Archive for March, 2015

Actos Games working on content update for Psyscrolr; leaderboards & Miiverse features planned!

CEO Jonathan Meyer provided the following statement during a recent announcement:

We feel the story of psyscrolr serves itself better updated over time. A more episodic feel invites players to want to come back to the world, continue their save, and find more. An example are the letters strewn throughout certain levels of the game. There are more secrets we plan to add in a further update, as well as hidden mini-games added to the game to enhance replayability with leaderboards and Miiverse features planned.

Source: Nintendo Everything

Xavier Orion Games releases gameplay footage for their upcoming Wii U title, Super Booty Diver!

New SteamWorld Heist video shows off Gameplay Footage!

This Guy Games looking to bring SpaceBoy to the Wii U eShop!

Indie developer This Guy Games has has announced SpaceBoy for several platforms, including Wii U.

SpaceBoy is the studio’s new action-adventure title that focuses on the exploration of a strange ship that lacks color and light. Players will be discovering new worlds with the ship’s Superior Operating Network (S.O.N.), which can be used “to help fight against corrupt software spreading throughout the ship’s large infrastructure.”

For the full story, check out Nintendo Everything’s website by clicking here.

Retro Spotlight – Terranigma by Enix!

Spotlighting Enix’s classic game, Terranigma, for the SNES!

If you’d like to see us play more of this game, let us know in the comments below.

Looks like Zelda U won’t be under our christmas trees this holiday season.

Eiji Aonuma announced a couple of days ago that The Legend of Zelda for Wii U won’t be ready for a 2015 release. The team have come up with some new ideas for the game and want to be able to put these into the game for us to experience.

As the team has experienced first-hand the freedom of exploration that hasn’t existed in any Zelda game to date, we have discovered several new possibilities for this game. As we have worked to turn these possibilities into reality, new ideas have continued to spring forth, and it now feels like we have the potential to create something that exceeds my own expectations.

Well, here’s hoping for a 2016 release!

Adventure Bar Story out now on the 3DS EU eShop!

“Adventure Bar Story” is an RPG set in a fantasy world in which you go on adventures with party members and manage a bar.

Your Bar is facing a hostile take over by a rich Restaurant Owner – Gustav. Gustav is a powerful man and he will try to drive you out of business and force you to sell the bar!

Best way to defend the take over? WIN THE CROWD!
Become the most popular bar in town, so even Gustav can’t touch you!

Collect mats to make dishes by visiting other towns and dungeons. Levels are gained in this game by eating.
Raise your bar’s rank via sales at the bar and by performing well in the cooking contest held at the castle.
Work hard to become the top place to eat in the kingdom!

Source: PR Email

Excave II, published by Bergsala Lightweight LLC, out April 2nd on the NA 3DS eShop!

Excave is getting a sequel and it is coming out soon.

Excave II: Wizard of the Underworld will be released on Thursday, April 2nd. The sequel will cost players double the amount of the first game as it will retail for $10.00 on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. The game which is a dungeon crawler with light RPG elements features the two returning protagonists.

Interestingly, the sequel is being published by Bergsala Lightweight LLC instead of Teyon who brought over the first game. This could explain the increase in price. The game is still developed by Japanese studio MECHANICAL ARMS.

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Saturnine Games share new Antipole DX screenshots!

Edward Di Geronimo Jr., the developer of Saturnine Games, recently shared new screenshots of their upcoming title Antipole DX, a remake of Antipole released in 2011 for DSi Ware and PC.

In this 2D platformer, you need to reverse gravity in order to avoid obstacles, defeat enemies and solve puzzles through the game.

For the full story, check out Nintendo Enthusiast’s website by clicking here.

Lucadian Chronicles coming soon to a PC near you; allows online matches against Wii U players!

Dark Roast Entertainment has put its strategy, puzzle and card collecting game Lucadian Chronicles up on Steam Greenlight. So, yep, it’s on its way to PC after being released on Wii U in December 2014.

For this Steam version, Dark Roast is looking to include seamless login via your Steam ID, achievements, and community leaderboards. It will also allow for multiplayer matchmaking with Wii U players (in leagues and drafts) so there shouldn’t be a shortage of online opponents, hopefully.

For the full story, check out Siliconera’s website here.