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Ni No Kuni 2 Delayed Into 2018

by Peter Paltridgeon July 13, 2017
Waiting for the sequel to the PS3’s excellent Ghibli-like adventure? You’ll have to wait a bit longer…..the game’s developer, Level-5, announced today Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom will be delayed by two months. Akihiro Hino, CEO of Level-5 and director of Ni No Kuni 2, appeared in a video to explain the situation. The […]
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Nintendo Confirms The SNES Classic, Shows Off Pics

by Peter Paltridgeon June 26, 2017
The rumors are true, but was there any doubt? Nintendo will be following up their prematurely cancelled NES Classic with a soon-to-be-prematurely-cancelled SNES Classic, and it’s coming out this holiday season. The SNES Classic comes with two controllers (the NES Classic had just one), and the model will come in different versions depending on the […]

Introducing Sega Forever

by Peter Paltridgeon June 21, 2017
There is now a legitimate way to play Sega’s software library on your phone. Sega has introduced Sega Forever to iOS and Android, a mobile app that makes Sega’s 1990s library available anywhere. The service launched today with five titles: Sonic the Hedgehog, Phantasy Star 2, Altered Beast, Comix Zone and Kid Chameleon. More games […]
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Do You Know Where Your Joy-Cons Are? The New Switch Update Should Help

by Peter Paltridgeon June 20, 2017
The Nintendo Switch’s Joy-Con controllers are sophisticated, tiny, and easy to lose (especially for children). If only there was a way to remotely determine where they were left last….wait, now there is. The latest update to the Switch firmware has added a “Find Controller” option in the menu that buzzes the Joy-Cons’ vibration feature on […]

E3 2017: Ni No Kuni Creator Made Some Changes To The Sequel

by Peter Paltridgeon June 16, 2017
Akihiro Hino co-founded Level-5, one of the most revered game studios in the world, and he also created the Ni No Kuni series. When he speaks, it’s worth listening. Polygon asked Hino if his upcoming Ni No Kuni 2 differed in any way from its predecessor, and Hino replied that yes it did, in many […]
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E3 2017: There Will Be A Pikmin 4, But Not Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon June 15, 2017
Nintendo boss Shigeru Miyamoto has confirmed that Pikmin 4 is in development and will be out for the Switch sometime in the future. “I’ve been told not to share anything about this from PR,” Miyamoto said to Eurogamer while chuckling, because he’s Mario’s daddy and can break any order he wants, “but I can tell […]

E3 2017: Sushi Striker: The Way Of Sushido

by Peter Paltridgeon June 14, 2017
Nintendo wasn’t kidding this year when they said they were spacing out their announcements. Thirty minutes ago, out of nowhere, the live Treehouse stream sprung an unannounced 3DS game on everyone….and boy is it an interesting one. It’s called “Sushi Striker: The Way Of Sushido,” and It’s early enough that it doesn’t have a complete […]

E3 2017: New Final Fantasy XV DLC Chapter Arriving Prompto

by Peter Paltridgeon June 14, 2017
Square-Enix had a reduced presence at this year’s E3, with Kingdom Hearts 3 being reserved for D23 and nothing much else on the immediate horizon. And the less said about virtual reality fishing, the better. At least there’s extra content coming for the games we already have. S-E spent ten long years on the newest […]

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E3 2017: Metroid: Samus Returns (Twice)

by Peter Paltridgeon June 13, 2017
There hasn’t been a proper new Metroid game in seven years. People are so starved for a new Samus adventure that anything, even a mere title card that contains no footage but promises a game is in development, would bring down the house at this point. This morning we got that…and then we got more. […]

E3 2017: Ni No Kuni 2 Release Date Confirmed

by Peter Paltridgeon June 13, 2017
We’ve written about Ni No Kuni 2 for the past two E3s, but this time will be the last. The game is almost done and a solid release date was announced today: November 10, 2017. There’s a new trailer as well. The plot of the game hasn’t changed since we described it last. It’s about […]