Tori 3D (Two Tribes, £0.60 regular price £1.79)

Tappingo 2 (CIRCLE Entertainment, £1.99, regular price £2.99)

Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures (ScrewAttack Games, £4.49, regular price £8.99)

Picross e7 (Jupiter, £3.15, regular price £4.59)

Super Little Acorns 3D Turbo (Pixel Toys, £2.39, regular price £4.99)

KORG DSN-12 (DETUNE, £12.49, regular price £24.99)

 

3DS eShop Temporary Discounts

Resident Evil Revelations (Capcom, €8.99 until 6th April, regular price €29.99)

Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D (Capcom, € 3.99 until 6th April, regular price €9.99)

Super Street Fighter IV 3D (Capcom, €7.99 until 6th April, regular price €19.99)

Mega Man Legacy Collection (Capcom, €7.90 until 6th April, regular price €14.99)

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice (Capcom, €19.99 until 6th April, regular price €29.99)

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy (Capcom, €14.99 until 6th April, regular price €29.99)

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies (Capcom, €9.99 until 6th April, regular price €24.99)

Rune Factory 4 (XSEED Games, €19.49 until 31st March, regular price €29.99)

Corpse Party (XSEED Games, €19.49 until 31st March, regular price €29.99)

Exile’s End (XSEED Games, €4.99 until 31st March, regular price €9.99)

Aqua Moto Racing 3D (Zordix AB, €5.99 until 30th March, regular price €7.99)

The Legend of Dark Witch: Chronicle 2D ACT (CIRCLE Entertainment, €2.99 until 13th April, regular price €3.99)

Touch Battle Tank – Tag Combat (CIRCLE Entertainment, €2.99 until 13th April, regular price €3.99)

Witch & Hero (CIRCLE Entertainment, €2.99 until 13th April, regular price €3.99)

Witch & Hero 2 (CIRCLE Entertainment, €2.99 until 13th April, regular price €3.99)

Epic Word Search Holiday Special (Lightwood Games, €3.99 until 20th April, regular price €7.99)

Fantasy Pirates (EnjoyUp Games, €1.35 until 20th April, regular price €4.50)

RV-7 My Drone (EnjoyUp Games, €0.89 until 20th April, regular price €2.99)

Toys vs. Monsters (EnjoyUp Games, €1.19 until 20th April, regular price €3.99)

Van Helsing sniper Zx100 (EnjoyUp Games, €1.99 until 20th April, regular price €6.66)

Funfair Party Games (Joindots, €5.59 until 6th April, regular price €6.99)

Jewel Match 3 (Joindots, €5.59 until 6th April, regular price €6.99)

Pazuru (Joindots, €2.99 until 6th April, 3DS eShop, regular price €5.99)

 

3DS DLC

Swapdoodle – Cherry Blossom Stationery (Nintendo, free)

Swapdoodle – Deco Letters (Nintendo, €2.99)

Swapdoodle – Bakery Blends Pen Set (Nintendo, €1.99)

 

3DS eShop Demo

Plantera (Ratalaika Games, free)

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This week's 3DS releases, 30th March;

 

3DS eShop

Go! Go! Kokopolo 3D (CIRCLE Entertainment, €5.99 / £5.79)

Urban Trial Freestyle 2 (Tate Multimedia, €6.99 / £6.29)

Pic-a-Pix Colour (Lightwood Games, €5.00 / £4.50 or free if you download the Wii U version)

 

New Nintendo 3DS eShop

Super Destronaut 3D (Petite Games, €1.99 / £1.79)

Pinball Breakout (nuGAME, €7.00 / £6.00)

FIFTEEN (RCMADIAX, €1.49 / £1.39)

 

3DS DLC

Pic-a-Pix Colour – Small Puzzles 1 (Lightwood Games, €1.99 / £1.99)

Pic-a-Pix Colour – Mixed Puzzles 1 (Lightwood Games, €1.99 / £1.99)

Pic-a-Pix Colour – Large Puzzles 1 (Lightwood Games, €1.99 / £1.99)

