Mario and Luigi: Dream Team, the latest RPG in the Mario series, will launch for the 3DS on August 11, Nintendo announced recently. The title is to be taken literally, as the game centers around a mysterious island where dreams are made manifest. Nonetheless, Mario is still tasked with rescuing Princess Peach, this time from a dream world created by Luigi; the duo must travel back and forth from reality to do so.
As long as we’re talking portable releases, Nintendo released a chunk of 3DS news, among which was the existence of a new Mario and Luigi RPG. Formally titled Mario and Luigi: Dream Team, the game reportedly takes place in Luigi’s dreams, and will launch sometime this summer.
Hidden behind the line of eager players waiting their turn to play Zelda was a playable demo of Mario and Luigi 3: Bowser’s Inside Story. Like the Zelda demo, it had several smaller segments, but I only opted for the Bowser one. Continue reading ‘Mario and Luigi 3: Bowser’s Inside Story Impression’ »
Hey everybody! No fancy stuff today, too busy running fetch quests for XP with catgirls to comment about awesome things like STALKER Complete 2009. But, I digress. In today’s update: Arc Rise Fantasia, Class of Heroes, Final Fantasy Legend II DS, Infinite Space, Mario and Luigi RPG 3, and A Witch’s Tale. Check it out! Continue reading ‘Mass Media 05/14/09’ »
In today’s update: Mario and Luigi 3, Devil Survivor, Phantasy Star Portable, Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Sora No Tankentai, Phantasy Star Zero, and Dragon Quest IX. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork 01/16/09’ »
In today’s update: Mimana Iyar Chronicle, Valkyria Chronicle, Sacred Blaze, Mario and Luigi 3, Blue Dragon: Behemonth of the Otherworld, Star Ocean: The Last Hope, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time, Final Fantasy XIII, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Little King’s Story, Star Ocean Second Evolution, and Fable 2: Knothole Island. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork, Boxart 01/15/09’ »
Mario and Luigi 3 will be hitting stores shelves in Japan on February 11. No word yet about a North American release.
Nintendo held a press conference today and announced some pretty big news. For starters, the newest iteration of the DS has been revealed. It’s slightly thinner and features a camera, a 17% bigger screen, and an SD card slot. These improvements do not come without a cost; it will not have a GBA slot. Japan gets it Nov 1 of this year, and we here in the Americas will be waiting until sometime “late next year.” Continue reading ‘Big Day for DS Today: New Hardware Revision, Two RPGs’ »