Don't forget about Nintendo! PS4 and Xbox One might be taking the lion's share of the attention this Black Friday, but Nintendo still makes some of the best video game experiences out there, and it's a great time to pick up either a Wii U or a 3Ds. The Wii [...]
Right, we did bring you word a couple of months back that Dragon Quest VII will get more mobile, and here we are with word that Dragon Quest VII as well as Dragon Quest VIII will eventually be made available to those who are rockingShow More Summary
Holy crap. So many deals, so little time! Target is having a massive sale on its eBay store today that includes brand new Xbox One bundles for as low as $321, new Nintendo 3DS XL consoles for $168 and brand new games for around $60. More »
When it comes to portable gaming, we basically have three choices – the first would be to settle for a dedicated portable console, where this particular segment is filled by the Sony PS Vita and the Nintendo 3DS, while the other would be the tablet and smartphone form factors which offer a far more casual gaming experience. Show More Summary
Rejoice, nerds! This is the music that awaits you in heaven. “The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes” for the Nintendo 3DS System is available October 23rd. The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses is currently on a World Tour.Show More Summary
Nintendo Wii U 32GB deluxe console with Nintendo Land & Super Mario 3D for $249.99 While the Wii U hasn’t seen the same level of success that the PS4 has seen, there are […]
Nintendo is a very good marketer of their products – otherwise, how else do you think that their games and franchises are able to survive for so long? Of course, quality has something to do with it as well, since people will be able to see through the thin veil of marketing jargon after a while. Show More Summary
If you own a Wii U, chances are you have picked up a copy of Hyrule Warriors as it’s one of the better games for Nintendo’s system. It’s a hack-and-slash action game that […]
Nintendo is a company that has never really followed the convention of games or gaming devices. As we’ve seen from consoles like the Nintendo 3DS, it is a marked departure from the more straightforward Game Boy, and the Wii and Wii U were certainly very different from what companies like Sony and Microsoft have put out so far. Show More Summary
Image: Amazon Earlier today Nintendo quietly launched a digital store on Amazon's website, allowing players to purchase digital games like Splatoon for Wii U or Pokémon Omega Ruby for the 3DS directly through the retailer's website.Show More Summary
Last year Nintendo announced two new consoles in the form of the Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL. These are basically upgraded versions of the existing handheld console, but the company only chose to launch the XL version in the US. According to Nintendo back then, they claimed that the XL made more sense for the US market than the smaller version. Show More Summary
Nintendo is stepping up its handheld 3-D game with another new 3DS system.
Nintendo of America covertly dropped a bomb from its treehouse in Seattle today, mentioning that it is bringing a limited-edition ‘Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer’ New 3DS — complete with theme-specific interchangeable faceplates. Show More Summary
A tinier version of Nintendo's 3D gaming handheld, for smaller hands and pockets.
The path for Pokémon Shuffle has been a windy one. Back in February of this year, Pokémon Shuffle released for the Nintendo 3DS. It was noteworthy for being one of the first really "free to play" free to play games on Nintendo's handheld, complete with energy systems and everything. Many saw that as the signal
Nintendo just can’t stop mixing its special sauce with mobile (well, technically, Pokemon is run by The Pokemon Company, but whatever). The free-to-play 3DS game is heading to mobile (it’s already out in Japan), and Lonnie has taken the upcoming game for a spin. Show More Summary
Pokemon Shuffle, the free-to-play puzzle / battling game currently exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS, recently hit the Japanese App Store and Google Play. An English-language release probably isn’t far behind, pika. This is not Nintendo’s entry in the world of mobile, however. Show More Summary
The Nintendo 2DS—the flat, wedge shaped version of the Nintendo 3DS—just got a permanent price cut to $100 (from $130). It plays 3DS games and original DS games, but not New Nintendo 3DS exclusives. Right now, that just means no Xenoblade Chronicles. [Business Wire] Read more...