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Paper Mario: Color Splash Was Accidentally Leaked By Nintendo Last Night

by Peter Paltridgeon September 23, 2016
Nintendo’s next Paper Mario game, subtitled Color Splash, isn’t due out for two weeks. Ordinarily we would have had to wait that long, but not today. For some reason, the “pre-order” button on the Nintendo E-shop changed to “buy” and all pre-loaded digital copies of the game became functional. The problem was quickly fixed, but […]
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Nintendo Slashes 3DS To $150, Eight Games To $20

by Peter Paltridgeon August 9, 2016
Nintendo announced today that effective immediately, the popular 3DS handheld system will be marked down to $150 forever. They are also introducing a new bundle (at the new price) that comes with Super Mario 3D Land pre-installed, plus two Mario faceplates. Now why would they pick the middle of the year to discount their current […]

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All Kirby, All The Time In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon July 28, 2016
This week in the Nintendo Download, it’s Kirby’s birthday, and the company is celebrating with a sea of pink! Almost all the additions to the eShop are Kirby related, from a new Kirby: Planet Robobot demo, to the DS’s Kirby Mass Attack, to the long-awaited digital debut of Kirby’s Epic Yarn. There’s also Kirby’s Dream […]
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This Week’s Nintendo Download Is Turbo-Tastic

by Peter Paltridgeon July 14, 2016
This week in the Nintendo Download, Monster Hunter Generations is finally out (or it will be tomorrow). But the more surprising news is the sudden appearance of TurboGrafx-16 games in the Wii U Virtual Console. It was looking like nothing from that console would ever appear on the Wii U, after many TG-16 titles were […]

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Mystical Ninjas On The Go In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon July 8, 2016
This week, the Nintendo Download is mostly sleepy, but after several weeks of megaton releases, it’s earned the rest. The new offerings this week aren’t much, but they’re something. Most notable among them is the 3DS Virtual Console release of Mystical Ninja for SNES, the first US appearance of Goemon (here called Kid Ying). The […]
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Super Mario RPG At Last In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon June 30, 2016
FINALLY! This week in the Nintendo Download, one of the most demanded games in Nintendo’s entire library has been added to Wii U Virtual Console. It’s Super Mario RPG, the 1996 collaboration between Nintendo and Square that inspired and kicked off the entire Paper Mario series. It’s quite an adventure and now it’s easier to […]

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Pop Stars Vs. Monsters In This Week’s Nintendo Download

by Peter Paltridgeon June 23, 2016
If you had asked anybody months ago about this particular week in the Nintendo Download, was anybody expecting Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE to decimate Keiji Inafune’s Mighty No. 9 in reviews? Because that’s what happened. The long-awaited return of Mega Man’s creator was largely derided as mediocre, while this weird brightly-colored dance-mashup starring Fire Emblem […]
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Zelda Producer Says Link Will Be Forever Silent

by Peter Paltridgeon June 22, 2016
If you watched any bit of the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild footage that multiple websites hosted, you might have noticed something you’ve never heard before: full voice acting! The voice that speaks to Link near the beginning of the game speaks in complete audible sentences — and this is the first time […]

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Post-E3 Breath Of The Wild Revelations

by Peter Paltridgeon June 20, 2016
Nintendo only had one playable game at E3 this year, but they hit a bullseye with one bullet. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was the most popular game on the show floor by far. 150 kiosks were running the game, and despite this, the line to play it stretched throughout the entire […]
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E3 2016: It’s Possible To Go Straight To The Final Boss In Zelda: Breath of The Wild

by Peter Paltridgeon June 15, 2016
Speedrunners and other such “game-breaker” enthusiasts have been wondering just how open The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild truly is. It’s not unreasonable to suspect large sections of the game have been blocked off for future access, right? …Not this time. Producer Eiji Aonuma confirmed today that if a player was good enough, […]