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After a long over due hiatus I will begin starting this site up again over the next few weeks. It's still not complete from where I have left off but as long as there are posts weekly then it's all fine by me.

Now 2013 is over and we are a week or two into 2014 and we have a fresh new roster of games to look forward to with this new year. These will obviously be Nintendo games only or at least games that will be on Nintendo consoles. Some games may not come out in 2014 but they most likely will. Now let's get started on Games we need To look out for in 2014. (Note: These games are in no real order.)

1.) Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. This is yet another game to look forward to in the Persona series. You can look for it towards the end of 2014 and it will be released on the Nintendo 3DS.

2.) Super Smash Bros. 3DS/ WiiU. Everyone's favorite childhood fighter is back for another round but this time it will be on handheld and home console alike. You can already pre-order this game and it will be released early this year. 

3.) Bravely Default. I've had my eyes on this game for a long time now and I have to say it's my most anticipated game of 2014. You can pick this game up on February 7, 2014 for your Nintendo 3DS.

4.) Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy. Now Iv'e never played a Professor Layton game but Iv'e heard amazing thing about the series. This is a game I will defiantly buy when it comes out February 28, 2014 for my Nintendo 3DS.

5.) Yoshi's New Island. We finally  have another game dedicated to our favorite fictional dinosaur, Yoshi. This game will be on Nintendo 3DS later on into 2014.

6.) Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. Once again I've never played a Professor Layton game OR a Ace Attorney game but even I am excited for this. To of gamings most iconic sleuth are at it again but this time with each other. You can look for this game early 2014 for your Nintendo 3DS.

7.) Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze. In resent years Nintendo has brought back there beloved character Donkey Kong in his new Donkey Kong Country games. This game is sure to be a lot of fun and will be on the Nintendo Wii U on February 21, 2014.

8.) Human Element. I was totally unaware of this game until I was doing research for this list. And after seeing it I have to put it on here. You can pick it up some time in 2015 for the Wii U.

9.) The Unlikely Legend of Rusty Pup. This is a quirky plat former for the Wii U that you can expect in 2014.

10.) Hyrule Warriors. Ever wanted to be Link taking down waves of enemys with soldiers from Hyrule? Well pretty soon you can with this upcoming Wii U game. It will be released later 2014.

11.) Child of Light. This 2D Wii U side scroller sports gorgeous graphics and fun looking game play. Look for it in 2014.    

12.) Tengami. You a fan of Japanese culture and art? Then this 2D side scroller was made for you. You can expect it early 2014 for the Wii U. 

13.) Mario Kart 8. After years of ruined friendships and victory dances we are getting yet another Mario Kart. This timely classic will be spectacular as always. You can pick a copy up for your Wii U spring of 2014.

14.) Shovel Knight. I'm sure all of you classic game junkies are just as stoked for this game as I am. I've had my eye on it for what feels like forever now. It features retro music and graphics mixed with ass kicking hard game play. Buy this must own Wii U title sometime in 2014.

15.) Bayonetta 2. Iv'e only played a small portion of the first Bayonetta but I have to say I did love it. Now in 2014 we are finally getting a sequel to this game. This game will be on Wii U in 2014. 

 There you have it. Nintenkami's Games we need to look out for in 2014. If we missed any games tweet up @nintenkami. If you want to personally tell me some of your games tweet me @MrUnshyGuy. Have a great New Year with great new games. 
The Persona games have been around for a while. They didn't get much Western success until the release of Persona 3 for the PS2. Now we also have Persona 4 which did even better than 3. A few months back Atlus announced the newest Persona games. There was the obvious Persona 5 that we all expected, Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold (I swear to god that's the real name), Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and the one I will be talking about today Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. Now all of theses games look very interesting. Not much is known about Persona 5 but we can expect it to be a traditional Persona game. Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold is a fighter much like Persona 4 Arena, Persona 4: Dancing All Night is a dancing game much like Project Diva, and Persona Q is the first 3DS/ Nintendo Persona title. I'm a big fan of the Persona games and this one looks interesting. It takes the main characters from Persona 3 and Persona 4 and intertwines their story's in some way. The game has a interesting art style that fans of the Persona series aren't going to be use to. Instead of the traditional anime style they went for a chibi look. Now even though it has a more "childish" look to it I believe it will still be a great title. And I'm really hoping this new art style won't turn people down. I'm not sure why they would have even chosen this style. It's clear that  the 3DS can handle the normal Anime graphics. Maybe they just wanted something new. I for one welcome the game with open arms.

Not much is known about the game yet other than what we have seen. I've seen some people compare it to Etrian Odyssey. But I'm not familiar enough with this title to make any real comparisons. This isn't the first Persona games to mix the characters from other games but it's the first "traditional" title we have ever seen. I'm excited for this game and all of the other new Persona games coming out. Even Persona 4: Dancing All Night, which I can't see getting a western release. All we can do now is keep our eyes open for more new on the games.

Parts of the upcoming RPG release on the Nintendo 3DS by Square Enix which will hit shelves later next month has already been censored for it's arrival in North America. Some of those changes include; 

the raise of some characters ages from 15 to 18. Sexual innuendos have also been toned down for the localization. 

None of the changes have been said to effect the games story in any way. Bravely Default will arrive on February 7th.

The Nintendo eShop for the Wii U and 3DS id back up and running after being down. Nintendo has confirmed that it is back up and that they will continue to monitor the situation. This is what Nintendo had said on their facebook page regarding to the doen time;

"Thank you very much for your patience while we perform maintenance on the Nintendo eShop and Nintendo Network. We sincerely appreciate your ongoing support. We wanted to share some details on what is causing this downtime, and update you on the current outage in service.

The initial outage was primarily caused by a one-time surge in demand over the recent holidays, compounded by the following:

1) An influx of new Nintendo Network accounts being created and accessing the Nintendo eShop.
2) Existing Nintendo 3DS account information being moved to new Nintendo Network accounts.

We are continuing to adjust our network to meet the needs of all our services and applications. To ensure our global audience has an expected level of consistency in service, we took the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS offline. We expect to have it back online no later than 4 a.m. ET on Dec. 29, but may have to perform more maintenance in the future.

We truly apologize for the inconsistencies in our online services. We are working hard around the clock to fully restore these functions, and will continue to keep you updated on our progress."

GameStop has listed Bayonetta 2 with a May 1st release date. However, Nintendo and Platinum Games have yet to mentioned a release date. Could this be another mistake by GameStop?

It's very simple to download project M. All it consists of is basically downloading the files and placing them on an SD card. You don't have to do a single thing to your wii or brawl disk for this to even work.

You'll obviously need a Super Smash Brothers Brawl game disk and an SD card)

Step 1. Make sure your SD card has nothing on it and make sure that you have deleted every custom made stage on brawl.

Step 2. Click here and the files you need should automatically begin to download. If not, go here and click on the "Hackless Wii Zip (Full Set)".

Step 3. After it finishes downloading unzip the folder that just downloaded and take the folders contents and put them over onto your SD card. (Do not just copy over the folder, only whats in the folder.)

Step 4. Now insert it into your wii and launch up brawl and head back over to the stage builder which you previously just deleted every custom stage. Now it will load up and only press on "Launch Game".