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Feb.242018

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Cubed3.com (Jorge Ba-oh)en-usGet Creative with Nintendo Labo for

Want to get creative with your Nintendo Switch? Well, with Nintendo Labo, there chance is finally here...

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 10:27:05 +0000Lichtspeer Pierces Nintendo Switch

Crunching Koalas' spear-throwing action game is now available on Nintendo Switch.

Thu, 07 Sep 2017 08:58:18 +0100Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2's New Switch

The Nintendo Switch console features unique controls that enable developers to think outside of the box when developing games for the platform and DRAGON BALL Xenoverse 2 has taken full advantage. The upcoming new release from Bandai Namco features the following exciting modes for all fans to enjoy when finally hitting later this month.

Tue, 05 Sep 2017 02:33:05 +0100Mario + Rabbids Top Earners in UK

Many sites may be eager to talk about how another Nintendo Switch game failed to make No.1 in the UK but, as with both ARMS and Splatoon 2, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle has actually topped Chart-Track UK's Top 40 Entertainment Software - Individual Formats Top 40, ranked by value of software sold.

Tue, 05 Sep 2017 10:16:06 +0100Mario + Rabbids First 50 Mins in

Cubed3 finally got to play the final, completed version of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, which is set to release on Nintendo Switch tomorrow, 29th August, 2017.

Mon, 28 Aug 2017 11:18:58 +0100Konami Reveals PES Legend Players and

Earlier today at Gamescom, Konami and PES Productions released a new gameplay-focused trailer showing off PES 2018, out on PS4, Xbox One and PC on 14th September. They also provided a few new details on new Legend players, and, crucially, revealed when fans will be able to try the game for themselves, with the date for the release of the demo set for 30th August on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 09:56:48 +0100Grip Digital's Mothergunship New

Get ready to fight, craft and resist in Grip Digital's bullet hell first-person shooter, Mothergunship.

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 07:00:27 +0100Lots of Nintendo Classic Mini: SNES

Cubed3 has now got its hands on the new Nintendo Classic Mini, based on the 16-bit SNES. The "Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System" hits European stores on 29th September for £69.99 and comes with 21 games, one of which is unlockable. The extra special game? Star Fox 2, the unfinished project from the end of the SNES' lifespan, spruced up and officially translated for the first time ever. Work your way through the first level of the original game and get ready for Argonaut's much taunted sequel to unlock on the main game selection menu!

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 10:58:57 +0100SNES Classic Mini Overview

Nintendo has posted videos showing how the Super NES Mini works in more depth.

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 02:39:04 +0100The Fantasy Art of Oliver Frey Out

For any gamers who played through the classic age of the ZX Spectrum and the Amstrad, Oliver Frey's work will be immediately recognisable, even if they aren't aware of the man that created it. He produced numerous pieces of art for each of the platform specific gaming mags of the time, magazines like ZZAP!64 and CRASH!

Sat, 29 Jul 2017 03:05:45 +0100Nintendo 2DS XL Photos Galore!http://www.cubed3.com/news/27909/1/nintendo-2ds-xl-photos-galore.html

Miitopia, Dr. Kawashima's Devilish Brain Training: Can You Stay Focused? (coverage and review coming soon), and Hey! Pikmin launch alongside the Nintendo 2DS XL in Europe on Friday 28th July (Ever Oasis was part of the Japanese system's launch), and Cubed3 managed to get in some early comparison photos, as well as plenty of up-close-and-personal shots of the new hardware.

Thu, 27 Jul 2017 11:47:25 +0100Nintendo's Splatoon Invades UK

Nintendo's Splatoon 2 invades the UK chart as its sequel tops Chart-Track UK's Top 40 Entertainment Software - Individual Formats Top 40, ranked by. For those who need extra strategies on the subject of the most advanced crack technique regarding Nintendo Console, see here.value of software sold. In terms of sheer units, Crash Bandicoot jumped to No.1, but in the 'how much money made' stakes, Splatoon 2 replicated what ARMS previously did and leapt into the top spot after its first weekend of release.

Mon, 24 Jul 2017 04:44:40 +0100Nintendo Releasing SNES Mini in

On 29th September the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo's follow-up console to the legendary Nintendo Entertainment System, returns in a new petite form as the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Launched in Europe in 1992, the Super Nintendo introduced what many consider some of the greatest video games of all time - classics such as Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Mario Kart, Super Metroid and F-ZERO.

