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  • Blog Post: Find Out Which Amiibos Are Most Popular In Your Country

    In a recent presentation that Nintendo gave to its investors, the company revealed it had shipped approximately 31 million Amiibos worldwide. The first wave of Amiibos was released in November 2014, with a total of 80 Amiibo types that have been released in Japan so far. According to Nintendo's report... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Launching Mobile App Miitomo In March

    Update: Nintendo of America has provided additional confirmation for those in North America interested in Miitomo. News includes details about the new Nintendo Account service and the Club Nintendo replacement My Nintendo . In order to secure the bonus points for Miitomo, you'll need to register... More
  • Blog Post: Get Mythical Pokémon Mew Starting Today At GameStop

    In celebration of Pokémon’s 20th anniversary, you’ll be able to get some mythical pocket monsters throughout the year. The first is available starting today. In order to get your hands on a Level 100 Mew, you can get a code card from GameStop (Disclosure: GameStop is Game Informer’s... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Bringing Over 7th Dragon III Code: VFD On 3DS

    Sega is bringing the popular 3DS RPG series 7th Dragon to the U.S. with the localization of its fourth entry – 7th Dragon III Code: VFD for the handheld this summer. The game may be the fourth entry, but Sega says that story of this dungeon crawler stands by itself. Code: VFD takes place in 2100... More
  • Blog Post: Mario Kart And Pokémon Retain Dominance On Best-Selling Wii U, 3DS Lists

    With the release of its third-quarter financial report today, Nintendo has also updated its list of best-selling Wii U and 3DS software. While the lists didn't shift greatly, there are some up-and-comers that Nintendo may eye for franchise potential. We’ve included all the relevant information... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Profits Down 30 Percent After Holiday Quarter, 20 Million Amiibos Sold

    Nintendo has reported its financial performance for the nine months ending December 31, 2015. The company shows a slight dip in revenue, with profits down significantly compared to last year. The publisher is still comfortably in positive territory despite a 31.9 percent fall in profits to ¥40.6... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Fan Trailer For Detective Pikachu Stars Danny DeVito's Voice

    Update: The saga continues. A dedicated Danny-DeVito-as-Pikachu fan, youtube user Tealhollow1, has created a pretty amusing version of the Detective Pikachu trailer with voice clips from DeVito's movies and shows inserted into it. You can watch it here: [Source: Youtube ] Original Story (January... More
  • Blog Post: Earthbound, Metroid, Castlevania, And More On Sale On Nintendo's e-Shop

    The last week of Nintendo's e-Shop sale is now in full swing. This week's offerings have plenty of iconic retro games, while also providing discounts on some great games that released in recent years. The sale runs from today until 2/4 at 8:59 a.m. Pacific/11:59 a.m. Eastern You can head over... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Do Multiple Delays On A Game Discourage You?

    When a game is delayed, it's typically a good thing in the end. It usually means that the team isn't happy with releasing a mediocre product and would rather extend the development cycle by a certain amount of time in order to get it right. When a game sees too many delays, however, it can point... More
  • Blog Post: Sega 3D Classics Collection Coming To 3DS In America

    Sega has been busy the last year or so updating classic titles to support the three-dimensional capabilities of Nintendo's 3DS , then releasing them digitally. A plethora of these 3D Classics are now being gathered together for physical release in the Sega 3D Classics Collection, Sega announced today... More
  • Blog Post: Bravely Second Arrives In April, Collector’s Edition And Demo Announced

    The sequel to 2014’s hit 3DS JRPG, Bravely Default, has a release date in the west. Nintendo has announced that Bravely Second: End Layer will be out in April, with a demo preceding that offers a unique story. The demo plan is identical to how Bravely Default was introduced to 3DS gamers. You’ll... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Kicks Of Winter Warm Up eShop Sale

    If you’ve been looking to add to your backlog in this relatively slow month, Nintendo has a number of games on sale. While the theme isn’t immediately clear, each of the games is considered to be “Awesome Action,” at least in Nintendo’s eyes. This portion of the three-week... More
  • Blog Post: We Look At More Creations From The Custom Amiibo Community

    Though the craze seems to have died down on Amiibos when compared to earlier this year, the community that has formed around Nintendo's collectible figures is as devoted as ever. Outside of the faithful collectors, that passion most shines through with the custom Amiibo scene. In the past, we've... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Shares Its Fan-Voted Favorite Wii U And 3DS Games Of 2015

    Nintendo took votes recently on its Miiverse platform for 3DS and Wii U players to select its favorite games of the year and the results are in. You can find the results written out in list form (complete with links to our own reviews!) below, or you can head here to see the posting on the Miiverse.... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Showcases Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 3 With A New Trailer

    Dragon Quest's Pokémon-esque, monster-collector-fighter series' third entry has a new trailer. The game has not been confirmed for a North American release, but the previous two games did come stateside, giving it a good shot. According to Gematsu , the game will feature 500 monsters,... More
  • Blog Post: Masahiro Sakurai Runs Down Super Smash Bros. By The Numbers

    With Super Smash Bros. DLC now fully detailed, game director Masahiro Sakurai tallied up everything that players can enjoy on both versions. The numbers are impressive, especially when compared against other fighting games. When Corrin and Bayonetta are released in 2016, the final roster of 58 characters... More
  • Blog Post: Amiibo Update: Ryu, Famicom Rob, And Roy In March, Newly Announced Characters Confirmed

    Nintendo has announced the next wave of three Amiibo figures that will arrive at retail. Two represent DLC characters, with a third an alternate color scheme for a top-tier fighter. On March 18, you’ll be able to purchase the Famicom version of the R.O.B. amiibo, which includes red accents. You’ll... More
  • Blog Post: Bayonetta Is Joining The Super Smash Bros. Roster

    Video games' most-popular witch is joining Super Smash Bros. Today during a Smash-centric Nintendo Direct, Nintendo revealed that Bayonetta, the titular heroine of Platinum Games' stylish action series will be available as DLC for Super Smash Bros. on Wii U and 3DS next year. Bayonetta leaps... More
  • Blog Post: Final Wave Of Mii Fighter Costumes Announced For Today And February

    As part of today’s final Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS video update, Nintendo announced the last wave of Mii Fighter costumes. These include additional members of the Sonic family and representatives from other franchises. Two of these are arriving today. You can pick up the Final Fantasy... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy VII’s Cloud Releases For Super Smash Bros. Today

    Last month, Nintendo announced that fan-favorite Final Fantasy character Cloud Strife would be making his way to Super Smash Bros. Cloud is available for download today, but here’s a quick breakdown for how he’ll play and how his stage works. According to Nintendo, Cloud was the most requested... More
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