Nintendo Scene: A Week in Review

What a week for Nintendo Scene, eh?

Orla started us off by detailing Square Enix’s competition which gave you a chance to win a limited edition 3DS. Entries close on July 31st so you’ve still got a chance!

Earlier this week, Katy reported that Capcom had hinted at a potential Monster Hunter game for your 3DS and talk of potential games didn’t stop there! Katy also informed us all about the upcoming Assassin’s Creed game for Wii U, which I personally can’t wait for. Orla then finished off our week of future game discussion with an article about Aonuma’s comments on the potential for a Majora’s Mask remake for 3DS… let’s hope so!

After the cancellation of Assassin’s Creed: Lost Legacy, the 3DS was dealt another third party blow as Mega Man Legends 3 was also officially cancelled which was very depressing for those who were eagerly anticipating Capcom’s fan influenced title. But don’t fear, 3DS owners! As this week we were reminded of the wealth of titles on it’s way to our handhelds such as: Pokemon Rumble Blast, Star Fox 64 3D, Theatrhythm, Super Mario and Mario Kart.

There was also plenty of Zelda news to keep you salivating with a new Skyward Sword Trailer, a Zelda Ocarina Competition at Hyper Japan and new details regarding the 25th Anniversary concert.

And remember when we found out Gamecube discs wouldn’t be compatible with the Wii U? Well Nintendo appear to have let slip that those Gamecube classics will be downloadable on the upcoming console! Good news!

Well done to the team for such a great week of articles!

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