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Didn’t get your fix roller coaster fix with RollerCoaster Tycoon 3D? Then you may want to think about purchasing “Coaster Creator 3D” when it hits the eShop in the near future.

Coaster Creator 3D provides the standard coaster content: creation, customization and sharing. You’ll be able to partake in a career mode featuring 20 design challenges, unlockable theme park locations, decals and other extras. There’s also a Coaster Sandbox mode, a Star Roller game, QR code sharing, and more.

A video showing Coaster Creator 3D’s track editor can be found above.


This month’s GamesMaster review scores are as follows:

DmC Devil May Cry – 89%
Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition – 84%
Assassin’s Creed III (Wii U) – 88%
Tank! Tank! Tank! – 39%
Tekken Tag Tournament 2: Wii U Edition – 88%
Sports Connection – 40%
Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Wii U) – 81%
Mass Effect 3: Special Edition – 89%
Darksiders II (Wii U) – 88%
Ben 10: Omniverse (Wii U) – 34%
Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse – 56%
LEGO The Lord of the Rings – 87%
Ni no Kuni – 95%
Anarchy Reigns – 84%
Uncharted: Fight for Fortune – 62%
Skyrim: Dragonborn DLC – 90%
Fighting Vipers – 60%
Mass Effect 3 Omega – 51%
Sonic the Fighters – 50%
Virtua Fighter 2 – 73%
Ratchet & Clank: Q-Force – 67%
Dyad – 81%
Chronovolt – 48%
Portal 2: In Motion DLC – 85%
The Walking Dead: Episode 5 – 92%
Little Inferno – 78%
Mighty Switch Force: Hyper Drive Edition – 60%
Nano Assault Neo – 42%
Spirit Hunters Inc – 45%
Chasing Aurora – 77%
Planetside 2 – 90%

Thanks to joclo for the tip.

The latest video additions to the 3DS eShop are as follows:

Unchained Blades Video
Gunman Clive Video
Air Battle Hockey 3D Video
Code of Princess Video
Galaxy Saver Video
Snowboard Xtreme Video

Source: 3DS eShop

Code of Princess came out in North America as a retail game at the end of last year. And last week, Atlus brought the game to the 3DS eShop.

Europe will be receiving Code of Princess as well, but only as an eShop download. Agatsuma Entertainment confirmed that its title will not be sold at European retail.

A customer service representative said:

Thank you very much for your interest in our title; Code of Princess!

Yes, we will be releasing the title as OUR title through Nintendo eShop ONLY.
We are still working on. So, please be patient. Thank you very much for your interest, again!

Kind Regards,
Customer Support


3DS eShop charts (1/7/12)

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1. Pokemon Dream Radar
2. Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels
3. Super Mario Bros.
4. Pokedex 3D Pro
5. Mega Man
6. Metroid II – Return of Samus
7. Cut The Rope
8. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX
9. 3D Classics: Kirby’s Adventure
10. Photo Dojo
11. The Legend of Zelda
12. Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
13. Plants vs. Zombies
14. Wario Land 2
15. Paper Mario: Sticker Star
16. Crashmo
17. Sonic the Hedgehog: Triple Trouble
18. Bloons TD 4
19. Colors! 3D
20. Crimson Shroud


1. Club Nintendo Video
2. Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels Video
3. What is Nintendo Video?
4. Nintendo Show 3D: December 27, 2012
5. Fluidity: Spin Cycle Video
6. Adventure Time Video
7. Nintendo Show 3D: December 20, 2012
8. Mega Man Video
9. Scribblenauts Unlimited Video
10. Paper Mario: Sticker Star Video
11. Pokemon Dream Radar Video
12. Mario Kart 7 Video
13. Kirby 20th Anniversary Dream Collection Trailer
14. Pokedex 3D Pro Video
15. Unchained Blades Video
16. New Super Mario Bros. 2: Coin Rush
17. Paper Mario: Sticker Star October 25, 2012
18. Pokemon Rumble Blast Video
19. Wario Land 2 Video
20. 3D Classics: Kirby’s Adventure Video

Source: 3DS eShop

Source: 3DS eShop

Club Nintendo members can now choose from four new games. Tetris (150 coins), Snowpack Park (150 coins), Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream (200 coins), and Mario Kart 64 (200 coins) are the new selections. Each title will remain on Club Nintendo through February 10.

Head on over to this link to check out each downloadable reward.

Fractured Soul is currently available on the North American 3DS eShop for $11.99. When the game launches in PAL regions later this week, consumers will find a lower-than-expected price.

Developer Endgame Studios wrote in a blog post that the PAL price was decided on because of the high game prices in Australia. Endgame said when a title is purchased, “we’re asked to pay anywhere from 50% to 100% more than our American friends.” By setting Fractured Soul at a cheaper price, the studio is looking to take a stand against high game costs in Australia.

Fractured Soul will cost AUD $9.99 / €7.99. Look for the game on Thursday.

Check out Endgame’s full blog post regarding Australian game prices here.

Looking for the latest information on Renegade Kid’s projects? Then keep your eyes peeled during PAX East. Renegade Kid co-founder Jools Watsham has said the studio “will have some new 3DS and Wii U goodness to reveal” when the event takes place in late March.

Watsham didn’t elaborate on any planned announcements, but maybe we’ll see a new game or two.


Nintendo has been on a roll with retail releases on the 3DS eShop, so it wouldn’t make sense for that to stop now. But just in case you had any sort of doubt, it has now been completely confirmed that Fire Emblem: Awakening will be available on the digital store when the game launches next month.

Did you know Awakening is currently unavailable on the Japanese eShop? I suppose that’s because Nintendo started getting involved with digital retail releases after the game shipped.


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