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The Black Friday deals are all starting to roll out for the major gaming systems and electronic devices. Sony and Microsoft have so far been at the forefront of the gaming spectrum with pre-Black Friday deals being announced left and right. Not to feel completely left out, Nintendo's Black Friday bundle has been announced.
Whether or not youíre a portable game fan, chances are pretty good that, by now, youíve heard about the 3DSí latest monster-catching title, Yo-Kai Watch. Thatís because Nintendo has put a lot of effort into putting the game in front of as many eyes as humanly possible, partnering with the likes of Disney and Hasbro to make what they hope will be an instant success here in the States.
The unfortunate truth of the video games industry is that, sometimes, thereís just too much red tape and far too many outside factors standing in the way of a beloved series getting a new entry. To that end, weíve pulled together some of our favorite series that may have officially ridden off into the sunset.
Generally the Star Wars games have oftentimes found themselves following very strict formulas about who stars in the games and what sort of games they are. But with such a diverse cast of characters maybe it's time a few other prominent but underutilized characters took the spotlight.
Director Sam Balcomb and Nerdist regular Jessica Chobot take to the live-action arena for a short-film based around Nintendo's popular action property, Metroid. The film clocks in at 11 minutes and features some really spiffy special effects.
John Carpenter revealed this week that Konami almost got sued for "ripping off" his film Escape from New York with Metal Gear Solid. He decided against a lawsuit, though, because designer Hideo Kojima is "a nice guy."†
Nintendo isn't letting the Club Nintendo concept completely die. The company is reviving the rewards program in the form of the new My Nintendo service, which will kick off with a number of other features from the Big 'N' in March of 2016, including their new Miitomo for mobile devices and the Nintendo Account service.
Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima announced the publisherís first major mobile game, and it doesnít star a mustachioed plumber or sword-wielding elf adventurer. Itís called Miitomo and, as far as we can tell, itís more of a social app than a standard game.
Itís hard to believe, but 2016 is right around the corner and with it comes 12 monthsí worth of brand new games we simply canít wait to get our hands on. Hereís a rundown of the top 10 games weíre most excited to play next year.
Nintendo revealed today that Super Mario Maker will be getting a major update in a matter of days. This free patch, scheduled for November 4th, will introduce a few features to make your platforming and building experience smoother.
Red Fly Studio was once working on a Darth Maul video game. The project was cancelled years ago but the developer is hoping that Disney will allow them to revive it.
Shigeru Miyamoto is a legendary designer credited with creating Mario and Legend of Zelda among many other franchises. I'm sure glad he wasn't in charge of GoldenEye 007, though.
It looks like Wii U gamers are getting a Halloween treat from Nintendo this week, with Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition arriving on the eShop just in time for the spookiest night of the year.
A real life Pokemon gym is opening in Japan next month, finally offering fans of the beloved monster catching series a chance to step foot in a location that has been a series staple since the very beginning.
It kind of seems like a long time in the making but Activision has finally jumped in on the eSports bandwagon. The company announced today that they have a very specific division dedicated to the company's budding eSports presence.