The Oscars aren't the only film awards being doled out this weekend. Nintendo has decided to get in on the fun by announcing their own film awards.
Pokemon Shuffle launched for the 3DS this week, bringing one of the first free-to-play titles to Nintendoís portable console. But just because a game is free doesn't mean it's necessarily worth your time. In the case of Pokemon Shuffle, however, you might be pleasantly surprised.
The latest Dragon Ball Z game hasn't even shipped yet and already we're getting word that another fighter based on the hugely popular series, Dragon Ball Z Super Extreme Butouden, is coming down the pipeline. What sets this new challenger apart from the rest? It's being made for the 3DS and it has a cast of more than 100 characters.
Amiibos are all the rage these days, and Nintendo couldn't be happier. The success of these computerized figurines was the topic of much discussion during last night's investors meeting, where Nintendo execs discussed new functionality details, as well as which of the money-printing pieces of plastic are selling the best in various regions.
Free-to-play Pokemon Shuffle is set to launch for the Nintendo 3DS soon, which means that itís now time to reveal some details concerning its microtransactions model. Warning: It ainít pretty.
The Sonic Boom games released on Wii U and 3DS this fall weren't great. Unfortunately for Sega, they also didn't sell very well.
The fight continues on Nintendo 3DS as Super Smash Bros. gets an update offering new functionality for the portable brawler. Donít get too excited, though, as new characters and maps are not part of the equation.
Today Nintendo announced how you can transfer data to your New 3DS XL from your old 3DS. It's not a simple process.
With Nintendo's New 3DS set to hit US retailers this Friday, Feb. 13, I finally decided to track down one of these bad boys and give the new piece of hardware a go. So, was it a revolutionary handheld gaming experience or did I walk away underwhelmed?
With Club Nintendo shutting down in the coming months, the Big N has decided to go all out with its final crop of Rewards offerings, boasting more than a dozen physical goodies and over 100 games for diehard fans to spend their virtual Coins on.
Mixing pulpy comic goodness with old-school strategy gameplay and a few new twists, Code Name S.T.E.A.M. aims to bring a unique, tactical experience to the Nintendo 3DS when it launches on March 13. After a couple of hours with the game, however, Iím not quite sold on what feels like one of the most ambitious games to hit the portable scene in quite some time.
Itís a bitter-sweet day for Club Nintendo members, as the Big N announces the closure of the rewards service thatís been running for the past six years. Chin up, though, because a new rewards program is apparently just over the horizon.
Recently elected to office as the Vice President of the world, youíve got a lot of work to do in the opening days of your first term, namely saving the planet from a number of oddball villains and nefarious schemes. Thankfully, Citizens of Earth offers all the help you could need in the form of average folks who put their array of talents to good use in activities like, um, pummeling a bear made out of honey or overthrowing a group of deranged girl scouts.
Smosh Games released a ďSmash RapĒ that celebrates Mega Man. Why Mega Man? Because once you figure out how to play him in Super Smash Bros. you'll become an unstoppable menace.
In the case of a gamer asking his parents to name Super Smash Bros. characters, there's tons of hilarity to be had at the results. See how well both his parents did naming the characters.