Join Steve, Brad, and special guest, Jeff, as they discussion possible characters up for the recently announced DLC Ballot! Did we miss one? Disagree? Mention it in the comments! We’ll be replying!
Use these timecodes to listen the characters YOU want to hear about!
1:41 – Wolf
3:37 – Snake
5:25 – Roy
7:54 – Tetra/Toon Zelda
10:10 – Ice Climber(s)
1st (Nintendo) Characters
12:57 – Inkling (Splatoon)
14:22 – King K. Rool
16:42 – Geno
21:34 – Chibi robo
Ray – Custom Robo
25:07 – Bandana Dee
27:32 – Lanky
28:47 – Grass Type Pokemon
30:37 – Issac
Possible 3rd Party Characters
33:31 – Bomberman
35:48 – Simon Belmont
38:53 – Zero/Protoman/Bass
44:17 – Other Capcom Characters (Ryu, etc)
47:25 – Shovel Knight & Shantae
52:50 – Rayman
56:21 – Banjo and Kazooie
1:01:33 – Lloyd (Irving) – Tales of Symphonia
1:07:00 – Wonder Red
1:09:34 – Bayonetta
1:13:02 – Monster Hunter/Felyne/Palico
Wishful 3rd Party choices
1:18:00 – Kratos -Tales of Symphonia
1:19:42 – Chrono Trigger Rep
Never ever ever happening
1:21:21 – Goku (People are claiming he has a legit chance because of Namco relationship)
1:24:38 – Master Chief
1:25:39 – Sora KH
Extra 3rd Party
1:28:33 – Black Mage
1:32:35 – Speculation on other DLC (Stages, Modes, etc)
Join NUReviews as we discuss the latest Super Smash Bros news from the Super Smash Bros Direct!
Super Smash Bros for Wii U/3DS, Dr. Wily’s Theme, and Jogging Theme are creations of Guardian Soul.
All other music is from the Super Smash Bros. Brawl Soundtrack.
In more Sonic related news, we just come across a new trailer for the flagship game of the Sonic Boom relaunch. We get to see the whole Sonic team in this action/adventure title, which seems to take a few cues from Sonic Heroes. As of right now, the game is stated to be released on the WiiU and 3DS. No word on if it will be released on other consoles.
For more Sonic news, check out our previous article here: http://nureviewsnetwork.com/2014/02/06/sonic-boom-series-relaunch/
In case YouTube pulls the video, you can click here for a mirror link of it: http://video.lefigaro.fr/figaro/video/la-bande-annonce-de-sonic-boom/3161522154001/
Took you long enough, Capcom. We finally got confirmation that the upcoming updated version of Monster Hunter 4 for the Nintendo 3DS (Monster Hunter 4G in Japan) will be released to the West as Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. The original iteration of the game, Monster Hunter 4, was released in Japan on September 14, 2013, to much acclaim and success. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will build upon the changes already established in MH4, which has more fluid 3-dimensional combat (you can climb and attack from walls and ceilings), new weapons, a new Guild Quest system, and, of course, new monsters to hunt. Monster Hunter 4 also has online multiplayer along with local play and Streetpass functionality.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is set to be released in the US and Europe in early 2015. I got my fingers across for a Wii U port, akin to Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate. Maybe that can help out the struggling console.
During the October 2013 Nintendo Direct, we got confirmation that Sonic will be returning to partake in some sibling fisticuffing action. Above you can see the announcement trailer. If you look closely at the 0:26 second mark, you can get a sneak peak at the Sonic Lost Worlds stage.
Now that we got Mario, Sonic, and Megaman all in the same game, you think there’ll be a chance of the new Smash Bros getting Pac-man, so the game can have arguably the 4 biggest video game characters of the 2D era?
SquareEnix released a trailer for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call at the Tokyo Game Show this week. The trailer shows off a few new characters added to the game, as well as the multiplayer mode and some of the new songs added to the game (including tracks from Japan locked Type-o). Theatrhythm Final Fantasy released in the US in July of last year, right along side another 3DS rhythm game, Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure. While the game didn’t last me long, it was a fun and challenging twist on the Rhythm game genre, and is a good buy if you’re a fan of both it and Final Fantasy. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call has a Japanese launch date of Spring 2014.
The trailer for Sonic Lost World from the Tokyo Game Show has been posted on the internet for all to see (and posted at the start of this article for you to watch!). While it is of course in Japanese, we can easily discern what is going on in the gameplay segments shown, which include gameplay from both the Wii U and 3DS versions, the Wisps in both versions of the game, as well as how the 3DS version can send items to the Wii U version that a second player could then use for local co-op. The trailer also shows off some competitive multiplayer, which is up to four people on the 3DS and 2 on the Wii U.