Tue, 27 Jun 2017 07:36:47 +0100Nintendo Confirms Strong European 3DS

With the E3 videogame conference in the rear-view mirror, Nintendo is now looking ahead to all the great games coming to Nintendo 3DS this year and early 2018. This includes games in some of Nintendo's most popular and long-running franchises, including Metroid: Samus Returns, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions, Pokémon Ultra Sun, Pokémon Ultra Moon, and Hey! PIKMIN.

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 05:23:41 +010015 Minutes of Dragon Quest XI on

Enjoy 15 minutes of Dragon Quest XI in the latest Nintendo Direct presentation. Today, over in Japan, Square Enix's latest instalment in its biggest selling RPG series, Dragon Quest, was full unveiled on Nintendo 3DS, showing off the expected 3D mode, as well as the gorgeous SNES-like mode that players can select, as well as an extra special NES styling.

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 04:15:50 +0100Nintendo ARMS its Way to No.1 in the

Nintendo's ARMS has claimed the No.1 spot in the UK in Chart-Track's Top 40 listings for the week, if you go off the Top 40 Individual Formats chart, ordered by overall value rather than units. On the units, front, Horizon: Zero Dawn pipped it to the post because of continued heavy discounts, but Nintendo made the most actual money over the past weekend.

Mon, 19 Jun 2017 04:25:49 +0100New Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Switch

Heading to Nintendo Switch in time for Winter 2017 is Monolith Soft's latest Xenoblade adventure, a direct sequel to the Wii release, simply going as Xenoblade Chronicles 2 for the time being. Whether or not a subtitle gets added further down the line is simply down to speculation right now, but whatever the case, one of the hottest RPG series around - following on from the massive success of the Wii original and New Nintendo 3DS port, plus the Wii U iteration of Xenoblade Chronicles X - is not too far off and an in-depth trailer has been revealed.

Wed, 14 Jun 2017 08:38:17 +0100Bandai Namco Unveils Mario Kart

Bandai Namco will open the largest VR entertainment facility in Japan, VR ZONE SHINJUKU, in Shinjuku Kabukicho Tokyo on Friday 14th July. Reservations will be available from Friday 16th June, 12:00PM (JST). Building upon the success of its predecessor VR ZONE Project i Can, VR ZONE SHINJUKU will house over 15 activities including the following new VR activities utilising in-house and licensed IPs, one of which stands out by a mile: Dragon Ball VR "Master the Kamehameha"Evangelion VR "The Throne of Souls"Ghost in the Shell Arise: Stealth HoundsMARIO KART ARCADE GP VR

Wed, 14 Jun 2017 05:40:10 +0100MercurySteam Behind Metroid: Samus

MercurySteam, the development studio behind Konami's Castlevania: Lords of Shadow series, including Mirror of Fate for 3DS, has confirmed it is the driving force behind Nintendo's reimagining of Metroid II: Return of Samus for Nintendo 3DS.

Wed, 14 Jun 2017 04:49:57 +0100Life Is Strange: Before the Storm

Following the announcement at E3 of Life is Strange: Before the Storm - the next game in the award-winning, episodic franchise - Square Enix has released the very first gameplay footage. Life is Strange: Before the Storm is set in Arcadia Bay, three years before the events of the first game, and introduces a rebellious 16-year-old Chloe Price who forms an unlikely friendship with the beautiful and popular Rachel Amber.

Wed, 14 Jun 2017 04:39:12 +0100Rocket League Heading to Nintendo

Developer and publisher, Psyonix, announced today that the sports-action hit, Rocket League, will arrive on Nintendo Switch this holiday season.

Wed, 14 Jun 2017 12:24:58 +0100Nintendo's New Super Mario Odyssey

Mark it in your diaries: Super Mario Odyssey is heading to Nintendo's Switch system on 27th October, and if the new E3 trailer is anything to go by, it's going to be a contender for best Switch game of 2017.

Wed, 14 Jun 2017 12:19:30 +0100Zelda Meets Skyrim in The Elder Scrolls

As if having The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim in portable format thanks to the Nintendo Switch wasn't quite enough, now Nintendo and Bethesda have confirmed some special treats for those looking to dive in either for the first time, or giving the game another whirl after several years away.

