This new Hyrule Warriors trailer looks promising as it shows off an assortment of characters, moves, and amazing gameplay. With each new video update we get for this game it seems to be looking better and better. What do you think so far?
Nintendo has recently tweeted out an awesome deal on the Nintendo 3DS XL system by offering it for $149.99! This deal includes the new limited edition Zelda: A Link Between Worlds console. This offer is exclusive to Target and will continue on through 11/28 to 11/30.
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) November 26, 2013
The Zelda version of the 3DS XL includes a digital download code for the newly released game, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. The bundled 3DS XL console is gold with a black bottom and it features a triforce on both the top and bottom of the console. It’s probably Nintendo’s coolest looking 3DS XL and it comes bundled with a top notch Zelda game which received a 9.4 (“Amazing”) review score from IGN. I have personally started to play through the new Zelda title and it’s easily one of the best reasons to own this console.
Ok, so we have shown you some videos of the Playstation 4, but what about all you Xbox fans out there? Microsoft has recently released this “All-in-One” demo video that spans over 10 minutes showing off many of the cool features of Xbox One in real time.
In the video Marc Whitten and Yusuf Mehdi power up the Xbox One and introduce us to the new dashboard and all of it’s new features including biometric sign-in and instant-on gaming. Just talking about these features alone doesn’t do them justice, which is why this video is a must watch for those thinking about picking up an Xbox One. Microsoft’s Xbox One will release to a midnight launch in North America on November 22nd.
Microsoft announced the official release date today for their next-gen gaming console, the Xbox One. The console will be launching Friday November 22, 2013 in 13 initial launch markets, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, UK, and USA. With more to come in 2014.
In what initially seems like one of the weirdest moves, Nintendo has just announced the Nintendo 2DS portable gaming system. No, that’s not a typo, it really says 2DS.
The Nintendo 2DS does not fold in half like the other DS systems and as the name would suggest, it lacks 3D capability. The 2DS is a complete redesign which at first glance seems odd but after looking at it for a while, it kind of grows on you.
All of these changes were put in place to put the 2DS at a $129.99 price tag, which for a device with as many capabilities as it has and not to mention an outstanding game library, is definitely more affordable. The 2DS will play the entire library of games for the 3DS, both downloadable and packaged, along with backwards compatibility with many DS titles.
The new handheld will be available on October 12th. You can get the full rundown on the system from Nintendo’s 2DS page.
What do you think? Love it or hate it?