 

3DS eShop Temporary Discounts

Word Search by POWGI (Lightwood Games, €6.39 / £4.79 until 6th April, regular price €7.99 / £5.99)

Fairune 2 (CIRCLE Entertainment, €5.59 / £5.51 until 20th April, regular price €6.99 / £6.89)

Gourmet Dream (CIRCLE Entertainment, €3.99 / £3.83 until 20th April, regular price €5.00 / £4.79)

Mercenaries Saga 3 (CIRCLE Entertainment, €4.79 / £4.71 until 20th April, regular price €5.99 / £5.89)

Noah’s Cradle (CIRCLE Entertainment, €3.48 / £2.78 until 20th April, regular price €4.99 / £3.99)

Polara (CIRCLE Entertainment, €3.49 / £3.48 until 20th April, regular price €5.00 / £4.99)

The Legend of Dark Witch 2 (CIRCLE Entertainment, €5.59 / £5.51 until 20th April, regular price €6.99 / £6.89)

Chain Blaster (Joindots, €3.34 / £2.80 until 13th April, regular price €4.99 / £4.19)

Jump Trials Supreme (Joindots, €3.34 / £2.80 until 13th April, regular price €4.99 / £4.19)

Undead Bowling (Joindots, €4.68 / £3.34 until 13th April, regular price €6.99 / £4.99)

Pixel Paint (Rainy Frog, €2.99 / £2.99 until 27th April, regular price €3.99 / £3.99)

4 Elements (MSL, €1.00 / £0.90 until 27th April, regular price €11.99 / £10.79)

Azada (MSL, €1.00 / £0.90 until 27th April, regular price €11.99 / £10.79)

Hidden Expedition Titanic (MSL, €1.00 / £0.90 until 27th April, regular price €11.99 / £10.79)

Jewel Quest 4 Heritage (MSL, €1.00 / £0.90 until 27th April, regular price €11.99 / £10.79)

Jewel Quest Mysteries 3 – The Seventh Gate (MSL, €1.00 / £0.90 until 27th April, regular price €11.99 / £10.79)

Luxor (MSL, €1.00 / £0.90 until 27th April, regular price €11.99 / £10.79)

Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove (MSL, €1.00 / £0.90 until 27th April, regular price €11.99 / £10.79)

Mystery Case Files: Ravenhearst (MSL, €1.00 / £0.90 until 27th April, regular price €11.99 / £10.79)

Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst (MSL, €1.00 / £0.90 until 27th April, regular price €11.99 / £10.79)

Secret Mysteries in London (MSL, €1.00 / £0.90 until 27th April, regular price €11.99 / £10.79)

 

3DS eShop Permanent Discounts

Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations (Little Orbit, €9.99 / £8.99, regular price €29.99 / £24.99)

Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom (Little Orbit, €4.99 / £4.49, regular price €9.99 / £6.99)

Barbie and her Sisters Puppy Rescue (Little Orbit, €9.99 / £8.99, regular price €19.99 / £17.99)

How to Train Your Dragon 2 (Little Orbit, €4.99 / £4.49, regular price €9.99 / £6.99)

Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends (Little Orbit, €9.99 / £8.99, regular price €19.99 / £17.99)

Monster High: New Ghoul in School (Little Orbit, €9.99 / £8.99, regular price €19.99 / £17.99)

The Penguins of Madagascar (Little Orbit, €4.99 / £4.49, regular price €9.99 / £6.99)

 

3DS eShop Demo

Urban Trial Freestyle 2 (Tate Multimedia, free)

Ambition of the Slimes (CIRCLE Entertainment, free)

 

3DS HOME Themes

Runbow: Bowhemoth Theme (13AM Games, €1.85 / £1.50)

Runbow: Music Theme (13AM Games, €1.85 / £1.50)

Runbow: Satura Theme (13AM Games, €1.85 / £1.50)

Runbow Theme (13AM Games, €1.85 / £1.50)

Geronimo Stilton Space Mission (Atlantyca, €1.99 / £1.79)

Bat Pat For a Love of Sonar (Atlantyca, €0.99 / £0.89)

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3DS eShop Permanent Discounts

Adventure Time: Finn and Jake Investigations (Little Orbit, €9.99 / £8.99, regular price €29.99 / £24.99)

Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom (Little Orbit, €4.99 / £4.49, regular price €9.99 / £6.99)

 

I'd been looking at the 3DS Adventure Time games. Quite a big price drop on Investigations. Both significantly cheaper than physical as far as I can see.

