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Nintendo Details Another Huge List of Upcoming Games for Nintendo 3DS, Wii U

REDMOND, Wash., Feb. 14, 2013 – After decades of playing second fiddle to the No. 1 video game hero, Luigi is getting some love from Nintendo. Nintendo has named 2013 the “Year of Luigi,” thanks to the numerous appearances that Mario’s timid, green-clad twin brother will be making in games this year. In a Nintendo Direct video, Nintendo provided details about games on the way that feature Luigi, as well as information about more than two dozen upcoming games, including content for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS across packaged and digital formats.

“Luigi is just the green tip of the iceberg of all the great news we have to share with Nintendo fans this year and beyond,” said Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America’s president and COO. “We’re showing how Nintendo 3DS and Wii U continue to be a source of fun, entertainment and great surprises.”

Wii Street U, previously launched in Japan, is available now in North America.

Nintendo has also announced a March 28 date for HarmoKnight. A demo is coming on March 14.

Nintendo is also bringing “Kersploosh” to the 3DS eShop. This will be out on March 7.

Additionally, Nintendo has announced a new 3DS eShop title “Mario & Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move”. Look out for more information about this on the coming weeks.

Dillon’s Rolling Western is getting a sequel on the 3DS eShop. Subtitled “The Last Ranger”. The game launches on April 11.

If you live in Europe (or Japan), you can purchase Tank! Tank! Tank! two different ways. The first is by purchasing the full game at retail. The other is by downloading a free base game from the Wii U eShop.

A Basic Pack comes with Monster Battle mode, Free-For-All mode, and Team Versus mode, each of which are set in the Urban Area stage. Gamers can try out the free version three times per day.

Below is a full listing of DLC with European prices. Buying one item unlocks the game, meaning there won’t be daily play limits in place.

  • VERSUS / Industrial Complex (€1.99 / £1.59)
  • VERSUS / Ruins (€1.99 / £1.59)
  • VERSUS / Coastal Area (€1.99 / £1.59)
  • VERSUS / Canyon (€1.99 / £1.59)
  • VERSUS / Volcanic Area (€1.99 / £1.59)
  • VERSUS / Lunar Base (€1.99 / £1.59)
  • MY KONG (€1.99 / £1.59 until 28th February, €9.99 / £7.99 after that date)
  • MONSTER BATTLE / Ruins (€3.99 / £3.19)
  • MONSTER BATTLE / Industrial Complex (€3.99 / £3.19)
  • STORY MISSION (€9.99 / £7.99)

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NostalgiCO launched a Kickstarter for its new action RPG, Cryamore, in late January. Nearly $150,000 has been raised thus far and is well ahead of the original $60,000 goal. If the studio is able to surpass $250,000, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U versions will be made.

You can get an idea of Cryamore’s gameplay in the video above. The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Mega Man, and Secret of Mana were all inspirations.

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No Toki Tori 2 demo planned

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Two Tribes has confirmed that it isn’t working on a demo for Toki Tori 2. The indie dev said it’s too busy making the full game to bother with a demo for now.

Yesterday, Two Tribes tweeted:

Maybe we could see a demo after launch? Chasing Aurora will soon be receiving one, despite having been out for a few months now.

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This week’s Japanese eShop update is as follows:

3DS

Downloadable Titles
Crazy Kangaroo – 200 yen
Nikaku de Susshi – 400 yen
Medalot 7 (Kabuto & Kuwagata Ver., retail title) – 6,090 yen

Virtual Console
Ikki (Famicom) – 500 yen
Makaimura (Ghosts ‘n Goblins, Famicom) – 500 yen

Wii U

Downloadable Software
Wii Street U Powered by Google (02/07 release) – FREE until May 31

Video Content

– Crazy Kangaroo video
– Nikaku de Susshi video
– Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask Plus video
– Osawari Tantei Nameko Dai Hanshoku video
– Professor Layton and the Azran Legacies commercial
– Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission video

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Rhodri Broadbent, who has previously worked on Fable, Star Fox Command, The 2D Adventures of Rotating Octopus Character, and Floating Cloud God Saves the Pilgrims, is now making a game for the Wii U eShop.

Broadbent is bringing “Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails” to the platform. There’s only a logo to see for now, but a few gameplay details have already emerged. You can find those below along with commentary from Broadbent.

– Release planned for this year
– Scram Kitty lives in the TV
– Play the buddy on rails
– 2D shooter
– Whiz about the interior of spaceships disposing of enemies with colorful little jets of gunfire as you bounce and grind off networks of rails
– Kind of like Smash TV and Jet Set Radio
– There’s some second screen magic that has the TV broadcasting the buddy on rail’s actions, overlaying it with splashes of action and commentary that turn the 2D action into something that’s as energetic and engaging as a Japanese game show
– Broadbent: “I like it when you have experiences with family. They hate touchscreen because the stress, but they enjoy the passive thing of watching you play the game. My brother used to enjoy watching me play Speedball 2.”
– A link exists between the two screens that has the buddy on rails sending items across to scram kitty in order to progress
– This link extended through Miiverse
– Broadbent: “We want to make it so that it can translate messages that you send into an assist mode. You know in Street Fighter 4 and you get a super finish and everything goes crazy and it feels awesome? We want to make it so you can send those abilities to other players. So if you beat a boss or do something in a certain time, that can be translated into an assist item for a friend.”
– Gary Lucken helping with the visuals

Head past the break for a few more quotes, including Broadbent talking about meeting Shigeru Miyamoto when he was with Q-Games:

Maestro Interactive Games has three Wii U eShop titles in the pipeline. Along with the previously announced Super Ubi Land made by Notion Games, Maestro has announced Fade into Darkness and Cosmic Highway for the platform.

Fade into Darkness’ first trailer will debut during GDC. Cosmic Highway will also be getting a trailer during Maestro’s Kickstarter campaign.

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Star Wars Pinball footage

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Zen Studios will have information about the Wii U version of Star Wars Pinball (which will be heading to Zen Pinball 2) in the future.

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