Nintendo Announces Three Zelda Games For The Nintendo 3Ds

Take your hands away from that “Buy” button. If you were thinking about giving yourself some headaches with a new Nintendo 3DS, don’t do it until August 12th. That’s when, according to the company, the U.S. price plummets by about 1/3 from $249 to $169. Similar price drops will be enacted in other regions.

Before I re-read the article and noted that they specified OoT songs, I thought he meant the tunes from those parts of A Link to the Past, which themselves were all pretty awesome.

Add to all of this the recent question of how Capcom of Japan perceives Mega Man’s popularity outside of their home country, and it’s just difficult to tell what might be happening.

Despite the focus of the week being on the Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii U eshop title, “Little Inferno”, is still on sale. If you haven’t purchased “Little Inferno” yet, you still have time to purchase the Κατασκευή ιστοσελίδας με WordPress title while it is on sale for $9.99 – normally priced at $14.99. To help you make your decision easier, find our complete review here.

Cracked takes a look at 20 video game characters, before they made it big. Note that not all of these are exactly safe for work. And that you may never look at Kirby in the same way again.

Well, there is really nothing else I can lead off with than Nintendo’s eventual reply to Operation: Rainfall, the customer-driven campaign to get some good, regular-type video games like Xenoblade Chronicles, The Last Story, and Pandora’s Tower released on the Wii in North America. Bearing in mind, of course, that the only other such games Nintendo of America has announced that they are releasing here in the foreseeable future are Kirby Wii and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, while Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan are all getting one or more of those titles.

This go around, RE Revelations follows Jill Valentine and her partner Parker Luciani as they search for Chris on a seemingly abandoned cruise ship. What ensues is good ‘ol RE action, intrigue and the “revelation” of a new weapon, the T-Abyss virus. Will T-Abyss show up in Resident Evil 6? Irrelevant. Go get the demo.