Nintendo looks to 2017 as earnings slump, new Zelda becomes an NX title, and Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem head to mobile.
It's been eight years since the last Metroid Prime game came out for the Wii, but a successor was finally announced for the New 3DS handheld system at the game conference E3. Today, Nintendo announced that Metroid Prime: Federation Force...Show More Summary
Back in March, Nintendo teased that they would be doing a custom New 3DS XL based on the coloring of the original Super Famicom. Well, orders are now open and it has probably the coolest boxart ever.
So several days ago we reported that in celebration of The Legend of Zelda franchise turning 30 years old, a couple of developers decided to take it upon themselves to create a 3D version of the original The Legend of Zelda and make it playable within your browser. Show More Summary
A fan-made unofficial recreation of the original 8-Bit Zelda has appeared to celebrate the series' 30th Anniversary this year. How will Nintendo react...
Nintendo has released HD editions of both The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess during the lifespan of the Wii U, but wouldn't it be nice if some of the classic games in the series got the same treatment? One fan decided that the answer...Show More Summary
The Legend of Zelda originally released on the NES in 1986, and went on to become one of the most successful and popular video game series on the planet over the next 3 decades. That makes 2016 the 30th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda, which is a big milestone for an absolutely iconic game.
A few days ago you might have seen images floating around the net of the next Nintendo console controller, The Nintendo NX. There were so many pictures, it just had to be real! Wrong. It was just [Frank Sandqvist] messing with everyone on the Internet. Show More Summary
With the Wii U struggling to make any kind of significant sales impact since launch, it didn’t really come as a surprise when Nintendo decided to rework Hyrule Warriors as a 3DS game. […]
There’s no other way around it, people, we’ve been duped. Those pictures we posted of Nintendo’s supposed NX controller? Fake. Just intricate 3D constructs. While the first “leaked” image did look somewhat bogus, […]
Touchscreens, waggle, 3D, and dual screens don't define Nintendo. It's always been their incredibly charming and highly polished games. I don't want another gimmick from the Big N. I just want a powerful console with great games.
Photo: Nintendo Nintendo didn’t exactly have the best 2015, with the Wii U and 3DS underselling, and two of its biggest games of the year, Star Fox Zero and The Legend of Zelda, delayed until 2016. There were, however, a few bright spots. Chief among them was Splatoon, Nintendo’s brilliant new IP [...]
With the news a bunch of classic SNES games were coming to the Virtual Console on the Nintendo 3DS, the sad news was that these games were only compatible with the latest editions of the handheld. As such, Nintendo has decided to clarify matters somewhat.
Not sure how vivid your memory is, but I certainly remember Mega Man looking a lot more … two-dimensional.
Have you ever tried to go back and replay classic games from previous generations? Whether they hold up or not, it's often difficult to adjust your expectations accordingly, especially when we live in a world where massive, open world games are the norm and the virtual reality revolution is just weeks away. Show More Summary
3D TVs may have gone the way of the Dodo, but as the Oculus Rift has proven, a third dimension can make video games far more immersive. That even goes for the 2D Nintendo classics you grew up playing, thanks to a new emulator with a intelligent algorithm that automatically converts those games to 3D. Read more...
The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was a very successful piece of gaming hardware for Nintendo. Released in 1983, it was still available to buy until 2008 and over the course of its lifetime […]
If there is one video game hardware company that is full well capable of leveraging the power of nostalgia for all that it is worth, you do not have to look any further than Nintendo. Over the years, they have come up with various methods...Show More Summary
But Nintendo's limited their availability to owners of the New Nintendo 3DS
If you watched the Nintendo Direct last night you’d be forgiven for thinking Nintendo had decided nothing was Japan-exclusive anymore. But there was one new product we didn’t hear about on the US […]