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3DS eShop charts (12/24/12)

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This week’s 3DS eShop charts are as follows:


1. Pokemon Dream Radar
2. Crimson Shroud
3. Metroid II – Return of Samus
4. Super Mario Bros.
5. Pokedex 3D Pro
6. 3D Classics: Twinbee
7. Wario Land 2
8. Ninja Gaiden
9. Crashmo
10. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX
11. Zelda II – The Adventure of Link
12. The Legend of Zelda
13. Paper Mario: Sticker Star
14. Liberation Maiden
15. Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
16. Cut The Rope
17. Pushmo
18. 3D Classics: Kirby’s Adventure
19. Colors! 3D
20. Photo Dojo


1. Adventure Time Video
2. Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels Video
3. Nintendo Show 3D: December 6, 2012
4. Crimson Shroud Video
5. Nintendo Show 3D: December 20, 2012
6. Pokedex 3D Pro Video
7. Nintendo Direct: December 5, 2012
8. Pokemon Dream Radar Video
9. Pokemon Rumble Blast Video
10. Wario Land 2 Video
11. What is Nintendo Video?
12. Paper Mario: Sticker Star Video
13. Art of Balance TOUCH! Video
14. 2 Fast 4 Gnomz Video
15. Paper Mario: Sticker Star October 25, 2012
16. Ninja Gaiden Video
17. Crashmo Video
18. New Super Mario Bros. 2: Coin Rush
19. Mario Kart 7 Video
20. Nintendo Show 3D: November 22, 2012

Source: 3DS eShop

Selectsoft will publish “101 DinoPets 3D” on the 3DS eShop early next month.

As the name implies, players can interact over 101 dino friends. You can teach your “pet” how to dance, jump and fly. It’s also possible to enter pet shows to earn toys, food and furniture. If that wasn’t enough, the dinosaur can be dressed with hats and glasses. The game includes several mini-games involving the vet, bathing, and more.

101 DinoPets 3D launches on January 10 for $4.99.

Source: Selectsoft PR

Renegade Kid co-founder Jools Watsham shared updates on the studio’s slate of upcoming titles in a new video. Watsham discussed Mutant Mudds Deluxe, ATV Wild Ride 3D, and a secret Wii U game.

Watsham’s full video is above. A roundup of information is posted below.

Mutant Mudds Deluxe

– Planned for release in Q1 2013
– “coming together nicely”
– New content and more details coming in January

ATV Wild Ride 3D

– Nearly done
– Tweaking taking place
– If all goes well, will be submitted in January
– If this happens, then a February or March release is likely
– One more surprise to show for ATV

Wii U

– “We will have one surprise to show off on the Wii U. What could that be?”
– New game
– “is super secret”
– Can’t say anything right now
– Sounds like it may be at PAX East in March (either trailer only or playable)

Japan has been getting classic Mega Man 3DS eShop titles on a regular basis. That hasn’t been the same in North America, but Capcom finally confirmed that the NES title will arrive starting on December 27 and throughout 2013.

Capcom senior community manager Brett Elston was recently about the hurdles in releasing the Mega Man games on the North American eShop. Ultimately, the delay came about since Capcom wanted to have the retro titles lined up for Mega Man’s 25th anniversary.

“Now that we’ve announced the release date of these titles (starting with MM1 on 12/27), we’ll come clean and say most of those ‘hurdles’ were getting everything lined up for the anniversary period. We wanted to have MM1 arrive as close to 12/17 as possible, which required close coordination with Nintendo.”

Elston also commented on whether he believes Mega Man could still find a home at retail. He noted that it is “entirely possible we’ll find an idea or concept that warrants a full disc release, but for the immediate future, digital feels like the right way to experience Mega Man.”

“It’s entirely possible we’ll find an idea or concept that warrants a full disc release, but for the immediate future, digital feels like the right way to experience Mega Man. What form it takes, and which platform(s) it appears on, would need to suit the game and the intended audience. That said, the perceived quality of a digital title should be quite strong these days; just because something arrives via download and not in a box doesn’t mean it’s ‘lesser’ in some way.”


Capcom kicked off Mega Man’s 25th anniversary by releasing Street Fighter X Mega Man and confirming classic games for the 3DS eShop in North America and Europe.

Fans may be wondering: is anything else planned for the 3DS? Senior community manager Brett Elston was recently asked if the company has any plans to offer something more beyond Virtual Console games on the eShop – specifically a 3D Classic.

“A great idea, and one I’ve brought up before. It’s just something both Capcom Japan and Nintendo would have to collaborate on. Never say never, but no official word at the moment.”

Capcom senior VP Christian Svensson also commented on additional Wii VC releases and “3DS stuff” on the official boards:

“I’m not sure if there’s any more Wii VC projects in the works at all with our online group at this point. I will say that they’ve at times just popped out of no where in the past so my lack of knowledge shouldn’t be taken as gospel. These projects [sic] aren’t on our usual product roadmap. I’m hoping the group is looking at 3DS stuff though. We’ve made some requests for a few things to be explored based upon feedback here. We’ll see what happens.

Source 1, Source 2

BlayzBloo: Clone Phantasma is launching on the Japanese eShop next week. But could a western release be in the cards?

You may remember that Aksys localized the original, BlayzBloo: Super Melee Action Battle Royale, for DSiWare back in 2010. There seems to be at least some interest in bringing over the eShop sequel, as the official BlazBlue Facebook page states the following:

So – BlayzBloo: Clone Phantasma on 3DS then. This is coming out on the 26th of December in Japan as many of you know – but we’re curious. How many of you would like to see this get a western release?

Hit ‘like’ if you want this to come out in the west.

Comment if you played the previous BlazyBloo!

Make your voice be heard here.


This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content:

Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS™
Wario Land 2™ – In Wario Land 2, Wario must steal his treasure back from the devious Captain Syrup and the Black Sugar Gang. Scavenge for coins and treasures through multiple levels surrounding Wario’s castle. Multiple paths, bonus games and creative game play await Wario as he goes on a challenging quest to find his stolen treasure. Wario Land 2 was originally released for Game Boy™ Color in 1999 and is now available as a Virtual Console title for the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS.

escapeVektor™ – Vektor has been trapped inside the CPU for what feels like an eternity and you are his only hope of escape. As he travels through the CPU, help him recover his memories and destroy the different enemy types sent to hunt him. There is a whole world to uncover within the CPU. Hiding away are 150 levels, 27 worlds and four unique abilities to unlock and upgrade. Online leaderboards allow you to compete against your friends. Use wildcards to double your score in each level and boost your ranking.