A performance analysis has gone live for the original Bayonetta on the Wii U versus the seventh generation consoles. The dual-screen version went head-to-head with the Xbox 360 and PS3, and the results are kind of funny.
Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 3DS launches this week in North America. The game is already receiving rave reviews and pushing sales pretty hard for Nintendo. Fans who want to jump in and find out what they need to do and how they need to do it in order to unlock all the characters in the game will find it available right here in this guide.
It’s a relatively quiet week on the Nintendo front, but that’s to be expected when a single big game is releasing and said single game just so happens to be Hyrule Warriors for the Wii U. Few publishers want to go toe to toe with Link and Co., so unless you’re excited about pulverizing endless waves of baddies with a Master Sword, you might as well take a seven day nap until Smash Bros. hits the 3DS.
One of the biggest debacles involving the Wii U this year is the delay of a couple of games that were supposed to release during a certain period but were delayed for unspecified reasons. One of the games was Watch Dogs. The game was originally scheduled to release in the spring for all major gaming platforms... except, the Wii U version got hit with a major delay and it won't be receiving any of the DLC.
For those who came to smash: The 3DS version of Super Smash Bros. is nearly upon us and, to celebrate, Nintendo has announced the first big tournament, which is set to begin on Oct. 4 and will be hosted out of GameStop locations around the country.
The Final Fantasy series has always been known for its fantastic soundtracks, which finally take center stage in the newly released Nintendo 3DS rhythm game.
Nintendo announced their plans for Hyrule Warriors' DLC this weekend. They're going to release five DLC packs in the coming months that will dramatically expand the hack-and-slash game.
Notch leaves Minecraft behind as Microsoft buys up the development studio. #GamerGate keeps pushing onward with a lot of developer support and big news drops for Super Smash Bros.
If you ever wanted to punch Pikachu in the face while humming the battle theme to Final Fantasy V, then this week’s lineup of new releases on the Nintendo 3DS is just for you. Get ready for the Super Smash Bros. demo and Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call.
Rhythm games are still alive and kicking and, when it comes to Zen Studios’ genre offering for the PlayStation 4, “kicking” is a more accurate description than you might expect.
While most of the latest buzz surrounding upcoming Nintendo brawler, Super Smash Bros., revolves around the soon to be released 3DS version of the game, we finally have a scrap of news pertaining to the home console version of the game, namely a potential release date for the Wii U: Nov. 21.
Destiny fills up the news circles this week as the massive AAA title has finally launched. A new trailer dropped for the new-gen version of GTA V and Microsoft could buy out Mojang for $2 billion.
Nintendo announced that Super Smash Bros. 3DS will be getting a demo prior to the game's launch in North America and Europe. Select 3DS owners are already receiving download codes for the demo.
Sony continues to come out swinging each month in the NPD charts, noting that they are once again number one for the month of August. Unfortunately, all three of the big console manufacturers avoided discussing the hardware numbers for each of the respective consoles.
Nintendo revealed that Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will get a demo prior to their launch. The demo will allow players to earn rewards for the full version of those games.