The Binding of Isaac Rebirth

Famitsu - This week's review scores (7/28/15)

Nobunaga’s Ambition 2 (3DS) – 7/8/8/8 [31/40]
Romance of the Three Kingdoms 2 (3DS) – 7/7/8/8 [30/40]
Cube Creator 3D (3DS) – 7/6/7/7 [27/40]
Bonbonribbon Tokimeki Coorde KiraKira Dance (3DS) – 6/6/6/7 [25/40]

Freedom Planet will be released for the Wii U on August 3rd

According to Nintendo's official website, the game is planned to be released on the Wii U eShop on August 3rd. No price has currently been announced.

Analyst claims that the Nintendo NX could be Nintendo's first social VR platform

The following information comes from an analyst from MCVUK:

It’s conclusion? The NX could be centred about social virtual reality of augmented reality games.

It speculates that Nintendo’s solution could involve a low cost dedicated games console with a spec equal to or lower than PS4 and Xbox One that has been optimised for VR/AR. This would be accompanied by a low cast headset, possibly following the template laid out by the likes of Samsung’s Gear VR – which, of course, would tie into Nintendo’s smartphone aspirations.

It also believes this would be accompanied by an accessible controller designed to do for VR what the WiiRemote did for console gaming.

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Dragon Quest X and Dragon Quest XI are being considered for the Nintendo NX

Square Enix said the following information in a press release:

Additionally, we are also considering launching on Nintendo’s in development NX platform.

Although Nintendo hasn't said much about the Nintendo NX, Square Enix announced this morning that two Dragon Quest games, Dragon Quest X and Dragon Quest XI, are being considered to be released for the platform. It was also announced this morning that Square Enix would be releasing Dragon Quest XI for the Nintendo 3DS sometime in 2016.

Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time announced for the Nintendo 3DS

Square Enix announced this morning that Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time would be released on the Nintendo 3DS in 2016. The teaming is aiming to release the game in May as a celebration to the first game being released 30 years ago. Toylogic is helping with the game's production. The top screen features 3D visuals, and the bottom screen features 2D sprites.

GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - Check out Summer Games Done Quick

Back to the work week, my friends. Hope you all had a lovely weekend. I certainly did, hanging with friends and family. Can't complain about that! Now let's get this damn week out of the way and do it all over again! See you in a few, short hours.

The entire 'Games Done Quick' live stream charity event is mind-boggling. If you've never checked it out, you absolutely have to. I can't think of any other event where such a varied group of people came together to show off their extreme talents, all in the name of helping out charity. I can't express how truly interesting I find these events, or how fantastic I think it is that people donate their time and skills to help others around the world.

I didn't get into the Games Done Quick scene until a couple years back, but I was completely hooked once I did. The things these gamers pull off in their speed-runs is unbelievable. We're talking about top-level play, pixel-perfect movements and all sorts of glitches and skips that seem impossible at first. Seeing people blow through games in minutes that take 60+ hours to beat normally just never gets old.

Like I said, the best part is that all this is in the name of charity. This time around, the entire gang is working to help out Doctors Without Borders. Certainly a worthy cause, and one that the team has played for before. After just one day, the live-stream charity event has already pulled in over $219k, which is a huge amount! I don't know what's better...the people playing these games for charity, or the viewers forking over hard-earned cash to help people the world over.

So yeah...hit up the stream and check it out. We've put it after the jump due to autoplay. Even if you don't donate, I guarantee you'll see some footage that'll keep you watching long into the night.

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3DS eShop charts - July 28th, 2015


1. I’ve Got to Run: Complete Edition!
2. The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
3. Mario Kart 7
4. Super Mario Bros. 3
5. Smash Controller
6. 3D Streets of Rage 2
7. Super Smash Bros. for 3DS
8. PuzzleBox Setup
9. Super Mario Bros.
10. Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move
11. Shovel Knight
12. Animal Crossing: New Leaf
13. Mercenaries Saga 2
14. The Legend of Zelda
15. Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX
16. Gunman Clive
17. Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
18. Pokemon Omega Ruby
19. Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure
20. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate


1. Bee and the PuppyCat Episode 1
2. Super Mario Maker E3 2015 Trailer
3. Pokemon Rumble World Trailer
4. Super Smash Bros. Mii Fighters Suit Up for Wave One
5. Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon E3 2015 Trailer
6. Stretchmo Trailer
7. Splatoon Direct 5/7/15
8. Zelda: Tri Force Heroes E3 2015 Trailer
9. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS Lucas Comes Out of Nowhere
10. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS Mewtwo Strikes Back!
11. Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games E3 2015 Video
12. Bee and the PuppyCat Episode 2
13. Bee and the PuppyCat Episode 5
14. Bee and the PuppyCat Episode 3
15. Hyrule Warriors Legends E3 2015 Trailer
16. Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam E3 2015 Trailer
17. Bee and the PuppyCat Episode 4
18. LEGO Jurassic World Launch Trailer
19. Xenoblade Chronicles 3D Launch Trailer
20. Mario Kart 7 Video

Australia - Happy days on 3DS with Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer


To celebrate the launch of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems on 3rd October, Nintendo Australia is launching a range of new products - including an all-new hardware bundle - to give fans of the series and new players alike a variety of options to enjoy a one-of-a-kind handheld gaming experience that only Nintendo offers.

From 3rd October, Animal Crossing fans with a penchant for interior or exterior design can go all out with Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Join the Nook’s Homes family business and make hundreds of your favourite animals happy by designing their dream home – some might even ask you to spruce up their garden! Go beyond home decor and try your hand at bigger projects like a school or a café and assign unexpected roles to some of your favourite animal friends.

At launch, a limited number of copies of the game sold in stores will come with one special amiibo card that allows the player to call up the card’s character and let their imagination run wild designing a house for them. What kind of home would you build for Tom Nook or Isabelle? Additional amiibo cards will be sold separately in packs of three. Out of these three, one card will always be a special amiibo card, meaning it features a character whose house you won’t be able to build without using its amiibo card. Each card can be used across multiple copies of the game, so they’re perfect for collecting and trading with friends.

Owners of New Nintendo 3DS or New Nintendo 3DS XL systems can tap the amiibo card to the NFC area on the bottom screen, while owners of original Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL or Nintendo 2DS systems can purchase the NFC Reader/Writer accessory to enjoy amiibo functionality in compatible software.

The launch of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer for Nintendo 3DS will be accompanied by the following additional releases on 3rd October:

New Nintendo 3DS XL Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer Edition: a white New Nintendo 3DS XL system with a unique, game-themed cover design, a download code for a digital copy of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer and one special amiibo card (SRP AU$269.95)

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer + NFC Reader/Writer Pack: a physical copy of the Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer game, one special amiibo card and the NFC Reader/Writer accessory (SRP AU$69.95)
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer Standalone Game (SRP AU$59.95)
Standalone NFC Reader/ Writer accessory (SRP AU$29.95)
New Nintendo 3DS Cover Plates: one features K.K. Slider and the other features a variety of animals from the series (SRP AU$17.95 each)

Series 1 Animal Crossing amiibo cards Pack: each pack contains 1 special amiibo card and 2 regular amiibo cards (SRP AU$4.95)

Also coming later in Q4 2015 in Australia and New Zealand is the New Nintendo 3DS + Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer Pack: a white New Nintendo 3DS system with a pre-installed digital copy of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer*, a unique set of Cover Plates** and one special amiibo card.

Whether you’re new to the Nintendo 3DS experience or an existing system owner, let your penchant for home design run wild with Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer from 3rd October.