The official Retro City Rampage Twitter account (@RetroCR) has revealed the release month and price for Retro City Rampage DX on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. The game has gone gold and passed certification in North America. It will be be released during February 2014 and will cost $9.99.
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On Friday, Sakurai revealed the return of the Aura Pokemon, Lucario, to the Super Smash Bros. series. This will be Lucario’s second appearance in a Smash Bros. game. Some adjustments are being made to Lucario, including the influence of Aura, which will make Lucario an even more devastating force as his damage increases.
Not the most eventful week on the Nintendo eShop but five indie game developers have teamed up to deliver an awesome sale on their respective titles.
Unepic was released on the Wii U on January 16, 2014 – thanks to publisher EnjoyUp Games – though it has been around for a couple of years on the PC. Unepic was created in Spain by Francisco Téllez de Meneses – amongst a variety of collaborators. It originally took two years of work to create the game, though the Wii U version of the game was built to take advantage of the Wii U’s unique gamepad.
The unique beetle item from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword will be making an appearance in Super Smash Bros. When used, this item will fly toward opponents and carry them into the air.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will be the westernized version of Japan’s Monster Hunter 4G, but what’s even more interesting is that North America isn’t scheduled to get Monster Hunter 4, the game Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will be built around. Regardless, fans will be getting their dose of Monster Hunter 4 on the 3DS next year.
Rosalina’s down special will activate a gravitational pull that will pull in items and weapons. This move is similar to the gravitational pull that Mario utilized in Super Mario Galaxy.