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  • 3DS SpongeBob HeroPants Coming to the 3DS

    Activision and Nickelodeon are taking you under the sea by teaming up with SpongeBob SquarePants and his Bikini Bottoms friends in SpongeBob HeroPants, a new video game based on Nickelodeon's hit-animated TV series to the Nintendo 3DS.

    Read more » Posted on 08-01-2015 by Andrew
  • ESHOP Moon Chronicles - Ep. 2 Trailer

    We loved the original Nintendo DS version of Moon here ar DS-x2 but increibly we've still yet to see a European release for the 3DS eShop version of the upaded version of this emersive FPS/adventure. While we're sure it will be released very soon that shouldn't stop all you gamers out there from taking a look at the trailer for Episode 2.

    Read more » Posted on 08-01-2015 by Andrew
  • 3DS 3D After Burner II Trailer

    You probably aready know that us Europeans 3DS owners will get to play the classic After Burner next week but how would you like a sneaky look at just how the games fares on a handheld format? Head inside to see what we mean.

    Read more » Posted on 08-01-2015 by Andrew
  • ALL Travel Underground at This Weeks eShop

    There a distinct 'other worldly' feel at this weeks eShop with a handful of titles which encourage the average gamer to head 'south'. There's Underground and the calssic Dig Dug for the Wii U whilst 3DS owner get the opportunity to spend some time with the TMNT and where do they live? Enough said.

    Read more » Posted on 05-01-2015 by Andrew
  • 3DS Cube Creator 3D Demo Footage

    Big John Games have released a walkthrough of their upcoming 3DS title Cube Creator. The game (which looks and acts a great deal like Minecraft) should be available sometime before this summer and given how popular the original Minecraft is on other formats, we can only assure that this is going to be a massive seller.

    Read more » Posted on 02-01-2015 by Andrew
  • ALL Mighty No.9 is Almost Complete!

    Yes, it's true and one game that I'm certain we're all looking forward to this year is this Kickstarter backed platformer. The games creator, Keiji Inafune, has posted a video message detailing just where they are and what's happening in the coming months not to mention some new gameplay footage

    Read more » Posted on 02-01-2015 by Andrew
  • ESHOP Shantae and the Pirate's Curse Coming to the EU Late Jan/Early Feb

    While it didn't quite meet it's Christmas release date, there is good news for fans of the classic platormer; Shatae. Wayforwad have strated off 2015 with a bang by announcing that the game will be available "Late Jan early Feb for EU/NZ/AUS!."

    Read more » Posted on 02-01-2015 by Andrew
  • GBA Crawfish Interactive Look Back at Handheld Game Design

    Any one who's been with Nintendo for some time will recall just how exciting the days of the GameBoy Advance where with many developers pushing the hardware to incredible limits. One team who were at the very centre of this revoultion in coding and design were the UK's very own Crawfish Interactive and now, in an interview posted on Nintendo Life, they lift the lid on what the industry (and gaming) was like over a decade ago.

    Read more » Posted on 02-01-2015 by Andrew
  • ETC NoE Comment on Missing Club Account Stars

    If you were lucky enough receive some new Nintendo products over the festive season you may have checked into your Club Nintendo account only to discover that all was not well. Nintendo are aware that many accounts are missing some of those valuable stars and have tweeted to reassure gamers that "they are indeed safe and that they are working hard to rectiy the problem."

    Read more » Posted on 02-01-2015 by Andrew
  • ESHOP Captain Toad Leaping onto This Weeks eShop

    It's all about the Wii U this Thursday with Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker making an early 2015 appearence on the console. Elsewhere you can also grab Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones and F-Zero: GP Legend on the Virtual Console.

    Read more » Posted on 29-12-2014 by Andrew
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