Here is the Super Smash Bros. for 3DS Patch Notes 1.0.4
Even though Nintendo has not released any of the changes made to Super Smash Bros. for 3DS in its latest game patch, this hasn’t stopped Smash Bros. fans from digging into … Continue reading
Nintendo’s National StreetPass Weekend for Halloween
Get ready for a frightful holiday as Halloween creeps ever closer. Nintendo announced on their Nintendo YouTube channel “National StreetPass Weekend” for Halloween. This holiday starts on October 31 and will … Continue reading
Purchase Digital Games from the comfort of your Web Browser
A promising start has finally become a reality as Nintendo gives players the choice to purchase their games on a web store where it can downloaded on the associated console. Sony … Continue reading
WayForward Shantae and the Pirates Curse release date revealed
Get ready as WayForward’s “Shantae and the Pirates Curse” will be launching on the Nintendo 3DS eShop on October 23rd in the United States for the price of….
Update: Nintendo 3DS System Update released and Improved Streamlined eShop
Apparently similar EULA for the Wii U also apply to the Nintendo 3DS family handheld where Nintendo makes note about the system in question (Wii U and Nintendo 3DS)… … Continue reading
Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse Will Be Updated To Support New Nintendo 3DS
The New Nintendo 3DS is being released in Japan this October and in Australia this November. While North America and Europe won’t see the system until 2015, WayForward Technologies are … Continue reading
Ice Climbers Chant Glitch Discovered in Smash Bros
No game is without glitches and Super Smash Bros for 3DS is no exception. It goes without saying that many were disappointed to find out the Ice Climbers were no … Continue reading
Popo and Nana won’t be in Smash Bros for Wii U and 3DS.
With so much information filtering out about the next Smash Bros., once question lingered in the back of many fans. Where are the Ice Climbers? The Ice Climbers couple were … Continue reading
Players will be able to use their Nintendo 3DS as an additional Wii U controller
According to reports, Smash players will be able to connect their Nintendo 3DS consoles as an additional controller for Super Smash Bros for Wii U. Given that you have a copy … Continue reading
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