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I'd been looking at the 3DS Adventure Time games. Quite a big price drop on Investigations. Both significantly cheaper than physical as far as I can see.

 

Yeah, me, too. Investigations is a far better game than Secret of the Nameless Kingdom. So, my Wii U might have its swansong in the land of Ooo.

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6th April eShop goodies;

 

3DS eShop

Dragon Sinker (KEMCO, €9.99 / £8.99)

 

3DS Retail Download

Yo-kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits & Fleshy Souls (Level-5, €39.99 / £34.99 each) – Available from Friday, 7th April.

 

3DS Demo

Pic-a-pix Colour (Lightwood Games, free)

Fairune 2 (CIRCLE Entertainment, free)

 

3DS eShop Temporary Discounts

Escape from Zombie City (Tom Create, €1.49 / £1.34 until 27th April, regular price €2.99 / £2.69)

Ninja Battle Heroes (Tom Create, €0.99 / £0.89 until 27th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Runny Egg (Tom Create, €0.99 / £0.89 until 27th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Smash Cat Heroes (Tom Create, €1.24 / £0.99 until 27th April, regular price €2.49 / £1.99)

Johnny’s Payday Panic (Office Create, €1.99 / £1.49 until 20th April, regular price €3.99 / £2.99)

3D MahJongg (Joindots, €3.99 / £3.59 until 20th April, regular price €4.99 / £4.49)

Gardenscapes (Joindots, €6.39 / £4.79 until 20th April, regular price €7.99 / £5.99)

Safari Quest (Joindots, €3.49 / £2.49 until 20th April, regular price €6.99 / £4.99)

Murder on the Titanic (Joindots, €3.99 / £2.99 until 20th April, regular price €7.99 / £5.99)

Collide-a-Ball (STARSIGN, €1.49 / £1.49 until 27th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.99)

Ping Pong Trick Shot (STARSIGN, €1.49 / £1.49 until 27th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.99)

 

3DS ‘Just for You’ Offers

Fire Emblem: Awakening (Nintendo, €31.49 / £27.99 until 20th April, regular price €44.99 / £39.99)

Fire Emblem Fates (Nintendo, €31.49 / £27.99 until 20th April, regular price €44.99 / £39.99)

 

3DS DLC Temporary Discounts

Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright (Nintendo, €13.99 / £12.59 until 20th April, regular price €19.99 / £17.99)

Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest (Nintendo, €13.99 / £12.59 until 20th April, regular price €19.99 / £17.99)

Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation (Nintendo, €13.99 / £12.59 until 20th April, regular price €19.99 / £17.99)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map Pack 1 (Nintendo, €12.59 / £11.30 until 20th April, regular price €17.99 / £16.19)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map Pack 2 (Nintendo, €5.59 / £5.03 until 20th April, regular price €7.99 / £7.19)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map 2 – Boo Camp (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map 3 – Beach Brawl (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map 4 – Ghostly Gold (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map 5 – Museum Melee (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map 6 – Royal Royale (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map 7 – Hidden Truths 1 + 2 (Nintendo, €3.14 / £2.86 until 20th April, regular price €4.49 / £4.09)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map 8 – Vanguard Dawn (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map 9 – Anna on the Run (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map 10 – Ballistician Blitz (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: Map 12 – Witch’s Trial (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: I: In Endless Dreams (Nintendo, €0.34 / £0.34 until 20th April, regular price €0.49 / £0.49)

