Nintendo Everything: 3DS
SEGA released a new trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX today that gives a look at all 48 songs in the game. Check it out below.
Nintendo opened the Japanese Rhythm Heaven: The Best Plus website today. You can visit it right here.
We’ve gathered up a few of the clips included on the site below.
The Splatoon 3DS theme is out now in Japan, and NintenDaan has posted a video showing it off in full. Take a look below:
Europe is getting the Splatoon 3DS theme tomorrow as well. I have a feeling it’ll be out in North America, too!
Target is running a sale on 3DS games. Through May 30, those who purchase two titles will be entitled to a third at no extra cost.
Here’s the full lineup of eligible games:
Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D
Super Smash Bros. for 3DS
Pokemon Alpha Sapphire
Pokemon Omega Ruby
Mario Kart 7
Super Mario 3D Land
Kirby Triple Deluxe
New Super Mario Bros. 2
Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.
Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
If you’re interested, you can check out Target’s page for the 3DS sale here.
Over in Europe, Square Enix has trademarked “Bravely Second”. The name was just filed today, and could be a sign that a localization announcement is on the horizon. Perhaps we’ll hear something at E3 2015 next month?
Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX has launched in Japan, and Dengeki has shared 21 minutes of footage from the final game. Give it a look below.
Natsume’s latest “State of the Farm” post shares updates on the company’s upcoming plans.
First, new DLC is on the way to Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley. This will include a new bachelor/bachelorette and more.
Natsume’s upcoming GBA games for the Wii U Virtual Console are also still in the pipeline. The first two will be announced “very soon”, and they should release in early June and early July. Six other GBA VC titles are in the works.
Last but not least, Natsume left a tease for its presence at E3 2015. There’s good things to come for both Wii U and 3DS owners, as news will be shared for both of these platforms.
Head past the break for the full breakdown of what lies ahead for Natsume.
Garfield Kart, first revealed for 3DS in early April, is now confirmed for North America. French publisher Anuman Interactive and Koch Media distribution label, Ravenscourt, announced today that the game is slated for August 11 for $29.99. It’ll be published under the label Kids’ Mania.
Below is a brief overview:
…the world’s most famous cat, Garfield, hops in the drivers seat alongside well-known characters from the Garfield Show in Garfield Kart, the funniest racing game on Nintendo 3DS. Supporting up to four players via local multiplayer gameplay, this is the first time you can play with friends right next to you in one of 16 different tracks from Garfield’s world. The game also features single-player racing with four modes – Quick Race, Championship, Time Trial and Daily Challenge.
I’m not too sure how many people care about this one, but the Kids’ Mania label is also bringing out Paddington Bear arrives in London on August 11 as well. The title “tasks players with helping Paddington and the Brown family solve a series of engaging and playful mysteries in order to find explorer Montgomery Hyde.”
Source: Anuman Interactive PR