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Project CARS for the Wii U is now looking like it might be up in the air... or worse yet, as if it might not ever be released. Why? Well, Slightly Mad Studios' head honcho Ian Bell finally came out to set the record straight and Nintendo fans aren't going to like it one bit.
Someone took the time to completely redo the Mad Max: Fury Road two minute trailer as a Mario Kart: Fury Road trailer. It's pretty badass and features a lot of replacement items in the trailer with Mario Kart-themed items and colors.
What’s better than a mystery dungeon? A super mystery dungeon, of course. Which is exactly what you’ll be exploring later this year when Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon arrives on the 3DS.
Mods can extend the lifespan of a game by weeks if not months. However, some mods are too creepy to play for extended periods of time.
Launch delays can be a bummer, especially when they’re announced right before a game was supposed to hit store shelves. That’s exactly what happened with upcoming 3DS rhythm game, Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX, which was originally set to release next Tuesday, May 26. Now, though, you’re going to have to wait another three months to get your hands on the game.
Missing out on E3 2014 due to illness, it looks like Nintendo President and CEO Satoru Iwata won't be making it to the big show again this year. This time around, it sounds like Iwata is too busy, you know, being the president of a massive company to attend.
Mega Man games are hard enough to beat on their own. However, one extremely skilled player decided to beat two of them - Mega Man X and Mega Man X2 - at the same time.
Nintendo has revealed its plans for E3 2015, ranging from pre-event festivities on June 14 and running straight into the big show from June 16-18. Alongside a virtual press conference and live show floor coverage of all things Nintendo, the Big N has announced the revival of a classic event, The Nintendo World Championships
There's a list of the most popular games on YouTube and what people love viewing more than anything else on the market. Some of the games might surprise you while others will make you scoff and go “Well, of course that game is on the list”.
Every E3, the biggest gaming companies hold press conferences to make a series of announcements. They show off gameplay demos, reveal never-before-seen games and more.
Nintendo announced last week that they're partnering with Universal Parks and Resorts to create a number of attractions and rides based on Nintendo's games. They haven't announced exactly what kind of attractions to expect so all we can do now is speculate.
The city is being destroyed by giant, grotesque monsters and you are humanity's last line of defense. Zipping around the city like a medieval Spider-Man, you and your comrades must fight back against unfathomable odds and an enemy that cannot be reasoned with. Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains for the 3DS is an intriguing game of David vs. Goliath that sometimes soars and sometimes crashes into the side of a building.
Even though Nintendo had already made it known that the tentatively named Nintendo NX won't be fully revealed until 2016, Nintendo's president Satoru Iwata has been peppered with questions about Nintendo announcing or talking about the device at E3 2015. Well, Iwata has reiterated that the Nintendo NX won't be announced at E3 2015.
When Nintendo said that the Legend of Zelda for the Wii U was moved out of its holiday 2015 release this year and that it wouldn't be appearing at this year's E3 during the Nintendo press conference, it left a lot of people to assume the game would launch in 2016. However, that may not be entirely accurate.
E3 2015 is just over a month away. As usual, publishers have been tight-lipped about what games they'll be showing off during the convention. We at least know what game we hope to see, though.