Fire Emblem Fates: II: Realms Collide (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: III: The Changing Tide (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: IV: Light’s Sacrifice (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: V: Endless Dawn (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: End: Lost in the Waves (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Champions Pack (Nintendo, €3.49 / £3.14 until 20th April, regular price €4.99 / £4.49)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Champions of Yore 1 (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Champions of Yore 2 (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Champions of Yore 3 (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Golden Pack (Nintendo, €4.19 / £3.77 until 20th April, regular price €5.99 / £5.39)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: The Golden Gaffe (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: EXPonential Growth (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Infinite Regalia (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Scramble Pack (Nintendo, €4.19 / £3.77 until 20th April, regular price €5.99 / £5.39)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Harvest Scramble (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Summer Scramble (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Hot-Spring Scramble (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Future Past Pack (Nintendo, €4.19 / £3.77 until 20th April, regular price €5.99 / £5.39)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: The Future Past 1 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: The Future Past 2 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: The Future Past 3 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Rogues Pack (Nintendo, €4.19 / £3.77 until 20th April, regular price €5.99 / £5.39)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Rogues & Redeemers 1 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Rogues & Redeemers 2 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Rogues & Redeemers 3 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Lost Bloodlines Pack (Nintendo, €4.19 / £3.77 until 20th April, regular price €5.99 / £5.39)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Lost Bloodlines 1 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Lost Bloodlines 2 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Lost Bloodlines 3 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Smash Pack (Nintendo, €4.19 / £3.77 until 20th April, regular price €5.99 / £5.39)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Smash Brethren 1 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Smash Brethren 2 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Smash Brethren 3 (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Challenge Pack (Nintendo, €4.19 / £3.77 until 20th April, regular price €5.99 / £5.39)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Death’s Embrace (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Five-Anna Firefight (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Roster Rescue (Nintendo, €1.74 / £1.60 until 20th April, regular price €2.49 / £2.29)

Fire Emblem Awakening AOC: Apotheosis (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

 

3DS HOME Themes

Yo-kai Watch: Hovernyan (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79)

Yo-kai Watch Kyubi & Venoct (Nintendo, €1.99 / £1.79)

 

3DS HOME Theme Temporary Discounts

Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: Two Kingdoms (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: The Men (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

Fire Emblem Fates: The Women (Nintendo, €1.39 / £1.25 until 20th April, regular price €1.99 / £1.79)

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13th of April releases;

 

3DS eShop

Team Kirby Clash Deluxe (Nintendo, free)

 

3DS eShop DLC

Team Kirby Clash Deluxe – 50 Gem Apples (Nintendo, €0.49 first time, then €0.69)

Team Kirby Clash Deluxe – 100 Gem Apples (Nintendo, €0.89 first time, then €1.29)

Team Kirby Clash Deluxe – 200 Gem Apples (Nintendo, €1.69 first time, then €2.39)

Team Kirby Clash Deluxe – 500 Gem Apples (Nintendo, €3.89 first time, then €5.49)

Team Kirby Clash Deluxe – 1000 Gem Apples (Nintendo, €9.99)

Team Kirby Clash Deluxe – 1500 Gem Apples (Nintendo, €14.99)

Team Kirby Clash Deluxe – 2150 Gem Apples (Nintendo, €19.99)

Pic-a-Pix Colour – Small Puzzles 2 (Lightwood Games, €1.99)

Pic-a-Pix Colour – Mixed Puzzles 2 (Lightwood Games, €1.99)

Pic-a-Pix Colour – Large Puzzles 2 (Lightwood Games, €1.99)

 

3DS eShop Demo

Mercenaries Saga 3 (CIRCLE Entertainment, free)

 

3DS eShop Temporary Discounts

Punch Club (tinyBuild Games, €6.99 until 20th April, regular price €9.99)

AeternoBlade (Corecell, €4.49 until 27th April, regular price €14.99)

Word Logic by POWGI (Lightwood Games, €7.19 until 27th April, regular price €8.99)

Virtue’s Last Reward (Rising Star Games, €12.49 until 20th April, regular price €24.99)

BIT.TRIP SAGA (Rising Star Games, €4.99 until 20th April, regular price €19.99)

Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi (Rising Star Games, €11.99 until 20th April, regular price €29.99)

Harvest Moon 3D: The Tale of Two Towns (Rising Star Games, €9.99 until 20th April, regular price €19.99)

Hometown Story (Rising Star Games, €7.49 until 20th April, regular price €29.99)

Shifting World (Rising Star Games, €4.99 until 20th April, regular price €19.99)

Super Black Bass 3D (Rising Star Games, €4.99 until 20th April, regular price €19.99)

Girls’ Fashion Shoot (Rising Star Games, €4.99 until 20th April, regular price €19.99)

Beyblade Evolution (Rising Star Games, €4.99 until 20th April, regular price €19.99)

Brilliant Hamsters! (Rising Star Games, €6.60 until 20th April, regular price €9.99)

Unholy Heights (Rising Star Games, €4.00 until 20th April, regular price €5.99)

Excave II: Wizard of the Underworld (Rising Star Games, €6.70 until 20th April, regular price €10.00)

Psycho Pigs (Rising Star Games, €5.30 until 20th April, regular price €7.99)

Sadame (Rising Star Games, €7.49 until until 20th April, regular price €14.99)

Around the World with Hello Kitty and Friends (Rising Star Games, €22.49 until 20th April, regular price €29.99)

Hello Kitty & Friends: Rockin’ World Tour (Rising Star Games, €22.49 until 20th April, regular price €29.99)

Hello Kitty and the Apron of Magic: Rhythm Cooking (Rising Star Games, €22.49 until 20th April, regular price €29.99)

Power Disc Slam (Chequered Cow Games, €2.19 until 27th April, regular price €5.49)

Real Heroes Firefighter 3D Download Edition (Zordix AB, €4.99 until 20th April, regular price €9.99)

Ash (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.99 until 27th April, regular price €3.99)

Glory of Generals (CIRCLE Entertainment, €3.49 until 27th April, regular price €6.99)

Glory of Generals The Pacific (CIRCLE Entertainment, (CIRCLE Entertainment, €3.49 until 27th April, regular price €6.99)

Karous – The Beast of Re:Eden (CIRCLE Entertainment, €2.99 until 27th April, regular price €5.99)

Toy Defense (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.99 until 27th April, regular price €3.99)

WAKEDAS (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.49 until 27th April, regular price €2.99)

3D Game Collection (Joindots, €5.24 until 4th May, regular price €6.99)

Coaster Creator 3D (Big John Games, €5.98 until 4th May, regular price €7.25)

Cube Creator 3D (Big John Games, €6.19 until 4th May, regular price €7.50)

Double Breakout (nuGAME, €4.90 until 11th May, regular price €7.00)

 

3DS HOME Themes

Pokémon: A Sinister Organization— Team Skull (Nintendo, €1.99)

Pokémon: Shiny Tapu Koko (Nintendo, €1.99)

SMILING FOR MIFFY BY MERCIS (Mercis/CPLG, €1.99)

BYE BYE MIFFY BY MERCIS (Mercis/CPLG, €1.99)

GARDENING WITH MIFFY BY MERCIS (Mercis/CPLG, €1.99)

MIFFY LOVES VEG BY MERCIS (Mercis/CPLG, €1.99)

MIFFY’S FRUIT BY MERCIS (Mercis/CPLG, €1.99)

Little Miss during Easter (Mister Men, €1.99)

MMLM pop art style (Mister Men, €1.99)

Hello Kitty with bunnies (Sanrio, €0.99)

Hello Kitty hugs (Sanrio, €0.99)

Jurassic Cubs among the stars (Animundi, €1.49)

The show of Ranu (Animundi, €0.99)

Jurassic Cubs ready to go (Animundi, €0.99)

Jurassic Cubs 3 pack Number 4 (Animundi, €2.49)

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Given the utter silence on here I guess nobody else downloaded and played Team Kirby Clash? I've been playing it on and off since the Direct and I love it. The game is Free To Play but I haven't spent a penny on it yet and have got loads out of it.

