Blackfire Games revealed Unformed, a 2D platformer inspired by a combination of both Chinese folklore and H.P. Lovecraft. …Read More The post Blackfire Games’ 2D Platformer Unformed Revealed by Tanner Pierce appeared first on DualShockers.
Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia is the newest installment in the popular tactics game series. Whether you’re a fresh faced rookie or a war weary strategist, there’s a few things you should know if you want to conquer the battlefield. Choose Your Difficulty Level Wisely You can pick one of two difficulty levels as well as play with or without permadeath. I recommend hard mode, which ups the stakes a little bit. Fire Emblem Echoes is already a tricky game but the added difficulty makes for far more interesting battles. It’s Okay To Play In Casual Mode One of Fire Emblem’s big hooks is that allies that die on the battlefield stay dead. This is my preferred way to play and I highly recommend it. If that seems a bit daunting though, it’s perfectly fine to play in Casual Mode, where your units simply retreat. Choose what’s most fun for you and your personal tastes. The important thing is to enjoy yourself. Don’t Forget About Mila’s Turnwheel No matter what mode and difficulty you are playing on, you will have access to Mila’s Turnwheel. This magical item allows you to rewind your actions if you make READ FULL STORY…
There’s a special kind of beauty in tactics games. Navigating the intricacies of battle and bringing your soldiers home alive is a unique thrill; half puzzle, half bloodbath. Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia excels in providing such thrills. Rich combat and a well-presented narrative drive a satisfying experience, even if it might be a little too bogged down by its many systems. Advertisement Echoes, to be released May 19th on Nintendo 3DS, is a reimagining of the 1992 Famicom game Fire Emblem Gaiden. It repackages the basic narrative and strives to find a balance between older, more deliberate design sensibilities and the series’ more accessible 3DS entries like Fire Emblem Awakening and Fire Emblem Fates. The end result is largely successful. The tactical depth arising from the reintroduction of older design elements leads to intense battles, while high-quality production brings the story to life. Players follow the tale of two characters in Fire Emblem Echoes. Alm is a wide-eyed peasant from a backwater village, while Celica is a devoted priestess. As children, they lived together in Alm’s village before disaster and intrigue tore them apart. The two embark on separate quests that will READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Released almost two years ago today, indie darling Elliot Quest launched on Wii U. Dubbed as a love letter to Metroid, Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest, and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, Elliot Quest is a side-scrolling …Read More The post Elliot Quest’s Definitive Version is Coming to PS4, Xbox One and 3DS This Week by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
I dunno about you, but I was pretty disappointed that Nintendo’s Switch presentation didn’t feature any news from Capcom about the next Monster Hunter game. Capcom has been dedicated to Nintendo consoles with the series since the Nintendo 3DS debuted, so it would be strange for them to abandon Nintendo in favor of home consoles like the PS4.I’m sure we’ll get some juicy tid-bits about the next upcoming Monster Hunter game soon, but if you’re still eager to experience Generations on Nintendo 3DS and haven’t done so yet, you can snag a copy on Amazon for just $20 bucks. They’re out of stock right now, but if you order it you’ll get it for the cheaper price and Amazon will ship when new stock is available.I’ve done this a few times with a handful of games including the last Fire Emblem and the wait is never more than a week or so. Not bad if you’re a Monster Hunter fan and you missed out on Generations. It’s got some notable improvements over Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, too.Get Monster Hunter Generations on Amazon READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!
UK fans planning to pick up the Nintendo 3DS exclusive Dragon Quest VIII may want to pre-order from Nintendo’s UK Store. …Read More The post Nintendo UK Offering Keyring and Poster with Dragon Quest VIII Pre-orders by Kenneth Richardson appeared first on DualShockers.
Circle Entertainment has released new assets for the Nintendo 3DS exclusive strategy RPG Mercenaries Saga 3. …Read More The post Mercenaries Saga 3 Gets an EU Release Date and Screenshots by Kenneth Richardson appeared first on DualShockers.
Nintendo has shared a new trailer for the anticipated upcoming 3DS exclusive JRPG Dragon Quest VIII. …Read More The post Latest Trailer for Dragon Quest VIII Features Action, Adventure, and Intrigue by Kenneth Richardson appeared first on DualShockers.
Nintendo has gone live with a new trailer for their upcoming Nintendo 3DS exclusive Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World. …Read More The post Enjoy an Adorable Game of Fetch in Latest Trailer for Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World by Kenneth Richardson appeared first on DualShockers.
Nintendo UK has released a new video highlighting December’s best Nintendo eShop releases for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. …Read More The post Tour December’s Nintendo eShop Highlights in New Video by Kenneth Richardson appeared first on DualShockers.
Circle Entertainment has taken to Twitter to tease fans with some of the many things they have in store for 2017. …Read More The post Circle Entertainment to Release 30 New Games in 2017 by Kenneth Richardson appeared first on DualShockers.
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming FuRyu developed Nintendo 3DS exclusive JRPG The Alliance Alive. The trailer showcases the game’s relaxing music and pretty character design but we also get a good look at game-play. There’s a world with towns, NPCs and various places to explore. Combat appears to be turn-based and at a glance seems similar to that in The Legend of Legacy, the last game from this development team. There are also clips from scenes and some text dialogue, although it is in Japanese. The Alliance Alive launches in Japan in spring of 2017. See the trailer below. [embedded content]
Sometimes wonderful things come in small packages. A great example of this is Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure. Launching as an eShop exclusive at a budget price point and without much fanfare, one could be forgiven for assuming the Nintendo 3DS port of Nihon Falcom’s 2004 PC title was just tepid shovelware. Yet to make such an assumption would be a terrible disservice to Gurumin, which unfolds to reveal a surprisingly compelling and charming game-play formula. Though it has appeared before on the PC and the PSP, Gurumin feels truly at home on a Nintendo platform, thanks in equal parts to its cartoony charms and the clear influence of some classic Nintendo IP on its game design. Our heroine is Parin, a spunky young red headed girl who is sent to stay with her grandfather while her excavator/adventurer parents travel the world in search of excitement. Parin will have no shortage of her own excitement though, and it becomes clear quite quickly as she is introduced to friendly monsters. She hasn’t time for many pleasantries with her no friends though, because their home, Monster Village, is in ruins following an assault from the nefarious Phantom Prince and his cohorts. Parin’s adventure is…
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming Nintendo 3DS exclusive RPGS Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. The trailer promotes the game’s demo, which is available today for free download. The demo will let players explore select parts of the region, capture various Pokemon and interact with some of the new features, such as riding Pokemon and unleashing Pikachu’s Gigabolt Havoc special attack, which looks cool but probably still isn’t enough to make Pikachu viable in the series’ fierce competitive scene. Check out the trailer below; you may get more than you bargained for in this demo. [embedded content]