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Update: Added in Tuesday’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 October 24:

October 24

– 26 Pokemon panels
– 4 Super Mario Bros. panels (1 day left)
– 1 free play


Japan has been receiving a bunch of interesting 3DS themes as of late, including Super Mario, Re:Zero, Monster Hunter Stories, Pokemon, Animal Crossing and Sonic. You can view footage of them below.

[Review] Corpse Party

Posted 18 hours ago by in 3DS, Reviews | 5 Comments | 1 Likes


System: 3DS
Release date: October 25, 2016
Developer: Marvelous
Publisher XSEED Games

Halloween is around the corner ladies and gentlemen, and as far as I’m concerned, there’s no better way (or game) to get you in the spirit of all things creepy and dead than Corpse Party. A series that I love dearly is finally making its way over to 3DS for the western audience to enjoy, and it brings along extra chapters not before seen in any of the previous ports and iterations.


The Nintendo UK store is carrying a new round of stock for the Pokemon GO Plus accessory. Get it here. Quantities are “limited”, so we’ll have to see how long this lasts!


It’s a big day for Minecraft: Wii U Edition, as the game is being updated with a bunch of new content. You’ll be able to get your hands on the following:

– Halloween Battle Map DLC
– Campfire Tales Skin Pack
– Battle Map Pack 4 DLC
– Spooky Bundle, containing the Halloween Mash-up Pack, Campfire Tales Skin Pack and Halloween Battle Map

Minecraft: Wii U Edition is also getting patch 14. Head past the break for the full patch notes.


All of Animal Crossing: New Leaf’s online services will undergo maintenance early next week. Here are the exact times:

  • 6 PM PT (October 31st) – 8 PM PT (October 31st)
  • 9 PM ET (October 31st) – 11 PM ET (October 31st)
  • 2 AM in the UK (November 1st) – 4 AM in the UK (November 1st)
  • 3 AM in Europe (November 1st) – 5 AM in Europe November 1st

Given that next week, a special Animal Crossing-focused Nintendo Direct will air on November 2nd, it seems likely that this maintenance is to prepare for the big update that was announced earlier this year, which, among other things, will add amiibo support to New Leaf. The update will probably go live after the Direct.

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Momotaro Dentetsu 2017: Tachiagare Nippon!! will release December 22 for 3DS in Japan. The news comes from its official website, which just opened. There are also multiple screenshots of the game, which you can view below:



Continuing from last week’s Halloween celebrations, Pokemon Shuffle is bringing more Ghost-types to its Special Stages. The main feature is a new Mega competition, centered around Mega Banette. To earn the Banettite Mega-stone, you need to be in the top 13,000 in Europe, 20,000 players in North America, or 60,000 in Japan. Other prizes are as follows:

  • 3 Mega Speedups and 3 Raise Max Level: Top 200 EU, 300 NA, 1,000 JP
  • 2 Mega Speedups and 2 Raise Max Level: Top 1,000 EU, 1,600 NA, 5,000 JP
  • 1 Mega Speedup and 1 Raise Max Level: Top 5,000 EU, 8,000 NA, 25,000 JP
  • Disruption Delay: 5,001-18,000 EU, 8,001-26,000 NA, 25,000-80,000 JP
  • Attack Power: Any players who didn’t earn the Banettite
  • There is also a new stage featuring a Spooky version of Gengar which can only be played once a day, a new Escalation battle for Giratina Altered Form, and a returning stage for Duskclops. Gengar (Spooky) will run until November 1, and Giratina and Duskclops will run until November 7.



    If you’re interested in some new plushies based on Pokemon Sun/Moon, you may want to swing by your local GameStop. Customers are starting to notice that variations based on Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio are appearing. Each one is from the Pokemon Center and goes for $14.95. They might not be showing up at every GameStop store immediately, but many should start carrying the plushies soon.



    Megami Meguri is primarily a free-to-play title. That being said, as previously mentioned, Capcom is preparing a couple of limited editions. A new trailer introducing the Collector’s Package and Complete Edition can be found below.

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