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Out for the Nintendo 3DS is Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon

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This week in the world of Nintendo 3DS is Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon out this Wednesday, after Pokémon Go people have fallen in love with Pokémon again or playing for the first time.

Pokemon Sun

Pokemon Moon (Nintendo) Nintendo 3DS (Card/Download) Nintendo eShop from 23/11/2016 €44.99 / £39.99 / CHF 57.90
Pokemon Sun (Nintendo)
Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon take place in the Alola region, which centres around four tropical islands and one artificial island. Many Pokémon that have never been seen before inhabit the lush islands of the Alola region. The story begins right after the main character moves to the Alola region. After choosing to play as a hero or heroine, players can customise their character’s name and appearance. No sooner have they arrived than their adventures begin to unfold, and they meet many fascinating people as they travel through the region.
Animal Crossing: New Leaf Welcome amiibo (Nintendo) Nintendo 3DS (Card/Download) Nintendo eShop from 25/11/2016 €39.99 / £34.99 / CHF 51.90
Have you ever wanted a new home, a new job, a new life? There’s one waiting for you in Animal Crossing: New Leaf! Move to a new town and become mayor, then live life at your own pace; make new friends, have all kinds of experiences and create the town of your dreams!.

If you already own “Animal Crossing: New Leaf”, you can update your game to “Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome amiibo” with the free update downloadable via eShop.

Picross 3D: Round 2 Demo

(Nintendo)

Nintendo 3DS (Demo) Nintendo eShop from 24/11/2016 Free  

 

Solve 3D puzzles to find hidden objects in Picross 3D: Round 2! In this game, use the numbers on the blocks to work out which ones to paint and solve the puzzles. There are over 300 puzzles to beat. Can you uncover the object in each one? This time, blocks can be painted with two colours, so there are even more elaborate objects to discover. If you tap compatible amiibo (sold separately), you can even play puzzles based on Nintendo characters.
Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise (Nintendo) Wii (Disc) Nintendo eShop from 24/11/2016 €19.99 / £17.99 / CHF 28.00
Be careful not to miss a beat! Losing the rhythm in Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise means you lose the game – but don’t worry, the controls are really easy to pick up! Just press the A Button or the A Button and B Button together! Half the fun is learning how to master each situation, and while the action is just as challenging as fans of the series would expect, beginners won’t be stuck for long thanks to the new feature that allows you to check the correct performance of the song to help you to master the required rhythm.
Exile’s End (XSEED Games) Wii U (Download) Nintendo eShop from 24/11/2016 €9.99 / £8.99 / CHF 14.00
EXILE’S END is a platformer with exploration elements set on a dangerous alien world. The game was developed by one-man indie studio Magnetic Realms with art, cutscenes, and music provided by legends of the 8 and 16-bit eras from Japan. It draws its thematic influence from the science-fiction films and anime of the ‘80s and its gameplay from classic action-adventure titles.
Octocopter: Super Sub Squid Escape (TACS Games) Wii U (Download) Nintendo eShop from 24/11/2016 €2.99 / £2.69 / CHF 4.20
Oh no! Part way through their epic battle the Octopus and Submarine have lost their way and sunk to the bottom of the ocean. Can you help them to work together to escape these deadly depths? To complete each level you must navigate the maze without crashing. You won’t stop spinning so timing is everything!
Ohayou! Beginner’s Japanese (Finger Gun Games) Wii U (Download) Nintendo eShop from 24/11/2016 €4.99 / £4.49 / CHF 7.00
Have you always been interested in learning Japanese? Asuka and Kenji are here to help guide you along the path to learning how to read Japanese Hiragana and Katakana. Use digital flash cards to learn how to both write and how to pronounce each character. And when you think you’ve gotten a grasp of the language, you can participate in a memory game of over 60 lessons requiring you to use your finger to “cut” across the matching hiragana or katakana. If you get pass these lessons, you will surely learn the basics of the Japanese language!
3Souls Demo (Red Column) Wii U (Demo) Nintendo eShop from 24/11/2016 Free
Discover the world of Mustland with Nelesa in the sad cells of Moon Prison with this first episode of 3Souls. In this 2D puzzle-platformer, players must utilise the unique features of the Wii U GamePad to solve puzzles and the touch screen to glimpse into the thoughts and feelings residing within Nelesa’s soul.         
Chris Hare
A True Tech Geek at Heart, I Started my life of being a Tech Geek at the age of 5 with the BBC Micro. Went on through most of Nintendo stuff and now a Xbox and PlayStation fan. I also leaked the information about the leaked Hotmail passwords story from October 2009 that went World Wide. I Started writing tech articles at the beginning of 2011, most of my articles are about Android phones and Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and other gaming news. When Chris has free time its with the family.

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