Category Archives: eShop

Comic Workshop 2: Who wants to be a pro? (3DS app review)

Published on March 20th, 2017 by PersonSP

Title: Comic Workshop 2 Developer: Collavier Corporation Publisher: Collavier Release date: 18 June 2015 Price:$9.99/£7.19/7.19€ Mixed feelings, that’s the best way to describe Comic Workshop 2. For those of you who already have the first game, is the sequel that different? No, not really. But it is better and you will get a nice 40% discount. Comic Workshop 2 […]

‘Mario Party Star Rush’ is announced with more Super Mario amiibo

Published on June 22nd, 2016 by T-Player Guy

Well, apparently Nintendo was holding a surprise card up their sleeves for E3, as they’ve announced a new game for 3DS. It’s a party game, with Mario hosting it. Yup, it’s another Mario Party, and this one’s name is ‘Mario Party Star Rush’. The gameplay, from what we know thus far, will feature one mode […]

My Nintendo Picross-The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Review

Published on June 9th, 2016 by T-Player Guy

A game from 2006 gets reborn in a new shade of fresh light ten years later, re-released for a more recent and powerful console, and that game is The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess, through…a Picross game. Ok, I know there’s primarly a Wii U remake released just before this, but that’s on wait for […]

New Nintendo Games Humble Bundle Now Available

Published on April 29th, 2016 by Kai

The next Humble Bundle is now available and this time to brings 3DS and Wii U games to the table for whatever price you choose to pay. Known as ‘Humble Friends of Nintendo Bundle’, 3DS and Wii U gamers can get select Nintendo games for an affordable price tag with a bulk purchase discount. If […]

Flipnote Studio 3D is coming to Europe

Published on April 1st, 2016 by Kai

Flipnote Studio 3D is being given out to European 3DS users who pre-register for a Nintendo Account between March 31st – April 30th and link their Nintendo Network ID to that account. Flipnote Studio 3D came out in Japan in 2013 and was scheduled to be released in North America and Europe later that year, […]

Mario Tennis Ultra Smash Review

Published on February 1st, 2016 by T-Player Guy

Once more, Mario and his friends (as well as enemies) are once again back playing tennis after some years from the last time they’ve done so, but do they still have their rackets in good shape or was it required a bit more of training? Ultra Smash is the sixth game with the Mario Tennis […]

Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2015 eShop Discounts

Published on November 25th, 2015 by Gervais D.

Nintendo of America has discounts available from now until December 2nd for some 3DS and Wii U games via eShop. You can save up to 50% off select titles, so be sure to check out the list below and find out if anything interests you. List of 3DS games on sale : Luigi’s Mansion: Dark […]

Stella Glow Review

Published on November 13th, 2015 by Spinnerweb

Title: Stella Glow Developer/Publisher: Imageepoch/Atlus Release Date: November 17th, 2015 Price: $49.99 Stella Glow’s heavy emphasis on song might mislead the casual observer to believe that Imageepoch’s last game has rhythm elements. It doesn’t. It’s a straightforward strategy RPG through and through, set in a world where humans have lost the ability to sing. Only witches […]

Pokémon Red, Blue, And Yellow Will Appear On 3DS Virtual Console In February 2016

Published on November 13th, 2015 by Dwi Krisdianto

All those Pokémon fame started with the first-gen Pokémon games: Pokémon Red and Blue, then Yellow. While we already got the Nintendo 3DS remake version of Pokémon Sapphire and Ruby, Nintendo wants to push the fans’ further into the franchise using time-travelling. How come? Making those first-gen Pokémon games appear as Virtual Console games. Yes, […]

Gunslugs 2: More Explosions, yet Less Level Design (3DS eShop Review)

Published on November 5th, 2015 by Dwi Krisdianto

While in real life most people avoid fire and explosions, entertainment perceives such elements as the fuse of adrenaline and excitement. It is true that we love jolts and surprises in games, but is that enough to keep ourselves engaged? Picking Gunslugs 2, a retro-style game inspired from 80’s action-hero movies and other entertainment with similar […]