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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 […]

triforce heroes

Release Date For The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes Announced

by Peter Paltridgeon August 5, 2015
One of Nintendo’s unexpected E3 announcements was the latest edition of Zelda’s multiplayer series that began with Four Swords Adventures. This time it’s called Triforce Heroes and you’re solving puzzles with three Links, not four. Also, you no longer have to dig out your big GBA-to-Gamecube cables because the game supports online play. Today Nintendo […]
skylanders superchargers

Skylanders Superchargers Heads Online, Brings Vehicles

by Peter Paltridgeon August 5, 2015
Vicarious Visions, the developers of the next Skylanders game (Superchargers), have made it clear at Gamescom that this won’t be just another rehashed sequel. Skylanders Superchargers will be taking the series in some bold new directions, most notably everything will be fully online for the first time. Co-op gameplay will be possible for the entire […]

kirby

New Miiverse, Splatoon, And Kirby Kirby Kirby In This Week's Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon July 31, 2015
This week in the Nintendo Download, Miiverse has been radically reinvigorated! With the Screenshot Album you can finally take pictures and save them privately. You can also use the new Discussions section to actually hold a conversation with others without being bumped down the screen in ten seconds by a bunch of mindless drawings — […]
dragon quest xi

First Nintendo NX Game Announced: Dragon Quest XI

by Peter Paltridgeon July 28, 2015
Everyone was expecting Dragon Quest XI to be revealed today during Square Enix’s livestream. What nobody expected was for them to announce an NX game — and not only that, but to show footage. The presentation, embedded below in Japanese, runs at an hour and forty minutes. Dragon Quest XI is revealed an hour into […]

splatoon

Massive Splatoon Update Coming This August

by Peter Paltridgeon July 27, 2015
Splatoon fans are starting to push up against the limits of what the game currently offers, and Nintendo will be coming to the rescue soon with a fresh update that adds more new content than any previous update has. The biggest and most welcome news is this: the level cap is finally being increased, up […]
Devil's Third

Tomonobu Itagaki’s Devil’s Third Heads to Wii U This Christmas

by Peter Paltridgeon July 21, 2015
Nintendo exclusively published a game in Japan by developer Tomonobu Itagaki called Devil’s Third. Development began in 2008 by Itagaki’s studio, Valhalla Game Studios Co., Ltd, and the game was originally going to be released by THQ, but Nintendo picked it up in the barn sale after the former company’s collapse. Described by Nintendo as […]

diancie

Pokemon Enthusiasts: Now Is The Time For Diancie

by Peter Paltridgeon July 20, 2015
Nintendo has popped the Pokeball of another anticipated Legendary Pokemon, and it’s coming your way this week. Next weekend is your big chance to obtain Diancie, the Diamond Pokemon, in Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. This time, you won’t have to travel to GameStop or Best Buy or any other brick-and-mortar business to get […]
Nintendo Download

Crazy Sales And Frog-Rescuing In This Week's Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon July 17, 2015
This week in the Nintendo Download, we’ve got a treat for you: Blaster Master, one of the NES’s best games, has been added to the Wii U Virtual Console. As warrior kid Jason, you inexplicably have your own battle cruiser, armor and laser weapons, which you’ll be using to traverse through eight underground worlds in […]