If you are looking for all the tip, tricks, and cheats in Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, you have come to the right place. We have compiled all of them below.
Archive for Category: "3DS"
AeternoBlade Press Release – Dang, this game looks good. I look forward to hearing more about it. Thoughts?
We have the first title within the “Year of Luigi” and it is a sequel to one of the GameCube’s launch titles. It’s been 12 years since Luigi has starred in his own title. Will Dark Moon be a game to be frightened away from, or will you be too scared to put it down?
Jens Anderson, developer of Colors! 3D for Nintendo 3DS just sent over an email with information about an upcoming update to this already robust art application from the 3DS eShop. Also, she is giving you a chance to win a FREE Wii U!
This week is a bit small, with only a handful if games, including two previously released titles. Also, this week is all about Nintendo 3DS.
Maximum Games today announced that Puzzler World 2013, the latest game in the highly successful Puzzler World franchise, will be available in stores and online beginning April 23, 2013.
Take a look at how to use the 3DS Save Data Transfer Tool to move your save data from a 3DS Game Card to a downloadable version of the game.
Nintendo just announced a new system update for the Nintendo 3DS. The update brings the ability to transfer data from a retail copy of the game to the downloadable version of the game. It also updates the “download later” option in the eShop to enable downloading while you are still in the eShop. PRESS RELEASE [...]
Yes, it is that time again. The time where NintendoFuse makes an appearance at a little expo known as PAX East in Boston.
While the payout may be small in number, it is high in quality for this week’s Nintendo Download. We have six new games and a few discounts as well.
It’s Survival of the Funnest!
Nintendo just sent us their PAX East 2013 lineup, it looks quite good! They will have a ton of games, both released and un-released, contests, pre-orders, purchasing opportunities, and even a photo booth. [...]
The title of this game immediately made me think it was going to be a Nintendogs + Cats rip off. Never have I been so wrong. It actually is a surprisingly deep puzzle solving platformer.
Here you are at an ordinary well. You are wondering what exactly it is like if you were to throw an object such as a stone down into the well. Well what are you waiting for?! You hurl down this stone, will it make a kersploosh into the water, or go kasplat inside the well?
Castlevania is one of those long standing series since the NES days. What really caught my attention was that it was an exploring type of game that is in 2D similar to the original game. Will this game be an exciting challenge against Dracula, or will it make you want to whip it across the room? Read on to find out!