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Natsume’s E3 2017 lineup

Posted on 3 weeks ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, 3DS eShop, News, Switch | 4 Comments | 0 Likes

Natsume has confirmed its full lineup for E3 2017. Several Nintendo-related titles will be showcased.

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope leads the lineup, and will be shown for the first time on Switch. River City: Knights of Justice, River City: Rival Showdown, Wild Guns Reloaded, and Harvest Moon: Lil’ Farmers round out the rest of the games.

Full details on Natsume’s E3 titles are below.

An official announcement has been sent out for all of today’s Pokemon news. Get the recap on Pokken Tournament DX, Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon, and Pokemon Gold / Silver on the 3DS Virtual Console below.

During today’s Pokémon Direct presentation, Tsunekazu Ishihara, president and CEO of The Pokémon Company, and Junichi Masuda, Director of GAME FREAK, announced upcoming Pokémon titles for Nintendo consoles.

Pokémon is making its way to Nintendo Switch later this year with Pokkén Tournament DX. Including all the content from both the Wii U and arcade versions of Pokkén Tournament, Pokkén Tournament DX introduces an array of exciting new features to create the ultimate Pokkén experience. Features of Pokkén Tournament DX include:

Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver are joining the 3DS Virtual Console in September. To celebrate the announcement, a new trailer is online. Watch it below.

This week’s Famitsu review scores are as follows:

ARMS (NSW) – 8/8/8/9
Mr. Shifty (NSW) – 8/8/8/8
World of Goo (NSW) – 8/8/7/9
The Sexy Brutale (PS4) – 8/8/8/8
Alchemic Dungeons (3DS) – 6/8/7/7
Vaccine (Wii U / PS4) – 5/6/6/4

Kid Tripp originally started out as a mobile game. But later this year, Digger Dan publisher Four Horses will be bringing out a 3DS version.

Kid Tripp is a platform autorunner with 20 levels scattered across twenty levels and four themed worlds. The 3DS version intends to feature 60 frames per second and support for stereoscopic 3D.

Here’s a look at the game from its iOS release:


Collavier previously brought Comic Workshop and Painting Workshop to 3DS. This week, they’ll be releasing another creation tool: Anime Workshop. Nintendo’s website lists it for June 8 with a $7.99 price point.

By using Anime Workshop, players can make pixel art, create objects, make animation, and share the results with others. You’ll even be able to post animations online.

Here’s a look at Anime Workshop:


At BitSummit a couple of weeks ago, Inti Creates CEO Takuya Aizu hosted a special stage show. It was here where Mighty Gunvolt Burst and Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack on Switch were officially revealed. Before the two announcements were made, Aizu was able to talk about how Blaster Master Zero came to be.

Sunsoft originally reached out to Inti Creates about the remake. However, the company was pretty busy at the time, and only said that they’d think about it.

Update: Added in Sunday’s updates.

Nintendo Badge Arcade has been receiving daily updates since heading to the 3DS eShop. 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 May 29:

May 29

– 10 Animal Crossing panels
– 12 Pokemon panels
– 8 Kirby panels (1 with 1 day left)
– Thank you badges until June 1
– Animal Crossing theme offer until June 1
– 1 free play

Shakedown: Hawaii is planned for Switch, but we also can’t forget about the 3DS version. Just recently, Vblank Entertainment posted a short clip of a new zoomed out camera option on the handheld, which you can view below. The studio recommends using it only with XL systems.

Inti Creates held a live stream on Twitch this week and showed off Mighty Gunvolt Burst with plenty of gameplay. Watch 18 minutes of footage from the recording below.

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