A new patent has been discovered revealing an unannounced feature for Kid Icarus: Uprising….
– patent credits Masahiro Sakurai – patent details a feature for an unspecified shooting game – patent involves transmission between two systems – includes a process for fusing pairs of in-game weapons together – each piece of data in the exchange represents a weapon – when two systems meet, this weapon data can be fused into a new weapon – fusion costs coins – weapons set to transmit cannot be equipped by your character – a gun and stick can fuse to create “a weapon capable of firing and using magic.” – weapon stats are determined randomly from a pre-specified range – these include attack power, elemental ability, stamina, shooting range – fusion is not limited to StreetPassed weapons – fusion can include two weapons found in treasure chests in single-player play
After a successful launch of over one million downloads, Kuro Games’ sci-fi action RPG Punishing: Gray Raven will be keeping interest stoked with frequent content updates…the first of these, Frozen Darkness, is live now. In Punishing: Gray Raven the Earth has been taken over by machines, guided by an all-corrupting
Though Nintendo is usually stingy about who gets to play with their IP, holding tight controls over what Mario does and says outside of a game, the one area they’ve always been lax about is the manga industry. In the right-to-left paper universe, Nintendo characters are allowed to have non-canon
We figure that from this point forward, the reactions to Nintendo’s Switch Online game announcements will be less like “woohoo, that classic game is finally here!” and more like “uhhhh….what the heck is that?” Case in point: the three that were revealed today. Nothing is being added to the NES
For months now — even years — people have been swapping rumors about an upgraded Switch model, often referred to mythically as the Switch Pro. The device would boast an OLED screen, 4K resolution support, a beefier processor and more upgrades to keep the Switch competitive with next-gen competition. The