LET’S PLAY: Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX Demo (3DS)

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Last week SEGA released a playable demo for the upcoming release of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX onto the Nintendo 3DS eShop; and while the demo was a welcome addition to the eShop download catalogue it did only come with ONE usage. Read more of this post

Playable Demo of Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden Released onto Nintendo 3DS eShop

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Despite not being released into the UK and Europe for another two months distributor Bandai Namco Entertainment have today released a playable demo for the upcoming Arc System Works developed fighting game; Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden.

Featuring 2D Sprites and classic ‘old-skool’ fighting mechanics this playable demo of Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden will offer a fair example of what you can expect from the game when its released onto the Nintendo 3DS later this year. The demo itself features four characters; namely Goku, Gohan, Vegeta and Majin Buu, and two gameplay modes – Battle Mode and Versus Mode. Read more of this post

Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson To Be Released onto Nintendo 3DS This Month

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After an eventful, and informative, waiting period Marvelous Europe have now confirmed that the English localised version of Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson will be available on Thursday 27th August 2015 as a digital download from the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Read more of this post

Nintendo eShop Offering Two Episodes of Attack on Titan for FREE

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To celebrate the announcement of Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains being released onto the Nintendo 3DS within the UK, Europe and America later this year the Nintendo eShop is currently offering the first two episodes of the anime for free.

As of yesterday, Thursday 2nd April 2015, and until the 2nd July 2015, anyone with access to the Nintendo eShop within the UK, Europe and America can watch the first two episodes of the anime. Interestingly not only is the anime presented uncut, which is a surprise considering its violent and brutal nature, but its being presented in Japanese with English Subtitles – which may cause some annoyances when viewed on smaller devices; but at least the translation is better than those on the UK Blu-ray sets. Read more of this post