Video Game News
Nintendo revealed today that they've lowered the price on five of the most popular games for Nintendo 3DS. All the games will be available for $29.99, making them ten bucks cheaper than normal.
We’ve got a double dose of Nintendo news for you this morning, including a new trailer for Mario Golf: World Tour on the 3DS, as well as the announcement that Swords and Soldiers will be invading the Wii U sometime in April.
Everybody ready for another Nintendo eShop and Virtual Console weekly update?! Well, maybe don't get too excited, folks. The best things on offer for the next seven days boil down to a decades old puzzle game about murdering germs and a piece of DLC that combines two legendary gaming worlds. Not terrible, but not exactly super-omg-exciting, either.
Nintendo 3DS owners had better be ready for an egg-citing egg-stravaganza, as Yoshi’s New Island finally bounces onto the scene as the latest platforming adventure for the Big N’s handheld device, leading the charge for a week of updates including the likes of Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels and legendary arcade classic, Galaga.
It's another sorta “meh” week on the Nintendo front as both the Wii U and 3DS are slated to get a couple of games each, none of which are likely to get your pulse racing with anticipation. An NES classic here, an eShop title there, and a sale for Runner2
Having trouble with your green thumb? Don't worry, Mama fix. Majesco Entertainment has announced that everyone's favorite parental unit, Gardening Mama will be making a triumphant return to the great outdoors in Gardening Mama 2: Forest Friends, set to hit the Nintendo 3DS sometime this April.
This week’s Nintendo update is what I would refer to as “A’ight.” There’s not a lot on offer here, but at least there are a couple of smaller titles, a sale on Knytt Underground, a new game for the Virtual Console on both the Wii U and 3DS and, most importantly, a new adventure starring everybody’s favorite top hat aficionado, Professor Layton.
Frosty gorillas, droplets of water and the life of inconsequential RPG NPCs are all on display in this week's Nintendo update, bringing the likes of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze to the Wii U and games like Quell Reflection and Weapon Shop de Omasse to the 3DS.
Pokemon X and Y players will soon have a new Pokemon to add to their collection. Diancie is a Mythical Pokemon with both Rock and Fairy characteristics.
After weeks upon weeks of slim releases and less-than-exciting Virtual Console updates, Nintendo fans can finally enjoy a nice, solid lineup of new content on both the Wii U and 3DS. We’re not looking at a gangbuster week or anything but, after such slim pickings as of late, I suppose even a little meat on the bones looks mouthwatering at this point.
It’s a good week to be a Zelda fan, as a new (old) game from the series arrives on the Wii U Virtual console this week and a new (old) game gets released free of charge for a limited time on the Nintendo 3DS.
If you were hoping to get a small taste of upcoming Wii U or 3DS games on your iPhone or Android, you're in for a not-so-surprising awakening: Nintendo isn't down with that.
Nintendo may finally make a foray into mobile gaming. A new report published today suggests that they'll be releasing demos of their games through Android or iOS devices.
Beenox has released the first full trailer for their Amazing Spider-Man 2 video game. The 80-second trailer reveals that Spidey will encounter both Kraven and Electro in the game.
The weekly Nintendo eShop update is once again lacking in content during a slow early 2014 ramp-up, but at least we’ve got an entry from the whip-crackingest franchise in games history to enjoy on both the Wii U and 3DS. Get ready for some classic Castlevania goodness as Simon Belmont pays a visit to the Living Castle.