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Sega 3D Classics Collection 3: Final Stage announced


According to this week's issue of Famitsu, Sega plans to release a third game in the Sega 3D Classics series. This third game shall be known as Sega 3D Classics Collection 3: Final Stage, and the following games are planned to be available in the collection: After Burner II Super Hang-On, Bare Kunckle II, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and Gunstar Heroes. The collection will also contain one additional game that was picked by fans. A survey was previously sent out that asked fans what game they would like to see in the next collection; the winning game will be featured. 

Sega 3D Classics Collection 3: Final Stage will be released on December 22nd in Japan. According to Famitsu, the game is 70% complete, and there has yet to be any information regarding an international release. The black space on the magazine scan is supposedly hiding the upcoming boxart for the game, which implies that the boxart will be revealed soon. Once more information is available, it will be posted here on the stie.

UK software sales (week of 8/27/16)



The top-selling Wii U games are as follows:

  1. Minecraft Wii U Edition – Nintendo
  2. Mario & Sonic: Rio 2016 Olympic Games – Nintendo
  3. New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U – Nintendo
  4. Mario Kart 8 – Nintendo
  5. Pokken Tournament – Nintendo
  6. Splatoon – Nintendo
  7. Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Warner Bros. Interactive
  8. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze – Nintendo
  9. The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD – Nintendo
  10. Super Mario Maker – Nintendo
The top-selling 3DS games are as follows:
  1. New Super Mario Bros. 2 – Nintendo
  2. Pokemon Omega Ruby – Nintendo
  3. Tomodachi Life – Nintendo
  4. Yo-Kai Watch – Nintendo
  5. Pokemon Alpha Sapphire – Nintendo
  6. Pokemon X – Nintendo
  7. Pokemon Y – Nintendo
  8. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D – Nintendo
  9. Monster Hunter Generations – Capcom
  10. Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon – Nintendo

GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - Here's a dumb thing I made

Well today turned into a fun day. Not too much going on, which gave me a chance to try out something random. Seems like you guys have liked it so far. I'm sure it'll pave the way for more dumb things in the future! One day at a time, I guess. Speaking of that, see you in a few, short hours!

We don't have the usual Eggbusters to share with you on this Monday 'EoD' thought because there isn't one! Austin is hard at work on the season finale right now. Since that left the slot open, I thought I'd share this stupid thing I made today. I told you guys I've been getting more into video and editing, trying to fumble my way through some software. This stuff is stupid fun and helps me to learn. While I'm doing that, I'll try and create some silly things you might like. I hope this is one of them!

Bandai-Namco - TGS 2016 lineup

Console/Portable Games

- One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum (3DS) – Playable, Trailer

Family Games

- Aikatsu Stars! My Special Appeal (3DS) – Playable, Trailer
- All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution (3DS) – Trailer, Family Stage
- Chou Sentouchuu: Kyuukyoku no Shinobu to Battle Player Choujou Kessen! (3DS) – Playable, Trailer
- Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters (3DS) – Playable, Trailer, Stage, Family Stage
- Disney Magical World 2 (3DS) – Playable, Trailer
- Doubutsu Sentai Zyuohger: Battle Cube Puzzle (3DS) – Playable, Trailer, Family Stage
- Dragon Ball Fusions (3DS) – Playable, Trailer, Stage
- Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan: Shijou Psi Dai no Psi-nan!? (3DS) – Playable, Trailer
- Taiko Drum Master Dokodon! Mystery Adventure (3DS) – Playable, Trailer, Family Stage

A-Train 3D Neo coming to 3DS

- coming to Japan on December 1st
- regular package at 4,860 yen
- “Beginner’s Pack” that comes with an official guidebook priced at 5,378 yen
- eight extra scenarios that were offered as paid DLC will be included
- compatibility with data from the basic version is planned as well

Tennessee Titans take their Super Smash Bros. very seriously

While you might think that the Tennessee Titans only worry about football, but there's another competition they're interested in. Turns out the team really loves to play the original Smash Bros. on 64. This is thanks to 2014 first-round draft pick Taylor Lewan, who brought in a Nintendo 64 & Smash Bros. when the team's locker room was getting renovated. Ever since that moment, the team has been become once again obsessed with the classic N64 title.

Wii U eShop sees 3 first-party titles hit $30

Been looking for an excuse to pick up some first-party Wii U titles? Holding out until things aren't so rough on your wallet? Well you're in luck, as the titles below are now only $30 when purchased via eShop!

- Yoshi's Woolly World
- Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
- Mario Party 10

Niantic reversing some Pokémon GO bans

We continue to work to ensure the integrity of the game and the health of our servers by blocking unauthorized access and at times by banning offending accounts. This includes blocking bots, data scraping operations, and banning end user accounts associated with those activities. Some players may not have realized that some add-on map apps do more than just show you nearby Pokémon. Each end-user app can be used as a collection tool by the app creator, invisibly collecting and forwarding data to the app creator with or without the knowledge of the end user. These apps can have an effect similar to DDoS attacks on our servers. Because of this we have had to ban some accounts associated with using these add-on map tools, leading to confusion by some users about why they were banned. This is a small subset of the accounts banned.

As a result of some changes made to our infrastructure, we are now able to unban this set of accounts. Add-on maps which scrape data from our servers still violate our Terms of Service and use of them may still result in an account ban going forward. Accounts whose sole purpose was to scrape data are not being unbanned. Accounts which used apps or websites to remotely capture Pokémon, battle or deploy on Gyms, or harvest resources from PokéStops are also not being unbanned. Our main priority is to provide a fair, fun, and legitimate experience for all players, so, aggressive banning will continue to occur for players who engage in these kinds of activities.