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  • Blog Post: Game Informer's Best Of E3 Awards

    After a week of game reveals, tech demonstrations, Cirque du Soleil freakshows , and a weekend of the deepest sleep us GI editors have ever had, E3 is over. Now that we've taken some time to separate ourselves from the madness, we've come up with our picks for the best that E3 had to offer. Best... More
  • Blog Post: Sakamoto To 2D Metroid Fans: Other M Is Your Game

    Legendary Nintendo developer Yoshio Sakamoto has a long history of working on the side-scrolling incarnations of the Metroid series, so when we sat down to talk with him at this year’s E3, we couldn’t help but ask if he thinks the series will ever return to its roots. Here’s what Mr... More
  • Blog Post: Wii Party Trailer Contains Guns, Bombs, And Whimsy

    Considering some of the top-selling games for the Wii are nothing but collections of motion-controlled party games, it's surprising that Nintendo didn't unleash Wii Party sooner. Games highlighted in this trailer are fruit collecting, can shooting, bomb passing, ship balancing, helicopter flying... More
  • Blog Post: PokéPark: Pikachu's Adventure Trailer Is So Cute I Might Throw Up

    Have you had your recommended daily allowance of disgustingly cute yet today? Allow me to help you overdose on adorable with this new trailer for PokéPark: Pikachu's Adventure, a new Wii solo outing for the Pokémon standby. Check below for the trailer and more info. This third-person... More
  • Blog Post: Kid Icarus 3DS Trailer Boasts Near Wii-Quality Graphics

    When Pit took the stage during Nintendo's E3 2010 press conference, he was met with thunderous applause. Following the warm reception the audience grew hush. Perhaps Kid Icarus Uprising's remarkable graphics for the 3DS had the crown stunned into silence. The game's cinematic presentation... More
  • Blog Post: GoldenEye 007 Trailer Shows Off Multiplayer

    A generation of console gamers cut their multiplayer teeth on GoldenEye, now the storied franchise is back for the Wii in a game that features both online and splitscreen action. It even has that cutie, Daniel Craig. Check out all the action in this trailer. More
  • Blog Post: Epic Mickey Keeps Looking Better And Better

    We sat down with industry legend, Warren Spector, and learned about the continued progress of Junction Point's new game. Mickey has come a long way in recent months, and the game looks like one of the most compelling and surprising entries for the Wii this year. The core gameplay and story elements... More
  • Blog Post: Metroid Co-Creator Calls Transition To 3D A Necessary Change

    Nintendo's veteran designer Yoshio Sakamoto not only helped create the NES classic Metroid, but he also oversaw every 2D incarnation of the critically acclaimed series until the franchise went 3D in 2002. So when we sat down with him this week to discuss his newest project, Metroid: Other M, we couldn't... More
  • Blog Post: Aonuma: "I Do Not Want To Make Zelda Easy"

    Last month, Zelda fans experienced mass anxiety at news of Nintendo mastermind Shigeru Miyamoto's intent to make the next Zelda game easier . Yet, when The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword was announced a couple days ago at E3, it certainly didn't look easier. Due to the game's fully-realized... More
  • Blog Post: Breaking: Atlus Publishing Handheld RPGs (And I Will Probably Play Them)

    Half of Atlus's E3 2010 line-up was taken up by what one might call their bread and butter: hardcore-targeted handheld RPGs. This morning I got to check out some gameplay and hear details on Etrian Odyssey III for the DS and Knights in the Nightmare for PSP. Etrian Odyssey III, which releases September... More
  • Blog Post: Madden NFL 11 For Wii Now Includes Franchise Mode

    The Wii version of the Madden franchise hasn't made much of a mark as compared to its big brother, but this year's title is adding some substance with a Franchise mode. One of the big features in all the Maddens this year is the GameFlow play calling option which lets you streamline that aspect... More
  • Blog Post: Kid Icarus Producer Says Non-3D Games "Like Driving A Car With One Eye"

    We had a chance to speak with Kid Icarus Uprising producer Masahiro Sakurai today, and his enthusiasm for Nintendo's new handheld was apparent. When asked about the decision to put Pit's new adventure on the 3D handheld, he stated "Up until now, playing normal games would be like driving... More
  • Blog Post: Zelda Producer Wants Online In Series Future, Thinking About DLC

    I love traditional Legend of Zelda games, but if you're at all like me, you've probably spent many a wistful night dreaming of how amazing it could be to team up with friends in the world of Hyrule. Though it's probably not coming with Skyward Sword, Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma says he'd... More
  • Blog Post: Link Comes Out Swinging In Skyward Sword Trailer

    Outside of Mario, no one has starred in more classic games than The Legend of Zelda's Link, and now our pointy eared hero is back in a new Wii title, Skyward Sword, that relies heavily on exacting motion control made possible by the Wii Motion Plus peripheral. Check out this E3 trailer to see the... More
  • Blog Post: GoldenEye 007 Single-Player Impressions

    The original GoldenEye for N64 was the first solid console multiplayer FPS of its time when it released back in '97 and is treasured by hardcore fans who sunk countless hours into the game with friends. Now Bond is back in a new adventure for the Wii that was announced yesterday at Nintendo's... More
  • Blog Post: Donkey Kong Country Returns in Barrel Busting New Video

    Nintendo always looks to its past to define its future, and we couldn't be more pleased at the news that Donkey Kong Country Returns is bringing back the beloved SNES 2D platformer to the Wii. This new trailer shows off a ton of gameplay, all of which looks awesome. It's just like the old days... More
  • Blog Post: Kirby’s Epic Yarn Trailer Shows Off Amazing Visuals

    No one expected a Kirby game to be one of the buzz games of E3, but that was before we saw this gorgeous, innovative 2D platformer in action. Using a visual style that nods to Sony’s LittleBigPlanet, this game truly has to be seen to be believed. So, get to watching this awesome video. Kirby’s... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Hoping To Have Ocarina Of Time 3D Ready For 3DS Launch

    When Nintendo showed off a video of Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the 3DS at a Q&A event last night, there was some confusion going around as to whether this was an actual project for their new handheld or just a tech demo. Today, we can confirm that Ocarina of Time 3D is a full remake and... More
  • Blog Post: Guitar Hero: Warriors Of Rock Hands-On

    We all now know about the Gene Simmons narration, Johnny Napalm’s transformation into Nightcrawler, and dozens of stars per song. This preview is all about the new stuff Neversoft is showing for their latest Guitar Hero entry. The developer started things off by introducing new character Echo Tesla... More
  • Blog Post: Pikmin For Wii Still Being Worked On

    Back at E3 a couple of years ago, fans of Nintendo's quirky strategy game Pikmin got a great burst of hype when Miyamoto let slip in a Q&A session that a new Pikmin game was in development for Wii. Today at the same yearly Q&A session, Miyamoto assured us that the game is still in the works... More
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