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CastleStorm: From Outcast to Savior DLC Coming to Wii U Tomorrow

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Tomorrow, Zen Studios is unleashing CastleStorm: From Outcast to Savior, the first of two planned DLC expansion packs, upon Wii U owners.

Outcast to Savior features a new Royal Guard faction, new environments, an unlikely hero, 20 new battles, new weapons, and Skirmish and Survival levels. Gamers can get all this for just $2.99.

The other expansion pack, The Warrior Queen, will also be coming to the Wii U, though no release date has been confirmed at the moment.

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Pikmin 3 DLC Trailer

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Resident Evil Revelations DLC Coming Soon

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Capcom has announced a variety of different DLC packs coming to Resident Evil Revelations soon. Among those are two weapon packs (Resistance Set and Enhancement Set) that contain six custom parts each. These weapon packs will launch on June 4th for $1.99.

Two new Raid Mode characters will be added on June 11th, with each going for $2.99. These two new characters are Rachael Ooze and Lady Hunk (imaginative names), not to be confused with current unlockable characters, Rachael and Hunk.

Lastly, on June 18th, the pre-order weapons will become available as DLC. These weapons are for Jill, Parker, and Jessica, and will cost $0.99 each.


Injustice: Gods Among Us DLC Is Coming to Wii U This Summer

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The official Injustice: Gods Among Us Twitter account has just revealed that DLC will be coming to the Wii U sometime this Summer, more details to com.e

Assassin’s Creed III – Tyranny Of King Washington: Part 3 – The Redemption DLC Hitting Wii U in May

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While X-box 360 and PS3 owners will be enjoying the latest Assassin’s Creed III DLC this week, Wii U owners will have to wait until May 25, 2013 to get their hands on the digital content.


New Super Luigi U Coming This Summer

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New Super Luigi U is scheduled to release during summer 2013, but a few other interesting details were mentioned. Luigi will be able to jump higher, plus he will slide farther when trying to stop; these are two characteristics that have defined Luigi for many years now. Also, some stages will start with only 100 seconds on the timer.

Nintendo confirmed, once again, that New Super Luigi U will replace all 82 stages of New Super Mario Bros. U with new levels designed specifically for Luigi.

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate Receiving Post-Release Update to Add Awesome New Features

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Capcom has released details about a post-release update that will be adding some awesome new features that fans of the series are guaranteed to eat up. First, Capcom will be adding Off-TV play with this patch, a feature that is becoming increasingly popular amongst Wii U owners. Also, the fans requested it and Capcom is listening as they will be adding cross-region online play. After updating, fans from North America and Europe will be able to hunt together.

In addition to these two awesome features, Capcom also made clear that its online service will be free of charge. Not only will gamers be able to play online for free, but Capcom will be releasing free DLC quests every week for a period of time after the game’s launch.

This is exciting news for fans of the series and Capcom may have convinced fans on the fence to purchase the game.


Fire Emblem Awakening – DLC Trailer

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Assassin’s Creed 3 – The Tyranny Of King Washington: The Infamy Trailer (and Release Date)

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Assassin’s Creed III’s The Infamy DLC is coming to the Nintendo eShop on February 21, just later this week.

New Super Luigi U Announced as New Super Mario Bros. U DLC

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New Super Luigi U will become available as DLC for New Super Mario Bros. U later in 2013 and will replace the 80+ levels currently in the game with brand new levels. This will be large scale DLC similiar to the development of a retail title, and in my opinion, this is the kind of DLC we need to start seeing from Nintendo.

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity DLC and Multiplayer Details

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Nintendo released details regarding the multiplayer and DLC features for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity last week, but I forgot to post them. Here they are now, late, but no longer forgotten.

Starting on launch day, March 24, Nintendo will begin releasing a stream of DLC for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity, The first piece of DLC will be available at launch and until April 30, 2013 for free. This free DLC will be the Poké Forest Mystery Dungeon (pictured above), three other dungeons will be available for purchase at launch as well. Additional content will launch throughout April.

In addition to the single player Hero Mode campaign, up to four players can connect locally to play Companion Mode. Gamers will be able to explore new Mystery Dungeons in Companion Mode, gain experience, and find items, all of which can be carried over to Hero Mode. A StreetPass feature will also allow gamers to  revive each others’ Pokemon with Reviver Seeds.

Also, the official Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity Website is now open.

Nintendo Details Fire Emblem Awakening DLC, StreetPass and SpotPass Features

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Details for Fire Emblem Awakening DLC have been sparse, in fact, I don’t think we’ve received any yet, other than DLC will be a part of Fire Emblem Awakening. That ends today, Nintendo is sharing a lot of details regarding DLC for the next Fire Emblem entry.

Starting launch day, February 4, players will be able to purchase new maps for Fire Emblem Awakening. Additional maps will be launching on a weekly basis, but players will be able to get their hands on the first map for free, at least for a limited time. Additional maps will be offered at various price points and will include content such as maps with new storylines and special maps that give extra experience points, gold, or rare items. You can access DLC from the Outrealm Gate which is unlocked on the in-game world map after completing the fifth mission.

Nintendo will also be supporting both SpotPass and StreetPass functionality. Using SpotPass, Nintendo will deliver free content to players that will include new maps with new storylines, new characters and items as well. SpotPass content will be delivered within the launch time frame.

Fire Emblem Awakening’s StreetPass feature will allow you to create a team of 10 units made up of characters from the story mode. These special teams can be given custom team names and messages that other players will be able to see. StreetPass characters will show up on the world map and you will be given the option to recruit the team leader for gold, buy their weapons or items, or battle to receive the leader for free. Players will have full control of battles just like in story mode.

A Fire Emblem Awakening demo will also be available on the Nintendo eShop on January 17, 2013.


Jan. 10, 2013

Nintendo has revealed new information about Fire Emblem Awakening, launching exclusively for Nintendo 3DS on Feb. 4. The story of Fire Emblem Awakening begins in the kingdom of Ylisse and centers on Lord Chrom, the brother of Ylisse’s Holy Ruler. Chrom leads the Shepherds, a band of soldiers who defend the borders of Ylisse from Plegian bandits. Players create a custom avatar and play as Chrom’s right-hand man who is deeply ingrained in the main storyline. In addition to an immersive storyline, Fire Emblem Awakening keeps the adventure going with StreetPass and SpotPass functionality, as well as downloadable content available for purchase. Newly revealed information includes the following:

Downloadable Content: Maps will be available to purchase and download starting on launch day, and others will be distributed regularly. The first downloadable map will be available for free for a limited time only and will serve as an introduction to the steady weekly stream of additional maps. The additional maps will be offered at different price points. Players with a copy of Fire Emblem Awakening and a broadband Internet connection will be able to access the downloadable content through the Outrealm Gate located on the in-game world map, which will be unlocked after the player completes the fifth mission in the main story mode. The content will include additional information about new class types, skills, playable characters, maps with new storylines and special maps that let players earn more experience points, gold or other rare items.

SpotPass: In addition to content that can be purchased from within the game, Nintendo will also distribute new content via SpotPass for free. SpotPass content will be distributed in the launch time frame and will feature new maps with new storylines, characters and items.

StreetPass: Fire Emblem Awakening players can set up a StreetPass Team and exchange certain game data with other players. The StreetPass Team is made up of 10 units from an existing team in story mode. Players can also edit team names and create custom messages for other players to see. StreetPass characters will randomly appear on the world map, giving players the option to recruit the team leader with gold, buy any weapons or items the team is carrying or battle and win to recruit the leader for free. Like the random battles in the main story mode, the player will have full control of battles in StreetPass mode. Players will also earn “renown” based on battles won. A players’ “renown” is visible to other players through StreetPass.

Fans can also try out Fire Emblem Awakening prior to launch by downloading the free demo available in the Nintendo eShop. The demo will be available on Jan. 17. When the game launches on Feb. 4, shoppers can purchase the packaged game as usual at retail locations nationwide. Or they can simply purchase and download the game on their own from the Nintendo eShop using a wireless broadband connection. Regardless of their purchasing method, the game sells for a suggested retail price of $39.99. For more information about Fire Emblem Awakening, visit http://fireemblem.nintendo.com/.

New Super Mario Bros. 2 Getting its Final DLC Pack Tomorrow

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Nintendo will be releasing its final packs of downloadable courses tomorrow. There will be two packs to download tomorrow; one that focuses on mystery and the other focusing on being impossible.

First up you have the Mystery Adventures Pack. The three levels developed for this Coin Rush pack will challenge you to find secrets and hidden paths to maximize your coin total.

Lastly, Nintendo will challenge you to use every Mario skill you’ve acquired since birth with its aptly named Impossible Pack. This pack has been designed with Super Mario masters in mind. Unforgiving enemy placement and difficult platforming make up the last three levels you’ll play on New Super Mario Bros. 2.

As always, each Coin Rush course pack will cost $2.50.

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