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Over a week ago Nintendo announced their new console, the Switch, is coming out on March 3rd for a modest $299.99. It features updated graphics, 3rd party support, and you can take it anywhere. You mean I can play Skyrim anywhere?! Yes, anywhere.
But honestly, after watching their conference, I was left feeling underwhelmed. Continue reading Why I’m Not Making The ‘Switch’
Nintendo didn’t even try to hide the fact that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was their prized show horse for this year’s E3 (our coverage of that can be found here) but Link’s next grand adventure didn’t come alone at the biggest event in gaming. Even while they played the most definitive role of “second fiddle” ever, several other Nintendo titles were demo’d at E3 and promised Nintendo fans some entertaining experiences for the rest of the year and beyond.
Before you tread any further, be warned that there are SPOILERS ahead. As in, enough to fill all of Lake Hylia.
So, one more time – SPOILER WARNING
The new Legend of Zelda has been officially titled via a new trailer during Nintendo’s E3 stream.
It’s Nintendo’s turn! The Geekiverse crew has come together to name our Top 25 Wii U games. Continue reading The Geekiverse’s Top 25 Wii U Games of All Time
Well, that was about the most interesting news I’ve ever woken up to on a Wednesday morning.
Nintendo’s next console, codenamed “NX” is confirmed to be a thing, as per an official statement from Nintendo earlier today. It launches March 2017, but it won’t be shown off at this year’s E3 event.
With all the new releases and celebrating two big anniversaries this year, could 2016 be Nintendo’s best year ever? Continue reading Is 2016 Nintendo’s Year?
It’s back to Gotham for yet another installment in the Lego Batman universe. Continue reading Hindsight – Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Review