Legend Of Zelda Stained Glass Window Decals Available

To celebrate the release of The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD for the Nintendo Wii U, the wall decal company Blik are releasing a series of stained glass decals depicting heroic scenes from the Zelda game; the scenes include Link acquiring each of his iconic weapons (sword, grappling hook, bow, boomerang), one featuring the princess Zelda and one of Link defeating the giant bird Helmaroc. There are 8 decals in total, and they are available for $37 (approx £23). The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD will be available for the Wii U on 4 October.

Blik also offers many other wall decals, including some for Pac Man, Hello Kitty, classic Atari games and more.

Mega Man successor Mighty No. 9 Confirmed for PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U

Mega Man (Rockman) creator Keiji Inafune and his company Comcept have met the $2.2million stretch goal on Kickstarter to bring the Mighty No. 9 to PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U. The game will also be available on PC, Mac and Linux, and is intended to be released in spring 2015.

With two weeks still remaining on the Kickstarter project, the next stretch goals include a Challenge Mode, an extra end stage and boss and next-gen versions. We’ll see if they hit those targets too.

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Trailer

Nintendo has released a new trailer of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD. Those who fondly remember playing the Gamecube original will soon be able to relive the classic story in HD. The game will be available digitally and in a Wii U bundle on 20 September, followed by a retail release on 4 October

Capcom Confirms Ducktales Remastered For PC

Capcom has announced that WayForward’s Ducktales Remastered game will also be available on PC via via Steam, Origin, Impulse, GamersGate, Green Man Gaming, and other PC services; the game will be released on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U and now PC this summer.

The most obvious features that have been remastered are the graphics and the voice acting; Capcom did, however, make a point of using all the same voice actors from the show, including the actor for Scrooge who is now 94 years old. 

The Remastered edition looks significantly sharper than the original; WayForward Technologies have also previously remastered other classic games such as Contra 4 and Double Dragon Neon. IGN has released a side-by-side comparison of the original 1989 NES game and the Remastered edition to showcase the vast visual differences.

Resident Evil: Revelations Video Shows New Infernal Difficulty

Capcom has released a video to showcase the new Infernal difficulty mode of its latest Resident Evil instalment Revelations. The game, also known as Biohazard: Revelations in Japan, will be available on PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U from 21 May (US), 23 (Japan) and 24 (EU).

The new Infernal Mode, which was not included in the original 3DS game, offers an almost impossible level of difficulty, with randomised enemy and item placements.

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge Goes Multiplatform

momiji_001Tecmo Koei Europe has confirmed that PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 ports of the previously Nintendo Wii U exclusive game Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge will be released in Europe, Japan and America. The game will be released on 2 April (US), 4 April (Japan) and 5 April (EU).

Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge is an expanded Wii U version of 2011’s Ninja Gaiden 3. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions will include an extra 25 missions, all the downloadable Wii U content, and costumes for the game’s protagonist and the Dead or Alive playable characters. The costumes can be purchased in game with “karma”.

First Promo of Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage 2 Action Game

Videogame publishers Tecmo Koei have released the first promotional video of Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage 2. The trailer features gameplay previews and character introductions. Playable characters include the game’s protagonist Kenshiro, as well as Thouzer, Falco and Shachi; Bat and Rin will also be in the brawler. The game will be available in a standard or Treasure Box edition on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U in Japan on 20 December.

Look out for MyM#6, and get the chance to win a Wii U!

Out in the shops on the 4th of October

You can’t miss MyM issue number 6 on sale on the 4th of October! Ooh have we got a scary one for you this time, with the forthcoming ZombiU featured, set to be the most unique and unusual launch title for Nintendo’s new console. Senior scriptwriter Gabrielle Shrager gave us many more words in an interview about the London-based zombie apocalypse sim. Meanwhile our games editor got to try the game and
make sure that it pushed all the right buttons – he tried to and we think he succeeded!

Rosario + Vampire has a prime slot with its season two pending release, as has Blue Exorcist also featured with its own part two on the way… Looks like there’ll be a couple more DVDs in your collection
to celebrate Halloween 2012! Not to mention awesome coverage of the
anticipated Resident Evil 6 – highly likely to spook up your console
while your DVD player recovers.

And just because it’s Halloween it doesn’t mean everything in the
magazine needs to be about zombies! Oh yes, we’ve reviewed The Raid,
Tekken Tag Tournament, Kotoko and a good bunch of manga too, along
with a delightfully extended look at the ninja in advance of the
forthcoming Ninja Scroll steelbook. But we couldn’t resist the lure
for too long, and had to get involved with Ultimate Zombie Feast and
Zombie Flesh Eaters – they proved too tasty to pass over!

So, roleplayers, in ZombiU you can be the one who slays the zombies
infesting our most beloved Buckingham Palace. But who knows? You might
even be the one to win the brand spanking new Wii U in honour of the
game’s release!

Available at WH Smith and all good newsagents from October 4th – don’t miss it!