Have you ever wanted to take a trip to the Nintendo World store? Have you been looking to find more StreetPass visitors for your 3DS games? Then here’s a Kickstarter campaign just for you!

Catch all the details after the jump!

Mutant Mudds, one of the Nintendo eShop's most renowned indie titles, proved a huge success to Renegade Kid back in 2012. Over the past few years, rumors spread of a sequel. Many devoted fans waited for word of the next title in the indie franchise, only to have their wishes granted with the reveal of Mutant Mudds Super Challenge, coming to both the Wii U and 3DS eShop later this year.

Now, even more details have surfaced regarding this new installment in the latest issue of Nintendo Force. Renegade Kid's co-founder Jools Watsham sat down to give us the gist of what to expect in Mutant Mudds Super Challenge.

Read more after the jump.

Have you been thirsting for the return of some strategic, tropical, dictatorial city-building fun to a console? Well, that thirst will soon be quenched, as Tropico 5 is set to have a PlayStation 4 release later this year, on March 31st (according to GameStop). Sony has released a short trailer displaying what you can expect from the popular city-building simulator coming to the console, complete with grooving Cuban music.

Trailer after the jump!

Nintendo recently posted instructions to their YouTube channel on how to perform a system transfer between the standard 3DS and the soon-to-be-available New 3DS. It is a little complex, with a lot of menus and the use of a screwdriver, but overall it's not overly difficult. The process will allow you to ensure your New 3DS is linked to your Nintendo Network ID and will transfer over all of the information saved on your SD card, so you don't lose anything upon upgrading to the new system. The 3DS and its New successor have a menu option that will perform the main system transfer, after which point you will need to plug the SD cards into a computer to physically copy the data from one to the other.

Video after the jump.

The red New 3DS XL is now completely sold out at GameStop online, meaning that the website is out of stock and they are no longer taking pre-orders.

The black New 3DS is still for sale, and both versions are still available at Best Buy and various other websites, but it's likely that this won't last, given the amazing popularity of the New 3DS worldwide. As I'm sure we're all aware, this isn't the first time this has happened; the Majora's Mask 3D special edition New 3DS sold out in a matter of hours and is still out of stock worldwide.

If you're interested in buying the New 3DS, you should hurry up before they're all gone!

Unseen64 recently reported that Nintendo tried to acquire the rights to "one of the biggest properties I can think of", and a report has revealed that to definitely be the case: Nintendo attempted to acquire exclusive rights to make games based on the Harry Potter franchise. If they had succeeded, they would have gained all adaption rights for the franchise, but likely would only use them to make video games. This means they might have potentially prevented films altogether. Yes, that's right — we were that close to losing Daniel Radcliffe and company.

Read more after the jump!

If you've been wondering how the New Nintendo 3DS stacks up graphically compared to older Nintendo hardware — specifically Nintendo's Wii — search no further. A recent video from Nintendo World Report has given us a graphical comparison between Xenoblade Chronicles on New Nintendo 3DS and the game's platform of origin, Wii.

You can catch the comparison video after the jump.

IGN recently sat down and played Mortal Kombat X, discussing two brand new modes in the upcoming fighter: Living Towers and Faction War.

Get all the details on these brand new modes after the jump!

According to the official PlayStation blog, online multiplayer for PlayStation 4 titles will be free this weekend for European system owners.

From Friday, February 13th, at 6 AM GMT to Monday, February 16th, at 6 AM GMT, European owners will be able to access the PlayStation Plus-exclusive online multiplayer for all of their favorite PS4 games; however, none of the other perks of Plus membership (free games, cloud storage, etc.) will be available to those not subscribed to the service. There is currently no word on this promotion being available for other regions.

Are you looking forward to the Assassin's Creed movie that we're supposed to be getting next year? Or, are you hoping to see other Ubisoft properties like Far Cry and Watch Dogs make it into other entertainment mediums? Well, this could be good news for you!

Ubisoft has filed trademarks for many of its franchises, including those mentioned above and Just Dance, for "entertainment services"; these services are listed in the trademarks and include TV and movie rights, as well as the rights for theatrical productions and amusement parks. Head inside for more.

Last Friday (February 6), we reported on an exciting Japan-only presentation that Monolith Soft streamed for their upcoming open-world RPG Xenoblade Chronicles X. While most of the big news was immediately translated by various websites, it doesn't appear that Nintendo of America is planning to release a translated version of the video for Western audiences. This hasn't stopped one fan from making their own subtitled version of the presentation of the event, however.

Read more and watch the subtitled video after the jump.

Nintendo of Europe has just announced that the indie game IronFall: Invasion will launch alongside the New Nintendo 3DS console line on February 13th in Europe.

The shooter, developed by VD-DEV, will be available on the European eShop on Friday and takes advantage of the New 3DS's C-stick; however, the game will also be playable on previous 3DS models. Release dates for other regions have not been announced at the time of writing, but hopefully the rest of the world will be joining Europe in battle on Friday!

Nintendo of Europe has just announced that a free update for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS will be available tomorrow in the region.

The update will add Amiibo support to the title; however, you will only be able to use Amiibo with the title if you have a New 3DS console. For most Europeans, that means waiting until Friday, but for the lucky New 3DS Ambassadors, you'll finally be able to use your Amiibo fighter on the go!

Silicon Studio, the team that developed Bravely Default, unveiled an incredible new graphics engine last year. Upon its debut, many thought an engine like this wouldn't be able to run on the current generation of consoles, but in December we learned that it's already running on PlayStation 4. At the upcoming Game Developers Conference in March, Silicon Studio will be showing off the PlayStation 4 version of the Mizuchi engine to the public. Additionally, Silicon Studio has revealed that the engine will be available for developers to use this summer.

Pokkén Tournament, the upcoming arcade fighting game that blends Tekken action with Pokémon characters, was recently made available to the public in a play test. Lucario, Machamp, Pikachu, Suicune, and Gardevoir were all playable, and one of the attendees took over 20 minutes of action-packed Pokkén Tournament footage. You can check it out by clicking below!