Nintendo and Capcom are teaming up to bring Fire Emblem Awakening costumes to the Wii U version of Monster Hunter: Frontier G.
Players can dress their hunters up as Chrom and Lucina and even wield Awakening‘s iconic Falchion and Fire Emblem.
Monster Hunter: Frontier G is the multi-platform MMO entry in the Monster Hunter series. It came out earlier this year for the 360, PS3 and PC, and it’s set to come out on December 12 for the Wii U and next year for the Vita.
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Masahiro Sakurai’s latest Miiverse post confirms that Skull Kid from Majora’s Mask will be in the next Super Smash Bros. not as a fighter, unfortunately, but as an assist trophy.
The game’s director didn’t say what Skull Kid’s attack would be, but I’ve got my fingers crossed for dropping the moon on everyone.
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We would like to wish Satoru Iwata a very happy birthday… Directly!
The president and CEO of Nintendo is 54 years old today.StevenNo comments
The update will allow 3DS owners to unify their eShop funds with their Wii U accounts and also allow them to post on Miiverse.
Nintendo of Japan’s network maintenance site shows that their network will go down for temporary maintenance on December 9 to December 10. It’s possible that the update may go live then.
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Square Enix is selling a notebook modeled after the one carried by the cast in Bravely Default. It’s only available in their online store and it’s exclusive to Japan for now.
The ¥2000 (≈$20) 192-page book measures in at 188mm x 135mm (≈7.4″ x 5.3″) and it comes with a code to redeem DLC costumes for the game’s cast.
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Nintendo isn’t just content splitting the Pokémon games in two, they’re extending the practice to their hardware bundles.
New Pokémon X and Y 2DS bundles will be coming to North America tomorrow, December 6, but they will only be available at Target and Toys “R” Us.
Target will get the red 2DS bundle that comes with Pokémon X pre-installed, while Toys “R” Us will get the blue 2DS bundle that comes with Pokémon Y. Each bundle has a MSRP of $149.99.
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The latest issue of Jump magazine reveals that Square Enix is working on Bravely Default Second. Not to be confused with Bravely Default: For the Sequel, a re-release of the first game with various gameplay and presentation tweaks, Bravely Default Second is a true sequel.
There’s no release date set for the game, but it is confirmed to be coming to the 3DS.
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