Capcom is re-releasing a (slightly) tweaked version of Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D in Japan on the 13th of December (and 27th of December for the eShop). This version will allow players to create new save files, a feature that wasn’t in the original version.
Star Fox 64 3D will be in stores on the 9th of September in both the US and Europe. While waiting for the game, you can check out our seven minutes preview of the Japanese version.
We’re now doing something new, I’ve been experimenting on capturing 3DS in-game footage in the best quality. Why are we doing this? It is because we want to share with you our own previews, reviews and walkthrough of new 3DS games in the best quality, of course. So far, all the 3DS footage I’ve captured are only to be watched in 480p (full screen is not recommended), but I am still looking for other ways to get it better than all the current videos. I am really excited to do short walkthough videos (on how to play) for Super Mario 3D Land, and Kid Icarus: Uprising, and probably doing ten minutes of preview footage for each.
To see another example of a 3DS footage I’ve captured, you can check out the video after the break, and don’t forget to subscribe to the channel to see more 3DS previews.
Capcom has partnered with the folks at StreetPass Network to organise a event based around Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D. A ton of groups are participating so definitely check after the break to see if there is an event in your local area. If you’re eager to participate you can click here to pick up the game.
Resident Evil: The Mercenaries save files cannot be reset. Christian Svensson of Capcom has now said that we probably won’t “see something like that happen again.” And while some argue that the feature was included in the game to deter used game sales, Svensson assures that was never their intent. For those interested, it is possible to manually delete save files with this adapter.
Click here to find *Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D* on Amazon.
Want to pick up *Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D* early? If you live in Australia you should be able to head to EB Games and get it right now. There are no other retailers joining in on the fun like they did with *Ocarina of Time 3D*, but it’s still a most joyous turn of events if you’re keen to pick up the game.