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Leaked artwork appears to reveal that Capcom Arcade Cabinet is on the way. While the images are Xbox Live Arcade-related, Pockett Videogames has apparently confirmed with its sources that Wii U eShop and 3DS eShop releases are planned as well.

Capcom Arcade Cabinet has not been officially announced. It also isn’t clear which games would be included in the collection, but the artwork hints at Ghosts ‘n Goblins, Commando, Gun.Smoke, Side Arms, 1943 and Black Tiger.

If Capcom Arcade Cabinet is a real thing, expect it on digital download services next year.

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This month’s EDGE review scores are as follows:

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 – 8
Far Cry 3 – 8
Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale – 7
Natural Selection 2 – 8
Call of Duty: Black Ops – Declassified – 2
Scribblenauts Unlimited – 7
Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two – 5
Fallblox – 7
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed – 7
Little Inferno – 6

Thanks to joclo for the tip.

This month’s Official Nintendo Magazine review scores are as follows:

Call of Duty: Black Ops II – 82%
Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed – 62%
Mass Effect 3: Special Edition – 81%
Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition -84%
Trine 2: Directors Cut – 90%
Sports Connection – 18%
Darksiders 2 – 80%
Assassin’s Creed III – 80%
Game Party Champions – 12%
Ben 10: Omniverse – 40%
Tank! Tank! Tank! – 71%
Warriors Orochi 3 Hyper – 55%
Chasing Aurora – 77%
Little Inferno – 66%
Mighty Switch Force HD – 65%
Nano Assualt Neo – 58%
Puddle – 68%
Fallblox – 87%
Real Heroes: Firefighter – 60%
Spirit Hunters Inc. – 39%

Thanks to joclo for the tip.

Well folks, this is the end of the line. Nintendo Power’s final issue is out that door and has started to reach subscribers. The magazine picks their all-time favorite games and looks back on Nintendo Power’s history. There are reviews of the first wave of Wii U titles as well.

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


3DS Download Titles
Johnny Kung Fu – 700 yen
Dasshutsu Adventure Majo no Sumu Yakata DEMO – FREE
Dokodemo Honya-san (e-book and manga service) – FREE
Dragon Quest X Odekake Mosha de Battle (camera application) – 600 yen
Riki Densetsu – 800 yen
Kawai Koneko 3D (retail download) – 5,040 yen
Lost Heroes (retail download) – 6,280 yen

Virtual Console
Summer Carnival ’92 Rekka (Famicom) – 500 yen
Rock Man 6: Shij? Saidai no Tatakai! (Mega Man 6, Famicom) – 400 yen (until 1/7)

Wii U

Wii U Download Titles
NicoNico (Video Service) – FREE
Hulu – FREE
Youtube – FREE
New Super Mario Bros. U (retail download) – 5,985 yen
NintendoLand (retail download) – 4,935 yen
Assassin’s Creed III (retail download) – 6,930 yen
ZombiU (retail download) – 6,300 yen
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Wii U Edition (retail download) – 6,280 yen
Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge (retail download) – 6,300 yen
Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition (retail download) – 5,480 yen
FIFA 13 World Class Soccer (retail download) – 7,665 yen
Mus? Orochi 2 Hyper (retail download) – 6,300 yen
Sangokushi 12 (Romance of the Three Kingdoms 12, retail download) – 8,000 yen

Video Content

Dokodemo Honya-san (e-book service) video
Dragon Quest X camera app video


As is the case with the 3DS, Wii U demos from the eShop come with play limits. You can only boot up a demo a certain amount of times before it becomes inoperable.

According to a Nintendo representative, publishers determine how long demos remain on the eShop and how many times they can be played.

“Each publisher has the opportunity to decide how long demos will stay on the eShop, and how many times consumers can play them before they expire.”

When content expires, you’ll receive the following message when trying to start the demo:

“This demo can no longer be used. View information about the full version in the Nintendo eShop?”

If you select yes, you’ll be taken to the game’s eShop page.