 

It plays exactly like the mini game from the 3DS game. You pick between a mage, sword fighter, hammer user and healer and set about taking on a boss battle. You can play with friends locally or let the AI help you out. You can also look for fighters who have played the game online. It will then download these to your game and allow them to fight with you for a few matches. I did this today and @RedShell popped into my game. I guess it grabs people from your friends list, which is nice.

 

You have a stamina bar at the top of the screen. This is how many times you can play the game before you need to wait for it to recharge. This can be speeded up by buying books from the shop with the in game currency. It also replenishes every time Kirby levels up, which will happen a lot. I think on my first go of the game I went up something like 10 levels ( 50 is the max ) before I ran out of stamina. The more you level up, the higher your stamina bar gets, which means more play time per session.

 

The in game currency is represented by apple gems. You can harvest apples every 12 hours. These are used for buying weapons or unlocking new stages.

You can also earn apple gems by completing the in game achievements. There are over 200 of these to complete, so you will have plenty of gems to go around, especially early on.

 

Like other Nintendo FTP games it seems there is a max of how much you can spend. I think it's something like £28 and then that will be your apple gem tree sorted. Didn't a Pokemon FTP game do this as well?

 

There are also 3 different gems to collect. Red blue and yellow. These are also needed to upgrade your weapons and armour but they are obtained from beating bosses or scanning amiibo. I'm gutted I don't have the new 3DS as I could have made a killing with my amiibo collection. :D

 

From what I can see, playing on certain days nets you better rewards. The other day I nabbed extra yellow gems and I think tomorrow has an increased rate from the red ones.

 

All of this probably sounds very complicated and messy but it's really not. If you love you some Kirby then give it a download. : peace:

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Given the utter silence on here I guess nobody else downloaded and played Team Kirby Clash? I've been playing it on and off since the Direct and I love it. The game is Free To Play but I haven't spent a penny on it yet and have got loads out of it.

 

It plays exactly like the mini game from the 3DS game. You pick between a mage, sword fighter, hammer user and healer and set about taking on a boss battle. You can play with friends locally or let the AI help you out. You can also look for fighters who have played the game online. It will then download these to your game and allow them to fight with you for a few matches. I did this today and @RedShell popped into my game. I guess it grabs people from your friends list, which is nice.

 

You have a stamina bar at the top of the screen. This is how many times you can play the game before you need to wait for it to recharge. This can be speeded up by buying books from the shop with the in game currency. It also replenishes every time Kirby levels up, which will happen a lot. I think on my first go of the game I went up something like 10 levels ( 50 is the max ) before I ran out of stamina. The more you level up, the higher your stamina bar gets, which means more play time per session.

 

The in game currency is represented by apple gems. You can harvest apples every 12 hours. These are used for buying weapons or unlocking new stages.

You can also earn apple gems by completing the in game achievements. There are over 200 of these to complete, so you will have plenty of gems to go around, especially early on.

 

Like other Nintendo FTP games it seems there is a max of how much you can spend. I think it's something like £28 and then that will be your apple gem tree sorted. Didn't a Pokemon FTP game do this as well?

 

There are also 3 different gems to collect. Red blue and yellow. These are also needed to upgrade your weapons and armour but they are obtained from beating bosses or scanning amiibo. I'm gutted I don't have the new 3DS as I could have made a killing with my amiibo collection. :D

 

From what I can see, playing on certain days nets you better rewards. The other day I nabbed extra yellow gems and I think tomorrow has an increased rate from the red ones.

 

All of this probably sounds very complicated and messy but it's really not. If you love you some Kirby then give it a download. : peace:

 

TBH, anything with the FTP setup is a big massive turn-off for me. It's a shame, because I loved the mini-game in Planet Robobot.

 

I suppose I'll give it a chance. Maybe I could convince @Dcubed and his sister to have a bash with me.

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So there's no proper online multiplayer? I think I'll pass. I'm more interested in the isometric game they showed.

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So there's no proper online multiplayer? I think I'll pass. I'm more interested in the isometric game they showed.

