SMTIV: Apocalypse, 7th Dragon III Code: VFD hit Australia on Dec. 2nd

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse (SMT4A) depicts the remnants of Tokyo ravaged by a catastrophe. Demons and humans co-exist, but in this state the remains of humankind are just a prize being fought over by the higher deities. One lone Hunter, the game’s protagonist, meets an early demise and through a pact with a lesser god is brought back to life in exchange for his pledge of servitude.

7th Dragon III Code: VFD takes place in the year 2100, where dragons have descended upon earth and humanity is at the mercy of these terrifying beasts. However, not all is lost. As the protagonist, the player will team up with Nodens Enterprises—a video game company dedicated to stopping the dragon menace—to become a dragon hunter and eventual saviour of the universe. Although times are bleak, Nodens Enterprises has found a way to tip the scales in favour of mankind by traveling through time to three different eras, the protagonist can upset the balance of the dragons’ power.

Random Time! - Dad makes Famicom costume for himself & two sons

You have to admit, that's a pretty great idea for a costume. It doesn't look like too much fun to maneuver around in, but I guess that's the price you have to pay!

Lost in Shadow hitting NA Wii U eShop tomorrow

Embark on a shadow's adventure!

When a boy becomes separated from his shadow, he must journey along with a sylph named Spangle to unlock the mysteries across the land shaded by the looming Tower. You will need to battle and find aid amongst the shadows as you manipulate light and traverse this alternate land where even gravity isn't a factor.

Hub page here

Nintendo president - Opportunities to demo Switch before launch, system will not replace 3DS

Tatsumi Kimishima had a few comments following this morning's financial results. There's more to come later today, but for now, here are the more important things he said.

- Consumers will have the opportunity to demo the Switch prior to launch
- the 3DS is not a replacement for the Switch
- 3DS will continue to receive support after Switch launches

Nintendo UK - Learn all about Pokémon Sun/Moon in our in-depth interview

A new adventure awaits in the Alola region when Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon arrive exclusively on Nintendo 3DS family systems on November 23rd. In the first part of our Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon interview, Shigeru Ohmori, the game’s director, and Junichi Masuda, the game’s producer, took sides on some hard-hitting Pokémon dilemmas. In the second part of our interview, we ask them how they create new Pokémon, how Hawaii inspired the all-new Alola region and what players can expect from these brand new games.

Nintendo UK interview here