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Puzzle & Dragons Z

IGN posted a new look at the English version of Puzzle & Dragons Z. In the video below, you’ll be able to watch 26 minutes of gameplay.

Pre-loading functionality has been out on Wii U for quite awhile now, but we’ve yet to see the feature be fully utilized on 3DS. In Japan, Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. is the first 3DS game to take advantage of pre-loading. But what about the west?

Nintendo’s website indicates that Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition will in fact allow for pre-loading. Consumers can purchase a code, and we assume it can then be used to grab most of the game’s data before launch.

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GameSpot posted one new video from Puzzle & Dragons Z, which shows a boss battle. We’ve attached it below.

Nintendo released a new trailer for Puzzle & Dragons Z. Watch it below.

Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition will be slightly cheaper than expected. While most retailers have been listing the package for $40, it turns out that the final price will be just $29.99.

Nintendo also confirmed that a demo is in the works for Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition. This will be available “in early May.”

Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition launches in North America on May 22.

Source: Nintendo PR

Update: Amazon is indeed acting weird. Xenoblade Chronicles 3D is $1.50 off (thanks Nocturne) while Mario Party 10 is about $2 off.


Amazon has a strange sale running on Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition. The game won’t be available until May, but you can pre-order the game over on Amazon for just $30.28 – $10 off what we thought was the MSRP. I’m not too sure how long this will last, so take advantage while you can!

GungHo Online Entertainment just held another stream from PAX East 2015, this time for Puzzle & Dragons Z. You can find the full replay after the break.