It's April! March is over, but Famitsu has Japanese sales figures for the most successful games, hardware, and game companies of the past month.
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My 3DS bit the dust a few months back. Rather than pay for Nintendo to fix it, I waited for the New 3DS. Unfortunately, most of my games were purchased digitally, and you can't just insert an old SD card into a New 3DS. On Nintendo platforms, games are tied to the hardware. Dumb? Yes. Reality? Also yes! So I got on the phone with Nintendo to find out what my options were.
For a couple of years we at Kotaku have deemed Nintendo's 3DS as an essential piece of gaming hardware. And for decades, new iterations of Nintendo hardware have immediately rendered older units obsolete. Things are different this time around.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask for 3DS is almost here, which means the hype train is in overdrive, and Nintendo's doing everything it can to get people interested in Link's revamped adventure. The company's throwing an art competition on the Miiverse, kicked off by series producer Eiji Aonuma himself, and it's resulted in some truly incredible submissions by fans.
Nintendo's financial results for the October-December 2014 quarter are in, and it's showing numbers reminiscent of the the ones we saw last time, which is good.
When Nintendo officially announced the New 3DS XL this morning, fans across North America had one big question: where's the smaller one?
The New 3DS is coming out on February 13, Nintendo just announced. This release date is no surprise given yesterday's leaks, but now it's official.
Rumour suggests Nintendo's New 3DS -- a poorly-titled yet excellent hardware revision of the Old 3DS -- will be officially announced for North America tomorrow, and that it will come out on February 13.