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Angry Video Game Nerd II was on display at PAX South late last month. Johnny Burnes took some off-screen footage of the title, which you can find below.

Back in 2013, Temple of Yog developer CHUDCHUD Industries made Dumpster Dive! for mobile platforms. In the studio’s own words, the game “is an endless runner through garbage, a trash surfing, food-fetching simulator.”

Dumpster Dive! is now planned for both Wii U and 3DS. CHUDCHUD Industries’ Cody Diefenthaler shared the news in a brief Twitter message, which you can find below. You can also see the original trailer in the attached tweet.


GamesMaster spoke with Splatoon producer Hisashi Nogami in its latest issue for a brief interview. At one point, Nogami reflected on how there were some jitters within the team before launch, as they weren’t sure how the multiplayer-focused game would be received.

Nogami told the magazine:

“We’ve dealt with online multiplayer in a number of titles up until now, but this was the first time we’d taken up the challenge of releasing a package game where multiplayer was the main mode. We were not 100 percent sure about how a few sections would be received, and so we’re really happy to see them being well received not only by experienced online gamers, but by a really broad range of players including children and female players too; it’s a real confidence boost. If we have the chance in the future, I’d like to build on online gameplay even more.”

GamesMaster followed those comments by pressing Nogami on the possibility of Splatoon 2 happening one day. When asked, he responded with the following:

“We want to raise this new IP with care, so maybe we’ll get a chance to make it happen if players support us.”

Splatoon updates technically ended last month. But at the Splatoon Koshien 2016 finals a couple of weeks ago, Nogami hinted at possible new content for the shooter.

Still interested in seeing more of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD? Then check out the video below, which has 36 minutes of footage.

Update: Bumped to the top. Added in Saturday’s updates.

Nintendo Badge Arcade has been receiving daily updates since heading. Because it’s continually updated with content, we’re rounding up all of the additions and changes in a weekly post.

Here’s what’s on tap for the week of February 8:

– 9 Zelda: Wind Waker HD panels
– 3 Zelda: A Link Between Worlds panels
– 6 Zelda: Tri Force Heroes panels
– 9 Splatoon panels
– 2 pixel sushi panels
– 1 pixel insect panel
– Theme offer until 2/11


Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is the franchise’s most successful entry in the west. How did that happen exactly? In an interview with GamesBeat, series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto touched on some of the factors that led the game to become a hit in North America and Europe.

Localization changes helped lead Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate to overseas success. But even more importantly, Fujioka says online play “was huge”.

Fujioka told GamesBeat:

“… More than anything the addition of online play on the 3DS was huge. Obviously in Europe and North America it’s very difficult to play with others locally due to everyone being so spread out, so having online multiplayer in the game really showed the appeal of Monster Hunter’s multiplayer to a wide range of players.”

“Given that Japan is a small island country, there are more opportunities for people to meet directly, so the barrier for local play is low enough that lots of people can take advantage of it. This time around, especially outside of Japan we had a lot of people asking for online multiplayer, which of course was a big thing for players.”

Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher) was featured during a new Niconico live stream earlier today. In it, more was shared about the fourth, fifth, and sixth series of cards.

Images from each of these series are in the gallery below. The sixth one is probably the most notable, as we’re hearing about it for the first time. Adean and Levin from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War are just two of the cards included in the sixth round. This new series will also have cards from Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation.

Fire Emblem Cipher Winter 2016 NicoNico Live Stream


Information coming out of this month’s CoroCoro reveals that an anime based on Puzzle & Dragons X is in the works. The series will begin airing this summer. Along with an anime, a manga adaptation from Momota Inoue is in the works, which will debut in CoroCoro’s May issue (shipping in April).

As far as the game goes, Puzzle & Dragons X will be available in Japan this summer. Two versions are planned: “Kami no Shō” (God Chapter) and “Ryū no Shō” (Dragon Chapter). Puzzle & Dragons X’s theme is “evolution” and will also feature cooperative play with friends in a cross battle. The game’s protagonist is Ace and his partner Tamazō. Staff behind the anime will also animate the game’s opening anime.


DreamRift revealed Monster Tale Ultimate, a reworked version of the DS game for the 3DS eShop, towards the end of last March. Sadly, we’ve barely heard a peep about it since then. Yet despite the silence, Monster Tale Ultimate is still said to be in the works.

Nintendo Force has a brief update on Monster Tale Ultimate in its latest issue. According to the magazine, “the word from the devs is that the release is coming very soon”. A specific launch timeframe was not mentioned… but hey, we finally have some news at least!

The Minotaur also planned for 3DS

Posted on 21 hours ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS eShop, News | 0 comments | 0 Likes

When we reported on The Minotaur last month, Ratalaika Games confirmed the game for Wii U. However, that’s not the only Nintendo system the game is planned for. Ratalaika also plans on making a 3DS version.

The Minotaur launched on Steam in January. Wii U and Xbox One versions will follow in the coming months. As for 3DS, it will “still need a bit more time.”

Source: Ratalaika Games PR

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