Nintendo has opened up a Refurbished Systems section on their online store, and have several Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DSi XL products listed. You can buy a Aqua Blue Nintendo 3DS and Midnight Purple 3DS for $129.99, or add an extra $40 to get a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D shipped with it. Those looking for a Metallic Rose Nintendo DSi XL or Midnight Blue Nintendo DSi XL can buy one for $99.99. Much like the Nintendo 3DS, gamers can pay an extra $30 to get a copy of Mario Kart DS.
Circle Entertainment is bringing Crystal Adventure to the DSiWare service (yes, it does still exist) on December 6th, 2012.
Crystal Adventure looks to be a unique RPG experience similar to that of a roguelike, a sub-genre of role-playing games. Your goal in Crystal Adventure is to investigate a tower that has been overrun by monsters performing a ritual to summon a dangerous demon.
Circle Entertainment promises multiple ways to clear a path to the monster’s lair, as well as frequent decisions during battle and the ability to power-up your hero.
Check out a trailer for Crystal Adventure after the break.
I was lurking around GameFAQs and because I’m playing Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask right now, I gravitated towards the message board for that game. I found a lot of people looking for help and giving personal opinions, but I also came across something interesting.
The post that caught my attention was titled “People on Amazon whining because they didn’t know it was on the 3DS.” I was curious to see what people we’re “whining” about so I clicked over. In there I found a couple of links to Amazon reviews with the topic creator pointing out 1 star reviews for the game. Turns out that some people are confused (and mad) about Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask being a Nintendo 3DS game. Read more