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Last week, it was announced that Nintendo does not plan to launch its next home console, the NX, until March of 2017. According to Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima, however, The Big N has very good reasons for choosing its launch window.
One of Nintendo's prized possession this generation has been the surprise hit toy collection known as Amiibo. They have been selling like crazy along with their new IP, Splatoon. So Nintendo has decided to unleash more Amiibo for the very popular new multiplayer shooter game.
Last night, Nintendo dropped a total bombshell on the gaming community when they made a number of announcements pertaining to the new Nintendo NX, The Legend Of Zelda game and E3. But the internet has had quite a lot to say when it comes to Nintendo’s announcements, and not all are overly positive.
Nintendo is making further steps to get in on the mobile market. The company recently announced that two of its popular franchises will make the leap from the dedicated gaming platforms to Android and iOS smart devices. The two titles happen to be Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing.
The new Legend Of Zelda game was originally set for a vague 2016 release date, but after Nintendo’s report last night, things are looking a little different for Link and his friends. To coincide with the imminent release of the new Nintendo NX console, The Legend Of Zelda won’t be releasing until March 2017.
Nintendo finally unveiled more information about the Nintendo NX. The highly anticipated gaming device will finally arrive on the market starting next March in 2017. The only game we know is coming for the device will be the cross-gen release of The Legend of Zelda.
While Nintendo has confirmed that they will make an appearance at E3 2016, they’ve also announced that said appearance will have a laser focus, as the only game they’re bringing to the show will be the new Legend of Zelda.
A new video has surfaced featuring beta gameplay from the upcoming mobile release of Pokemon GO, Nintendo's latest foray into augmented reality with the Pokemon brand. The video showcases a ton of new details, including customization, travel and more.
If you still have your old NES and you want to play it but your controllers are all dead and useless, or you have a setup where the wired controllers just aren't long enough, there's a new wireless Bluetooth solution that allows you to play with today's generation of peripherals, including a PS4 controller.
Nintendo has officially announced the release date for the highly controversial Metroid Prime: Federation Force. The game is set to arrive on the Nintendo 3DS starting August 19th, and nearly a month later in Europe on September 2nd.
Ever wonder what The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time would look like running on a modern console? Well, thanks to Unreal Engine 4, we now know the answer. Spoiler alert: The answer is “fantastic.”
Nintendo has teamed up with animation studio Production I.G., and WIT Studio for an animated short based on the upcoming release of Star Fox Zero, which is due to drop later this week, exclusively for the Wii U.
Some new gameplay footage for Star Fox Guard has surfaced ahead of the launch for the Wii U exclusive, Star Fox Zero. The video is only three minutes long but it covers a match on both the main screen and Wii U GamePad, to give gamers a look at how the strategy title is played.
There's a near seven minute video showcasing how a certain gamer managed to blast through Super Mario Bros and conquer the game in record time. The video offers a look how to achieve the record and the kind of skills necessary to make it happen.
Nintendo's new 3DS Kirby game, Kirby: Planet Robobot, will come with an Amiibo bundle. The game and Amiibo will release this upcoming June for the handheld. Nintendo announced the news via Twitter and included an image of the new bundle pack.