This is Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy’s download size
Just how big of a download is Professor Layton’s latest entry, Azran Legacy? Players opting for the eShop version will need to reserve 7,309 blocks. That amounts to roughly 914MB.
Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy come to Europe on November 8. Nintendo will publish the game in North America sometime next year.
Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! getting DLC
WayForward and D3Publisher have confirmed downloadable content for Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW!, which launches next month. Players will be able to purchase extra characters following launch. Specific ones have yet to be named.
The confirmation, which comes from Nintendo Life, also confirms the ability to access maps, weapons, and items on the GamePad or 3DS touch screen.
Pokemon devs discuss possibility of paid Pokemon DLC
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Paying for Pokemon DLC isn’t something that Game Freak is going out of its way to make happen, based on new comments from art director Ken Sugimori.
Sugimori shared a few words about the possibility as part of a 4Gamer interview. Speaking with the Japanese publication, he said:
Off-screen Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures footage
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You Are Not The Hero dev open to console port
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You Are Not The Hero, a new action platform RPG, recently reached its funding goal on Kickstarter. The game will be coming to PC followed by support for other OS platforms such as Mac and Linux.
You Are Not The Hero’s Kickstarter success begs the question: could we see console versions as well? At the very least, creator Donn Manalili sounds open to the possibility.
Manalili said the following when 4 color rebellion asked if Wii U, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One ports would be considered:
“We want to focus on the PC and other OS ports first before we think about porting to consoles. Of course, consoles ports would be absolutely amazing and if we’re able to do that then we will. it’s a matter of funding, time, and engine capability. At this point, all three of those are questionable.”
2DS gets a slight discount at various UK retailers, down to around £99
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Several UK retailers have slashed the 2DS’ price just below £100.
Sainsbury has the device going for £99.99 in-store. Tesco Direct has stock available for around the same price, as does Amazon.
Argos also intends to offer the 2DS for £99 along with LEGO The Lord of the Rings and Moshi Monsters: Katsuma Unleashed. The special offer lasts through October 26.