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Watch Nintendo’s E3 2016 live stream, featuring ‘The Legend of Zelda’ and ‘Pokemon’

The traditional press conferences are over, but Nintendo still has something interesting in store for E3 2016. As we explained last month, Nintendo will forego both a stage presentation and a Nintendo Direct live stream in favor of a...Show More Summary

Watch Nintendo's Treehouse Live, Right Here

Ready to learn about the next Zelda? In lieu of a Nintendo Direct this year, the big N is running a Treehouse stream that’s dedicated to Link’s new adventure, among other games. Let’s watch! Read more...

Nintendo Changes E3 Plans, Will Show More Than Zelda

Today Nintendo announced that they plan to talk about more than just the new Zelda at E3 later this month. Don’t get your hopes up: there’s still no press conference or Nintendo Direct planned. But at least they’ll show off some other games. Read more...

Five minutes to get you across Kirby’s latest adventure, Planet Robobot

What the heckies is Kirby: Planet Robobot? Five minutes to get you across Kirby’s latest adventure, Planet Robobot Kirby: Planet Robobot was one of the major surprises of the March Nintendo Direct, and now it’s nearly time. This short PR cycle means information is out there, but largely overlooked. For a property as beloved as […]

The Nintendo Direct for Culdcept Revolt is happening right now

Yep, it's an official Nintendo Direct and everything! The publisher is now showcasing Culdcept Revolt, the next entry in a long-running strategy series for the 3DS. It features grid-based movement as well as a card mechanic, and though it likely won't be coming west, it's nice to just witness what's going on in other parts of the world. Read more...

The next Nintendo Direct is Japan-only and focuses on one game

The next Nintendo Direct is coming on May 11 at 20:30 JST, and it will focus on one game -- Culdcept Revolt. Wait what? Yep, it's a long-running strategy series, and this new iteration, the first in some time, is for 3DS. It's a bigShow More Summary

Nintendo has nothing for E3 except Wii U Zelda

4 months agoTechnology / Gadgets :

If you wanted or expected an Electronic Entertainment Expo-focused Nintendo Direct this year then you’re in for a bit of bad news. Nintendo has decided to hold a Treehouse Live event that focuses […]

The Battle Cats 3DS is coming to the West after all

Shortly after learning about The Battle Cats through a Japanese Nintendo Direct presentation last year, I decided that rather than wait for the 3DS version to possibly get localized, I'd be better off playing the existing mobile game to satiate my curiosity. Show More Summary

Why don't you like Metroid Prime: Federation Force still?

Recently, I threatened to start a petition to cancel all upcoming Nintendo Directs unless more Metroid Prime: Federation Force was shown, but luckily Nintendo caved to my demands and showed off the game. The Internet's reaction to the...Show More Summary

A Link to the Past and Super Metroid are coming to the EU eShop this week

At last week’s Nintendo Direct, it was announced a whole load of SNES games are finally making their way over to the New 3DS and New 3DS XL. However, when the games come out is different depending upon your region. Last week Europe saw...Show More Summary

Super Meat Boy Wii U release window, port studio confirmed

Team Meat legend Tommy Refenes took to Twitter to spread the news that Super Meat Boy would be hitting the Wii U in the near future, as confirmed by a recent Nintendo Direct. He notes that the developer tasked with the port is "wrapping...Show More Summary

Lost Reavers gets a new update in Japan, still coming west in April

Recently by way of the Nintendo Direct event last week, Lost Reavers was confirmed for a localization. The free-to-play Wii U game will be coming west on April 28, and there will also be an open beta. There's no word on a physical edition of the game. Until then, you can watch this trailer for the Japanese edition, which showcases some new stuff. Show More Summary

Splatoon shirts come to Dragon Quest X

Japan is doing all kinds of #brand #synergy according to Japanese Nintendo, if you want to know what from the last Nintendo Direct is different for those living in Japan. For example, Dragon Quest X is free in Japan through the Nintendo eShop from March 14-31 and it comes with a couple of Splatoon shirts. Show More Summary

This Super Famicom 3DS XL is Worth Importing

Japan will forever get better video game-related swag than we do. It's fact. There's no point in disputing it. The latest Nintendo Direct (at least Nintendo's home Japanese division) proves this fact with the sexy New 3DS XL emblazoned with Super Famicom accoutrements. Show More Summary

We need to see more of Nintendo of Europe's president Satoru Shibata

I like Bill Trinen's dad jokes as much as the next guy, but Nintendo of Europe's Satoru Shibata stole the show yesterday in the separate UK Nintendo Direct. In an adorable move reminiscent of the legendary Satoru Iwata, Shibata celebrated...Show More Summary

Nintendo is releasing a Super Famicom-themed 3DS

6 months agoTechnology / Gadgets :

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 […]

This Super Nintendo-inspired 3DS proves Japan gets the best stuff

Nintendo knows you want to move to Japan for the swag alone. During Thursday evening's streaming Nintendo Direct presentation, Nintendo's home Japanese division showed off a sweet New 3DS XL handheld inspired by the Super Famicom — the...Show More Summary

Nintendo is bringing back the Super Famicon (kind of)

Two weeks ago Nintendo revealed it is bringing classic Super NES games to its portable 3DS consoles, but now it seems the Japanese giant is going the extra mile for its most nostalgic gamers. During yesterday’s Nintendo Direct presentation, the company unveiled plans to launch a Super Famicon-inspired New 3DS XL device. Show More Summary

Buying an amiibo grants you early access to Mini Mario & Friends amiibo Challenge

Nintendo is taking amiibo ownership and gating to the next level. As per their Nintendo Direct presentation yesterday, they announced that Mini Mario & Friends amiibo Challenge would allow for an early access period of roughly one month for anyone who purchases an amiibo from March 25 on from Amazon, Best Buy, and GameStop. Show More Summary

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