Update 3: And gone again.
Update 2: And back in stock again!
The Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate New 3DS XL bundle can be ordered once again at GameStop. Remember: it’s exclusive to the retailer in the U.S., so other stores won’t be carrying the system. For those that are interested, an order can be placed here.
We’ve been hearing a lot about how difficult it’s been to track down a physical copy of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. Amazon, for instance, is no longer selling copies directly, and third-parties are asking for ridiculous prices ($74 and higher).
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D’s rarity may come down to the fact that retail copies are no longer being produced. If retailer Play-Asia is to be believed, the game’s physical version has been discontinued. If true, the only way to pick up Ocarina of Time 3D at a fair price is through the digital version on the eShop.
Metacritic posted its fifth annual game publisher rankings today, and it contains some great news for Nintendo.
Nintendo took the top spot in 2014 as the publisher with the best average Metascore (76.5 percent). In 2013, the company was ranked fourth.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U was Nintendo’s best overall release with a 91 percent score. Bravely Default was the best new original title with an 85 percent score. Finally, in terms of the worst, that honor goes to Chibi-Robo: Photo Finder with a 49 percent score.
You can check out Metacritic’s full report here.
Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley’s first wave of downloadable content is out now, and it’s free. The DLC can be obtained right from the game without any hassle.
Natsume has added new outfits and hairstyles with today’s DLC. There are three outfits for the female and male protagonists, including a new Dairy Farmer getup for each. Content can be accessed from a player’s dresser.
In the future, Natsume is planning on adding new items to customize the Lost Valley itself, along with new crops, recipes, and more. The company also teased in its announcement today: “There’s even some whispers that new love is in the air, but whether these rumors are true remain to be seen!”
Source: Natsume PR
Imagos Softworks recently launched a Kickstarter for “Starr Mazer”. The indie game, which features point-and-click adventure gameplay and shoot ‘em up segments, will be made if funds reach $160,000. Over $60,000 has already been raised.
We’re letting you know about Starr Mazer since its developer has significant interest in bringing the game to both 3DS and Wii U. In fact, a Wii U stretch goal should be announced sometime this week.
You can check out Starr Mazer on Kickstarter here.
Promo… commercial… whatever this is. It’s awesome. A neat way to promote Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D for sure!
Thanks to Jake for the tip.
Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric’s update is huge – as in 1GB huge. So what exactly is included in the massive patch? We did hear about a few things recently, but Sonic Stadium has offered further information as to why the update is so big.
Here’s what the site shared: