Nintendo has announced it plans to release an app in Japan for 3DS which will allow users capture screenshots from select game titles. Users can then share the screencaps through Tumblr and Twitter. The app will be available for Tomodachi Collection and Animal Crossing: New Leaf to start with, and likely other titles will be implemented should it take off. There’s no word just yet whether the app will head west or not. Thanks, GoNintendo.
Expect to hear more about Xbox One X at gamescom 2017 next week, along with pre-order details.
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Animal Crossing: New Leaf
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Screenshots App 3DS
Nintendo, stop making me love you.
Nintendo has yet to confirm a western release for Tomodachi Collection, but a French trailer has surfaced today to suggest that the RPG sim might be making its way to the west very soon.