Monster Hunter X will serve as a spinoff for the series, and now a gameplay demo has been made available on the Nintendo eShop. For those of you who would rather just watch gameplay footage rather than play it themselves, I’ve got you covered.
The demo is currently only available on the Japanese eShop, but that hasn’t stopped YouTuber Arekkz Gaming from getting in on the action. The demo allows you to pick from 3 monsters, 3 quests and 14 weapons. In this particular footage Arekkz is battling a Hororohoruru (say that 3 times fast).
An interesting fact about this demo is that it is only good for 30 plays, and after that it will be just disappear from your system. Thus, if you want to school the system you should just put your system on standby to avoid your play count from dropping. Hooray for loopholes!
Monster Hunter X will launch exclusively for the 3DS in Japan on November 28th, 2015, a release date has not been announced yet for the USA, but when it does I’ll let you know!
The Final Fantasy series will be getting a spin-off game on the Nintendo 3DS early next year called Final Fantasy Explorers, and new information has been revealed detailing the game’s job classes.
The game will definitely have a lot of variety when it comes to job classes, as the above infographic reveals that there are 21 in total. Each character comes with their own skill sets and unique abilities, as well, meaning that you will have many different ways to experience the game.
Final Fantasy Explorers will launch exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS on January 26th, 2015.
The Nintendo 3DS is getting a new RPG today called Stella Glow, and a new launch trailer has been released that shows off some magical and charming footage.
The aesthetic of Stella Glow is pretty standard for 3DS RPGs, with anime visuals and over-the-top characters and story. Still, the way it all comes together in this trailer is very cool and does make me want to give the game a shot at some point.
Stella Glow is available exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS now.
Atlus originally announced that Shin Megami Tensei IV Final was not a direct sequel to Shin Megami Tensei IV, and that people did not have to play the first game in order to jump into the new one.
This lead people to believe that the game might feature a brand new cast, though the developer has now revealed that that is not the case. Characters from the first games (Flynn, Jonathan, Walter, Isabeau) will all be appearing in the new game, with Isabeau even joining the new protagonists team.
Not only that, but if you happen to have a save file of Shin Megami Tensei IV on your 3DS you will unlock new items and equipment to be used in Shin Megami Tensei IV Final.
Shin Megami Tensei IV Final is set to launch on February 10, 2016 in Japan, though a release in the USA has not been confirmed yet.
The mashup of the Mario & Luigi and the Paper Mario series is an adorable concept all on its own, but a new commercial that is running in Japan only solidifies that point.
In the ad we see a couple of little kids trying to get around various obstacles and being stumped, only to have Paper Mario help them out. It’s actually a really clever way to show off a lot of the mechanics of the game, as Paper Mario will help Mario & Luigi by doing things like becoming a parachute to save them from falling and becoming a sail for a ship.
Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is set to launch exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS on January 22, 2016.
Bravely Second has been confirmed for a while now, but up to this point we still didn’t have a solid release date. Well, thanks to the latest Nintendo Direct stream we now know that the game will launch on April 23rd, 2016.
While no new information was released regarding the game, you can check out a brief clip of the collector’s edition of the game via the video above. There’s a lot of cool stuff in there so if you’re into that sort of thing than you may just want to consider pre-ordering.
There were rumors swirling around a while ago regarding a female Link being added to Hyrule Warriors Legends, and now we know those rumors are true as Nintendo has revealed Linkle.
You read that correctly: her name is actually Linkle. She basically looks like Zelda in Link-ish attire and wields dual crossbows.