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  • Blog Post: Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Release Date Announced

    Nintendo announced the release date for the fifth title in the Mario & Luigi series at today’s Nintendo Direct. New details on usable Amiibo were also revealed. Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is scheduled to release on January 22 next year for the 3DS. In addition to the release date, Nintendo... More
  • Blog Post: Sonic 2, Gunstar Heroes, And Streets Of Rage 2 Getting 3D Remasters For 3DS

    Sega's 3D remastered series is getting a few new additions for 3DS. Sega's 3D remastered series takes classic games and adds stereoscopic 3D effect, widescreen, and new modes and features. Previous titles that have been remastered this way for 3DS include Sonic the Hedgehog, Fantasy Zone, and... More
  • Blog Post: Epic Boss Tim Sweeney: VR Destined For A Better Fate Than 3D

    Read a story on the promise of virtual reality on this or another website, and you will inevitably come across a reader comment dismissing the head-mounted tech as another gimmick, just like the failed push to make 3D a destination experience for gaming, film, and television. Epic Games boss Tim Sweeney... More
  • Blog Post: HTC Partners With Valve For SteamVR-powered VR Headset, Vive

    HTC announced today at Mobile World Congress its virtual reality headset, the Vive, which it is building in collaboration with Valve. The Vive will have two 1200 x 1080 displays with 90 FPS refresh rates. It will allow full 360 degree viewing and a “full room-scale” experience, which will... More
  • Blog Post: Zelda Producer Eiji Aonuma Walks Through 15 Minutes Of Majora's Mask 3DS

    It's all in Japanese, but if you want to see lots of footage of the Majora's Mask remake, you're in luck. In the video, Aonuma explores Clock Town, which has some rearrangements here and there from the original Nintendo 64 release. During last week's Nintendo Direct , Nintendo revealed... More
  • Blog Post: Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition Has A Release Date On PlayStation 3 And Vita

    After its original announcement in 2013 , Duke Nukem is coming to PlayStation 3 and Vita early 2015. Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition collects Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition, Duke Carribean: Life's a Beach, Duke it out in D.C., and Nuclear Winter and it will be available on January 13. Publisher Devolver... More
  • Blog Post: Get A Good Look At The New 3DS With Its First Japanese Commercial

    A Japanese commercial for the New 3DS offers a good close-up look at the handheld, and also includes some brief Xenoblade Chronicles gameplay footage. You can check out the commercial below which shows the system and its second control-stick nub in action with the help of some ethereal ghost hands. You... More
  • Blog Post: Blood Drive Trailer Shows Corpse Party's New 3D Gameplay

    The next entry in the Corpse Party horror series is moving away from the pixelated 2D gameplay of the previous games in favor of 3D, and a new trailer shows it in action. Subtitled Blood Drive, the game takes place a few months after Book of Shadows. For more on the game head here . Corpse Party: Blood... More
  • Blog Post: Corpse Party: Blood Drive Coming To Japan In July

    The next entry in the Corpse Party series, subtitled Blood Drive, is coming to Vita in Japan on July 24. Taking place a few months after Book of Shadows, Blood Drive follows Ayumi from the previous game as she attempts to retrieve the Book of Shadows again in order to revive her deceased friends. As... More
  • Blog Post: See The Legend Of Zelda In First-Person

    What happens when you take one of the most iconic top-down games and adapt it for the Oculus Rift? You can see for yourself. This version of the game is similar to the one you know and love, except you're exploring Hyrule (and attacking monsters) in first-person. Though currently available in beta... More
  • Blog Post: Incredible High-Definition Earthbound Art Recreates Onett In 3D

    Artist Christopher Behr spent nearly a year creating a digital, three-dimensional version of Onett, and it's gorgeous. Behr has a full gallery of images of his new Onett on his website, which you can see here . You can also pick up large prints of the images by heading here . Nintendo finally re... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Working On More Stereoscopic 3D Updates To Classic Games

    Stereoscopic 3D versions of classic Sega titles Super Hang-On and Space Harrier released recently for the 3DS, and depending on their success, more could be on the way. More confirmed titles are already on the way for North America and will be releasing this month including Altered Beast, Ecco the Dolphin... More
  • Blog Post: CastAR 3D Augmented Reality Goggles Close In On Kickstarter Goal

    A former developer for Valve and Raven is one of the team that's attempting to bring another competing product into the crowded 3D goggle space. CastAR is a bit different from the Occulus Rift though, as it's more along the lines of an augmented reality experience (which we've seen a primitive... More
  • Blog Post: Stereoscopic 3D Sonic The Hedgehog For 3DS Revealed For Japan

    A detailed listing for an updated Sonic the Hedgehog with stereoscopic 3D capabilities has appeared on Sega's Japanese website . Running the site through Google Translate reveals a number of interesting details. The game will be available in Japan on May 15 for 600 yen (around $6 U.S.), can be played... More
  • Blog Post: Transfer Your Flipnote Studio Animations Before The Release Of Flipnote Studio 3D

    Flipnote Studio is a free stop-animation drawing app that is only available on the DSi model of the DS. There's a new version of the application coming out for the 3DS, but you will have to manually transfer your animations over if you want to keep them. Flipnote Studio 3D is coming to the 3DS for... More
  • Blog Post: Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D Will Have New Content

    The upcoming Donkey Kong Country Returns port for 3DS has been somewhat mysterious. We knew it would be a direct port and add stereoscopic 3D, but we weren't sure if it would have anything completely new. A press release on Nintendo's UK site reveals that the game will in fact have new content... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation 4 To Feature Stereo Camera

    The rumors were true: The next-generation PlayStation console will ship with a Kinect-style stereo camera peripheral and a controller with a sensor built in. During Sony's PlayStation 4 event in New York, legendary developer and lead PS4 engineer Mark Cerny detailed some of the functionality of the... More
  • Blog Post: Next Wave Of 3D Music Videos Debut On 3DS Today

    3DS owners who installed the free Nintendo Video app may notice a few new things in their queue after connecting online. Today marks the release of a flurry of 3D music videos on the service, including clips from artists including Wale, B.o.B, The Shins, Skrillex, and OK Go. Today's releases include... More
  • Blog Post: Sonic the Hedgehog Documentary Parts 2 And 3

    Sonic Generations is out. Some of you have played it. Some of you have commented on the reviews without playing it. But there is one thing that we can all agree on: Sonic is blue. Check out this Sonic documentary. The latest episodes of Sega’s mini Sonic the Hedgehog documentary talks about Sega’s... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Interested In A 3D Remake Of Zelda: A Link To The Past

    In a recent interview, longtime Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma brought up the possibility that Nintendo might release more 3D updates of classic Zelda titles to follow-up its Ocarina of Time remake for 3DS. One possible title was brought up: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Speaking with Gamesradar... More
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