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Club Nintendo of Europe is sending out an email to select members.

The letter states that there will be a  Special Edition of the New 3DS available to only a select number of members before it officially launches in Europe.

The Ambassador Edition will be very limited and only available through Club Nintendo until January 12th.

This special edition will contain the New 3DS, exclusive Ambassador cover plates, Super Smash Bros. cover plate, and a charging cradle.

There is no word at this time if this offer will be coming to the West.

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Last month, Famitsu conducted a poll on its website about the year 2014. The results were published in the magazine’s most recent issue.

Here’s how readers voted on the most noticeable news of 2014:

1. The announcement of Dragon Quest Heroes for PS4/PS3 (218 votes)
2. New Nintendo 3DS systems will be released on 11th of October (169 votes)
3. PlayStation 4 sells 322,083 systems during first 2 launch days (151 votes)
4. Youkai Watch sells one million copies (136 votes)
5. Atlus Co., Ltd. starts business from first of April [reorganization after SEGA bought the company] (94 votes)
6. Super Smash Bros. will be released during summer for 3DS and the Wii U version during winter (87)
7. The shocking announcement of Monster Hunter 4G (71)
8. The announcement of Project Morpheus for PS4 (60)
9. The formal introduction of Kan Colle Kai for PS Vita (55)
10. Stating “we want to announce a new game” in the live event of SaGa series (52)
11. The announcement of Theatrhythm Dragon Quest
12. Persona 5 launching at the same time for PS4 and PS3
13. Final Fantasy VII arriving on PS4
14. Splatoon, a title with a new style in third-person shooters, arriving on Wii U
15. The announcement of PoPoLoCrois Farm Story
16. The Legend of Legacy, a perfect new RPG, coming from splendid staff
17. The announcement of Pokken
18. Etrian Mystery Dungeon launching 15th of March 2015
19. Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire launching in November worldwide
20. The announcement of Bloodborne

Nintendo has a notorious reputation when it comes to iterating their handhelds and in the past it has created an environment with a unique set of issues to consider for developers. Whether it was the Game Boy to Game Boy Color, DS Lite to DSi and now the 3DS to New 3DS, every generation there’s always questions among fans regarding the value and longevity of each new system. You don’t have to look very far to see how fans react to mid-cycle announcements like these, but how do developers react when a new system emerges from Iwata’s coat pocket?

We reached out to developers Stuart Ryall, Brjann Sigurgeirsson, and Ken Patterson to offer their thoughts on the announcement of the New 3DS and what implications it has on each of their development processes, if any. Will focusing on the extra processing power and C-stick split their player base too thin? Do these new units put too much pressure on fans to upgrade and consequently put pressure on developers to focus on the new units? How do these iterations impact the overall life of a console generation? Our guests this week help shed some light on the impact these mid-cycle hardware announcements have on developers, and what questions they have to ask when developing with these challenges in mind.

(Unsure as to what Developer Musings is about? Check out our first entry here for an explanation.)

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are as follows:

New 3DS LL – 108,235
New 3DS – 46,815
Wii U – 38,314
Vita – 32,834
PS4 – 30,951
3DS LL – 27,469
3DS – 13,832
PS3 – 9,956
Vita TV – 963
Xbox One – 893
Xbox 360 – 129
PSP – 6

For comparison’s sake, here are the hardware numbers from last week:

New 3DS LL – 83,041
PS4 – 68,041
New 3DS – 34,676
Wii U – 27,334
3DS LL – 24,475
Vita – 24,039
3DS – 14,911
PS3 – 7,803
Vita TV – 974
Xbox One – 724
Xbox 360 – 102
PSP – 8

Nintendo of Europe posted a new message on its website with a holiday greeting from president Satoru Shibata. Check it out below:

Hello everyone! This is Satoru Shibata from Nintendo of Europe.
I would like to thank you all for your continuous support of Nintendo throughout 2014!
Thank you as well for always watching our Nintendo Direct broadcasts. I didn’t present them so often this year, but I still read all your many comments made during and after each Direct.
This year, I tried to attend as many game events and shows as I could, such as the Japan Expo in France, Gamescom in Germany, Milan Games Week, and Paris Games Week. In fact, I may even have spoken with some of you at these events! I like walking around game events and conventions like these, because I can really feel how much you all love Nintendo games.

I was glad to see that many people enjoyed playing Mario Kart 8, Hyrule Warriors, Bayonetta 2, and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Even though I couldn’t attend the Manga Fair in Spain, I was thrilled that Pokémon generated a lot of excitement there, and that the TV news programmes picked this up.

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are as follows:

New 3DS LL – 83,041
PS4 – 68,041
New 3DS – 34,676
Wii U – 27,334
3DS LL – 24,475
Vita – 24,039
3DS – 14,911
PS3 – 7,803
Vita TV – 974
Xbox One – 724
Xbox 360 – 102
PSP – 8

For comparison’s sake, here are the hardware numbers from last week:

New 3DS LL – 63,714
3DS – 38,846
New 3DS – 25,541
Wii U – 24,469
Vita – 22,355
3DS LL – 17,319
PS4 – 15,971
PS3 – 5,679
Vita TV – 986
Xbox One – 790
Xbox 360 – 189
PSP – 8

The latest Japanese software sales from Media Create are as follows:

1. [WIU] Super Smash Bros. for Wii U – 227,527 / NEW
2. [3DS] Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire – 171,813 / 1,798,097
3. [3DS] Derby Stallion Gold – 73,616 / NEW
4. [3DS] Aikatsu! 365 Idol Days – 33,151 / NEW
5. [3DS] Super Smash Bros. for 3DS – 29,670 / 1,788,460
6. [PS3] Guilty Gear Xrd: Sign – 27,278 / NEW
7. [3DS] Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate – 25,157 / 2,225,855
8. [3DS] Youkai Watch 2 – 23,557 / 2,925,945
9. [PSV] Samurai Warriors Chronicle 3 – 22,152 / NEW
10. [PSV] Phantasy Star Nova – 19,833 / 127,147
11. [WIU] Mario Kart 8 – 19,244 / 753,870
12. [3DS] Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind Chain – 19,073 / NEW
13. [PS3] Resident Evil HD – 15,445 / 65,703
14. [3DS] Samurai Warriors Chronicle 3 – 14,909 / NEW
15. [PS3] Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – 13,758 / NEW
16. [PS4] Guilty Gear Xrd: Sign – 12,638 / NEW
17. [WIU] Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker – 11,829 / 65,882
18. [PS4] Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – 9,461 / NEW
19. [3DS] Etrian Odyssey Untold II – 9,456 / 68,986
20. [PS4] The Crew – 9,002 / NEW

The New 3DS contains a neat little built-in features when it comes to 3D videos. It’s now possible to upload videos directly to YouTube by visiting youtube.com/upload.

With older 3DS models, users were required to transfer files from an SD card. As you can see, the process is much simpler now.

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what happens if you tap out the mario theme in the new 3DS browser?

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The New 3DS has a small little game tucked away inside the system’s browser. By tapping out the Super Mario Bros. theme on the New Page screen, the list of most visited websites will change to “Stage Select.” You’ll then be able to destroy each URL brick by brick.

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