Square Enix has released a new high quality with footage of the awaited Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. The video showcases the amazing new battle system (with lots and lots of rolls and spins), some nice Wii-like graphics, and a story which is shaping up to be really interesting.
Neku (from The World Ends With You) also makes a cameo in the trailer, so could this be a hint that TWEWY 2 is coming? We sure hope so.
Kingdom Hearts 3D is scheduled for a 2012 release.
First off, I consider myself first and foremost an Apple fanboy (since I admire everything Steve has contributed to the industry and buy almost every iDevice that comes out), and of course also a Nintendo fan. But, no, the iPhone 5 is not killing the Nintendo 3DS any soon, and to think otherwise is to be short-sighted or a little “noob” in the videogame industry.
The main thing I’m going to talk about is the incredible difference between REAL gaming and CASUAL gaming.
Few names evoke as much badassery as “Star Fox” in the Nintendo world. We’ve been waiting for a good Star Fox game for almost a decade now so it was no surprise that Nintendo decided to make yet another remake for the (still game-starving) Nintendo 3DS.
But is it as good as we remember it?
Graphics have definitely been vastly improved from the original Nintendo 64 game. Gone are the jagged edges, the blurriness and the general polygonal “squareness”, now everything is much more sharp and the frame rate is extremely solid. In other words, the game looks gorgeous.
Sales for Nintendo 3DS fell in the latest retail data in Japan pending a price cut for the handheld. It seems that the potential customers don't think that the exclusive GBA/NES titles are enough to warrant a purchase right now
StreetPass is one of the most interesting features of the Nintendo 3DS, a social tool unlike any other. It's also quite an awesome one when you combine it with the surprisingly addictive StreetPass Quest and the Puzzle games. Let's start with the basics: