Style Savvy: Trendsetters Gets A Second Nintendo eShop Demo

By Ishaan . November 1, 2012 . 10:00am

This week’s Nintendo eShop update is rather sparse. The only original game being released on the eShop is 2 Fast 4 Gnomz, a running-platformer with four playable gnome characters for $4.99.


The other highlight this week is a second free demo for Style Savvy: Trendsetters. While the first demo had the player competing in a fashion contest, this second demo gives a taste of the shop-management aspect of the game.


Finally, early next week starting November 5th, you’ll be able to buy Freakyforms Deluxe: Your Creations, Alive!, a downloadable version of the retail game, off the Nintendo eShop. This retail release of the original Nintendo eShop game contains all of the original’s content, along with new features.


European update:

Rejoice, Europe, for you, too, can finally bask in the cuteness of Style Savvy: Trendsetters! (Known as New Style Boutique for all you posh European types.) The fashion contest demo is up for download on the European eShop today, and is joined by two original gamesMonster Shooter and Samurai G. Oh, and the NES Gradius.

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  • DKL

    This game is actually really really hype.

    I’m always complaining about the clothes used in customization for games, but this game feeds that hunger pretty well in that the selections are actually really really awesome.

    Plus, I think I can get behind a game where the general objective is to take people’s money by selling them really really expensive clothes.

  • ShawnOtakuSomething

    hey I’m a straight and think its pretty addictive 

    • Hoshi星

       Agreed. I tried the demo and I was pleaseantly surprised by this game. If it weren’t for all the other releases, I would I have bought it.

    • PreyMantis

      I agree, and it’s just weird since I’ve never played a game like this before…

  • Göran Isacson

    New Style Botique. I now know the name of my target. It shall not evade me.

  • I’ve downloaded and played the EU demo but I don’t think its the Fashion Contest one. All it lets you do is go to the online store, purchase and try on clothes, apply make-up and decorate your room a little.

    Where’s the Fashion Contest??

  • Best 3DS game yet. I swear. I find myself having to play EVERY day, just because it’s so fun. I love it.



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