The preview of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword I posted was supposed to go up Sunday night (before that, really, but I was waiting for Matthew’s comments), but trying to upload the slideshow proved to be a nightmare. Every single pic, one at a time. And for my fellow Examiners who might be reading this and know the three-step process: the system kept breaking on me, forcing me to start over. After the first ten or so, I had to go through those same three steps and save it for every one after.
There are other nice additions, like levels where you only see Mario’s shadow, jumping in a Mario-sized skate and skidding around an ice rink, and flying through transparent pipes. There’s a Goomba disguise that prevents other baddies from attacking you, and the Mega Mushroom (Giant Mario) power-up from New Super Mario Bros. even makes a few appearances.
As for the other elephant in the room, Capcom has finally given an official response as to why save data cannot be deleted in Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D. The simple gist is that they were trying to design it around an arcade-style sensibility.
Despite the focus of the week being on the Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii U eshop title, “Little Inferno”, is still on sale. If you haven’t purchased “Little Inferno” yet, you still have time to purchase the magento eshop title while it is on sale for $9.99 – normally priced at $14.99. To help you make your decision easier, find our complete review here.
Good news, everyone! Nintendo of America has been issued the trademark for The Last Story, which they filed for at the beginning of last year. Could this be what has taken so long, and led to their “no plans” comment?
Unlike most Mega Man titles, Legends carries the feel of an open-world game, and did so preceding the arrival of 2001’s Grand Theft Auto III for the PlayStation 2. Since then, the concept has exploded into what some might consider a new genre. It may not have offered the same full feeling of freedom as those games, but there is definitely no shortage of things to do, even if you’re not blasting robots. That would no doubt help its appeal to some in the modern video game world.
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