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The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is primarily a multiplayer game, but single player is also available. The video below shows how the gameplay works on solo mode.

Nintendo of Europe has released an official press release regarding Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam.

15th October 2015 – The Mushroom Kingdom is about to learn that two Marios are better than one in Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros.! Releasing on December 4th for Nintendo 3DS family systems, the fifth instalment of the popular RPG series will see Paper Mario jump off the page and form a superstar team of Mario Bros. to take on the only thing more threatening to the Mushroom Kingdom than one Bowser: two of them!

When Luigi accidentally opens a mysterious book hidden away in Peach’s Castle,  he gets more than he bargained for when characters from the Paper Mario universe spill out of the pages and start running amok. Players must take control of the terrific trio of Mario, Luigi and Paper Mario to defeat Bowser and Paper Bowser and bring the Paper Mario characters back to their original world.

Adding Paper Mario to their ranks means that Mario and Luigi have even more ways to explore, solve puzzles and take down any enemies foolish enough to mess with the Mario Bros. In a first for the series, players can now battle with Trio Attacks, as well as use Paper Mario’s unique copy ability, allowing him to create duplicates of himself in order to bolster his attack power. Our papery hero also has special skills outside of battle, like his ability to slip through tiny cracks to areas inaccessible to the three-dimensional brothers.

Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros. will also see the introduction of Paper Craft Battles, tasking players with taking down the Bowsers’ forces with the power of dance! Craft battles see our heroes take part in rhythm-based events in order to power a giant papercraft and use it to defeat giant papercrafts from Bowser’s army.

Avoid a “tearable” fate as Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Bros. for Nintendo 3DS family systems launches across Europe on 4th December.

The female athlete Ronda Rousey is dressing up like Pikachu for a Sportscenter feature. The UFC fighter has made comments in the past that indicate that she is a fan of the Pokemon series. Check it out below!

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It was previously announced that Mario & Luigi would be launching in Japan on December 3rd, the title has now received a launch update for various regions. Nintendo of Europe will be releasing the game on December 4th, the day after the Japanese release. Nintendo Australia will be releasing the game on December 10th, the week after the Japanese release.

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The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is getting a complete guide released in Japan on October 22nd. This guide is being produced by Nintendo Dream and will cost 1296 Yen to purchase. The guide will cover the 8 areas, the 32 levels, all the bosses, and so much more. Get your copy at:

Complete Guide


Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures arrived on the European Wii U Virtual Console this past week. Check out the gameplay footage below.

Pokemon Shuffle’s latest stage, focusing on a new Pokemon Safari, is now live. This event only lasts 14 days and ends 1:oo AM EST on October 26.

Pokemon Shuffle’s latest stage, focusing on Dusknoir, is now live. This event only lasts 14 days and ends 1:oo AM EST on October 26.

Hoopa will be made available at select GAME retailers between October 23 and November 5, 2015. A copy of Pokémon X, Pokémon Y, Pokémon Omega Ruby, or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire will be required to receive the Mythical Pokemon. This official distribution will also provide players the availability to transform Hoopa into Hoopa Unbound using the prison bottle item in Pokémon Omega Ruby, or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire.

The official announcement also provided plenty of screenshots to browse. Check them out below:


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