Tag: handheld gaming news
This morning, Square Enix announced that handheld gamers will be getting a brand new Final Fantasy game, where you can team up with friends to track down crystals. Come inside to watch the first trailer and learn more about Final Fantasy Explorers.
The developers behind some of the best strategy games (including the latest Fire Emblem on the 3DS) around are back at it again with an all new IP for Nintendo's handheld console to offer gamers something a little different for their turn-based strategy needs! Come inside to find out all the details on last night's E3 2014 reveal of Code Name: STEAM!
Gamers and Pokemon fans around the world have been clamoring for years for a remake of the classic Gameboy Advanced Pokemon Games (Ruby and Sapphire), generating a meme surrounding the "games" and seeing signs everywhere that Nintendo was making it. Sadly, though, game after game was announced with no remake in sight...until today. Nintendo has officially announced that gamers will return to the Hoenn region this November on the 3DS in Pokemon Omega Ruby And Alpha Sapphire.
You Vita owners who enjoyed the first season of Telltale Game's The Walking Dead, but been anxiously awaiting getting your hands on the second season (available to everyone else), your time is almost here. The developers announced today that their second season is hitting the PlayStation Vita next week, with other devices following soon after.
Today, Capcom confirmed that the latest game in the successful Pheonix Wright franchise is finally making it's way into North America in October. The game will be available as a download only title through the eShop, but will also include the game's DLC (currently available in Japan). Come inside to see when you'll be back in the courtroom!
Rune Factory 4, which has been out in the East for quite some time now, has finally been given a release date for eager fans fo the franchise here in the United States. After a delay that pushed it from a Summer release, to a vague time in the ether, XSEED Games (the publisher behind the localization) has announced the game is coming very, very soon. Come inside to see when you can get your hands on it!
In somewhat of a surprise, Nintendo came out today to announce a new handheld system (well, a new version anyway) coming to consumers on October 12th: the 2DS...Yep, that's what it's called, and it's essentially a 2D only version of their popular 3DS handheld, and it looks a lot like a big piece of pie. Come inside to check out all the details on this new, and much cheaper, system.