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Megwin recreates Etrian Odyssey Untold

The original trailers for Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl were pretty good, but they weren’t Megwin good. Megwin are gods of sweding.

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MegwinTV reviews the Wii U. Or … Nintendo Land … or something. These are crucial secret Takamaru’s Ninja Castle strategies.

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Future 3DS games demonstrated: Project Love Plus, Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3DS, and Super Mario.

While we don’t have the budget or time to offer you the most comprehensive Nintendo 3DS coverage out there, we can promise to continue delivering the finest selection of “Strange 3DS Videos By Japanese Guys On Youtube” — like this new clip from MegwinTV.

Here the video group shows how, thanks to the system’s stereoscopic 3D effect, these games really pop out! If you were already pumped for Project Love Plus, this “kisu” demonstration with Nene is going to drive you fellas wild.

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Megwin’s 3DS guy shows up at Yodobashi Camera in Shinjuku. Considering that they ran a video series about trying to preorder 3DS systems, it’s natural to find one of the dudes from the videos in line for a system on launch day.
In costume.

Bonus travel tip! When browsing in a Yodobashi Camera, look for the dudes with the “English” armbands! They can totally help you find even one of those adhesive thingies that tethers your lens cap to your camera.
 
Preorder a 3DS with: Our Nintendo 3DS Buyer’s Guide
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[Via Famitsu]

Megwin’s 3DS guy shows up at Yodobashi Camera in Shinjuku. Considering that they ran a video series about trying to preorder 3DS systems, it’s natural to find one of the dudes from the videos in line for a system on launch day.

In costume.

Bonus travel tip! When browsing in a Yodobashi Camera, look for the dudes with the “English” armbands! They can totally help you find even one of those adhesive thingies that tethers your lens cap to your camera.

Preorder a 3DS with: Our Nintendo 3DS Buyer’s Guide

See also: More Nintendo 3DS news and media

[Via Famitsu]

Testing flashcarts with the Nintendo 3DS. As expected, DS and DSi flashcarts will not work with the new system due to new and "sophisticated" measures meant to stem the piracy rampant in previous models. So, don’t expect to run any homebrew games or apps with your new 3DS!

Some manufacturers of these devices are confident they will eventually circumvent these barriers, but for now, the carts show up on the 3DS’ main menu and refuse to launch. For reference, hackers managed to break protections introduced with the DSi in just over a month.

If you don’t understand why Nintendo and third-party developers feel these measures are necessary, these informative Megwin videos clearly explain piracy’s dangerous effects on the DS:

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See also: Flashcarts: More than ‘illegal game copiers’

[Via Mailenstein]

Megwin gets an early hands-on with the Nintendo 3DS. The person in this video is really impressed with the handheld’s ability to make images “emerge” and “jump out.” With good reason. 

Megwin has been posting several 3DS-related videos on YouTube, most of which involve the group’s unsuccessful attempts to preorder a unit. Even if you can’t exactly understand the dialogue, they’re pretty entertaining! Hint: It’s mostly the names of stores and heartfelt laments about inability to purchase 3DS systems at each store.

This is exactly what it looked like when Eric and I tried to preorder our 3DSes, but since preorders are freely available at a lot of stores, we just had the terrible luck to go into the few stores that didn’t offer them. PETSMAAAAAAAART!

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See also: Megwin’s DSi LLLLLLLL

"Nintendo DSi vs. Majicon R4" by Megwin. This video starts with a dude’s abdomen acting as a DSi touch screen, and it gets better from there. I’ll never be able to look at a flash cart again without imagining it as a cross between a Pokemon and a Power Rangers enemy.

I love this.

See also: More flashcart junk

[Thanks, Justin Prine!]