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  • Blog Post: Square's Oddly Named Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Coming To 3DS

    And would you believe this is a Square Enix game? Yes, the company responsible for such names as Kingdom Hearts 358/2 and Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy is back with another head-scratching title. Bravely Default: Flying Fairy was shown briefly at Nintendo's Tokyo Game Show press conference, and didn't... More
  • Blog Post: Mario Tennis Coming To 3DS in 2012

    Nintendo's Tokyo Game Show press conference flew by at a breakneck speed, slowing only to highlight The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword and Monster Hunter. If you blinked you may have missed the announcement of a new Mario Tennis title destined for the 3DS. This game will feature a gyro play mode... More
  • Blog Post: Third Parties Praise Wii U During Presentation

    In an interview reel shown during the Nintendo press conference, third-party developers were full of praise for Wii U. The conference also closed out with a few kind words from EA CEO John Riccitiello. The word "revolutionary" was thrown around quite a bit during the interview reel with key... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Demonstrates Third-Party Support For Wii U

    Nintendo showed a video at its E3 2011 press conference highlighting several high-profile third-party franchises appearing on its just-announced Wii U console. "This is already more third-party support than the Wii had in like six years," chuckled GI's Dan Ryckert at the news. I tend to... More
  • Blog Post: New Super Mario Bros. Mii Puts Players In The Game

    Reggie Fils-Aime announced that the new Super Mario Bros. game for Wii U will allow players to use their Mii characters in the game. We don't know a whole lot else about the upcoming New Super Mario Bros. Mii; it looked a lot like New Super Mario Bros. Wii, but will let players use their Mii instead... More
  • Blog Post: Wii U Controller Features 6.2" Screen, Motion Control, Video Calls

    As expected, Nintendo’s new controller for Wii U features a touchscreen in addition to standard buttons and analog sticks. A sizzle reel at Nintendo’s press conference showed off several previously unknown functions, however. One scenario shown off in the video was a gamer playing a Mario... More
  • Blog Post: Smash Bros. Headed To Wii U And 3DS

    Nintendo president Satoru Iwata announced during the company's press conference this morning that Smash Bros. is in development for both Wii U and 3DS. Iwata said both versions will "work together in some ways." While no other information was given on the new title, this is great news for... More
  • Blog Post: Project Café Becomes Wii U

    We’ve all been wondering for a little over a month what Nintendo’s new console would be called. Speculation ranged from Project Café to simply Nintendo. We were way off; it turns out that Nintendo’s new system will be called Wii U. Nintendo president Reggie Fils-Aime got onstage... More
  • Blog Post: Luigi's Mansion 2 Announced For 3DS

    The much-loved GameCube title is finally getting a sequel on Nintendo's latest handheld. Luigi's Mansion 2 channels the same boundless charm and ghost-vacuuming gameplay as the original. The video Nintendo showed at its E3 2011 press conference made Luigi's Mansion 2 look like a ton of fun... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Reveals New Starfox 64 3D Details

    Today at Nintendo's press conference, Reggie shed more light on the 3DS remake of Starfox 64. Although we have known that Starfox 64 3D is coming since the 3DS reveal at last year's E3, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime revealed some never-before-seen details of the game. In addition... More
  • Blog Post: Mario Kart Coming To 3DS This Holiday

    During Nintendo's press conference this morning in Los Angeles, Reggie Fils-Aime took the stage to assure the crowd the company will offer something for everyone on 3DS with upcoming high profile releases. He teased that five games will be shown at E3. The first revealed on stage was a new Mario... More
  • Blog Post: Kid Icarus: Uprising Includes Multiplayer, AR Features Teased

    We’ve known about Kid Icarus: Uprising almost as long as we’ve known about the 3DS, and we learned a little more about it today at Nintendo’s E3 press conference. No specific release date was given, but Reggie Fils-Aime mentioned that it would be out by the end of the year. Also shown... More
  • Blog Post: New Super Mario Adventure Coming To 3DS

    During Nintendo’s rollout of its 3DS lineup for the year, Nintendo announced a new Super Mario title exclusively for the 3DS. This new Mario title, simply titled Super Mario, looks like a handheld version of Mario’s classic 3D adventures. During the game’s trailer, we watch Mario stomp... More
  • Blog Post: Worldwide Orchestra Tour To Celebrate Zelda's 25th Anniversary

    Nintendo has a long history of memorable tunes, but the ones found in the Legend of Zelda series are right at the top of the list with Mario. During their press conference today, Nintendo announced a worldwide concert tour dedicated to the series and its 25th anniversary. Dates and details weren’t... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Comes To 3DS

    At this year’s E3 Nintendo press conference, gaming legend Shigeru Miyamoto got onstage and had an orchestra play music and sound effects from the Zelda franchise and then talked about Nintendo’s lineup of games surrounding Zelda’s 25th Anniversary. In honor of Zelda’s 25th anniversary... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend Of Zelda: Skyward Sword Dated For Holiday

    In addition to playing the next home console Zelda adventure on Wii later this year, you can nerd out over the special edition gold-colored Wii remote launching with it. Shigeru Miyamoto said onstage at the Nintendo E3 2011 press conference that he's playing Skyward Sword every day at work these... More
  • Blog Post: Watch The Nintendo Press Conference Now

    You can watch the Nintendo press conference streaming live right now, accompanied by up-to-the-minute commentary from the editors at Game Informer. Access our E3 Live page right here . The coverage is starting right now, so come join us! More
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