Tue, 13 Jun 2017 11:34:51 +0100Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga Returns on

Get ready to revisit a classic RPG in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions on Sky3DS Plus at r43ds.com.ru . Refer to the discussions with regard to R4 3DS,A leading Nintendo3DS investigating community.Yes, coming on 6th October this year, the classic GBA RPG that kicked off Alpha Dream's fantastic spin-off from Super Mario RPG and Paper Mario is back with a bang, but not just in a revamped format, but with a "Bowser's Minions" storyline added in for good measure, showing what goes on during the regular Mario & Luigi adventures from a different point of view.

Tue, 13 Jun 2017 11:23:37 +0100First Trailer for Metroid: Samus

Nintendo has confirmed a reimagining of Metroid II is coming to 3DS. Whilst many people will have been pinching themselves at the revelation of Metroid Prime 4 to see if they were actually awake or dreaming, another fantastic tidbit of information was shared after the main E3 presentation, in the form of a 2D outing, by the name of Metroid: Samus Returns.

Tue, 13 Jun 2017 11:16:28 +0100Nintendo Unveils Plethora of Switch

Nintendo outlined major upcoming waypoints on the continuing journey that started with the launch of the Nintendo Switch console in March. This summer, Nintendo renews its commitment to fun multiplayer gaming anytime, anywhere, with anyone, with fun games like Splatoon 2, ARMS and Pokkén Tournament DX, the first Pokémon title for Nintendo Switch. Tournaments featuring all three games will take place this week during the E3 video game trade show, which runs through 15th June in Los Angeles.

Tue, 13 Jun 2017 10:57:07 +0100FIFA 18 Switch Details Emerge

It's been known for many months now that there will be a version of FIFA 18 on the Nintendo Switch. However, yesterday during the EA Play press conference, EA Sports finally revealed some further details about this version and how it will differ to the PS4, XB1 and PC release.

Sun, 11 Jun 2017 01:13:58 +0100No Audio Chat for Switch

The massively popular indie title Minecraft arrived late on Nintendo systems, being released towards the end of the Wii U's lifecycle back in December 2015. That version of the game was more in line with the previous generation of consoles in terms of features, chiefly in the world size department, but it still offered everything that the other console versions offered, plus the ability to be played off-TV on the Wii U GamePad itself.

Thu, 11 May 2017 01:08:50 +0100Nintendo's New Fire Emblem Gets

The long-running and growing strategy RPG series, Fire Emblem, will soon see a brand new adventure in the form of Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, which launches on Nintendo 3DS family systems on 19th May. This reimagining of the Japan-exclusive Fire Emblem Gaiden will provide European players with the story of long-lost childhood friends Alm and Celica, and their separate quests to bring peace to the land of Valentia. Cubed3 recently went hands-on with the game ahead of release - read the extent preview here.

