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Nintendo Download (ALL) Thursday, June 27, 2013

by Rainier on June 27, 2013 @ 2:55 p.m. PDT

Experience incredible gameplay featuring real 3D graphics with no need for special glasses. The Nintendo 3DS system opens up a whole new world of eye-popping gameplay possibilities.

Note: Some demo versions do not support all game features, and players cannot save their in-game progress in demo versions. To enjoy the 3D effect of Nintendo 3DS software, you must experience it from the system itself. . Use Parental Controls to restrict 3D mode for children 6 and under.

Nintendo DSiWare/3DS/eShop

Project X Zone Demo (Namco Bandai/$5.59/3DS/eShop/Available on July 2)

For the first time ever, characters from some of the most historic franchises in video game history come together in one epic adventure! Play as over 50 of your favorite characters from NAMCO BANDAI, SEGA, and Capcom and watch them interact in dream scenarios. Project X Zone Imperial Demo is the ultimate strategy RPG that combines the greatest collection of characters ever seen in a video game!

The world is engulfed in a quiet chaos. Shadows lurk behind the unchanging peacefulness of everyday life. Twisted beings writhe unseen in the darkness. Mysterious dimensional portals connect the real world to others more fantastic. But, with the passage of time, people have eventually come to understand and even accept these things as a part of their daily lives. All without knowing of the people and organizations fighting the true evil.

No. of Players: 1 player

Urban Trial Freestyle (Strangelands/3DS/eShop/Available on July 2)

Take to the streets on your freestyle motorbike, using the urban landscape to pull spectacular tricks—backflips, 360s, wallrides, ollies, and more. Customize your bike to boost your performance with 64 possible configurations that let you choose from different engines, bodies, and wheels, and develop your own unique riding style. With the level editor, you can create your own trial tracks for endless hours of fun! The city is your playground... enjoy your first taste of Urban Trial Freestyle.

Get Urban Trail Freestyle for $5.59 until July 4, 2013, 9:00am PST

No. of Players: 1 player

Crash City Mayhem (Majesco/$19.99/eShop/3DS/Available 7/2)

Fasten your seatbelts and take a thrill ride through Crash City, causing mayhem wherever your tires take you! You are an undercover spy working for a top secret agency; you never know who to trust! Race down the streets earning points for destroying anything that gets in your way while completing missions that will challenge your skill behind the wheel.

Features:

  • Chase down traitors, steal important items from the embassy, and collect data scattered around the city in 36 action packed missions!
  • Unlock and drive 15 different vehicles ranging from Monster Trucks to F1 racers!
  • Collect hidden coins in each mission to unlock different items to equip your vehicle with, from bus horns to nitros and jumping devices!
  • Try to beat the Legendary setting or play Free Run mode where you can run wild throughout the level without receiving any damage to your vehicle.
  • Destroy everything that gets in your way to earn the high score. There are thousands of destructible objects so don’t hold back!

No. of Players: 1 player

Kokuga (G. rev/$14.99/eShop/3DS)

After months of bitter conflict with its neighbor, country A is preparing to unleash its latest machine of war, code-named Kokuga. With access to 9 destructive weapons and an array of power-ups, the compact mobile tank is an elite military machine.

Highly-reputed boutique game studio G.rev is pleased to offer this old-school strategic shooter for the Nintendo 3DS.

Players are tasked with piloting Kokuga, and must destroy tanks, drones, gun towers and other mecha in 12 different training missions. Each stage culminates with a boss fight, pitting the player against massive heavily-armed bosses. Upon receiving orders for active duty, the player is thrust into action against enemy forces.

Structured so gamers have maximum freedom in their game experience, Kokuga is great for both casual game sessions or long challenges.

Local and Download Play is supported, so assemble your squad of up to four players! Develop new strategies and help out your teammates by coordinating card use.

No. of Players: up to 4 players

Gabrielle's Ghostly Groove Mini (Natsume/$3.99/eShop/3DS)

Take a peek into Gabrielle's spooky world of Monsterville in this rhythm dancing game. Dance along in 4 different stages with characters like Vlad the Vampire, Fang the Werewolf, and Robert the Mummy! You'll need to use the stylus to twist and turn in time to the music. Do well enough, and you'll earn enough screams to unlock the next level! With three difficulty levels, do you have what it takes to master the Ghostly Groove?

No. of Players: 1 player

Virtual Console

Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (SEGA/$4.99/3DS)

In Sonic The Hedgehog 2, Sonic is back to put a stop to Dr. Eggman’s (AKA Dr. Robotnik) mechanical machinations. Originally released for the Game Gear, Sonic’s best friend Tails and all of the islands animals have been captured by Dr. Eggman! Now Sonic must rush through winding Zones and battle waves of Badniks in order to save them. Ride a runaway mining cart and fly on hang gliders, feather-light bubbles and whirling flywheels to zip through Zones. Spin for a bonus at the end of every Act. Face six terrifying Master Robots on your journey to stop the evil Dr. Eggman!

No. of Players: 1 player

Spelunker (Tozai Games/$4.99/3DS)

Wander through miles of uncharted caves in search of the legendary underground pyramid and its vast treasures. To complete your adventure you will swing from ropes, climb ladders, run across unstable terrain and down ravines as well as operate elevators, mining carts and rafts. You will collect keys, bombs, flares, jewels, sacks of gold coins and other valuable items as you navigate the hazardous terrain. But beware of the scalding steam vents, poisonous bats and the avenging spirits of dead spelunkers that lurk in every corner of this massive underground labyrinth.

No. of Players: 1 player

Crystal Warriors (SEGA/$3.99/3DS) 

In the Kingdom of Ariel, four elemental crystals have long protected the land and its inhabitants, but an evil force has appeared to destroy this peace by stealing them! With the kingdom in turmoil, guide Princess Iris in her quest to recover the lost crystals from the evil Jyn. In this classic strategy game, arm your warriors and tame monsters to fight alongside you against Jyn’s armies! Over 5 unique classes to use against Jyn’s forces! You can even challenge a friend via local two-player multiplayer.

No. of Players: 2 players alternating

Sonic Labyrinth (SEGA/$4.99/3DS) 

Dr. Eggman (AKA Dr. Robotnik) has tricked Sonic into wearing a pair of magical sneakers that prevent him from running at super-sonic speeds. The only things that can remove these sluggish shoes and restore Sonic's speed are the Chaos Emeralds hidden within Dr. Eggman’s Super Labyrinth. Spin through four labyrinth zones, each containing three regular stages and a Boss stage. Seek out square warp gates to find special items, and earn extra lives by grabbing 100 rings in Bonus stages. Find the Chaos Emeralds before time runs out!

No. of Players: 1 player

Vegas Stakes (Nintendo/$7.99/Wii U) 

Let your inner high roller go wild as you try your luck at five different casino games—black jack, slots, poker, craps, and roulette. Start with $1,000 in your pocket and play your way through five casinos, each with a different theme and varying limits. Choose one of four friends to tag along and offer advice when you need it. Further enhancing the experience is the fact that you’ll be presented with a slew of interactions with random casino patrons. Be careful though, your choices in these situations could either get you closer to the millions of dollars you’re after, or cost you a pile of that hard-earned cash.

No. of Players: up to 4 players


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