Rating for CRUSH3D

To me the game fell like it would jump between images and also fell like the games was running at 30 FPS . It also fell like it was not worked on a lot and polished and that’s why I give it a 70/100.

Note: this rating is done by the demo.

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Killer Freaks for Wii U didn’t see controller until day before E3

 

Killer Freaks was one of the first games announced for the Wii U. Guillaume Brunier shared that they:

…worked with the early Wii U dev kits before E3, but even we hadn’t seen the actual device until a day before the show. So, they were working with a controller that would have worked in a similar way, or something like that.

But it still amuses me that it was so last-minute to see the hardware they were building the game for. You can click here to watch footage from the demo they showed during E3.

New Color and New bundles for the 3DS

Nintendo has announced new colours and bundles for the 3DS in Japan on the 22nd of March. This color is called Cobalt Blue. There will also be a bundle featuring a special edition of the Cobalt Blue 3DS, a copy of Fire Emblem: Awakening

Monster Hunter Tri: Flame Red 3DS or a Cosmo Black 3DS

Super Mario 3D Land:Ice White 3DS or Pearl Pink 3DS  (a pre-installed copy of Super Mario Bros.)

No word on whether any of these bundles will be released outside of Japan

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3DS kills the Vita in Sales

The Nintendo 3DS continues to dominate the hardware charts, easily outselling Sony’s PlayStation Vita. The Nintendo 3DS sold 76, 322 units whilst the PlayStation Vita only managed to sell 15,928 units.

  1. Nintendo 3DS: 76,322
  2. PlayStation 3: 27,111
  3. PSP: 15,928
  4. PlayStation Vita: 11,186
  5. Wii: 7,878
  6. Nintendo DS: 1,639
  7. Xbox 360: 1,508
  8. PlayStation 2: 1,269

New AR Cards for Kid Icarus: Uprising

There are six augmented reality cards included with Kid Icarus: Uprising. These allow you to create mock battles between any two characters. So, if you want Pit and Medusa to battle it out on your kitchen table, you can make that happen. It’s not as exciting as you might imagine though. Still, Siliconera is reporting that there will be hundreds of cards available over the coming months, and apparently Nintendo will be holding events to allow gamers to “trade, share and acquire new cards”, so that should be interesting.