GG3 writes: "Puzzle game, Pokémon Shuffle, is one of Nintendo’s latest free-to-play games on 3DS. Combining a free price tag and the popular franchise, the new project was able to catapult over a million downloads in just a week."

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Titan Attacks received a glowing review when it came through The Gamer's Lounge for the full Sony cross-buy situation. Now, it finds a home on the 3DS. Does the twitch gameplay and fast action make for a fun 3DS title? Ryan Johnson at The Gamer's Lounge found a few flaws in this version, but that's not to say it's without any merit.

Denis Murphy writes- Over the past year or so, there have been a few titles released for the PS Vita that are obviously doing they're best to replicate the success Capcom is having with Monster Hunter. The one that sticks out in my mind recently is Freedom Wars, a fun futuristic game that was essentially Monster Hunter with a sci-fi twist. But all of the imitators are just that- imitations.

Denis Murphy writes- Despite The Legend of Zelda being such a well know and renowned series- even among people who wouldn't really call themselves “gamers”- Majora's Mask isn't as widely known as other entries. A direct sequel to The Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask was originally released on the Nintendo 64 back in 2000. Whether it was the fact that the Nintendo 64 was failing in terms of sales or that Majora's Mask could only be played while using an Expansion Pack, the game sold considerably...

Denis Murphy writes- Lets be honest, videogame movie tie-ins are, for the most part, pretty shit. There are rules to the exception though of course, with the likes of King Kong, The Warriors, Spider-Man 2 and Golden Eye 007 being the very few that managed to live up to their source material. But as I said, for the most part they're shit. So when this latest title popped up on my radar I wasn't exactly dying to get stuck into it.

The Johto Region starter evolutions, Meganium, Typhlosion and Feraligatr, with their rare hidden abilities were previously unreleased until today. The event has officially started and anyone with PokeBank can claim one of each and send them to any of the Generation VI games: Pokemon X, Pokemon Y, Pokemon Omega Ruby and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire.

Meganium gets the Leaf Guard ability, Typlosion acquires Flash Fire and Feraligatr now possesses Sheer Force. The distribution is available until Nov...

The gang's all here again and this week the guys discuss SEGA, Vita turns 3, XB1 fall lineup, Nintendo, PS4 firmware, The Order 1886, our 50th episode giveaway and more!

"Bravely Second will be released in Japan on April 23rd exclusively on Nintendo 3DS. No Western release has been confirmed so far but more news on the matter will definitely come soon. Considering how successful the first game has been in North America and Europe, there’s a good chance we will see the game getting released in the West in the future."

Some of you may have not received the e-mail yet but, you lucky people, you. :o
I couldn't get my hands on a Wii U code, but I really hope that those of you that qualified and registered both codes already really enjoy that music! ^_^

Heaven knows that I would've.

"Nintendo of Europe will offer three new Kirby themes for your 3DS home menu screen later this week. Available on Friday, February 27, fans of the pink puffball can celebrate his unique style with three different themes; including Craft Paper Kirby, Kirby Sweet Gourmet Race and Smiling Kirby. As per, all of the backgrounds – which you can view above – are priced at €1.99 / £1.79 each. Though Europe has yet to take on Kirby’s latest adventure with the GamePad’s canvas and stylus in hand with Ki..."

"1. (NE) [PS4] The Order: 1886
2. (02) [XBO] Evolve
3. (03) [PS4] Evolve
4. (01) [3DS] The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D
5. (05) [PS4] Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
6. (07) [PS4] Far Cry 4
7. (06) [PS4] Grand Theft Auto V
8. (12) [360] Minecraft: Xbox Edition
9. (08) [XBO] Grand Theft Auto V
10. (10) [XBO] Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
11. (09) [360] Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
12. (04) [3DS] Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
13. (11) [PS4] FIFA 15
14. (14) [XBO] Far Cry 4
15. (..."

While My Life on a Farm 3D is a family friendly game, when it comes down to it, it's just not a very fun one. There are better farming games out there, like the Harvest Moon and Rune Factory series. Those games are more entertaining for your money.

"Plenty of fans, including myself, were a little disappointed when hearing of a new Star Fox game turning out to only be a remaster. But being honest, ever since I was a kid I’ve wanted some way to play Star Fox 64 anywhere, but finally with this game I’m now able to."

The Dancer class is skilled in giving party enhancements making it a relentless attacker. And it can power up allies with its dance, so it is a perfect team player.

Quell Memento is a fun and family friendly puzzle game that is both relaxing and challenging. With over 150 levels, it‘s worth the $3.99 on Nintendo’s eShop. If you have a Android or iOS device you can get it on Google Play for $.99 and iTunes sells it for $2.99.

It was revealed in this week's issue of Jump that weapons will get an additional Special move. In Bravely Default, we had three Special moves for each weapon type (e.g. Grand Strike, Maelstrom and Gigaton Swing for Axe) and in the sequel, that number will go up to four. So far, the only new move that's confirmed is Megaton Swing for Axe.

This week join John, Erik and Robert as they talk HiveJump, Amiibos, the New 3DS, Assassins Creed, Monster Hunter, Destiny, and the length of a game versus price. Plus info on our Ep 50 giveaway and more!

Have you ever wanted to explore a wild terrain, hunt terrifying monsters and craft armor to become a walking trophy? Then Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate from Capcom is the game you’ve been craving to play on your 3DS. The concept of the series is very simple: you hunt down enormous monsters, make armor and weapons from them, then go after more monsters to craft better armor and weapons. It’s an endless cycle that fans can never escape.

The file size of Xenoblade Chronicles 3D has been revealed, and it will take approximately 3.6 GB to download. The Micro-SDHC Card that comes with New 3DS has 4 GB memory, so those who download Xenoblade Chronicles 3D to avoid going to GameSpot will probably need a second SDHC card, and one with more memory capacity.

The 1:13 minute video was streamed by Atlus USA and as implied in the title, it was the game's story that was featured in it. Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker is a direct port of the Nintendo DS version, but with new content.

The video was streamed by Nintendo on Monday. The trailer introduces Abraham Lincoln, President of the USA and creator of the fighting force. He also seen commanding a giant, steam-powered robot.

It appears that Rayman could be coming to Super Smash Bros. on the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U as a DLC character. A video has been leaked that shows off Rayman on the character select screen. Mewtwo also appears on the roster too. Back in August, there was the news about a Nintendo of Canada rep implying that Rayman would be playable and with this new video and the screens(seen below), it looks like he might be in.

I had Rayman as someone I wanted in the new Super Smash Bros. games, so...

Taking the spotlight this week is Dragon Ball Xenoverse on the PS4 and PS3, on the first and second spot, respectively. Followed by popular 3DS games in Japan Yōkai Watch, Lost Heroes 2 and Pokemon OR and AS. Pokemon's charm hasn't died just yet. Far Cry 4, Monster Hunter 4G, Tales of Zestiria, Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin, Mario Kart 8, Animal Crossing, and Persona 4: The Golden also make it to the top 20.

Upgrade your PSN Sub Account, check out a new Ghostbusters Board Game and much more at this week’s Nightcap at The Gamer’s Lounge. Sit back, relax and enjoy!

"Nintendo Anime Channel is a free video-on-demand service presented by Nintendo. Using this service, you can stream a range of exciting anime series like Kirby, Pokémon and Inazuma Eleven on your Nintendo 3DS or 2DS and new content is added to the service regularly."