Amazon is now selling Wii U and 3DS eShop credit codes with denominations of $10, $20, $35, and $50. These are the standard amounts we have seen for the eshop so far, but there is something else that is interesting. They are also including new codes such as $5, $45, and $70. Could this imply something big is changing for the way Nintendo handles the eshop accounts? We will have to wait and see. It is possible we may even see the $5, $45, and $70 as cards in the future.
The SNES classic, Breath of Fire II is coming to the 3DS VC tomorrow
Take up the sword, and prepare for battle!
You are the last member of the Dragon clan, fighting to rid the world of a growing evil. A cast of unusual and exciting companions joins you in your adventures across a wondrous land full of magic and mystery. You’ll find strange mystic items, memorable monsters and exotic locations in your quest to conquer evil. There’s strategy and spellcasting galore in the hours of compelling action and adventure that awaits you!
This unprecedented shipment shows Nintendo has a lot of faith in these games.Pokémon Sun and Moon are going to be one of the biggest releases for Nintendo in recent years and this shows confidence in healthy sales.
The Pokémon Company and Nintendo have released a new trailer showing of start Pokémon Z-moves and other amazing new content For Pokémon Sun and Moon. You can check it out below. The reviews are already coming in and Pokémon Sun and Moon seems to be a hit critically.
Mega Man fans rejoice. Mega Man X3 comes to the 3DS eshop tomorrow.
Join Mega Man X and Zero in a battle to save Dopple Town!
After discovering a virus that is turning intelligent and peaceful robots known as Reploids into rogue Mavericks, the scientist Dr. Doppler successfully creates an antivirus to the phenomenon. The reformed Reploids then move into Dopple Town, a place where humans and Reploids can live together in harmony. But when an outbreak occurs causing the Reploids to turn back into Mavericks, Maverick Hunters Mega Man X and Zero are sent to contain the situation.
Choose either Mega Man X or Zero as you run, jump, dash, scale walls, avoid obstacles, and fight enemies in eight challenging stages. At the end of each stage, defeat the boss to gain a special weapon that will aid you in the upcoming battles. Will you be the cure for this latest outbreak?
This game is only playable in 2D.
This is my personal favourite of the Mega Man x series and I hope you all enjoy it!
It is that season again, Black Friday “let’s go into debt once again for great deals” season. Well, one not to be outdone by other companies, Nintendo as done another move to make you scramble to your local retailer for a “once in a blue moon” opportunity. Not only is the Mini NES on its way for a limited time, Now there are two new models of the New Nintendo 3DS hitting store shelves this Black Friday. This author wishes there was a deal on the XL models. Oh Well.
New Nintendo 3DS System Available for Under $100 MSRP for the First Time on Black Friday
New Special-Edition System Comes in Black or White, Features Iconic Mushroom Kingdom Images
REDMOND, Wash., Nov. 7, 2016 – It’s a deal spelled out in black and white: For the first time ever, Nintendo’s popular hand-held New Nintendo 3DS video game system will be offered at a suggested retail price of $99.99. Two special-edition models – one black, one white, both featuring Mushroom Kingdom characters and imagery – will be available starting Nov. 25. This system, along with great software, will appeal to gift-givers and value shoppers alike.“Nintendo has some of the best gifts for the holiday season,” said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Whether you’re looking for games for the whole family, or a cool new system at a great value, Nintendo has you covered.”
For those of you who know me, I am a HUGE Animal Crossing fan. I have been playing since the release of the GameCube version. So when the Animal Crossing Nintendo Direct on November 2nd was revealed, I was excited. Once the Direct was over, there were still some questions, and since this is the second day after the direct, some of the online Animal Crossing community came up with a list of details not included in the Presentation. Here are a few of them.
Let’s clear up the selling of your town. You have to be Level 4 town to sell it.
You can sit on rocks
New Fortune cookie items (including Wii u and 3DS)
You can interact with things in front of you while sitting down
MEOW Coupons can be exchanged for 3000 bells each
Ability to silence people in Club Tortimer
New island minigames
Ability to sit on pillows
New villagers brought back from older AC games
Free weed removal service if you haven’t been to your town in a while by talking to Leif after returning
Nintendo 3DS image share can now be used in-game to upload pictures to Facebook/Twitter
Balloons no longer exclusively contain balloon furniture and can now drop any kind of furniture
You can now shake trees with a net/watering can/fishing rod equipped
Your character’s arms will now match the color of your mii mask
You can now interact with furniture items while sitting near them
Glitches have been patched
Villagers now have extended time on when they will move out varying from 7 – 10 days (more time to convince them otherwise)
New fertilizer from Leif can now revive dead trees and bring them back as ordinary fruit trees
You can now place furniture on top of stools
Timmy/Tommy no longer explain how to use wrapping paper when purchasing
New villager animations have been added
Cyrus now waves after you pick up a customized item
You can now stack fruit while in storage
Two tile furniture items can now be placed on tables (you can place masks and plates of food on tables)
Wisp appears at a random location and can be found by walking around until you are called by an unknown voice at least a day after the update.
