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Nintendo of America has launched their Black Friday Sale a couple days early. They've slashed price on several 3DS and Wii U games available through their eShop.
Yo-Kai Watch, the latest monster-catching game to grace the Nintendo 3DS, is something of a slow burn in the opening hours. Give those flames time to catch hold, though, and youíll discover an entertaining romp that combines some familiar systems with creative new ideas in a way that makes Yo-Kai Watch difficult to put down. In short: It might just consume you.
Spend five minutes with Yo-Kai Watch on the Nintendo 3DS and youíll quickly discover why so many people are comparing it to the beloved and long-running franchise, Pokemon. Dedicate a few hours to the game, though, and youíll find that it not only sets itself apart from the monster-catching series it so clearly draws inspiration from but, in some regards, it surpasses it.
This week's Nintendo Direct was packed with big announcements but, alongside all of those new game nods, fans of classic Nintendo properties got a huge surprise: The original Pokemon Red, Pokemon Blue and Pokemon Yellow will arrive on the Nintendo 3DS through the eShop early next year.
Worlds collided in a big way during yesterdayís Nintendo Direct, when the publisher announced that the latest iconic character coming to its mega-brawler, Super Smash Bros., is none other than Final Fantasy VIIís Cloud Strife.
Whether or not youíre a portable game fan, chances are pretty good that, by now, youíve heard about the 3DSí latest monster-catching title, Yo-Kai Watch. Thatís because Nintendo has put a lot of effort into putting the game in front of as many eyes as humanly possible, partnering with the likes of Disney and Hasbro to make what they hope will be an instant success here in the States.
Nintendo isn't letting the Club Nintendo concept completely die. The company is reviving the rewards program in the form of the new My Nintendo service, which will kick off with a number of other features from the Big 'N' in March of 2016, including their new Miitomo for mobile devices and the Nintendo Account service.
Yokai Watch is a media franchise in Japan that encompasses anime, games, toys, and other merchandise. There's even a feature-length movie coming out in Japan later this year that's been breaking all kinds of sales records. But what is it, even? What do you need to know before jumping in and getting started with the game?
It's been a while since we've seen a proper Metroid game, so it's no surprise to hear the latest rumor that the team behind the Castlevania: Lords of Shadow series, MercurySteam, were reportedly working on a pitch for a new game in the series.
The Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden demo went live on the Nintendo 3DS eShop over the weekend, but youíll have to do a bit of work if you want to actually track the thing down. Itís worth the effort, though, boasting four fighters, a collection of assist characters and five stages that give you an idea of the solid fighting action fans can expect out of the full release come Oct. 23.
Nintendo released a new patch for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS heading into the weekend, adding a new tournament mode, new stages, as well as some major exploit fixes.
Well, thereís good news and bad news. Terraria is coming to the Nintendo Wii U and 3DS. Thatís good news for fans of the beloved build-it-yourself action/adventure/platforming game, and bad news for all of your free time when it arrives in early 2016.
Sonic Generations is considered one of the last great Sonic games ever made. It combines all the greatest stages from Sonic's history into one giant, celebratory compilation pack. I loved it and so did a lot of other gamers. Imagine the surprise of fans when Sega seemed to be hinting at some new DLC for the game... except, it's fake DLC and it features Transformers alum Shia LaBeouf.
Well July is finally here and, as foretold in the press releases of old, Club Nintendo has finally closed its virtual doors. Donít fret, however, as the Big N promises a new rewards program is on the way.
Metroid Prime: Federation Force was not received well by fans at all. In fact, they hate it... they hate it with a passion. Why? Because first off it doesn't star Samus, second it looks pretty low-quality and third, no one sees any relation to the Metroid Prime series. Well, Nintendo has hopped in to defend the new 3DS game.