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How To: Easily FAT32 format SD and microSD cards

You have a 3DS or 3DS XL, and you’re running into a problem. You’ve got a 32GB SD card in there, or perhaps even a 32GB microSD card in its adapter, but are coming close to running out of space. However, FAT32 formatting a 64GB or higher card is a chore on a Windows PC. more »

Toys R Us Amiibo sale has 4 for $44 (update)

Ready for an Amiibo sale? Good, because Toys R Us has one. Which is especially convenient, as some of the Wave 3 Amiibos are trickling out to stores this week. So people who stop in might have a chance of finding not one, not two, not three, but four of the newest NFC figures from more »

Animal Crossing: New Leaf getting Japanese DLC

Get out your copy of Animal Crossing: New Leaf. You have a chance to get some DLC that never appeared here! We’re getting something special, because Nintendo is going to release the Japanese bonus items in North America! Beginning February 1, 2015, the bonus items will be given away once a week, for two weeks, more »

Looking For Closure: The Best Buy Majora’s Mask New 3DS XL Cancellation Files

You can imagine my pain when, last night at 7:36pm, I received an e-mail from Best Buy informing me that my pre-order of a limited edition, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask New 3DS XL had been cancelled. “The popularity of Nintendo 3DS XL Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask Limited Edition Gold/Black exceeded the quantities more »

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Bowser, Toon Link, and Sheik Amiibos showing up at Toys R Us

Have you been checking the Twitters and Reddits? Wave 3 Amiibos are already trickling out to stores! To be more specific, the Bowser, Toon Link, and Sheik Amiibos are already appearing at Toys R Us. Which means it’s time to go over the rarity. You know, that’s what people really care about when it comes more »

Nintendo eShop Update for January 22, 2015

It’s Thursday, which means it’s one of those days. An update kind of affair. There are six games available right now, with 3 on the and 5 on the . Did that not make sense? Let me elaborate – some of the games are multiplatform. It’s also a rather big sale week on the eShop. more »

Emboar, Samurott, and Serperior Pokemon distribution events inbound

Remember a few weeks back, I said Japan was getting a Contrary Serperior Pokemon distribution event? A code was doled out, “POKEMON497,” and entering it into your game gave you the grass-type. Well, from now until November 30, 2015, you can input that same code into your version of and get that pokemon. Of course, more »

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3DS and Wii U getting physical copies of Terraria

Publisher 505 Games will soon add Nintendo Wii U and 3DS to Terraria‘s growing platform roster, according to new product pages from game rental service GameFly. The news comes from a hawk-eyed NeoGAF user who recently spotted GameFly’s placeholders. Although threadbare, the Wii U and 3DS pages are certainly no accident. Both bear a release date of October 31, more »

The World Ends with You returns in Theatrhythm

One of Square Enix’s best, original IPs is undoubtedly The World Ends With You. Ask anyone with a DS or mobile device and they’ll wax nostalgic about the action RPG, reminiscing about the unique premise, unexpected setting, and of course, the fantastic soundtrack. Now, we’ll get to hear some of those amazing songs again, because more »

Club Nintendo Picross would be a lovely, last minute surprise

Club Nintendo is coming to an end. It’s sad, of course. But, there’s a way Nintendo could help ease the passing. That would be by quickly localizing and releasing Club Nintendo Picross, one of the best rewards in the Club Nintendo Japan catalog. I recently had the honor of playing Club Nintendo Picross thanks to more »

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Citizens of Earth doesn’t waste a player’s time

As you probably, hopefully, read a few hours ago, the Technology Tell Gaming Channel’s Citizens of Earth review went over all the reasons why Austin loved the game. It was pretty comprehensive, but it didn’t touch on one of the reasons why I loved the game. For me, Citizens of Earth was a delightful romp more »

For Nintendo in 2015, loyalty is everything

Nintendo has announced that its loyalty program, Club Nintendo, will be shutting down in the coming months. The company must be planning some sort of more robust successor, as it alluded to in its statement, because in 2015, Nintendo needs its loyal fans more than ever. To many, the American version of Club Nintendo never more »