Amiibo villagers can be talked to, invited to camp, or invited to live in your town permanently from Wisp
Wisp can only grant one wish per day and can only be found once a day, meaning only one character can get Wisp each day unless you Time Travel (adjust the time)
If your town is full but you want an amiibo to move in, you can kick out one of your existing villagers by choice
You can use amiibo cards to move a villager back in even if they have not cleared the cycle
Happy Home Designer Functions and Designer Tips
HHD’s decorating mechanics added once you have the necessary upgrades.
Requires house to have a second floor and no unpaid debts before you can build storeroom. After the storeroom is built you can talk to Lottie at Nook’s Homes in order to unlock
Clothes can now be hung on walls
Storeroom upgrade provides tons of new storage space
Special items and furniture can be obtained if you link up save data from HHD from the start menu
MEOW Coupons and RV contents
MEOW coupons, a new currency from doing tasks. Used for purchasing items at the RV park store and furniture inside RVs
MEOW coupons can be exchanged for bells at the ATM at a rate of 3,000 bells per coupon
Only 3 furniture items can be ordered from campers each day
Furniture items can be purchased in RVs from another person’s town, however, it’ll take 5 coupons per item instead of 3
Tasks are now displayed on your Town Pass Card along with how many coupons they reward
The following figurines give the following villagers along with their furniture:
Toon Link – Medli (normal)
Ganondorf – Ganon (cranky)
Sheik – Epona (peppy)
Zelda/Link/W. Link – W. Link (jock)
Callie – Cece (peppy)
Marie – Viche (normal)
Inkling – Inkwell (jock)
Villager – not much information about this one
Monster Hunter amiibos – Felyne (lazy)
Special villagers such as Wolf Link, Ganon, Medli, Epona, Cece, and Viche can move to your town
New amiibo functionality, invite characters to park in a special new area with RVs. Works with all AC Amiibo, the cards, Splatoon, Zelda, and Monster Hunter amiibo.
AC figurine amiibos can be scanned to allow them to visit your town in an RV and have furniture available to purchase
While they are camping in their RV, Wisp will temporarily replace them in their roles but does not replace their job services
Series 1 – 4 amiibo cards give you furniture and the option to move a villager in
Amiibo camera that allows you to take Real photos with villagers
Amiibo cards of special characters such as Isabelle can be used to get their pictures as well
This is just a partial list of the function in the new update. We will have more news about the update as they are revealed.
With Animal Crossing New Leaf being priced at the Nintendo Selects of $19.99 during the summer, Nintendo announced a Fall update to the game, with turn 4 years old on November 8th, 2016.
Now the update includes, new Amiibo and Amiibo card functionality, new villagers, some Splatoon content, and Sanrio and Hello Kitty Amiibo cards (from the Japanese AC Nintendo Direct). We will also get complete details where we will see these in the US.
There will also be announced a new version of the game called Animal Crossing Welcome Amiibo with all of the updated features and includes an amiibo card from the new set of cards commemorating the update.
You can find out all of the information and watch the Nintendo Direct right here
Today during a Nintendo Direct specifically devoted to Monster Hunter, Capcom has announced Monster Hunter XX for Nintendo 3DS. The game is a follow up to Monster Hunter Generations on 3DS
There are 6 major new elements introduced.
New Hunting Styles – The “Brave Style” hunting style (continuous attacks, powerful link attacks and quick evasions) and the “??? Style” (details to be announced in the future).
New Hunting Techniques – New “Hunting Techniques” have been added to all 14 weapon types. Details will be announced in the future.
Prowler Mode Actions Enhanced – Prowler Mode actions have been enhanced. Felynes can now evade by a hair, as well as do a trample jump.
New Fields – New fields have been added, such as “Igun Peak.” This is a location very high in the mountains, where there’s a cave, waterfall, and historic ruins. There are other new fields, too, such as a desert.
New Base – The “Ryuushiki Ship” appears as a base that has all the elements of both a village and a ship. You can also take on G-rank quests from here.
New Main Monsters – The new main monsters in Monster Hunter XX are “Ouma Diablos” and “Balfark.” The former is a dangerous monster with large, parting horns, while the latter is a silver-winged monster whose wings can change form.
Save data from previous games will be compatible and will give you bonuses. the game will launch on March 18 in Japan.