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Destiny: The Taken King – Live Action Trailer – Evil’s Most Wanted

Destiny: The Taken King – Live Action Trailer – Evil’s Most Wanted

by Alex Beanon September 17, 2015
The newly released live action trailer for “Destiny: The Taken King” – Evil’s Most Wanted…

China’s Tencent Pictures Collaborates With Legendary On Warcraft Movie

by Alex Beanon September 17, 2015
In much the same way as China’s Alibaba Pictures did with this year’s “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” film release, Chinese internet giant, Tencent, will have its film branch collaborate with USA distributor, Legendary Pictures, on the film adaptation of the popular video game, “Warcraft”, starring Dominic Cooper, Travis Fimmel and Paula Patton. Tencent’s film group […]

Gravity Rush Lives, And Other TGS Announcements From Sony

Gravity Rush Lives, And Other TGS Announcements From Sony

by Peter Paltridgeon September 15, 2015
One of the most excellent video games Sony has ever released is Gravity Rush, but most people aren’t aware of this because it was a flagship game for the doomed Vita handheld (which is still for sale). This morning during Sony’s conference at the Tokyo Game Show, the console maker revealed that Gravity Rush would […]

Tatsumi Kimishima To Succeed Iwata As Nintendo’s New President

by Peter Paltridgeon September 14, 2015
The search is over. After a couple months of speculation, Nintendo HQ in Japan has announced its next president, replacing the tragically departed Satoru Iwata: Tatsumi Kimishima. The news was broken by Bloomberg News late last night. Who’s Kimishima? He was head of Nintendo of America from 2002 to 2006, overseeing the successful launch of […]

New Pokemon Go Phone Game Takes Place In "Reality"

New Pokemon Go Phone Game Takes Place In “Reality”

by Peter Paltridgeon September 10, 2015
Until now Nintendo’s dabbles in the phone market have been a couple of cheap freemium titles that haven’t attracted much attention. This is the first effort that’s making people’s heads turn: Pokemon Go, an augmented reality game that lets you catch them all — in your own neighborhood. Produced by Niantic, a company that’ previously […]
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Make Some Mario In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon September 10, 2015
This week in the Nintendo Download, you might have heard of a little game-slash-creative tool called Super Mario Maker. It’ll be out tomorrow in physical form, but it can also be downloaded as well if you can’t find it anywhere. Personally, I prefer the actual physical item, especially since it comes with a book. Because […]

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Guitar Hero Live Announced For Apple TV

by Peter Paltridgeon September 9, 2015
This morning during Apple’s live presentation, the curtain was taken off the long-in-development Apple TV. Many features were shown off, few of them surprising (of course it has Siri), but there was also the news that Apple was serious about getting high-profile video games to come out for their television. Don’t expect Call of Duty, […]

Pikmin 4 Confirmed And “Very Close To Completion”

by Peter Paltridgeon September 7, 2015
That was fast. Shigeru Miyamoto, game designer of legend and creator of Pikmin (and over half of Nintendo’s cast of characters as a whole) spoke to the website Eurogamer last July. “It’s actually very close to completion,” he said. “Pikmin teams are always working on the next one.” This news item was embargoed by the […]


Ubisoft Theme Park To Be Launched In Malaysia

by Alex Beanon September 7, 2015
“Assassin’s Creed” – the ride – could be coming to a theme park near you. Well, maybe not near you if you do no happen to live near Malaysia, where French video game maker, Ubisoft, is proposing to build a theme park based on some of its most popular video game titles such as “Assassin’s […]

Enjoy A Lost Piece Of Excitebike History In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon September 3, 2015
Something interesting turned up in this week’s Nintendo Download: VS. Excitebike, the NES spinoff of regular Excitebike that allowed you to challenge your friends to 2-player races on tracks you created. Because the game relied on the read-and-write capabilities of the Famicom Disk System, we never got this version on the American NES or anyplace […]