Poor Link. He’s just idly minding his own business. He’s taken a stroll out of Kokiri village for the first time ever. Suddenly this chick comes charging at him on horseback. First time she sees him she throws him the most important item in the whole world. Then she demands he save her entire kingdom. So he starts saving… Read more »
Zelda. Love it. One of the greatest games of all time. But there’s something we never noticed before. When you actually think about Zelda’s logic for just a sec, it kinda focks with your mind. Just check out this Zelda logic. Evolution. The Zora’s do it better than you. And… Read more »
Let’s be completely honest about this. Most people thought that Nintendo were on a slippery slope to Sega-ville. After disappointing sales and a bad E3, it seemed like the time might finally be coming when Nintendo was no longer a part of the console wars. Well guess what? Nintendo have just gone and proven, yet… Read more »
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer has been released today in Japan. We’ve managed to get our hands on a copy of it and have already started to build our own decorative interiors. New Leaf took over a good chunk of our lives. Now it’s time for Happy Home Designer to take over. By the time… Read more »
Splatoon might just be haunted. Nintendo’s kid friendly, oh so cheerful third person shooter game has a sinister secret. The soundtrack has been “haunted”. Splatoon is a super happy game that is typically Nintendo—meaning it’s about as harmless as a knife made of butter. But at times the soundtrack holds some surprise nightmarish, evil, twisted,… Read more »
We’ve had an eclectic mix of products since the inception of the gaming industry. Kinect, OCZ’s Neural Impulse Activator (which lets you blow people up using the amazing power of your mind), the Raildriver Train Cab Controller (because no one wants to play a train game without a realistic driver’s cabinet…) and now the Nintendo… Read more »
This is probably the weirdest bit of gaming new you’ll hear today. Nintendo have announced that they will be partnering with Facebook in order to promote Super Mario Maker and also to create new content at launch. Nintendo posted two tweets that were soon afterwards deleted. Here’s what the tweets said: Nintendo is partnering with… Read more »
Nintendo is suffering from post E3 blues right now. Obviously E3 wasn’t exactly a great time for them. Their press conference failed to impress anyone and even Nintendo fans have been left wondering what’s gone wrong for the once big “N”. The Japanese games publisher held its 75th annual investor meeting on June 26, in… Read more »
Guys. This is it. The best video you’re going to see all week. Youtube user Aryoksini uploaded a video showing Mario 64 running on Unreal Engine 4. It’s probably the most beautiful gaming footage we’ve ever seen. If someone uploads footage of Zelda running on Unreal Engine 4 I will literally throw money at… Read more »
I love cute stuff. Honestly, I actually have a bit of an addiction to snuggles, cupcakes, and to cute games. I’ll play shooters and RPGs, sure. I’ll even spend hours exploring an open world game like GTA. But what really warms my heart and makes me feel kinda squishy inside is cuteness. Take Yoshi’s Woolly… Read more »
I’m a massive Nintendo fan and have been since I was a 4. But as much as I’d like to applaud Nintendo’s effort at E3, the truth is that it was far from perfect. Don’t get me wrong, some of the new games Nintendo showed at E3 were truly stellar (Earthbound Beginnings?! Yes, please). But… Read more »
I want to find whichever god is responsible for leaked E3 announcements. And then I want to kiss them right on the face. We’ve just seen the new Amiibos for Animal Crossing and Mario. Amazing is too lame a word to describe them. Obviously you and I have known all about the animal Crossing Amiibos… Read more »
This beautiful digital artwork was created by Javier Jimenez aka ExoesqueletoDV. It’s an awesome series of picture showing Nintendo’s leading ladies: Samus Aran, Princess Peach and Zelda. We reckon these leading ladies are worthy of a share.
The Nintendo 64 was released 18 years ago and no sooner had it been released than it totally redefined what it is to play video games. We can still remember our first time playing an N64. It was aboard Nintendo’s Challenger Truck, that they used to take to all gaming conventions. The N64 blew us… Read more »
Out of nowhere , Nintendo has announced that its reward system for buying original products (better known as Club Nintendo), stop working in the middle of this year. For each console or game users purchased, they were supposed to be given points on their account at the end of each month. They could then redeem… Read more »
GameStop Italy seem to be privy to some Nintendo inside information. They’ve started advertising Zelda Wii U with a spring date. Nintendo has so far only confirmed that Zelda Wii U will be arriving in 2015 , but did not specify anything else. In fact, it makes sense for Zelda Wii U to come out at Christmas market , where the company usually reap higher sales. Launching Zelda Wii U before then could suggest that Nintendo are changing their overall release plans. If Zelda is releasing early, it’s highly likely another game will be pushed back. Which game could that be… it remains to be seen.
Advance Wars is a turn-based strategy game (TBS) made by Nintendo originally for the GBA and then for DS, PC and Steam. It was originally released back in 2001 and finalyl in europe in 2002.
Advance Wars is the first game in the series and was followed by Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising (GBS) and Advance Wars: Days of Ruin and Advance Wars: Dual Strike and for the Nintendo DS.
Here’s a post in honour of every concerned parent who’s ever asked “How do video games help your brain?” and “Are there any positive effects of video games?” The truth is that there are tons of positive effects of video games. Games can make you smarter, make you happier, make you relaxed and more. Here’s… Read more »
Check out the Mario Kart 8 character roster, with 30 characters, the most characters ever in any Mario Kart game. How is it Nintendo are able to pump out the same games time and time again and they never get old and we still love em? That’s the magic of Nintendo, folks! click for full… Read more »