Wed, 03 May 2017 05:52:36 +0100Nintendo Unveils Full Zelda DLC

Hailed by both critics and audiences as one of the most ambitious videogames Nintendo has ever produced, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has earned universal acclaim. The massive open-air adventure will soon receive even more engaging content with the Expansion Pass - comprised of two planned DLC packs for both the Nintendo Switch and Wii U versions. The first pack, called The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - The Master Trials, launches this summer, and the second launches Winter 2017, with the two packs only available as a bundle for a price of £17.99/19.99. The first pack of downloadable content will add Trial of the Sword and a challenging new Hard Mode to the game, as well as other fun and useful features. Don't forget to read Cubed3's reviews of the Nintendo Switch and Wii U versions of the new Zelda. Additionally, a free software update is available today that will let players experience the game in one of nine audio languages whilst keeping the on-screen text language set to the native language of choice (options include: Japanese, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Russian. To enable this feature in the Wii U version, it is necessary to download a voice pack from Nintendo eShop). Here is a breakdown of everything The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - The Master Trials has to offer: Trial of the Sword: By accessing this location, you can challenge the new Trial of the Sword (previously known as "Cave of Trials") where enemies appear one after another. Link starts without any armour or weapons, and if he can defeat all of the enemies in the room, he can proceed to the next area. Trial of the Sword will include around 45 rooms in total for players to complete. When Link clears all of the trials, the power of the Master Sword will be awakened, and it will always be in its glowing powered-up state while useable. Hard Mode: Fans looking for a new challenge are in for a treat with the new Hard Mode. In Hard Mode, the "ranks" of enemies in the game are increased (i.e. Red Bokoblins change to Blue), and you may even encounter higher-ranking enemies you won't find through normal play. Enemies will also slowly recover health in battle, forcing you to defeat them more quickly, and will more easily spot Link as he approaches them, making them tougher to sneak up on. In addition, floating planks held aloft by balloons will be scattered around Hyrule. By successfully reaching these planks, players can battle enemies and collect treasure. Hero's Path Mode: Exploring Hyrule is exciting, but with such a large world it's sometimes hard for players to remember where they have been. To help with tracking progress, the new Hero's Path Mode will document every step players take and mark their path in green on the map. The route taken will be tracked for the player's last 200 hours of play time, with an included slider to track footsteps on a timeline. This even works retroactively, so players that have already put many hours into the game will be able to see where they have travelled. This feature will help identify locations in this vast world that haven't been visited yet, and may help players find those Shrines they haven't encountered yet. Korok Mask: By finding the new Korok Mask, players will have a much easier time finding Korok locations in the game. When equipped, the mask will shake, indicating that a Korok is hidden somewhere nearby. Travel Medallion: There will be a new treasure chest somewhere in the game world, which contains the Travel Medallion. With the Travel Medallion, players can create a temporary new travel point on the map where they are currently standing. Link can then transport himself to that point at any time. Only one Travel Medallion travel point can be registered on the map at a time. New Equipment: Eight new pieces of equipment, inspired by previous characters and games in the series, will be added to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild after downloading the first DLC pack. Once discovered by the player, they will yield equipment themed after fan-favourite games and characters, such as Midna, Tingle, Phantom, and Majora's Mask. More information about the second DLC pack will be revealed in the future. All DLC is available for both the Nintendo Switch and Wii U versions of the game. .

Tue, 02 May 2017 11:07:32 +0100

Feb.242018

A Switch Dock with a Built-In Ethernet Port is On the Way

The Switch has a lot of great features, but its not a perfect system. One of its downsides would have to be the lack of an Ethernet port on the dock. For some reason, Nintendohas just nevernatively added the functionality to any of its home systems. In the Switchs case, this is sort of understandable. To read more on the subject of the most advanced jailbreak technologies with respect to Nintendo Console, visit this site.since its a hybrid but it would be nice if it was there anyway.

In order to connect your Switch via a wired (Ethernet) connection, then youll need to by a LAN Adapter which can be connected to the USB ports on the dock. While there are quite a few out there, the officiallylicensed adapter costs nearly $30. Make reference to the speaks in relation to R4isdhc RTS Lite ,A primary Nintendo3DS scientific studies groups.Thats where this new Switch Dock from Japanese accessory-maker Cyber Gadget comes in.



Called the Cyber LAN, this is a new third-party Switch dock and its main feature is that it has a built-in Ethernet port. This eliminates the need to buy an adapter. Despite that, it still includes the same 2 USB 2.0 ports and single USB 3.0 port thats on the official dock. On top of that, the Cyber LAN dock is also very small and has an open design, so you dont have to worry about scratching your Switchs screen and its also pretty easy to take this dock around.

The Cyber LAN goes on sale in Japan on February 23. Hopefully, its brought over stateside so that those of us here in the West could obtain it more easily. Still, importing is an option. If anything, Nintendo should release a new dock with this functionality right out-of-the-box!

If youre unaware of the benefits of using a wired connection rather than Wi-Fi, it simply has to do with latency. A wired connection offers the most consistent and reliableonline experience, which is a necessity for smooth gameplay when playing in any online multiplayer match. I dont own a proper LAN adapter for the Switch, so Ive been playing online wirelessly, and things arent always very smooth. On the other hand, my gaming laptop has a built-in Ethernet port, and the result is noticeably better than what Im getting on my Switch. Of course, the overall quality still depends on the actual speed of your Internet, but a wired connection will always offer a better result.

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Feb.242018

A Switch Dock with a Built-In Ethernet Port is On the Way

The Switch has a lot of great features, but its not a perfect system. One of its downsides would have to be the lack of an Ethernet port on the dock. For some reason, Nintendohas just nevernatively added the functionality to any of its home systems. In the Switchs case, this is sort of understandable since its a hybrid but it would be nice if it was there anyway.

