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NoE - Nintendo eShop developer discussion: Talking Swords & Soldiers II with Ronimo Games

Nintendo of Europe: Please introduce yourself for our readers, and explain your role on the team for Swords & Soldiers II.

Robin Meijer: My name is Robin Meijer, I’m a producer at Ronimo Games and I work on Swords & Soldiers II. That basically means I arrange a lot of stuff; I prepare things, talk to press and so on. My colleagues are all back home at the moment, working hard on the game.

NoE: What does someone who’s completely new to Swords & Soldiers II need to know about the game? Sounds like a sequel!

RM: It is a sequel! Well spotted! (laughs) Swords & Soldiers II is, at its very core, a 2D side-scrolling real-time strategy (RTS) game. We’re working on a really cool and diverse campaign for it, and we also really want to have an awesome local multiplayer experience.

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NoE - It's time for adventure at our Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker website!

Strap on your backpack, slip on your headlamp and get ready to track down some treasure! Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on Wii U launches in Europe on January 2nd 2015, so now’s the perfect time to unearth plenty of information about the sometimes cowardly, sometimes courageous hero’s upcoming escapades at our Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker website.
In this puzzle-platforming adventure, you take control of Captain Toad and hunt down Power Stars in a series of diorama-like levels. Rotate the camera to view each stage from all sides, seek out Super Gems and ultimately nab the Power Star at the goal. But watch out – Captain Toad can’t jump or defend himself well, so you’ll need to rely on your sneaking skills and use the Wii U GamePad to activate tricks, such as moving platforms, to get around!

A treasure trove of information awaits at the official Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker website, where you can find out about the story, watch plenty of gameplay videos, and see more of the stages. You can even follow Captain Toad’s adventures in a series of comics!

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker will be available for Wii U on January 2nd 2015, both in shops and as a downloadable version from Nintendo eShop.

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Nintendo holding Splatoon event in Japan late Dec/early Jan.

- event will be held during the Game Party Japan 2015 on December 31st
- also being held January 1st in Tokyo
- game will be in playable form

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Splatoon - Dec. 18th screenshot and info blurb



This just in! There appear to be some members of the octopus forces that hit hard like a freight train. They’re also not so easy on the eyes… Just remember this: if it’s got two legs—look out!

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Fan-Art: Morphing through Nintendo's controller history


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Nintendo warns parents about their kids potentially spending their money


Nintendo doesn't want an Apple situation on their hands. Apple got in some hot water over various apps that kids were using. Those apps let kids purchase new content with a simple click of a button, which resulted in parents being billed hundreds of dollars. Sure, part of the issue is the parenting, but Nintendo has released the video above and other statements just to keep parents in the know.

Nintendo has an entire page dedicated to the issue, discussing how parental locks can avoid any future frustrations. Put a lock in place and kids will need a code to purchase content. Obviously, as long as you keep that code away from the kids, you won't find your wallet emptied in just a few minutes!

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