 

Yeah, I was a little disappointed by the lack of online multiplayer but I suppose it's kinda expected.

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20th April 3DS eShop goodies;

 

New Nintendo 3DS eShop

Breakout Defense (nuGAME, €7.00 / £6.00)

 

3DS Demo

Blasting Agent: Ultimate Edition (Ratalaika Games, free)

 

3DS eShop Temporary Discounts

Farming Simulator 14 (Focus Home Interactive, €7.49 / £4.99 until 4th May, regular price €29.99 / £19.99)

Epic Word Search Collection (Lightwood Games, €5.99 / £4.49 until 4th May, regular price €7.99 / £5.99)

Epic Word Search Collection 2 (Lightwood Games, €5.99 / £4.49 until 4th May, regular price €7.99 / £5.99)

Splat The Difference (Lightwood Games, €4.00 / £3.60 until 4th May, regular price €5.00 / £4.50)

Dan McFox: Head Hunter (Lightwood Games, €1.66 / £1.33 until 18th May, regular price €2.49 / £1.99)

Fairune (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.99 / £1.99 until 11th May, regular price €2.99 / £2.99)

Petit Novel series – Harvest December (CIRCLE Entertainment, €7.99 / £7.92 until 11th May, regular price €11.99 / £11.89)

Tappingo (CIRCLE Entertainment, €1.99 / £1.99 until 11th May, regular price €2.99 / £2.99)

Football Up 3D (EnjoyUp Games, €1.97 / £1.55 until 18th May, regular price €2.99 / £2.36)

Darts Up 3D (EnjoyUp Games, €1.49 / £1.34 until 18th May, regular price €2.99 / £2.69)

Blasting Agent: Ultimate Edition (Ratalaika Games, €2.39 / £2.15 until 27th April, regular price €2.99 / £2.69)

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I've been following the reviews of Kamiko which is due out this week on the Switch. In a couple of the reviews it was mentioned that the guys who made the game also made Fairune 1 and 2 on the 3DS. Seeing as I can't play Kamiko, and Fairune is only £1.99 on the eShop, I decided to give it a whirl and see what this developer has to offer.

 

The game looks like a more colourful version of the original Zelda. You play as a girl who travels around the overworld, top down style, just like Zelda. The map of the overworld is displayed on the top screen of the 3DS and this fills out as you enter new areas.

 

The battle system, if you can even call it that, is quite unique. At the very start of the game you have no weapon, so when you run into enemies they just bounce you around the area or block you off. The game doesn't allow them to do damage at this point. Shortly after the start of the game you will come across a sword and its then you can start making your way around the overworld.

 

You have 2 bars/meters for your character. One of them is your health and the other is experience. To gain experience you simply run into enemies. There is no battle screen or fighting menus, you just run into them and they die. While you gain experience points, you also lose health at the same time. If there is an enemy at a slightly higher level than you, you will gain a little more exp but lose a lot more health. Enemies that are a few levels above you will block your path and do damage to you, but you cannot defeat them. This is how the game kind of gates you off from areas.

 

You gain a mana stone early on in the game that allows you to plant health tree points at various parts of the maps and even in the dungeons. What this means is that you can plant this, kill a bunch of enemies and then quickly recharge your health. Rinse and repeat this method and you have a good way of leveling your character up and making progress very quickly.

 

Once you are above the levels of the enemies you can kill them without taking any damage and this is key to making progress in narrow dungeons. If you don't level up, then you will take damage quickly and probably end up dying. This isn't a major issue because if you do die you still keep the exp earned and the game will just send you back a little gravestone on the overworld.

 

The game has a Metroid/Zelda type feel to it. As you level up you will unlock more and more of the overword. You will also then find more and more items to use. These items can be used to clear various paths on the map and, just like Zelda and Metroid, you get that lightbulb moment where you remember something you saw earlier and then you race back to it with your new item, which ends up unlocking a new path to take.

 

The game looks, plays and sounds great. Some of the tunes are really catchy and simplistic visual style used really adds to the charm of the game. The game doesn't overstay it's welcome and can be clocked in a couple of hours. I ended up finishing it in a single sitting as I found it to be so good.

