SEGA has announced Super Monkey Ball will be released on June 14 in Japan, where it’s titled Super Monkey Ball Tokumori Asobita. The retail version will run folks ¥5,040 while the digital version will cost ¥4,500. The title is the basic gameplay you’re used only with motion and rear touch controls, as well as wireless two-player co-op. You can also use Vita’s camera to create original stages in stage edit mode. Thanks, Andriasang.
Nintendo fans in Europe will be able to purchase a rather neat-looking New 3DS XL later this year.
Raiders of the Broken Planet, the next game from Castlevania: Lords of Shadow and the upcoming Metroid: Samus Returns, releases in September.
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Nintendo US eShop update, April 3: Arkham Origins Blackgate - Deluxe Edition, Rusty's Real Deal Baseball
Nintendo has updated the North American end of its eShop with Rusty’s Real Deal Baseball, Super Monkey Ball and Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate – Deluxe Edition. Full update is below.
SEGA has announced Super Monkey Ball Banana Splitz will be available for Vita starting October 23. The game contains over 100 stages of puzzle mayhem and eight mini-games such as fab favorites Monkey Target and Monkey Bingo. The game takes advantage of Vita tech with tilt control functionality and the camera can be used to […]