Fantasy Life is an RPG developed by Level-5 and published by Nintendo (published by Level-5 in Japan) on the Nintendo 3DS where you can play the roles of twelve different Life paths from a lowly fisherman to a noble knight. I have made this guide which provides beginners tips, shows basic game controls, help on character progression, information about the many Life paths, the Gold Lunares Coin items and more. I will likely update this guide with new information or make different ones in the future.
Nintendo’s latest system update for the Nintendo 3DS adds themes to allow users to customise the design and sounds of their HOME Menu. The update includes five free themes with additional themes available for purchase from the new Theme Shop which can be changed via the HOME Menu settings.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS is the fourth game in the Super Smash Bros. franchise of fighting games. It is developed by Sora Ltd. and Bandai Namco Games and published by Nintendo. In the game 1-4 players play as famous gaming characters and can work together or against one another to damage and smash their opponents out of the stage, doing so gives points. Most of the modes from the old games are back with a few new extras such as Smash Run. The game features 49 characters which is 10 more than Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Nintendo Wii) and 23 more than Super Smash Bros. Melee (Nintendo GameCube).
Fantasy Life is an RPG developed by Level-5 and published by Nintendo (published by Level-5 in Japan) where you can play the roles of twelve different classes from a lowly fisherman to a noble knight. Fantasy Life is an exclusive for Nintendo 3DS/2DS and is now available in Europe.
In Nintendo Pocket Football Club you can train your players more effectively by using training card special combos to increase their statistics more. However the condition of your players impacts on the potential of the training.
Nintendo Pocket Football Club is a recently released digital only Nintendo eShop game based on the 2006 Game Boy Advance game called Calcio Bit. It is published by Nintendo and made by developers ParityBit who among Calcio Bit also made Derby Stallion Advance, Best Play Pro Yakyuu, Kyoutei Wars Mark 6 and Derby Stallion 64. With the 2014 Fifa World Cup starting soon did Nintendo Pocket Football Club come at just the right time after six years in development? or should you just spend your money on some Panini stickers?
Nintendo Pocket Football Club is a Nintendo eShop only football management game developed by ParityBit and published by Nintendo for Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS. The game has been out for about a week now and is pretty good.
Last week Nintendo’s Nintendo Direct broadcast revealed some quite interesting new games and new characters for games currently in development. They also released a lot of videos and are offering a little giveaway to Nintendo Network ID users.
Nintendo have released a new Zelda last week that is both old and new. Its called The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds and is available for the Nintendo 3DS. There is also a Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Limited Edition Nintendo 3DS XL available that comes with a gold and black Triforce design which includes a download code for the game.
Good news for recent Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS XL system owners as they can claim a free download code for Super Mario 3D Land. As long as the Nintendo 3DS or Nintendo 3DS XL system hasn’t yet been registered even if its old and you have recently bought a new game you can claim Super Mario 3D Land for free. The following is how you can get the game for when the promotion starts on 27th November.