Shonen Jump to feature Dragon Quest info for the next 5 issues

- starting from the July 6 issue
- running through the August 3 issue
- Dragon Quest series will celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2016
- expect new details on Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King for 3DS
- will also include “fan must-see scoops”

Weekly Jump Issue 32 – July 6 (leaked on July 2) – Included Dragon Quest VIII for 3DS box art, a new dungeon and boss, and teased a “big title” that will surprise you in the following week’s issue.
Weekly Jump Issue 33 – July 13 (should leak on July 9)
Weekly Jump Issue 34 – July 18 (should leak on July 16)
Weekly Jump Issue 35 – July 27 (should leak on July 23)
Weekly Jump Issue 36 – August 3 (should leak on July 30)

FreezeME dev talks story, GamePad usage, release date and price

A portion of a NintendoNuggets interview with FreezeME devs, Rainy Night Creations...

NN: Can you tell us a little about the story?

RNC: The protagonist of FreezeMe is “R,” a brown-eyed moppet with a camera around her neck. R is hot on the trail of her best friend, “M,” who has been abducted by the dastardly Fat the Cat. Fat the Cat longs to create what he describes as a “Free-Dog-World,” and exactly how kidnapping M will help him with this goal remains something of a mystery, but R is determined to thwart him by rescuing M from his clutches. To enter Fat the Cat’s isolated lair, where M is being held, R needs a special key. The key can only be forged from pieces of an ancient material, which are yellow cubes. As R collects the pieces of ancient material, she will unlock new areas, and ultimately find enough pieces to assemble the key and enter the final boss’s lair to save her friend.

NN: Will this title utilize any special features of the Wii U™ GamePad?

RNC: If yes, please explain. Touch screen. You can freeze the enemies and objects by touching the Gamepad.

NN: When is the release date and what will the title be priced at?

RNC: Hoping to release before the end of this year, no specific dates yet. Regarding the price something between 10/15$

Full interview here

G.G. Series Conveyor Toy Packing - review

This is part of a NintendoLife review...

If one can look past its missteps, G.G Series CONVEYOR TOY PACKING is an addictive, though somewhat barebones puzzler. While there are certainly better alternatives out there on the eShop, it's better than the G.G series' other block puzzler, G.G Series HERO PUZZLE, though not by much. The unique, fun gameplay ultimately saves this one from being entirely un-enjoyable, and anybody looking for a puzzler on the go at this price point should give it some consideration.

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