Release Date: 4 August 2016
Genre: Role Playing
The latest entry into the popular 3DS dungeon crawler Etrian Odyssey is without a doubt an event worthy of great anticipation. For years now, players who have taken the call of adventure into worlds unknown have seen the series evolve from it's early days on the NDS to what it is today; with each iteration, the classic formula of a western 3D isometric dungeon crawl is continually tweaked and perfected by an attention to detail expected from an experienced Japanese development team. For anyone who enjoys the risk and rewards of a game that offers deliberate pacing through mystery, challenge, and discovery, as well as the unique gameplay element of cartography, the Etrian Odyssey V is sure to please.
Each Etrian Odyssey is a standalone title, and while the core element of navigating through deadly dungeons is shared in all the titles, V presents a new land called Arcadia, with glory and fame at the top of a perilous climb into Yggdrasil, an ancient tree with equally ancient legends.
By introducing 4 new races, unseen from previous titles - the Arslan, Lunaria, Cerian, and Brani, each with their own race specific stat advantages and disadvantages, as well as new extensive customization options such as the 22+ different character voices, Etrian Odyssey V gives players a chance to form the guild that matches their play style, especially when new classes have very specific roles, adding extra challenge with respect to team balancing.
Classes are tied to race, as Arslan human types employ the Fencer, Dragoon, Cestus, and Reaper; Lunarian Elf types have
Necromancer and Warlock classes; the beast type Branil focuses on the Herbalist and Shaman class, and the dwarven Celians come as the Masurao and Hound class.
Finally, according to director Shigeo Komori, dungeon exploration has enhanced table top RPG elements drawing from the rich inspiration of this genre and the cartography mechanic is improved further with new icons and more intuitive controls.
Release Date: 12 October 2018
G- g- ghosts!
Luigi is back in the first portable version of this spooky classic. After winning a mansion in a contest he didn’t enter, Luigi must beat its many bosses and puzzles. Follow a map on the touchscreen, shine a flashlight, blow fire, shoot water, stun ghosts, and trap them…before Mario is trapped forever!
Release Date: 22 October 2013
From Anime to Game World:
Prepare to be hit by tornado like top toys as they make their debut for the Nintendo 3DS in BEYBLADE: Evolution. Published by Rising Star Games, Evolution is based on the popular anime BEYBLADE: Metal Fury TV series.
The BeyBlades in every Tilt, Motion and View:
Fans will enjoy this game as it was created specifically with the features of the Nintendo 3DS in mind; Beyblades can be launched through gyro and motion sensors, so expect awesomeness in every tilt and motion as the game responds instantly. Also featured is the 3DS Augmented Reality camera making it easier to adjust the view of the battling BeyBlades.
Customize and Battle:
Get ready to customize your own Beyblade and battle against the computer or your friends in a series of tournament and mini-games challenges. As well, famous characters from the original anime will make appearances throughout the game; whether it’s either to challenge the player or assist in the goal of being ultimate Beyblade champion, Evolution takes these exciting tops to the next level.
In the Collector’s Edition:
BEYBLADE: Evolution (Collector’s Edition) contains the full game and the limited Wing Pegasus 90WF battle top.
Yoshis come in all sorts of colors, but Mario’s close buddy debuted in green. Kind-hearted, naturally protective of others, and perpetually hungry, Yoshi™ is always up for adventure…especially if there are snacks involved. Yoshis can flutter their legs to jump incredibly high. They also have extremely long tongues that they use to snare fruit and even enemies—anything they swallow gets turned into throwable eggs.
Release Date: 11 August 2013
Genre: Role Playing Game
Mario and Luigi embark on the adventure of their dreams in a hilarious action RPG that combines the real world with the wild landscapes of Luigi’s imagination. In Luigi’s dreams, anything is possible - legions of Luigis morph into forms like a bouncy tower or a wrecking ball. You can even poke a sleeping Luigi to alter events in his dream world.
While on vacation on Pi'illo Island, the bros. discover that Luigi's sleeping mind can open portals to the dream world. In the real world, control both bros. at once, but in the dream world Mario partners with Dreamy Luigi and hundreds of Luiginoids. In battle, timing is key to pulling off the best moves to attack or defend. Mario & Luigi can team up for supercharged Bros. Attacks. In the dream world, Mario can use Luiginary Attacks to assemble a hoard of Luigis into attack formations. Adventure with Mario & Luigi to not only rescue Peach, but to help Prince Dreambert free fellow Pi'illo folk from the bat-king Antasama's petrifying spell.