Nintendo Everything: News
It’s a trip down memory lane! Maxis was developing SimCopter 64 – a remake of the original SimCopter – for the Nintendo 64DD. It was cancelled in 1999.
SimCopter 64 wasn’t meant to be, but Unseen64 published a short off-screen video today taken at E3 1997. You can watch it above.
Once again, you’ll need to head past the break for the video. We’re playing it safe with spoiler-related content!
Majora’s Mask New 3DS XL systems have been tough to find around the world. However, a listing from GameStop indicates that the handheld could be restocked in one country next month.
If a listing from GameStop Italy is accurate, the Majora’s Mask New 3DS XL system will be available once again on March 27. Pre-orders are currently live here.
It’s important to point out that this situation is specific to GameStop Italy at the moment. There’s also a possibility that the retailer’s listing is inaccurate. We’ll keep you updated if there’s anything new to share about the situation.
There have been plenty of manga adaptations based on The Legend of Zelda over the years. Akira Himekawa led the way on creating manga for several titles, including Ocarina of Time, Skyward Sword, and more.
Another Zelda manga made by Akira Himekawa was for Majora’s Mask. To celebrate the launch of Nintendo’s remake on 3DS, images have been shared showing a scrapped chapter. The chapter would have centered around Link stumbling upon Romani and Cremia as the two struggle to control the horses Cremia uses to drive her wagon.
Keep your eyes peeled for a look at another scrapped part of the Majora’s Mask manga in the near future.
Curve Studios announced today that OlliOlli will launch for both Wii U and 3DS on March 5. Pricing is set at £7.99/$9.99/€9.99.
Curve also confirmed that OlliOlli will make use of a new “Buy One, Get One Free” scheme. If you purchase OlliOlli for either Wii U or 3DS, you’ll get the other version free. This is supported in all regions. Curve says it has worked closely with Nintendo to make the functionality possible.
You can find today’s announcement in full below.
All of the Corpse Party: Blood Covered …Repeated Fear (small) screenshots and art come from the Japanese website, which we previously linked to. You can check out the page here.