Castlevania may come out next week, but you can try out a demo today on the 3DS. Also, Bit.Trip’s Captain Video returns, and WiiWare goes back in time.
If you’re looking to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a romantic vacation, Nintendo has found a way for you to do it without leaving your Wii U. Also: Naruto and the Rabbids come to the 3DS.
This week, the Wii U gets punchy while the 3DS gets smarter and better at sports. Also: a particularly straightforward message about religion.
If you own a 3DS, you’re probably pretty excited for Fire Emblem … but it doesn’t come out until next week, so you might as well check out what else Nintendo’s various eShops have to offer.
Nintendo may be celebrating its history this week, but that doesn’t mean you can’t download new titles on its various eShops. Well, assuming you have a Wii U or a 3DS.
This week’s eShop updates are (almost) all about the 3DS, with emblems to awaken, Nemos to find, and groups of Japanese pedestrians to hurl through the air.
It’s a big week for downloading games on Nintendo platforms, as London gets infested with zombies, the Mario brothers jump onto even more screens, and Link goes on an adventure.
Nintendo is helping to implement the use of speech recognition software in Japanese schools, in partnership with telecom company NTT. As part a project currently being trialed, speech can be captured from a classroom teacher, and relayed as text on a student’s DS handheld console.
With the recent release of Nintendo 3DS, it’s no surprise that the older DS Lite is getting a price drop. On June 5, Nintendo will drop the DS Lite’s suggested price from $129.99 to $99.99.
I’ve never been shy about publicly embarrassing myself while playing video games. If you thought the Nintendo Wii was great for embarrassing yourself in front of your friends in your living room, the Nintendo 3DS will let you do that in public while on the go.
Nintendo sold 1.5 million Wii console and DS handheld video-game systems during Black Friday week, according to the Japanese company.