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Nintendo’s In The Super Bowl This Year

by Peter Paltridgeon February 2, 2017
With the Wii U in its rearview window, Nintendo seems more willing to admit it screwed up. One of the reasons for the Wii U’s failure, they say (and they’re correct) was its botched marketing. The console was underpromoted and its features were not explained very well. Many consumers assumed it was another add-on for […]
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Could Tekken 7 Come To Nintendo Switch?

by Todd Blackon February 1, 2017
Tekken 7 is meant to be a big part in the story that has been going for quite some time, in fact, the producer of the game said that this will serve as the conclusion for the saga of the Mishima Clan . As Kazuya tries to take down his father Heihachi Mishima, and you […]

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Pokemon Bank Now Works With Sun And Moon

by Peter Paltridgeon January 25, 2017
Good news from the Pokemon Front: the feature players of Pokemon Sun and Moon have been asking for, compatibility with Pokemon Bank, is finally a reality. For the uninitiated, Pokemon Bank is the wondrous app that lets you store Pokemon in the cloud and even trade your monsters between games. It’s compatible with a wide […]

A Bounty Of Nintendo Switch Game Trailers

by Peter Paltridgeon January 13, 2017
Nintendo showed off the Switch’s entire launch lineup last night, but even at an hour in length, their presentation wasn’t enough to cover every game and show every trailer. First up is a trailer that was not shown at the presentation, though brief clips appeared of it: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. This revised version of […]

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Everything We Liked (And Didn’t) About Nintendo’s Switch Presentation

by Peter Paltridgeon January 13, 2017
Last evening Nintendo at last revealed all in regards to their upcoming Switch console/handheld hybrid. We didn’t get answers to every question, but we heard enough to hope we can get in a preorder for one of the fifty or so units they’ll ship nationwide. The Switch will go on the market March 3, 2017, […]
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We May Have A Hint At The Nintendo Switch’s Price

by Peter Paltridgeon January 6, 2017
There’s less than a week to go before Nintendo reveals their full plans for the Switch: the launch lineup, the price, the accessories. But we may have gotten an early hint at the price range and release date for the console/handheld hybrid thanks to the UK retailer GameSeek. GameSeek now has the Switch up for […]

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Pokemon Snap Comes To Wii U Virtual Console

by Peter Paltridgeon January 4, 2017
It took until the eleventh hour, but for those of you who still have your Wii Us plugged in, Pokemon Snap will finally be playable on the console in a few hours. The N64 classic is not only unique among Pokemon games, but games period — it’s a one-of-a-kind experience where you’re set on a […]
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Legendary Pokemon Magearna Available In Sun And Moon Today

by Peter Paltridgeon December 5, 2016
The Legendary Lineup starts rolling out today in Pokemon Sun and Moon with the first one in line, the Steel-Fairy type Magearna. Why today? Because this is the day the latest Pokemon movie, Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel, premieres on Disney XD, and Magearna plays a role in it. There’s one catch. Whether you can […]

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Fresh New Look At Zelda: Breath of The Wild

by Peter Paltridgeon December 2, 2016
Nintendo may not have won much from last night’s Game Awards, but they didn’t provide much this year either. They did, however, make their presence known by debuting some new footage from the next Zelda game, Breath of the Wild, and playing it at the show. First they gave us this new trailer. (For some […]

Pokemon Live-Action Movie Finds Its Director

by Peter Paltridgeon November 30, 2016
We previously reported that Legendary Pictures has landed the license to produce a live-action Pokemon movie and ever since, they’ve been assembling the team to put it together. Now the project has its director. Here’s what we know: The movie is based on Detective Pikachu, a game that hasn’t been released in the US or […]