Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. ‘Abraham Lincoln’ trailer

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have released a new trailer for Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. in celebration of Presidents’ Day.

The trailer is focused on Abraham Lincoln, who in the game creates a unique army of special-forces soldiers to protect the world from an alien invasion. The game itself is set in steampunk London.


Five years later, Code Name S.T.E.A.M. still holds up

Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. is a game that is divisive, to say the least. It’s an underappreciated classic that regularly appears on clearance racks. Which is a shame, given the involvement of Advance Wars and Fire Emblem developer Intelligent Systems and the sorcery it works to get an XCOM-like experience onto the Nintendo 3DS. Especially since now, as it turns five years old, it holds up so well.

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Outlawzz1358d ago

The game was great. It would be cool to get a sequel on switch but I'm not sure if it sold well enough to warrant that.


Top 10 3DS Games That Need Switch Ports

Alex S. from Link-Cable writes: "as we prepare to retire the ol' dual-screen handheld we wanted to take a look at the games that defined the system and which should make their way over to the Nintendo Switch."

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Hroach6161624d ago

I’d just like the remasters of Ocerina of Time and Majoras Mask. Those were both great ports that looked nice and smooth. Would love a proper camera control in OoT that was implemented in MM3D.

Poli_Games1623d ago

Majoras Mask! It’s a must!


Portable fun with Nintendo's toys-to-life - Top 10 3DS Games with amiibo Support

"Nintendo's 3D dual-screen on-the-go console has been around for an impressive 8 years so here are the system's best games for putting your amiibo collection to use. Carrying case not included." - A.J. Maciejewski from Video Chums

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crazyaejay1719d ago

I loved using amiibo in the Fire Emblem games. Makes me want to play them again.