Nintendo released the opening cinematic for Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U ahead of the late November launch, showing off some of the gameplay along with some CG sequences of key characters looking clean and pristine on Nintendo's latest console.
Blizzard has unveiled Overwatch while Bungie has confirmed that Destiny's sequel is currently in development. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Virtual pets, pocket monsters and a Disney twofer are on order for this week’s Nintendo update, with new games hitting both virtual and physical stores leading up to the holiday shopping season. There’s also a game called Sportsball. No kidding.
The highly anticipated portable remake to The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has finally been announced for the Nintendo 3DS. Get ready for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D in Spring 2015.
Nintendo released a bit more info about one of the more highly anticipated and very secret open-world JRPG from Monolith Soft. The name of the game is Xenoblade Chronicles X and the concept of the game is pretty ambitious.
Over the past week, I’ve ignored an unsettling amount of my actual life in order to play copious quantities of Fantasy Life, the new 3DS RPG from the masterminds at Level-5. If you’re looking for a colorful and lighthearted romp with hooks that sink in uncomfortably deep, then you might want to give this one a gander.
One of the major things gamers have been requesting from Nintendo is to abolish the practice of region locking games. Nintendo, still has the age-old practice in place and has never shied away from region-locking. However, that may be changing soon.
When a lot of people find themselves getting banned from an online game for some kind of unbecoming behavior, it's usually for a few hours, a few days... maybe even a week or two. Well, Nintendo has taken punishment to the next level, dishing out multiple lifetime's worth of chastisement... due to a glitch.
A new video leaks for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's zombie mode, Destructoid gets caught in a scandal and Prey 2 is cancelled. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
It’s a pretty busy week on Nintendo platforms, with plenty of goodies available on the physical and digital marketplaces for both the Wii U and 3DS consoles. Just in time for Halloween, there may even be a few noteworthy treats to be found in the mix, including a new Harvest Moon game and a classic Kirby adventure.
One of the strangest moments in gaming that might go down in history is seeing Mike Tyson fight Mike Tyson in Punch-Out. The game is iconic for being unbelievably hard and players tasked with taking down the final boss, Iron Mike Tyson, have to utilize unbelievable skill in order to win the game.
Leading up to the launch of Pokemon: Alpha Sapphire and Pokemon: Omega Ruby, gamers can grab a special selection of downloadable monsters from GameStop for the most recent iteration of the series, X and Y. This week, that includes the crystalline Diancie, which can be caught at GameStop for a limited time.
Horror games are all the rage these days, with games like Outlast and Five Nights at Freddy's delivering scares to hordes of players. However, well before the horror genre's recent revival, there were plenty of games out there that scared players.
Bayonetta 2 arrived in North America and Europe on Friday. The reviews suggest that Wii U gamers will be very happy with their new exclusive.
If you were thinking that you could get in on the beta Grand Theft Auto V on the Xbox One or PS4, think again. There's some fake invitations going around to get people all riled up and excited, but don't fall for it. It's all just another scam.