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Capcom Holding Weeklong Nintendo eShop Sale

by Peter Paltridgeon August 25, 2015
Heads up, cheapskates! This week only, Capcom is slashing the prices of most of its popular titles in the Nintendo eShop, and most of them are good games. If you don’t own them yet, now’s the time to experience at least one of them. The discount includes titles in the Monster Hunter, Resident Evil and […]

Nintendo Reveals Fall Schedule: Star Fox Release Date, Giant Yarn Yoshi And More

by Peter Paltridgeon August 24, 2015
Nintendo revealed its detailed fall schedule today, with release dates for every single one of their planned releases through this holiday season. We finally have a release date for Star Fox Zero (which we still know very little about, other than Fox will be able to turn his Arwing wings into legs and make his […]

pokken tournament

Holy Dodrio! Pokken Tournament Coming To Wii U!

by Peter Paltridgeon August 21, 2015
Last year it was revealed Nintendo and Namco were teaming up to create a Poke-fied version of the Tekken series entitled Pokken Tournament. The fighter was originally announced to be an arcade exclusive, which let a lot of people down, but they perked back up after the restaurant chain Dave and Busters expressed interest in […]
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Gunstar Heroes Go 3D In This Week's Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon August 21, 2015
This week in the Nintendo Download, Sega has remastered the original Gunstar Heroes in the third dimension! One of the most pulse-pounding, reflex-heavy shooters in Genesis history and one of development studio Treasure’s most beloved games is now in 3D, and that’s not all! This version of the game supports a local wireless two-player mode, […]

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Splatoon's Next Splatfest Is Transformers Themed

by Peter Paltridgeon August 18, 2015
One of the big events in Nintendo’s Wii U shooter Splatoon is the Splatfest, where players take sides on a question of what they prefer and are divided into teams over one weekend based on their choices. So far, the first few Splatfests have featured choices like “Cats vs. Dogs” and “Hot Dogs Vs. Marshmallows.” […]
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Climb Pandora's Tower In This Week's Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon August 13, 2015
This week in the Nintendo Download, the endless runner Wind-up Knight 2 makes its debut. I don’t remember a Wind-up Knight 1 either, but it doesn’t look like the kind of game that’s expensive to make. As the knight (whose name is Sprint, fittingly) runs nonstop toward a mess of dangerous obstacles, it’s up to […]

shiny rayquaza

Pokemon Trainers: Get Shiny Rayquaza This Month Only

by Peter Paltridgeon August 12, 2015
Today is the day Pokémon TCG: XY—Ancient Origins, the next expansion in the Pokémon Trading Card Game, makes its official arrival in stores. In honor of the occasion, Nintendo and The Pokemon Company are giving out a Shiny Rayquaza to all trainers who ask for one. Rayquaza is killer to have in double-team battles, because it can […]
New Video Reveals New Features Of Super Mario Maker

New Video Reveals New Features Of Super Mario Maker

by Peter Paltridgeon August 12, 2015
Nintendo released a new video on their YouTube channel this morning showing off some previously unrevealed abilities and features that will be in Super Mario Maker. Some options can be accessed by taking a selected option and shaking it — shaking a green Koopa will turn it into a red Koopa; shaking one Boo will turn […]

the lost age

The Lost Age Returns In This Week's Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon August 6, 2015
This week in the Nintendo Download, a Game Boy Advance classic has returned to the marketplace with Golden Sun: The Lost Age. The GBA strat-game Onimusha Tactics has also been made available, and both releases are part of a promised August release schedule of “classic games for hardcore gamers.” I know of a few that […]
The Pokemon Company Expands Digital Content Reach

The Pokemon Company Expands Digital Content Reach

by Peter Paltridgeon August 6, 2015
The company behind all things Pokemon is going aggressively after kids who own tablets this summer, expanding the digital Poke-presence with the apps Camp Pokemon and Pokemon TV. Both apps serve different portions of the fanbase. The Camp Pokemon app is geared more toward fans of the card game. Its main attraction is the Pokemon TCG […]