Posts Tagged ‘release date’
Rayman Origins on the 3DS has a release date. North America can expect to see the game in stores on February 20, while Europe will be seeing the game 4 days earlier on February 16. To go along with the upcoming release, Ubisoft has a released a making-of video for the game. Check it out below:
Wow, that month went fast. Hope you all had a great Christmas and/or New Year!
I’ll be completely honest: I did not expect this feature to run into 2012. Right up until that last post, I figured news would dry up after Christmas and I’d need to make some drastic changes to keep 2DS View going. Then they announced Pokémon + Nobunaga’s Ambition.
Just announced at a Nintendo eShop event, WayForward’s Mighty Switch Force is out on December 22 in Europe [and the US and Australia]!
In an odd reversal of release order from previous WayForward games, the Mega Man X-esque puzzle-platformer isn’t due to hit the North American eShop until Q1 2012. Destructoid has a great preview of the game, plus a sample track (entitled “Yummy”) from the game’s soundtrack, composed by Jake “virt” Kaufman and releasing for free alongside the game. While you listen to that, be sure to take a look at the new screenshots in our gallery after the break.
UPDATE 3 (17/12): WayForward has tweeted that the Dec 22nd date applies to Europe, Australia, New Zealand, AND North America, and that the game will sell for $5.99/€6!
Mario Kart 7 is out on Friday in Europe! GET HYPE! Nintendo of Europe has announced today that Hori’s Mario Kart 7 Wheel peripheral (pictured) will be in shops on the same day. In true NoE fashion, no price was given.
I think it’s kind of a silly add-on to be honest, but then it’s not really for me. I’ll be sure to bring you some impressions if I can get my hands on one though.
This seems better suited to the eShop if you ask me, but nonetheless Zoo Keeper 3D will make it’s way to Japanese store shelves on January 26, featuring 8 modes and two-player (local or online). There’s a couple more screens and some boxart after the break, but basically it looks like Zoo Keeper with polygonal characters. Which is to say, quite nice – but again, does this really need to be a full-price boxed retail release?