In order to connect your Switch via a wired (Ethernet) connection, then youll need to by a LAN Adapter which can be connected to the USB ports on the dock. While there are quite a few out there, the officiallylicensed adapter costs nearly $30. As stated with the major designer group for the www.r43ds-pt.eu .Thats where this new Switch Dock from Japanese accessory-maker Cyber Gadget comes in.



Called the Cyber LAN, this is a new third-party Switch dock and its main feature is that it has a built-in Ethernet port. This eliminates the need to buy an adapter. Despite that, it still includes the same 2 USB 2.0 ports and single USB 3.0 port thats on the official dock. On top of that, the Cyber LAN dock is also very small and has an open design, so you dont have to worry about scratching your Switchs screen and its also pretty easy to take this dock around.

The Cyber LAN goes on sale in Japan on February 23. Hopefully, its brought over stateside so that those of us here in the West could obtain it more easily. Still, importing is an option. If anything, Nintendo. If you still are in need of more facts on the subject of the most advanced cracking tech regarding Nintendo Console, click here.should release a new dock with this functionality right out-of-the-box!

If youre unaware of the benefits of using a wired connection rather than Wi-Fi, it simply has to do with latency. A wired connection offers the most consistent and reliableonline experience, which is a necessity for smooth gameplay when playing in any online multiplayer match. I dont own a proper LAN adapter for the Switch, so Ive been playing online wirelessly, and things arent always very smooth. On the other hand, my gaming laptop has a built-in Ethernet port, and the result is noticeably better than what Im getting on my Switch. Of course, the overall quality still depends on the actual speed of your Internet, but a wired connection will always offer a better result.

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Feb.242018

The Nintendo Switch News Channel Took Almost A Year To Create

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A feature that many users will take for granted, and one that we expect is completely overlooked by some, the Nintendo Switch News section is a handy little tool for gamers who like to keep up to date with their favourite games. Not unlike Nintendo Life (a pretty stellar news. To get additional information about the most up to date cracking products relating to Nintendo Console; visit this site.provider, or so we've heard), this icon on the Switch's homepage takes you to a selection of stories and updates about your favourite games, and even provides the occasional in-game bonus.

We often talk about the development of games themselves, but the relatively low-key features built in to a console at launch can often go under the radar. Changing this, the official Japanese Nintendo website has uploaded a post sharing some details on how the news service was created.

Interestingly, the author of the articleYuusuke Inoue (who works in Science and Engineering at Nintendo),states that the development process took almost a whole year to complete, with a team of 4-5 staff members on board. Extra information dealing with r4i dual core for Nintendo 3DS .The process faced many challenges along the way including the differences in feedback from Japanese and Western audiences; the development team would keep suggesting new ideas until they found something that could satisfy everyone.

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Do you use the news channel functionality on your Switch? Are you happy that it was included as a feature on the console? We'd love to read your thoughts in the comments below.

Feb.242018

The Nintendo Switch News App Took a Year to Make

The Switch doesnt have a lot of built-in features in its current state, but one feature that is there and definitely hard to miss is Switch News. This app is the first icon on the Home screen and new content is constantly being shown via the Sleep menu when the system is woken up. The News contains info on discounts/sales, charts, trailers, upcoming games and other announcements. Its basically just like scrolling through a game news website like Nintendo Enthusiast, but far more curated and the articles are written by Nintendo staff. As stated by the major developer group with regard to r43ds.co .In case. To get extra facts and strategies concerning the latest jailbreak news relating to Nintendo Console, go here .you were wondering how this came about, Nintendo of Japan employee Yuusuke Inoue shared his story of the apps development and its been published on the NoJ website.

According to Inoue, the Switch News app took a year to design. The development team only consisted of 4-5 people. While this app is seemingly very simple, it turns out that Inoue and his team had a lot of trouble getting it together. This has to do with hard-to-achieve requests that were made from executives at Nintendo of Japan and overseas branches (probably Nintendo of America and Europe, although they werent specifically mentioned). Inoue explained that these discussions with his higher-ups mostly consisted of a lot of back-and-forth since the different execs from the different branches would sometimes offer feedback that went against what the other would be saying.

Despite all the turmoil, Inoue and his team obviously managed to get the feature in working condition just in time to go live alongside the Switchs release last year.

Do you make use of the Switch News app?

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