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Okay, so I know that I teased that I’d be writing about a different game in the last column (which was posted five months ago, holy crap) but there’s a reason for that. Turns out that a game that’s essentially “Style Savvy but also a dating sim” isn’t all that unique when Nintendo ended up adding boyfriends to Style Savvy anyway. So instead I chose to write about one of my favourite Game Boy titles in celebration of the handheld’s 25th anniversary (which was three months ago, holy crap). Yep, that chunky handheld sure gave us plenty of timeless experiences like Link’s Awakening, Mole Mania, and Revenge of the Gator’s title screen, but today I want to focus on a lesser-known classic for Nintendo’s monochromatic machine, an early Japanese dungeon crawler called Cave Noire published by Konami way back in 1991.

Prince of Tennis II is slated for a November 6th release and today a few screenshots were released along with a few tidbits:

  • The game follows the anime series
  • Takes place in a training camp
  • You play as a female rookie journalist who interviews the team members


Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal World Duel Carnival launched in Europe just a few days ago. Now that the western version is out, we’re hearing that Konami dropped a whole bunch of content.

For the English release, the device and database modes have been removed. There are additionally no duelist profiles, photos, ending pictures, and you can’t play music when you wish.

The Japanese version of Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal World Duel Carnival features 40 playable characters. In the localized edition, there are only 12:

– Yuma
– Astral
– Tori
– Reginald
– Kite
– Dr. Faker
– Vetrix
– Trey
– Quattro
– Alito
– Konami-kun (aka Hat Guy)

Finally, all mats and sleeves are automatically unlocked in the game from the get go.


Konami announced Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal World Duel Carnival’s localization today, but only for Europe. Apparently though, a North American launch is also in the cards.

The official Yu-Gi-Oh Facebook page claims that Zexal World Duel Carnival will arrive in the states in September. However, unlike Europe, it will be an eShop-only release.

The Facebook post reads:


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