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OlliOlli officially confirmed for release in March 5, supports cross buy in all regions

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Curve Studios announced today that OlliOlli will launch for both Wii U and 3DS on March 5. Pricing is set at £7.99/$9.99/€9.99.

Curve also confirmed that OlliOlli will make use of a new “Buy One, Get One Free” scheme. If you purchase OlliOlli for either Wii U or 3DS, you’ll get the other version free. This is supported in all regions. Curve says it has worked closely with Nintendo to make the functionality possible.

You can find today’s announcement in full below.

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Another Kersploosh game is coming to Japan on April 22 with New 3DS enhancements

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Another Kersploosh game is in development and will head to Japan on April 22, Poisoft announced today. The title includes around 20 to 30 new stages plus re-imaginings of old stages (as hidden stages). There are also roughly 15 projectiles, including ice-cubes and darts. We’re also hearing that it will feature New 3DS enhancements.

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Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D update 1.1 out now

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Nintendo has officially released an update for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D. Version 1.1 addresses a glitch involving the sword at the Honey and Darling Minigame, and gets rid of error messages that were sometimes displayed. Nintendo also speaks in general terms about fixing some other problems.

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Choice Provisions bringing Shütshimi to Wii U

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Neon Deity Games’ randomized shoot ‘em up Shütshimi is coming to Wii U. Choice Provisions announced that the company will be publishing the title on Nintendo’s console and other platforms.

Read up on a brief overview of Choice Provisions below. You’ll also find an announcement trailer attached.

Shütshimi is a randomized shoot ‘em up about a muscle-bound fish with memory problems defending the seven seas.

Armed with your trusty bullet-morphing shotgun, defeat or navigate through waves of enemies and collect powerups as you battle your way through each of the game’s bosses. But there’s a catch (there’s always a catch): you’ve been cursed with an incredibly short attention span. Combat waves and upgrade cycles only last 10 seconds a piece, so you’d better act fast!

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Dragon Fantasy Book I and II now planned for Wii U in addition to 3DS

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Muteki ended up confirming Dragon Fantasy Book I and II for 3DS last year. The studio finally shared an update today, and also revealed that the two titles will be heading to another Nintendo system.

First, let’s talk about the big news. Dragon Fantasy Book I and II are now confirmed to be in development for Wii U alongside 3DS. The two RPGs will be released under the updated name “Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria”.

Muteki additionally announced today that Choice Provisions will be in charge of publishing duties for Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria. The company will be handling things like dealing with rating boards while Muteki focuses on development.

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Theatrhythm Dragon Quest details

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Square Enix has shared concrete details about what’s included in Theatrhythm Dragon Quest. You can find the information rounded up below, courtesy of Siliconera’s translation.

– Board game-like mode for unlocking content
– Unlock “Rhythm Points” by clearing stages
– Acquire Rhythm Points to play in the Sugoroku Field, get Sugoroku Tickets, or Orbs used to get more teammates
– Sugoroku: Japanese board game that involves using dice to roll from start to finish, often with various gimmicks on your way from start to finish
– Once you reach the goal, you’ll get orbs which come in handy for unlocking allies
– Gimmicks in the Sugoroku Field can be helpful/hurtful
– These include various stores and doors that warp you to other doors, and pitfall traps that throw you outside of the field, resulting in a failure
– You can choose to go again for a chance to double-up your reward, but failing results in getting nothing at all
– Music stages in Theathrythm Dragon Quest aren’t too different from Theathrythm Final Fantasy
– Player Cards in the game let you make with your own comments and looks
– Trade cards with other players
– You’ll also get access to new Sugoroku Field maps by collecting these
– Player Cards contain information such as your top 3 characters and songs, play time, comments, and other records

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There will be a Xenoblade Chronicles 3DS theme

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Update: Bumped to the top. We have another look at the theme, first of all. You can also get the theme by pre-ordering Xenoblade Chronicles 3D from the Nintendo UK store.

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Nintendo has revealed a new 3DS theme based on Xenoblade Chronicles. Those who purchase Xenoblade Chronicles 3D in Europe before April 9 via the eShop will receive it for free. No word on a similar promotion for North America, but we’ll let you know if anything pops up.

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Xenoblade Chronicles X details – weather, characters Lao and Doug

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Another round of Xenoblade Chronicles X details have come in, covering the weather system and a pair of characters. You can find a roundup of the latest content below.

– Different weather and atmospheric differences on Planet Mira
– The weather ranges from fair, cloudy, rainy, thunderstorms, to auroras and rainbows
– Some regions have their own characteristics with heat waves and sandstorms

“The idea of having a different monsters appear in the fields at day and night was already a feature in Xenoblade Chronicles. In Xenoblade Chronicles X, we have also made it so that weather affects the battles.”

“It isn’t just a visual effect, but is fully featured in battle tactics. Tuning the weather change cycle was fairly hard work, though…” – director Koh Kojima

– Visit a BLADE camp to check a Rest Spot
– This can be used to change the time of day by resting

Lao

– One of BLADE’s team leaders
– His combat ability and sense of judgment is said to have been well-noticed by Elma
– Lao has a sensitive side in spite of his looks, speech, and overall cool image
– Passionate man deep down to his heart
– Lao has been friends with Doug since their days in the United States Army

Doug

– Member of BLADE
– Doug excels at all military skills, but is the most effective when it comes to piloting Dolls
– Doug is easy to make fun of despite his stern looks
– Often gets teased by Lyn whenever he messes up during Doll tests
– Doug served under Elma in the Doll Squad back on Earth
– Doll Squad: government spec-ops vehicular instructor corps
– He has been friends with Lao since their days in the United States Army

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