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Posted: 03/02/2015 by RawmeatCowboyAnnouncements

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Jet Dog coming to Nintendo 3DS

Jet Dog is an up and coming indie game for the Nintendo 3DS. It will be available for download on the European eShop for 20 euros. There will also be a cartridge version available in the future.


GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - amiibo regret



Big week for GN. Two new staffers coming on-board to strut their stuff. Can't wait to see how they work out. You'll see content from one of the new guys today! I wish them well and I hope you approve! See you in a few, short hours.


The other week, I had some friends over to the warehouse to watch a WWE pay-per-view. A group of all sorts of people, including gamers and some other people that work for gaming outlets. One of those friends just so happens to be a big fan of amiibo. I don't know that he really uses them in any games, but he sure does love collecting them. He's been on the amiibo hunt since day one and has been loving the thrill of that hunt!

He actually was surprised that I wasn't snatching up amiibo left and right. He knows I'm a huge Nintendo fan and have been since my single-digit days. That love is greater now than ever before, yet I'm not collecting amiibo. He wanted to know why, and just him asking made me reconsider my stance. I thought about it, and I started to think that I missed the boat on amiibo. It certainly seems like something I'd like to own, but I haven't jumped in!

When I really sit and think about it, there are two big reasons why I'm not collecting amiibo. First up is expendable income. I don't mind spending money on upcoming games and all that, since I know when they'll come out and what they're going to cost. With amiibo, it's almost like buying into an endless amount. I don't know how many there will be, where I have to go to get them and how much I'll end up spending in the long run. So yes, one reason is a boring adult reason.

The other reason is actually boring adult related as well. I just don't have the time to dedicate to proper amiibo collecting. We only have one car in this household and I'm always tied to the computer. I'd grab the car when I could to purchase amiibo, but sometimes that's not going to cut it. Online orders aren't always going to work and you have to hit the pavement when you can! I just don't have the ability or time to do that, so I bowed out of amiibo collection.

As you can tell, even with my valid reasons, I still feel like I missed out on amiibo. I can't really jump in on the wave now, as I'm an all or nothing type. I can't just pick up one or two and leave it at that. My crazy mind will always feel like I'm missing out! Even more of a reason, I missed out on certain amiibo that may never see the light of day again. Oh well, at least I have some extra cash in my wallet!

I'm looking to see if you guys/gals have any regret on your amiibo decisions. Did you stay far away and now regret not jumping in? Did you pick up every option since launch and now you're in the long haul, wallet be damned? Let us hear about your tears over amiibo, either side of the fence is welcome.

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- demo due out March 11th
- includes Adventure from Dragon Quest III and Dragon Quest V’s battle theme

More screens here

12-Sai. Honto no Kimochi - 3DS theme trailer


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Starwhal - review

A portion of a Dtoid review...

Because of the mechanics and varied modes, you're not going to run out of those awkward funny moments. Whether it be spearing a player in their narwhal ass or dry humping in space for an entire round, Starwhal will provide the thrills -- so long as you're willing to take the ride.

Full review here

Japanese 3DS themes - Neon Genesis Evangelion, Taiko no Tatsujin, Bike Rider DX, Adventure Bar Story and Mercenaries Saga 2


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