Posts Tagged ‘505 Games’

Zumba Burn it Up! Begins Nov 19th on Nintendo Switch!

Zumba Burn it Up! is launching on Tuesday, Nov. 19 as a Nintendo Switch exclusive title just in time for the holidays. We’re excited to tell you that digital pre-orders are open on the Nintendo eShop.

Zumba global movement that brings fun to fitness with over 15-million people taking classes across 186 countries will fire up for Nintendo Switch November 22 in Europe, published by 505 Games. Available now for pre-order from participating retailers, Zumba Burn it Up! invites dance enthusiasts of all ages and levels to join the fitness fun with high-energy choreography to over 30 hip-shaking jams, including chart-topping hits from Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin, Ciara, Steve Aoki, Daddy Yankee, Play-N-Skillz & Elvis Crespo, Bomba Estéreo and DJ Ricky Luna ft. Nando Boom & Hisatomi and accompanied by a catalog of heart-pounding Zumba originals guaranteed to get the party started.

Using the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers to track movement, Zumba Burn it Up! rewards dancers for their energy and flair, encouraging players to ‘be a little extra’ no matter where they are. Dancers will follow real-life superstar Zumba instructors on-screen across three exhilarating game modes: ‘Single Song,’ ‘Full Class’ (offered in short, medium and long sessions) and ‘Fitness Party’, accommodating up to 4 dancers in Single Song and Full Class.

Zumba Burn it Up! is developed by Kuju Games (Guitar Hero Live) and is complete with a variety of vivacious features including:

  • Over 30 Songs: Dance to today’s top hits and pulsating Zumba® original tracks, guaranteed to get you moving.
  • Choose Your Dance Style: Pick the intensity of your workout with a choice of fresh new choreography and classic favorites including exhilarating dance styles from around the world.
  • Superstar Instructors: Learn from the best! Real-life superstar instructors keep you motivated and on track.
  • Stunning Live-Action Visuals: Keep it cool in stylish locations with stunning live-action visuals that respond to how you play and reward your efforts.
  • Workout on the Move: Workout at home or on-the-go! No excuses – now you can fit in your favorite dance-fitness class anytime, anywhere.
  • Spark the Dance Party: Up to 4 players can join the fun!
  • Real Fitness Results: Choose from 30 classes that suit your fitness levels, set personal goals and share your achievements with friends.

Zumba Burn it Up! Is now available for pre-order and will be available at participating retailers and digitally from the Nintendo eShop in Europe on Friday, November 22nd for £34.99.

Zumba Burn it Up!  is fully supported on Nintendo Switch in docked and tabletop mode. Nintendo Switch Lite owners can enjoy Zumba Burn it Up! in tabletop mode by using detached Joy-Con controllers, sold separately.

Source: PR Email

Indivisible coming to Switch in 2018!

Terraria launching on Wii U June 24th in Europe; will be available June 28th in North America!

Terraria to launch December 10th on the 3DS eShop; priced at $19.99 USD!

We are very pleased to announce the early arrival of Terraria on Nintendo 3DS! Starting December 10th, Terraria will be available in the 3DS eShop for $19.99 (£16.99). The newest addition to the Terraria family will feature touchscreen controls and 4-player multiplayer using Local Play. Initially it is only available digitally while physical copies are planned to launch early next year.

Source: Terraria Forums

Terraria could be coming to the Wii U / 3DS platforms; rated by the German USK!

Terraria has been rated by the German USK board, indicating an imminent release announcement in the future. The ratings board rated both a Wii U and 3DS version of the title, and revealed that both titles are in development by 505 Games.

This is not the first time that Terraria has been spotted in relation to the Wii U and 3DS. Earlier this year, listings popped up on Gamefly for both versions of Terraria. There is still no official confirmation from 505 Games on the existence of these ports; however, the German USK board is very reliable due to the fact that all games cost a fee to be evaluated and cannot appear without the payment of the publisher.

Source: Nintendo Enthusiast