Finally! Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies for the 3DS has a release date of October 24th in North America and Europe. The game will be released in both regions as a downloadable title via the Nintendo eShop. The game is set to… Read More »
When Nintendo announced the new addition to their already successful gaming family, I must admit, I was pleasantly surprised. With all the hype of next generation coming in a few months, its easy to forget the 3DS and what amazing… Read More »
A new Pokemon X and Y trailer was just recently released by Nintendo, confirming information revealed in CoroCoro magazine that some Pokemon will now be able to evolve into a new Mega form of itself. Thus, Mega Evolution is born,… Read More »
Nintendo has announced a Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy release date of November 8th in Europe. Nintendo of Europe boss Satoru Shibata reported today on a Nintendo Direct broadcast that it will be released simultaneously and available to purchase… Read More »
Nintendo has announced that Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright for Nintendo 3DS has been confirmed for launch in Europe and North America in 2014. The 3DS crossover from Level 5 and Capcom was announced way back in October 2010, and… Read More »
A huge and surprising StreetPass 3DS update has gone live today and it includes four brand new StreetPass Mii plaza games as add-on content.
Animal Crossing: New Leaf has taken us by storm. Already one of the fastest selling 3DS games of all-time, people the world over are building their towns, enjoying ruling in either totalitarian or liberal regimes, collecting fruit, fishing and making conversation with birds… Read More »
*facepalm* Director Masahiro Sakurai has confirmed to Joystiq that the 3DS and Wii U version of Super Smash Bros will not allow users to fight one another on their respective systems.
I’m not afraid to say it. I was a massive fan of the Gamecube. While my mates bragged about their Xbox and Playstation 2, I found myself enamoured with small discs filled with infectious Nintendo charm. And to that I… Read More »
Who’s not surprised? Nintendo may not be hosting a big conference at E3 like Sony and Microsoft but they will be hosting a pre-show event that will likely reveal many of the playable titles on the showfloor.