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We’re Not Telling You Mother 3 Is Being Released In English

by Peter Paltridgeon February 5, 2016
There have been rumors, but nothing like this. Everyone seems to be certain we’re just one announcement away from confirmation that Nintendo is putting out Mother 3, aka the third Earthbound title, officially in English on the Virtual Console. Unlike every other irresponsible news outlet on the Web, we’re not going to say to your […]
Two New TV Spots For The Ratchet And Clank Movie Are Live Now

Two New TV Spots For The Ratchet And Clank Movie Are Live Now

by Peter Paltridgeon February 4, 2016
Ratchet and Clank are making their big screen debuts this spring, in unchanged form from their video game counterparts. Like the games? Then you might like the movie, as it looks to be the same. It might be the very first video game movie to not attempt to fix what isn’t broken. Because of this, […]

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It’s Witch Time In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon February 4, 2016
This week in the Nintendo Download, Smash Bros’ last two fighters have joined the party! Corrin from Fire Emblem Fates and the long-awaited Bayonetta are available now as DLC: Corrin is $5.99 for both Wii U and 3DS while Bayo is $6.99. There’s also a pretty excellent update to the Virtual Console: the Wii version […]
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Bayonetta Coming To Smash Sooner Than We Thought

by Peter Paltridgeon February 1, 2016
Nintendo said their final round of Smash DLC items would be coming in February, but we didn’t think that meant a few hours after February started. You’ll be able to twirl and flirt as the Umbran witch this very Wednesday when Bayonetta is made available on the Nintendo eShop, for $5.99 separately or $6.99 for […]

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It’s Final Fantasy Day In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon January 28, 2016
This week in the Nintendo Download, it’s a double-dose of old-school Final Fantasy gameplay, one classic, one new. Final Fantasy Explorers is a throwback title where you master job classes and defeat monsters with summons, just as in the early titles from the FF series…but there are a few new additions, such as the ability […]
Introducing Der Eisendrache: Black Ops 3’s First Zombies Map

Introducing Der Eisendrache: Black Ops 3’s First Zombies Map

by Peter Paltridgeon January 26, 2016
You gotta have an optional zombie story somewhere in a Call of Duty DLC pack — it’s tradition. The custom continues within Black Ops 3’s Awakening pack, coming February 2. it includes four new multiplayer maps — Skyjacked, Rise, Splash, and Gauntlet — and the first chapter of Treyarch’s new Zombies adventure, Der Eisendrache. The […]

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When Mario Kart 64 Comes To Wii U, Something Will Be Missing — Again

by Peter Paltridgeon January 22, 2016
The European version of the Wii U just got Mario Kart 64 on Virtual Console! However, there’s one disappointment. The original release contained a feature that let you save your best record on any track, then play a ghost version of yourself to attempt to beat that record. To this day, the only release of […]
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Here’s How Your Amiibo Will Affect Twilight Princess HD

by Peter Paltridgeon January 21, 2016
Got amiibo? If they’re Zelda ones, they might help you out in Twilight Princess HD, the upcoming rerelease of Nintendo’s 2006 classic. Assuming nothing goes horribly wrong, it should be the definitive release of the game (widescreen AND normal controls!) A limited edition release of Twilight Princess will come with a Wolf Link/Midna amiibo. Not […]

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It’s Finally Time For A Zero Mission In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon January 14, 2016
This week in the Nintendo Download, something pretty great has arrived: the 2004 classic Metroid: Zero Mission, originally released for the Game Boy Advance. A remake of the 1986 original that launched the Metroid series, it’s considered a classic and a favorite among fans, and now those who haven’t played it can discover why. There […]
Walking Dead Creator Plans To Adapt Indie Game “Oxenfree” Into Feature Film

Walking Dead Creator Plans To Adapt Indie Game “Oxenfree” Into Feature Film

by Peter Paltridgeon January 11, 2016
Robert Kirkman’s production company, Skybound Entertainment, is taking on a new project. They’ve purchased the film rights to the PC game Oxenfree and have begun adapting it into motion picture form. “As soon as we got our hands on Oxenfree and experienced this unique narrative driven game we knew that the IP had huge potential […]