Gaijin Games’ Woah Dave! will be on 3DS

Posted under 3DS eShop, News
1 day ago by (@NE_Brian)

Gaijin Games announced its next title “Woah Dave!” – described as a “frantic, score-chasing arcade game” – at PAX East 2014 last week. Fortunately, we can rest easy knowing that the project will be on at least one Nintendo platform.

While conducting an interview, Gamezebo spotted someone from the team “sitting on the floor of the booth with a laptop working on a 3DS version of Woah Dave!”. Gaijin previously hinted at a 3DS version, but this seems to be the closest we’ve come to an official confirmation.

You can find Woah Dave!’s first trailer above.



A look at some of next week’s North American Nintendo Downloads

Posted under 3DS eShop, News, Wii U eShop
1 day ago by (@NE_Brian)

Nintendo’s website confirms some of the North American downloads that will be going live on the Wii U and 3DS eShops next Thursday.

Here’s a quick look at the titles we’re expecting:

Wii U Download

NES Remix 2 – $14.99 (out April 25)
Ava and Avior Save the Earth

Wii U Virtual Console

Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3 – $7.99

3DS Download

Mystery Case Files Retun to Ravenhearst – $5.99
Me & My Furry Patients 3D


Sea Battle


Lots of Tales of the World: Reve Unitia details

Posted under 3DS, News
1 day ago by (@NE_Brian)

Bandai Namco has shared a ton of details about Tales of the World: Reve Unitia. You can find them rounded up below.

Story Prologue

- For as long as people have seen dreams in their sleep, there’s been a world that’s accumulated those dreams and taken shape from them
- World is known as Revaria
- Those who live in the world are known as the Lufres
- Lufres maintain balance in the world by purifying Vuur
- Vuur: the embodiment of people’s bad dreams and wavering hearts
- Things have started to change recently
- Vuur, which once had no physical form to call its own, has taken shape as a monster
- Only the Dream Guardians can face Vuur in its current state
- These are a group of powerful Lufres
- But without warning, every last Dream Guardian disappears without a trace
- The only Lufres remaining are young ones that still lack much strength
- They set out to summon people from The Awakened World in the hopes that they can find ones with the power to fight Vuur
- The Tales characters who end up being recruited as a result lose their memories of their respective worlds
- They still have their core beliefs and so they set out to take down a threat that poses danger to every world, not just Revaria
- Vuur continues to grow more powerful
- The young Lufres, otherwise known as Wako in their world, were left behind live in fear
- Taking matters into their own hands, they use what little power they have to try and summon Awakened Ones, but it ends in failure as their targets are spread out all over the world of Revaria, rather than just with them in their town
- One of the young Wako is Terun
- Terun leaves the town in order to try and find these Awakened Ones in spite of fear of Vuur
- While these fears are realized when Vuur tries to attack him, he’s saved in the nick of time by two of the ones he’s looking for, Asbel and Lloyd
- The two work with Terun and the others continue to gather more and more people who were summoned to Revalia as the work on undoing the danger that besieges the world

Nahato’s Storyline

- While Terun is meeting with Asbel and Lloyd, Nahato meets two more Tales characters summoned to Revalia, Yuri and Jade
- Worried about the fate of the Tales worlds in addition to Revalia, Nahato and company take up arms and fight
- Terun’s story otherwise unfolds from a different perspective altogether


- Terun: “Please, let met go with you all! I can do more than just project you all!”
- Youngest member of the Lufres
- Lacks in confidence and strength but makes up for with sheer kindness
- His dealings with the Awakened Ones result in him awakening to a strong resolve
- Terun normally resembles something akin the Tales series’ previous mascot characters, but in battle, he takes on the form of a human and fights alongside the other characters


- “Then that makes two of us. I have something to protect as well. That’s all.”
- Strongest Dream Guardian among the Lufres
- Like a parent/sibling to Terun as the one who looks after him
- Nahato uses the power of Dream Silk to take on Vuur and like Terun has two different forms he uses depending on the situation and stands at 5’8” (173 cm.) when he’s in his fighting form

Asbel Lhant (Tales of Graces)

- “We can’t turn our backs on this problem, not when it affects our own worlds as well.”
- Young swordsman who ends up helping to save Terun in a forest
- Polite and serious, he’s always good about looking after others

Lloyd Irving (Tales of Symphonia)

- “What are you saying? Of course we’re all friends here!”
- Swordsman who wields two blades
- Helps Asbel save Terun
- While he can get fired up, Lloyd is fundamentally a nice person at heart

Natalia L.K. Lanvaldear (Tales of the Abyss)

- “It’s only natural that I’d help someone who’s hurt.”
- Comes from regal stock
- Natalia is an archer who’s more than willing to take up her bow to ensure justice is served

Yuri Lowell (Tales of Vesperia)

- “I’m not one to just stand and gawk while people are out their risking their neck. I’m going to go lend them a hand.”
- Yuri is deeply cynical of the world around him, choosing to operate under his own principles as a swordsman
- His sheer speed will have players’ heads spinning if they’re not careful

Jade Curtis (Tales of the Abyss)

- “Heh, you kids are just full of energy, aren’t you? Fine, you win. Shall I tag along then?”
- Mysterious man who’s highly proficient in both Artes and fighting with a spear
- Tends to wear a smile, but it’s hard to read what emotions really lie underneath it
- “I’m going, too! I want to help everyone else out!”
- Naïve and friendly on the outside, but has a strong willpower about her
- She mainly uses strong attack Artes, but is also fully capable of acting as a healer as well



Disney Infinity 2.0′s August release mention was “incorrect”

Posted under News, Wii, Wii U
1 day ago by (@NE_Brian)

Yesterday we heard that Disney Infinity 2.0 could be launching in August. That information was based on a deleted post on the official Disney Fan Club D23 website. As it turns out though, the report was “incorrect.”

Disney Interactive passed along the following statement to Game Informer:

“In D23′s News Briefs published April 15, 2014, we erroneously reported about the launch of the next chapter of Disney Infinity. This information was incorrect. More news about Disney Infinity will be shared on April 30, and we hope you will check back for that update.”



Korea RRA approves unknown Nintendo device?

Posted under General Nintendo, Rumors
1 day ago by (@NE_Brian)

The image above comes from a classification on Korea’s RRA website. At the moment, it’s unclear as to what the listing pertains to.

The unknown Nintendo device is described as a “portable video player” and features the model name WIS-009. I won’t even try to speculate about this, as it could turn out to be nothing at all. We’ll keep the post updated with additional news (if there is any).

Source, Via


Wii Karaoke U receives new update in Europe

Posted under News, Wii U
2 days ago by (@NE_Brian)

Nintendo has brought out a new update for Wii Karaoke U in Europe.

Here’s what’s new/changed:

Adds support for wireless microphones
Adds the ability to turn on the Melody Guide for all Backdrops
Adds several new costumes
Adds the ability to filter out songs by language
Displays national flags next to each Mii character on the Online Ranking results screen
Prevents the display of certain song lyrics in screenshots posted to Miiverse
Introduces additional enhancements to improve the user’s experience and enjoyment



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