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Dear #Nintendo,  start using autosave features in more #3DS games. I hate losing hours of work when something like this happens.

Dear #Nintendo, start using autosave features in more #3DS games. I hate losing hours of work when something like this happens.

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Flyer promocional de Zelda II. The Adventure of Link (Link no Bouken) para el Famicom Disk System. Nintendo, 1987.

La secuela de The Legend of Zelda que supuestamente iba a darle un nuevo giro al estilo del juego. Lo malo es que no fue muy del agrado de los fans, y ahora se convirtió una de las ovejas negras de la franquicia.

A mi parecer no creo que sea así, ya que este es un juego que trató de innovar, de darle un nuevo y fresco enfoque al protagonista, aunque debo admitir que realmente no lo necesitaba. Pero aún así, The Adventure of Link es un juego que permanece en los corazones de quienes lo saben apreciar. Si alguna vez lograste terminarlo, seguramente debe ser todo un orgullo para ti.

Este flyer, de la versión japonesa en formato diskette cumple con su objetivo en todo sentido, específicamente gracias al mágico trabajo de arte realizado por el veterano de Nintendo, Takashi Tezuka.

Otros posts de Zelda, Arte, Famicom, NES

Flyer for Zelda II. The Adventure of Link.

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Launch Copies Of The Last Story Are Limited Edition Bundles
So, The Last Story finally has an official release date in the West! August 14th of this year has officially been confirmed as the date of release, but XSEED didn’t just stop there.
All launch copies of the title come with a special limited edition art book at no extra cost, so when you get it early, you get bonus material for free!
On top of that, if you pre-order the title at Amazon, EB Games Canada, or GameStop, you also get a seven track bonus CD featuring music from the game for free, just for pre-ordering!
If you haven’t pre-ordered the game already, now would be a good time!

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Launch Copies Of The Last Story Are Limited Edition Bundles

So, The Last Story finally has an official release date in the West! August 14th of this year has officially been confirmed as the date of release, but XSEED didn’t just stop there.

All launch copies of the title come with a special limited edition art book at no extra cost, so when you get it early, you get bonus material for free!

On top of that, if you pre-order the title at Amazon, EB Games Canada, or GameStop, you also get a seven track bonus CD featuring music from the game for free, just for pre-ordering!

If you haven’t pre-ordered the game already, now would be a good time!

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Miyamoto’s Sly Dig At PS Vita
Shigeru Miyamoto doesn’t have a reputation for talking about competitors in the gaming industry, but when talking to Edge Magazine regarding the 3DS Virtual Tour guide at the Louvre, he couldn’t resist to leave a few comments on the PS Vita.

“It’s obviously a very hi-spec machine, and you can do lots of things with it, [b]ut I don’t really see the combination of software and hardware that really makes a very strong product.”

In other words, Miyamoto essentially thinks the machine needs more games. Mr. Nintendo didn’t end with just criticisms of the Vita, however, as he related the current Vita experience to that of the 3DS upon its first launch.

“When we launched the 3DS hardware we didn’t have Super Mario 3D Land, we didn’t have Mario Kart 7, we didn’t have Kid Icarus: Uprising,” he said. “We were striving to have all of these ready for the launch, but we weren’t able to deliver them at that time… We were kind of hoping that people would, nevertheless, buy into the product, find 3DS hardware promising, but looking back we have to say we realise the key software was missing when we launched the hardware.”

He compares the situation to that of the rather disastrous launch of the 3DS, which has since seen an explosion in sales due in part to the aforementioned titles. Though the impression is negative on his end right now, it is also implied that he hasn’t immediately written it off, though this doesn’t change the unusual comment coming from him.

This doesn’t really sound like a dig to me, but what he is saying makes sense. I am kind of surprised as well that Sony made the exact same mistake that Nintendo did and expected different results. 

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Miyamoto’s Sly Dig At PS Vita

Shigeru Miyamoto doesn’t have a reputation for talking about competitors in the gaming industry, but when talking to Edge Magazine regarding the 3DS Virtual Tour guide at the Louvre, he couldn’t resist to leave a few comments on the PS Vita.

“It’s obviously a very hi-spec machine, and you can do lots of things with it, [b]ut I don’t really see the combination of software and hardware that really makes a very strong product.”

In other words, Miyamoto essentially thinks the machine needs more games. Mr. Nintendo didn’t end with just criticisms of the Vita, however, as he related the current Vita experience to that of the 3DS upon its first launch.

“When we launched the 3DS hardware we didn’t have Super Mario 3D Land, we didn’t have Mario Kart 7, we didn’t have Kid Icarus: Uprising,” he said. “We were striving to have all of these ready for the launch, but we weren’t able to deliver them at that time… We were kind of hoping that people would, nevertheless, buy into the product, find 3DS hardware promising, but looking back we have to say we realise the key software was missing when we launched the hardware.”

He compares the situation to that of the rather disastrous launch of the 3DS, which has since seen an explosion in sales due in part to the aforementioned titles. Though the impression is negative on his end right now, it is also implied that he hasn’t immediately written it off, though this doesn’t change the unusual comment coming from him.

This doesn’t really sound like a dig to me, but what he is saying makes sense. I am kind of surprised as well that Sony made the exact same mistake that Nintendo did and expected different results. 

(via sheikahstone)

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