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  • Blog Post: Hands On With Shigeru Miyamoto's Star Fox Guard

    At E3 2014, Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto revealed two experimental projects. One of these, Project Guard , has been rebranded as Star Fox Guard and is slated for release alongside Fox McCloud’s next adventure. Star Fox Guard is a simple tower-defense game, in which you control mounted turrets... More
  • Blog Post: Kirby Takes Control Of A Transforming Mech In Planet Robobot

    Shapeshifting is kind of Kirby’s thing. One giant gulp from the pink puffball is all it takes for him to slurp up a bad guy, absorb its special abilities, and use the newfound power to defeat Dream Land’s enemies. In the character’s latest outing, Kirby: Planet Robobot, he can hop into... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Announces Rhythm Heaven Megamix For The West

    Nintendo announced in its most recent Direct that the newest iteration in the Rhythm Heaven franchise will be making it to American shores. Rhythm Heaven Megamix functions as a “best of” compilation of the series’ rhythmic mini-games. Rhythm Heaven Megamix is a blend of old and new... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Makes Another Pitch For Metroid Prime: Federation Force

    When Nintendo fans told the publisher they wanted another Metroid game, they weren’t expecting Metroid Prime: Federation Force. The announcement made at E3 2015 wasn’t warmly received , but Nintendo isn’t giving up on it yet. During today’s Direct, Metroid Prime producer Kensuke... More
  • Blog Post: Monster Hunter X Comes West As Monster Hunter Generations

    Monster Hunter X has finally been announced for North America with Monster Hunter Generations for 3DS. Slaying gargantuan beasts and reassembling their body parts into armor and weapons has served the series well, and Generations continues this trend with new features and a release window. Monster Hunter... More
  • Blog Post: New Characters And DLC Revealed For Hyrule Warriors Legends For 3DS

    Hyrule Warriors is making the 3DS transition soon, and with that will come an expanded roster, which got larger during today's Nintendo Direct. Medli from the Wind Waker has been confirmed as a new playable character, and she will be free on both Wii U and 3DS. She will be available when Legends'... More
  • Blog Post: Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 Is Coming To 3DS

    Developer Inti Creates announced the game a year ago , but now we have a release window and some more details for Azure Striker Gunvolt 2. The game releases on 3DS this summer and Gunvolt's rival will be a playable character capable of copying boss abilities. Ahead of the sequel's release, Azure... More
  • Blog Post: Game Freak’s Pocket Card Jockey Blends Solitaire, Horse Racing, And Animal Husbandry

    Pokémon developer Game Freak is reminding fans it isn’t a one-trick pony. The studio released Tembo the Badass Elephant last year, and it has something galloping to 3DS in May. Pocket Card Jockey is a blend of solitaire and horse racing. As players clear cards from the board, they’ll... More
  • Blog Post: Mini Mario And Friends Amiibo Challenge Coming to Nintendo eShop

    Nintendo announced a new free game coming to the eShop during today’s Nintendo Direct. Mini Mario and Friends Amiibo Challenge will allow players to tap their Amiibos on their Wii U or 3DS in order to access a series of puzzles unique to each figure. In Mini Mario and Friends, each Amiibo will... More
  • Blog Post: Super Nintendo Games Are Coming To New Nintendo 3DS

    Nintendo has revealed in its latest Direct that a number of Super Nintendo classics are heading to the eShop. Games like Super Mario World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past, EarthBound, and Super Metroid will soon be available to New Nintendo 3DS owners. So far Nintendo has confirmed nine titles... More
  • Blog Post: Bring Color Back To The World In Paper Mario: Color Splash

    Nintendo announced a new entry in its Paper Mario series today, Paper Mario: Color Splash. In the game, which is coming to the Wii U this year, Mario has to restore color to an island using a handy new gadget. When Prism Island has been drained of color, it’s up to our favorite plumber to set things... More
  • Blog Post: Bandai Namco Shows More Of Its Free-To-Play Wii U Game Lost Reavers

    A small portion of Nintendo’s most recent Direct was carved out for a free-to-play multiplayer game called Lost Reavers. Bandai Namco’s Wii U title allows you to romp around with your friends, as showcased in a brief gameplay section. Although details for Lost Reavers are scant, we know that... More
  • Blog Post: Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem Has A New Name And Release Date

    The long anticipated Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem mashup now has a name and a North American release date, both unveiled in the latest Nintendo Direct. Tokyo Mirage Sessions FE will be available in North America on June 24 exclusively for Wii U. The game has been in the works for a while, announced... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Announces Plans For Three New Splatoon Updates

    Nintendo has announced that it isn't quite done updating Splatoon, its surprising third-person shooter hit from last year. To this point, all updates have been free to players, and Nintendo is continuing that trend with these new updates. The first update seeks to improve lesser-used abilities to... More
  • Blog Post: Super Mario Maker Adding New Stage Elements And Super Expert Mode

    Super Mario Maker is adding even more elements to its arsenal. In a free update coming March 9, Nintendo will be adding new components including a favorite menace from Super Mario World, as well as pieces that look to help give creators even more control over how players progress through their levels... More
  • Blog Post: Watch Nintendo’s 41-Minute Direct Presentation Here at 2 PM Pacific

    Buckle up. We’ve got 41 minutes of hot Nintendo news about to drop. You can watch the entire Nintendo Direct right here. The publisher says that we’ll find out about Wii U and 3DS games hitting from now through the summer. Some of these games we already know about, including Star Fox, Pokken... More
  • Blog Post: Another Nintendo Direct Coming Thursday Afternoon Focused On Wii U, 3DS

    Hot off the heels of what might have been the shortest Direct in history, Nintendo is delivering another presentation. This one will focus on games coming through the spring and summer months. While specific games haven’t been mentioned, Nintendo doesn’t want you to get your hopes up about... More
  • Blog Post: Watch This Morning’s Pokémon Nintendo Direct Right Here

    Hear ye! Hear ye! This morning’s Pokémon Nintendo Direct shall be called to order. Nintendo will be dishing out new information on the franchise to coincide with Pikachu’s 20th anniversary. Yesterday, we reported on what may be the next pair of games as indicated by trademark filings... More
  • Blog Post: There’s A Pokémon Nintendo Direct This Friday

    It’s Pokémon’s 20th anniversary , and the party is probably just getting started. This Saturday sees the re-release of Red, Blue, and Yellow on 3DS, but we’ll be learning more about what’s in store just one day before. Nintendo has announced a Direct presentation for Friday... 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
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