Answers! Pirate’s Curse retail launches Oct 18! Shantae Beach Theme is “deluxe style” at $1.99! pic.twitter.com/3Ro0bGQYbK
— Matt Bozon (@MrBozon) September 28, 2016
The retail version of Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse for the 3DS was originally supposed to come out this month. No explanation was given for why it didn’t, but WayForward’s Matt Bozon confirmed on Twitter that the game will now be coming out on October 18.
In related Shantae news, WayForward is putting out a new 3DS Home Menu theme this week. The bikini-laden “deluxe style” theme will be priced at $1.99.
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Dragon Ball Fusions doesn’t come out in English until later this year, but the Japanese release, which has been out since last August, recently received an update that adds the Space-Time Radar stage, along with online battles and rankings.
The new stage uses Wi-Fi signals to create tears in space and time that open up encounters with rare characters and offer chances to recruit them onto your team.
The online mode is fairly straightforward – you take your team and battle others online, while working your way up the national rankings.
Dragon Ball Fusions comes out for the 3DS on December 13 in North America and this February in Europe.
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Since this Darkrai is identical to the ones from the previous giveaways, if you already received one then, you will not be able to redeem this one.
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An official listing on Nintendo.com shows the original Pikmin coming to Wii U, confirming the game will be part of this Thursday’s eShop releases.
This release is the “New Play Control!” that came out on the Wii in 2009 and features the ability to play with a Wii Remote and Nunchuk.
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The Twilight Princess versions of Link and Zelda are the latest Nintendo characters to join Max Factory’s popular line of Figma poseables and distributor Good Smile Company recently began taking pre-orders.
Link is available in two varieties, a ¥5,093 (≈$51) standard release that includes three changeable expressions, the Master Sword and the Hylian Shield, and a ¥6,000 (≈$60) DX Edition that includes everything in the standard release plus the Ordon Sword, Hero’s Bow and Arrow, Ball and Chain, Hawkeye and the Clawshot.
The Zelda figma is priced at ¥5,556 (≈$55) and comes with two changeable expressions, a sword and the Bow of Light.
Pre-orders will be open until October 27 or until order limits are reached. All three figures are planned for release this May.
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The 3DS port of Nihon Falcom’s action RPG Gurumin will launch in PAL territories, but likely a little bit after the North American release, publisher Mastiff confirmed on ask.fm.
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Choice Provisions, the studio behind the Bit. Trip series, released a teaser trailer for their newest game Runner3.
The developers have not announced which platforms the sequel to Bit.Trip Runner and Bit.Trip Presents… Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien will appear on, but they did launch a devlog to keep fans updated on the game’s development.
The previous entries in the series saw releases on several platforms, including the Wii, 3DS and Wii U.
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The English version of “The Art of Fire Emblem: Awakening” art book from Dark Horse Books was tentatively dated for release in August, but never came out.
However, a new listing from the publisher now shows a release date of October 18.
The 320-page hardcover book contains several pieces of character and weapon designs, plus the entire script and every dialog option from the game.
“The Art of Fire Emblem: Awakening” will retail for $39.99.No comments
The game is priced at $39.99, but members of Amazon Prime and Best Buy’s Gamers Club Unlocked can both get it for $31.99.
Nintendo announced Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS earlier this month during the most recent Nintendo Direct. The game eschews some features from the Wii U version, like online level sharing, but adds things like co-op level creation.
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