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Gunman Clive has a few glitches. A number of users have encountered crashes with the game’s second boss, and there are other issues that need to be addressed.

Thankfully, developer Bertil Hörberg is in the process of addressing the problems. There isn’t an immediate fix in the works, but players should know that an update will likely be coming in the future.

“As I suspected, the train boss bug is a command buffer overflow, which should be easy enough to fix. There’s a few other issues I need to look into as well and then there’s the whole process of releasing a patch/update that I haven’t really [sic] looked into yet. It could take a while, especially during the holidays. In the meantime you should be able to avoid any risk of running into the bug by turning off 3D during that fight, as there’s only about half the render commands in 2D.”

Gunman Clive came out on the European 3DS eShop on December 20. It’s due out this Thursday in North America.


Like many other older 3DS retail games, Konami has made New Love Plus available on the 3DS eShop. But you’ll need a bunch of space on an SD card in order to download the game.

1.8GB (14,400 blocks) are required on a card. You can throw in another 600MB (4,800 blocks) for save data. New Love Plus can be purchased for 4,800 yen.


Starting on New Year’s day, eight different Arc System Works games will be available at a discount on the Japanese 3DS eShop. The publisher is hosting a sale through January 6 on the following titles:

Escape Adventure Girl of the Old School Building – 600 yen (14% off)
Falconry King – 500 yen (29% off)
Okiraku Kart 3D – 350 yen (30% off)
Otegaru Puzzle Series: Alice to Mah? no Trump – 350 yen (30% off)
ARC STYLE: San Goku Shi Pinball – 500 yen (29% off)
ARC STYLE: Women’s Soccer! ! 3D – 350 yen (30% off)
ARC STYLE: Simple Mahjong 3D – 350 yen (30% off)
Carefree Millionaire 3D – 200 yen (33% off)

Thanks to the USK, it’s been confirmed that Witch’s Cat and Family Kart 3D will be heading to the European 3DS eShop. Neither game has a release date yet, but be on the lookout for the games soon.

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After originally coming out for WiiWare, Romino Games ported Swords & Soldiers to a number of platforms. A 3DS eShop port is now in the works as well.

Circle Entertainment is working on the 3DS version. CEO Chris Chau said his company contacted Romino a few months back, and the studio was receptive of a 3DS port.

“We reached out to Ronimo a few months ago. They’re very nice and they’re happy to do a 3DS version of Swords & Soldiers. Circle always wants to take on new projects in different genres, so Swords & Soldiers 3D can be a first step [to making more 3DS titles].”

Chau added that Circle Entertainment is in talks with Romino about a demo and free DLC. Swords & Soldiers 3D could be out by spring.

“We’re still discussing with Ronimo the possibility of offering free DLC and a demo [for Swords & Soldiers 3D] to players. I believe people will be able to see this title in a few months—perhaps next Spring.”


This week’s Japanese 3DS and Wii U eShop updates are as follows:


3DS Downloadable Titles
Nyokenshi Akane – 700 yen
3D Space Harrier – 600 yen
Zombie Slayer – 700 yen
Charis? DX – 600 yen
Blazblue Kuron Fantazuma – 800 yen
Fantasy Life (retail title) – 5,800 yen
ESSE Rakuraku Kakeibo (retail title) – 2,800 yen
K?kan Sagashi Mono Kei N?ryoku Kaihatsu 3D no Training (retail title) – 2,800
New Love Plus (retail version) – 4,800 yen
Biohazard: The Mercenaries 3D (retail version) – 2,600 yen
Moe Moe Dai Sens? Gen Daiban 3D (retail title) – 5,400 yen

Virtual Console
Famicom Wars (Famicom) – 500 yen
Meiky? Kumikyoku: Milon no Daib?ken (Famicom, Milon’s Secret Castle) – 500 yen

Wii U

Wii U Downloadable Software
Tank! Tank! Tank! – FREE (3 play limit per day, freemium version)
Monster Hunter 3 (tri) G HD Ver. – 4,300 yen

Video Content

Dasshutsu Adventure Majo no Sumu Yakata (Escape Adventure – The Witch’s Mansion) 3D video
Bird Mania video
Nyokenshi Akane video
3D Space Harrier video
New Super Mario Bros. U commercials
6-minute Fantasy Life video