Bandai Namco has announced a new title for 3DS based on the Majin Bone card game and anime. It’ll feature three-on-three co-op battles and some functionality which allows Data Cardass cards from the arcade game to be read. The game will be available this fall.
European One Piece: Unlimited World Red boxart
Taiko no Tatsujin Wii U adding more Nintendo songs
A new wave of Nintendo songs are heading to Taiko no Tatsujin Wii U.
The game will soon be receiving Balloon Fight’s Balloon Trip song, Dr. Mario’s Fever, and a song from The Legend of Zelda. NES Remix tunes will also be offered.
All of the new songs will be available on March 19 for free.
Game Center CX 3 screenshots
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A couple of new Kamen Rider: Battride War II details
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We have a couple of new details about Kamen Rider: Battride War 2. As revealed in this week’s Japanese magazines, the main story follows Baron, Ryugen, and Gaim after they wander into a mysterious room in Ieyasu Castle. Other confirmed characters include Strawberry Arms, Pineapple Arms, Ryuga, Auto Vajin, and Bujin Gaim.
One Piece: Unlimited World Red confirmed for North America as well
Following Bandai Namco’s European/Australian announcement earlier today, the company has now confirmed One Piece: Unlimited World Red for North America as well. It’ll be available on the same platforms – Wii U (digital only), 3DS, PS3, and PS Vita (digital only). The game is due out later in 2014.
Source: Bandai Namco PR
One Piece: Unlimited World Red “REDefined Adventures” trailer
One Piece: Unlimited World Red coming to Europe, heading to Wii U as well
Update: Also confirmed for North America.
Bandai Namco has confirmed One Piece: Unlimited World Red for overseas territories, but today’s announcement comes with some surprising news.
In Japan, One Piece: Unlimited World Red was a 3DS-exclusive title. However, the European and Australian release will also be made available on Wii U, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita.
Here’s the game’s official overview:
Video: Pac-Man projection behind the scenes
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If you’re wondering what the heck this entire thing is about, check out our earlier report here.
Pac-Land rated by the OFLC
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A new rating for Pac-Land has appeared on the OFLC. The listing likely pertains to a future re-release on the Virtual Console. OFLC doesn’t specify any platform, so it could be for the Wii U, 3DS, or both systems.