Capture Pokémon and Save Princesses In The 3DS eShop This Week

It’s all about the 3DS this week in Nintendo’s download offerings as Pokémon Dream Radar is to be made available to coincide with the release of Pokémon Black and White Version 2 on Friday.

Pokémon Dream Radar is a game that allows you to capture Pokémon in a way never done before. Using the augmented reality capabilities of the 3DS the game has you survey your own environment seeking out clouds that may appear. Behind these clouds you may find useful items OR you may find a Pokémon! Once you’ve captured a Pokémon by snaring them in a beam of light you can then transfer them to your Pokémon Black or White Version 2 cartridge and see them in all their glory! You can even capture and transfer the rare legendaries Tornadus, Thundurus and Landorus!

It’s not just Pokémon this week though, believe it or not, there’s also a new game  published by Nintendo this week called Hana Samurai: Art Of The Sword. The game was showcased during last week’s Nintendo Direct and looks to be a decent addition to the catalogue. You must battle your way through countless enemies by blocking, parrying and slashing as you attempt to save Princess Cherry Blossom who has been kidnapped! Essentially you’re a samurai Mario…

Lastly there is also some DSiWare in the form of Teyon’s puzzle game Robot Rescue 2. It looks to be a tricky little game that has you moving several robots simultaneously while trying to avoid the deadly traps that are scattered about the place! There are 60 levels so this one could be worth a look if you like you pick up and play puzzlers.

Bit of a change this week as not all of these games will be available on Thursday 11th September, Pokémon Dream Radar will instead be released on Friday to obviously coincide with Pokémon Black and White Version 2. There’s also no price for either Pokémon Dream Radar or Hana Samurai: Art Of The Sword but we know the American price for Pokémon Dream Radar is $2.99 so it should be reasonably priced here. Robot Rescue 2 will cost you 200 points (£1.80) which isn’t too shabby at all!

Will you be downloading any of these games? Check out the new video below and let us know what you think to them!

Thanks as well to Orla for covering me last week as I was on holidays. I hope you all didn’t miss me too much!

[Source: Official Nintendo Magazine]

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