 

Honestly, I think I got a massive bargain at the price of £1.99. I highly recommend people give it a go and i'll be looking to pick up the sequel very soon. If this game is anything to go by, then those with a Switch are in for a treat with Kamiko.

 

Here's a trailer for those who interested.

 

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I've been continuing to put more time into Team Kirby Clash Deluxe. I've managed to reach level 27 and got a stupidly good weapon at the moment. I came across some crystals which allow you to upgrade you weapons to DX versions. I nabbed 3 of them the other day and have been destroying bosses and getting platinum ranks ever since. I'm still loving the game.

 

I ended up buying Fairune 2 last night. I enjoyed the first game so much that I figured I would snap up the second one straight away. This left me with a bit of cash over so I decided to buy a VC game. I have never played Mole Mania or Kid Icarus: Myths and Monsters, so it was a toss up between those. I went with Kid Icarus.

 

There's plenty to keep me busy with the old 3DS. :D

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I've been continuing to put more time into Team Kirby Clash Deluxe. I've managed to reach level 27 and got a stupidly good weapon at the moment. I came across some crystals which allow you to upgrade you weapons to DX versions. I nabbed 3 of them the other day and have been destroying bosses and getting platinum ranks ever since. I'm still loving the game.

 

I've started playing this as well. (You've probably noticed that though)

 

Honestly, I'm not sure how people can stand playing this by themselves. After the first set of fights, there's a whole bunch of barriers thrown up to impede decent progress. Using Gem Apples to get better weapons? Now you don't have enough to open the next boss. Typical microtransaction based bull really.

 

The only way this becomes even remotely tolerable is the fact I've been playing the entirety of this game with @Ugh first aid.

Only the host uses up Vigour, so whenever one of us runs out, we just switch to the other person. So that's not an issue.

And because she mains Doctor Healmore (Computer AI sucks with Doctor Healmore, BTW), I don't have to use up my Apples buying equipment for that class. In return, she doesn't have to bother with Sword Hero stuff.

 

So I'd only recommend this game if you have friends.

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I've been following the reviews of Kamiko which is due out this week on the Switch. In a couple of the reviews it was mentioned that the guys who made the game also made Fairune 1 and 2 on the 3DS. Seeing as I can't play Kamiko, and Fairune is only £1.99 on the eShop, I decided to give it a whirl and see what this developer has to offer.

 

Thanks for the review, H-o-T. You've put Kamiko and the Fairune games on my radar.

 

I ended up buying Fairune 2 last night. I enjoyed the first game so much that I figured I would snap up the second one straight away. This left me with a bit of cash over so I decided to buy a VC game. I have never played Mole Mania or Kid Icarus: Myths and Monsters, so it was a toss up between those. I went with Kid Icarus.

 

If I recall correctly, that's quite a bit more challenging than the 3D Classics version of the original. It doesn't have the same inverted difficulty curve, but gets difficult later on.

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Thanks for the review, H-o-T. You've put Kamiko and the Fairune games on my radar.

 

Always happy to put some hidden gems on the radar of others. Here's hoping you enjoy them should you decide to purchase them.

 

I fired up Fairune 2 earlier. Gameplay seems to be the same but the map is a lot bigger. No doubt this will last longer than the original, which would explain the increase in price. I'm looking forward to diving further into the game.

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Always happy to put some hidden gems on the radar of others. Here's hoping you enjoy them should you decide to purchase them.

 

I fired up Fairune 2 earlier. Gameplay seems to be the same but the map is a lot bigger. No doubt this will last longer than the original, which would explain the increase in price. I'm looking forward to diving further into the game.

 

I forgot to say, this reminds me of a game I played called Legend of Dark Witch (by CIRCLE Entertainment). Not in terms of genre, just in terms of value. There wasn't a great deal to the gameplay, but it was so playable and very cheap. I didn't buy the sequel because I didn't feel the need for more, but it was a nice little platformer.

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