One Piece Unlimited World Red Delisted from PlayStation Store & Nintendo eShop

In some rather unexpected, and potentially surprising, news the original version of One Piece Unlimited World Red has been delisted from the PlayStation Store and Nintendo eShop. This news only affects the ‘original’ release of the game and does not affect the recent ‘Deluxe Edition’ releases for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Windows PC. Read more of this post


Game Review: Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy (Switch)

It has been less ten years since the first Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm game was released onto the PlayStation 3, and it’s been less than a year since the Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm trilogy received the enhanced re-release onto current-generation-consoles; but now the ‘Ultimate Ninja Storm’ trilogy arrives on the Nintendo Switch.

Is this a smart move from Bandai Namco Entertainment? The answer is yes, and not just from the amount of story content but because it is a solid port that retains everything you could want from the experience.

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Aperion Cyberstorm Now Available on Switch, Wii U and Steam

It has been a long time coming for the Bristol based development studio aPriori, as after several years of development the co-operative fast-paced arcade-style shooter Aperion Cyberstorm is now available to purchase for the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Wii U and Windows PC (via Steam). Read more of this post

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology Demo & Theme Available on Nintendo 3DS eShop

ATLUS, in partnership with publisher-come-distributor Deep Silver and Koch Media, have revealed that a playable demo for the upcoming JPRG Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is available to download from the Nintendo 3DS eShop alongside a Nintendo 3DS theme. Read more of this post

NIS America to Release Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory onto Nintendo Switch Next Year

American based publisher NIS America have announced that they will be releasing Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory onto the Nintendo Switch next year. Read more of this post

Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Announced for Nintendo 3DS Release

Capcom have recently announced that Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, the fourth game in the Ace Attorney franchise, will be released onto the Nintendo 3DS as a digital download within Europe later next year. Read more of this post

Azure Striker Gunvolt: The Anime Arrives on Nintendo 3DS eShop Next Week


Inti Creates have announced that an anime based upon the Nintendo 3DS game Azure Striker Gunvolt will be made available to purchase from the Nintendo 3DS eShop from the 9th February 2017 with new episodes added on a regular basis.

Each episode  (or bundle) will be pirced at  £2.49 /  €2.79 / $2.99 and will be available to purchase directly from the video section of the Nintendo 3DS eShop.

Synopsis: It is the near future, and among humankind exists “Adepts,” people who possess extraordinary abilities known as “Septimal Powers.” The existence of these Adepts has caused widespread chaos around the world, but in the nation of Japan, order and peace is maintained by a large conglomerate known as the Sumeragi Group.

…However, this would prove to be a temporary peace, granted to the citizens of Japan by the sacrifice of countless Adepts at the hands of Sumeragi. On the surface, the Sumeragi Group appears be a rather normal, clean company. Below the surface, Sumeragi captures Adepts, holds them against their will, and performs inhumane scientific experiments on them.

One group known as QUILL (Quorum for Unrestricted Information, Law, and Liberty) made this discovery and pledged to revolt against the Sumeragi Group. A member of QUILL, a young man named Gunvolt, sets out one evening to infiltrate a Sumeragi facility in the name of freedom for his fellow Adepts.

The game which the anime series is based off is available to purchase directly from the Nintendo 3DS eShop; but of course while you wait for the anime series to be released you can watch a trailer for it below.

Shin-Chan Episodes Made Available on Nintendo Anime Channel & Nintendo 3DS eShop


In a rather surprising turn of events Nintendo have begun offering episodes of Shin-Chan for both Streaming and digital download via their Nintendo 3DS handheld. Read more of this post