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May 01, 2014, 16:15:54
 
May 1, 2014 – Mega Man's portable adventures hit the 3DS Virtual Console and two big Nintendo titles get a release this week! Be sure to check out your favorite digital storefront at noon eastern to see all of this week's updates.

Wii U

eShop Games

  • Abyss – EnjoyUp Games
  • Stick it to the Man – Ripstone

    Virtual Console

  • Mach Rider (NES) – Nintendo, $4.99

    Price Reductions

  • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist – now $29.99

    3DS

    Retail Games

  • Kirby Triple Deluxe – Nintendo (available May 2)
  • Mario Golf: World Tour – Nintendo (available May 2)

    eShop Games

  • Azada – Tulip Games
  • Picross e4 – Jupiter
  • Tiny Games – Knights & Dragons – Reactor

    Virtual Console

  • Mega Man Xtreme – Capcom

    Sales

  • Shin Megami Tensei IV – May 5-May 12
  • Tappingo – 30% off through May 15

    Price Reductions

  • Bird Mania Christmas 3D – now $0.99

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    Posted: 05/01/14, 16:15:54  - Edited by 
     on: 05/01/14, 16:52:55    
     
    Why not sign up for a (free) account and create your own content?
     
    Xtreme!!!!

    EDIT: Wait, Picross e4 is by Level-5? I thought Jupiter did those?


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 16:19:25  - Edited by 
     on: 05/01/14, 16:21:14
    Abyss is $1.99 and looks like something I could get into.



    The voice is annoying, and it's based on a DSiware title so I guess I can't expect too much, but still, it's the kind of stuff I find appealing.


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 16:34:30
    Is Mega Man Xtreme like the other MM GB games in that it gives semi-new levels and boss arrangements? Or is it more of a port?


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 16:37:21
    @GameDadGrant

    You're right. I didn't have the official PR, and I thought Level-5 published those for some odd reason. Fixed the OP.


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 16:53:53
    @TriforceBun

    It's more like the Gameboy Mega Man games. Capcom probably realized they couldn't do a proper 8-bit port of this game, so they Gameboy-ized it.

    @ludist210

    Oh okay, cool. It was no big deal, I was just confused for a second.


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 17:23:03
    @GameDadGrant

    That sounds pretty good, but I'm still wondering how the heck you dash in the game. The way I like playing MMX is setting dash to one of the shoulder buttons, and I'm pretty much doing it constantly throughout the entire game. I can't imagine a setup with two buttons that'd make it comfortable to dash jump off walls and such...


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 18:37:33
    @TriforceBun

    Double-tap forward to dash.

    But as I said in the other thread, the level design is tweaked so you don't have to dash all that often. I'm like you, where I'm pretty much always dashing in the X games (and the Mega Man Zero games), but I don't recall feeling like I missed the shoulder-button dash from the SNES classic.

    Guess we'll see if that feeling still holds up.

    EDIT: You don't have to dash off of a wall in this game, IIRC.


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 18:47:08  - Edited by 
     on: 05/01/14, 18:48:16
    I have never played a Mega Man game before.


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 20:39:52
    Is Xtreme worth playing if I've already played X to death? Seriously, I think I've completed it more than ten times.


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 20:46:49
    @WrathOfSamus777



    @ludist210

    I'm not sure to recommend it to you. On one hand, you're obviously a super-fan of the SNES game, so you apparently really like the material. But on the other, this isn't quite the same thing so you might be put off by the differences.


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 21:06:50
    @TriforceBun

    By the way, you can also set 'DASH' to the START button. If you like.


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 21:13:27
    @GameDadGrant
    Isn't Xtreme 2 a bit different? I know it shares Mavericks but it also has Zero (playable separately for the first time?). Any other notable differences aside from level design?


    Posted by 
     on: 05/01/14, 21:57:33
    @GameDadGrant Can't you re-map buttons on the 3DS VC like you can on Wii U? It's been a while since I played the 3DS VC, but I feel like you could...


    Posted by 
     on: 05/02/14, 00:48:32  - Edited by 
     on: 05/02/14, 00:48:48
    Why in the world does Nintendo go through periods of no retail games and then release two on the same day? On the same system, even!

    Regardless, both look hawt.


    Posted by 
     on: 05/02/14, 03:29:38  - Edited by 
     on: 05/02/14, 03:30:00
    @CPA Wei

    Unfortunately, it's been too long since I last played Xtreme 2, so I don't remember it all that well. And somehow, I lost my original cartridge, which I thought I had in my basement, but can't locate.

    @nate38

    No, you can't re-map buttons on the 3DS Virtual Console.


    Posted by 
     on: 05/02/14, 03:31:56
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