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Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam now has a final release date in Japan. The game will be available on December 3, Nintendo’s official schedule listing reveals.

In the west, Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is due out sometime during the spring.

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It’s been a long time coming, but Nintendo Everything’s longest-running feature with the lowest number of updates is back and ready to cover a whole new platform of import games. I not so recently bought a Japanese New 3DS while overseas so now I can actually write about games that came out during this decade. And now six months later I’m finally taking some time out from managing my Girls Mode 3 store and decorating my home menu with badges of Waluigi in a train to review my favourite Japan-exclusive 3DS title I’ve played so far – Daigasso! Band Brothers P. This game mixes rhythm gameplay with the ability to create and share your own composition to create a unique experience that’s unlike anything else on the 3DS. There aren’t many other games that do such a great job of making players feel like they’re part of a band – and without a single plastic instrument, too!

In this month’s issue of Japanese magazine Nintendo Dream, Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. art director Takako Sakai opened up on the game’s art style and visuals as a whole.

According to Sakai, he wanted there to be as few differences as possible between the 2D illustrations and in-game 3D models.

Sakai began by creating character illustrations that imitated the feel of American comics from 1960 since he felt that was nicely compatible with polygons. However, this style was also chosen since he personally liked it.

Next, Sakai shares the following about why and how the art style in Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. changed a bit:

Fire Emblem If screenshots

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Famitsu has now posted its complete interview with the Fire Emblem If developers online, and it comes with a few new screenshots. View them in the gallery below.

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An official page for the Fire Emblem If theme song just recently opened. In a brief introduction for the series, it’s revealed that sales of Awakening have climbed to 1.79 million units. That’s a worldwide figure as of December 2014.

The fully translated overview states:

Fire Emblem – Nintendo’s SRPG series that has been beloved by fans for 25 years. The most recent entry, Fire Emblem Awakening, sold 1.79 million copies worldwide (as of December 2014), and now, this world-beloved series’ latest entry, “Fire Emblem if”, will be released to celebrate the 25th anniversary.

Fire Emblem: Awakening originally launched in Japan in April 2012. The North American release took place in February 2013, with Europe getting the game a couple of months later.

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Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. debuted in Japan last week. Sadly, it’s almost an understatement to say that it’s off to a very slow start.

As Media Create didn’t include Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. in its latest charts, it was an indication that the game sold under 2,000 units. This is something that Famitsu confirms with its own sales figures. According to the site, Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. moved just 1,835 copies in Japan.

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Nintendo published a North American launch trailer for Stretchmo. Catch it below.

Fullblox footage

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Nintendo released Fullblox on the European 3DS eShop today. Take a look at some footage from the title below.

Nintendo has unexpectedly launched Fullblox on the European 3DS eShop. You may recall that the game saw a surprising announcement and release in Japan earlier this week. At this time, Fullblox is not available in North America.

Fullblox, a puzzle experience, can be downloaded from the European 3DS eShop for free. It comes with seven introductory puzzles, and players can purchase four additional DLC pack.

It’s possible to purchase the four DLC packs individually for the following prices:

– Mallo’s Playtime Plaza (£4.49): 100 progressively challenging levels that introduce the basics of the game.
– Poppy’s Sculpture Square (£2.69): 50 puzzle levels shaped like animals and objects.
– Corin’s Fortress of Fun (£2.69): 50 levels featuring new gizmo obstacles and enemies.
– Papa Blox’s NES Expo (£2.69): A treat for retro fans that features 50 levels based on classic NES characters.

Nintendo is also offering the following bundles:

– Bundle featuring all four DLC packs, £8.99
– Bundle of three DLC packs after Mallo’s Playtime Plaza has already been purchased, £6.29
– Bundle of any three DLC packs after already purchasing one of the following: Poppy’s Sculpture Square, Papa Blox’s NES Expo or Corin’s Fortress of Fun, £8.09

Check out the official trailer and announcement for Fullblox below.

The latest issue of Famitsu contains an interview with the developers behind Fire Emblem If. Yokota Kenki, Maeda Kouhe, and Masahiro Higuchi commented on the game’s concept, Phoenix Mode, different sides, gameplay, and a few other topics.

Head past the break for a roundup of the Q&A. All translations come courtesy of kantopia.

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