‘Block Factory’ Sees Price Cut On 3Ds Eshop

After what has seemed like a slow few weeks for the eShop in terms of top games, Nintendo has today released their new update, which is highlighted by two solid games.

The sale comes on the heels of lagging sales for the company which also reported this morning a loss of 25.5 billion yen over the course of the last three months.

As for the other elephant in the room, Capcom has finally given an official response as to why save data cannot be deleted in Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D. The simple gist is that they were trying to design it around an arcade-style sensibility.

Walmart has dropped the price on both the Aqua Blue and Cosmo Black versions of the Nintendo 3DS for $169.99 starting today, August 9. Purchasing one and connecting to Nintendo’s Κατασκευή ιστοσελίδας με WordPress by 11:59PM EST on August 11 will grant access to 20 free downloadable games as part of Nintendo’s “3DS Ambassador” program.

The new Wii and Wii U dropping GameCube compatibility has raised a little ire among the NIntendo faithful, leading to 1UP offering a reminder that lost functionality over time is nothing new.

The one question that remains is whether Nintendo would allow such a release. The company is emulating and re-releasing old NES games on the 3DS, but would it allow the emulation of a new one?

Nintendo also reiterated a few launch dates for upcoming 3DS titles, noting that Star Fox 64 3D arrives on Sep. 9, Super Mario 3D Land in Nov., Mario Kart 7 in Dec. and Kid Icarus: Uprising this holiday season.

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