Everyone’s favorite cute, pink little ball thing gets a new 3DS game this summer. This time around he can use the enemy’s mech to terrorize his enemies. He can also jump back and forth between the foreground and background. There will be over 25 copy abilities to use in the game including the mech robo. The mech can also copy up to 10 enemy abilities.
A separate mode is also included with Planet Robobot called Team Kirby Clash. In this mode, up to 4 players can team up and fight against powerful bosses. Team Kirby Clash will be available via download play as well to play with friends who do not own Planet Robobot. Team Kirby Clash can also be played along with CPU teammates as well.
New Kirby series of amiibo will be available along with the release of Robobot as well. These amiibo will give Kirby a special in-game copy ability.
Kirby Planet Robobot hits store shelves and digitally, June 10th, 2016.
The third and final path of Fire Emblem Fates hits this month. The Revelation path features many secrets that are not featured in Birthright or Conquest. Revelation will be available at a price of $19.99. To get to the Revelation content, when you are given the choice of which family to side with, you pick “Refuse to choose a side.”
Two new DLC maps have also been released today in the Dragon’s Gate. Museum Melee and Ghostly Gold are up for purchase now. If you already purchased the Map Pack bundle in the DLC shop, you should already have them. Another map called Royal Royale will be released on March 17th and additional maps after that will be released weekly up through April 21st.
Shigero Miyamoto’s project guard, now known as Star Fox Guard, will come bundled with the game. Star Fox guard is basically a tower defense game with map sharing capabilities. Maps you create can be shared over the internet with friends and others around the world.
Star Fox Zero will also feature amiibo support that will unlock the retro Arwing for gameplay.
You can join Star Fox and company on another adventure to stop Andros in April 22nd, 2016.
The Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem game finally gets an English title and release date of June 26th.
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is a JRPG is set in Japan and takes place around a huge pop idol concert. Voice acting will be in Japanese and will have English subtitles. Check out the announcement trailer above.
Known as Monster Hunter X in Japan, the game will release outside of Japan as Monster Hunter: Generations. The game will does not have a release date yet, but expect it to come out this summer for the 3DS.
Also if you missed out on playing Monster Hunter 4: Ultimate, you can purchase it in the 3DS eShop at a discount price of $19.99 for 48 hours.
Nintendo also teased that MH players will get something special in Generations if you have MH4U saved data on your 3DS when the game releases.
The sequel comes out this month. A demo is available now in the eShop that features content not in the final version of the game. Progress from the demo will transfer over to the full release of End Layer. Check out the story trailer above.
The next edition of Nintendo Direct will focus on upcoming games for the rest of the year. There will be no news on the NX or mobile operations, unfortunately. Hopefully we get more info on the next Zelda installment though, but it should be an entertaining show nonetheless. The show will start at 5pm est. You can tune in right here on The Geek Dojo.
The logos leaked yesterday, but the games have officially been confirmed this morning during the Pokemon Direct. Unfortunately, Nintendo had nothing to show us from the next installment other than some concept art. We don’t know if Pokemon will take place in space or not, since there was no setting shown either. Nintendo will have more information on the next Pokemon games as the year progresses.
Pre-orders for Pokemon Sun and Moon have already been opened from the following retailers:
Two logos for what are being called Pokemon Moon and Pokemon Sun have been discovered today in the European Union’s trademark database. With accompanying logos and not just names of the games, this very well may be what Nintendo will announce during tomorrows Nintendo Direct Pokemon special.
With this small bit of information, could Pokemon be going to space? If so, this could be a very cool change in scenery. If not space then each game will for sure revolve around one Pokemon that gets its power from the moon and the other from the sun. Be sure to tune in to the Nintendo Direct Pokemon special tomorrow at 10am Eastern to find out.