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  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Got You Into Pokémon?

    The Pokémon brand turns 20 years old this month. While that makes me feel extremely old (I'm feeling super nostalgic just looking at the Red and Blue boxarts), that also made me realize that in those 20 years, there have been a ton of potential points of entry for fans of the series. For me... More
  • Blog Post: Plans For Cancelled Game Boy Color Banjo Kazooie Uncovered

    In 2002, Microsoft bought Rare, but the beloved developer still had a few games in the pipeline for Nintendo’s handheld systems, including the 2003 Game Boy Advance title Banjo Kazooie: Grunty’s Revenge. Now leaked development documents have revealed that Rare originally planned to release... More
  • Blog Post: Informational Video Details The History Of The Game Boy Color And Advance

    The Did You Know Gaming YouTube channel looks deeper into the legacy of the Game Boy line of handhelds. Last week the channel looked at the original Game Boy , and this week it is looking at the Game Boy Color and the Game Boy Advance. You'll learn surprising details like before the announcement... More
  • Blog Post: More Mega Man Game Boy Titles Planned For 3DS Virtual Console

    Only the first Mega Man Game Boy game is currently available on the 3DS Virtual Console, but Capcom is planning to expand that roster significantly. Capcom has announced the Game Boy versions of Mega Man 2, 3, 4, and 5 are all planned for release on the Virtual Console. The Game Boy Color's Mega... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend Of Zelda: Oracle Of Ages And Seasons Heading To 3DS

    In a post on the Wii U's MiiVerse, Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma said that Oracle of Ages and Seasons should be coming to non-Japanese territories before the Summer starts. The link system that allowed you to share content and unlock secrets between the two games will survive the port to 3DS since it... More
  • Blog Post: Watch The Animated History Of Nintendo's Consoles

    Animators Anthony Veloso and Quentin Dron left out the Virtual Boy, but it doesn't mean their animated history of Nintendo isn't worth checking out. I particularly like the end with all of the Nintendo logos re-imagined using the logos of Nintendo's biggest franchises. [via Reddit ] More
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