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Horror fans gaming on Nintendo’s handheld console might soon have a new reason to boot up their 3DS on dark, stormy nights as an ESRB rating makes it look like the original Corpse Party could be coming West.
No matter how well you think you know the Super Mario Bros. series, there’s still a secret or two waiting to be discovered. Take, for instance, a really rare animation in Super Mario Bros. 3 that boasts an adorable scene of Mario sliding on his back.
Nintendo took Super Mario Maker in a very different direction from what gamers might be used to: they put it into the realm of the education and learning system to help teach kids about level design concepts and the cohesive fundamentals to make fun games.
Nintendo's upcoming Star Fox Zero is gearing up for release exclusively on the Wii U starting April 21. The game has undergone some slight frame-rate testing ahead of its release courtesy of Digital Foundry, and what they found was rather interesting.
The Super Mario Bros. series has had a long, storied run, with 20 years' worth of games combining to offer a ridiculous number of levels full of platforming goodness. But which of those levels have been the most difficult? That's the focus of a fun new video currently making its round through the internet.
This is likely one of the most unsurprising pieces of news this week. In a move that caught no one off guard, Nintendo's lawyers have issued a cease and desist to the two developers who remade the original Legend of Zelda as a 3D browser-based game.
Developers Niantic are taking the next step in the development process for Pokemon GO by expanding the regions where they will be field testing the augmented reality game. Those living in Australia and New Zealand can now join in on the action.
Two fans of Legend of Zelda and game designing enthusiasts managed to recreate the original Legend of Zelda in the browser using WebGL. The game is playable right now and allows players to experience the original NES title in 3D from the comfort of your browser.
Analogue is a company that makes specialized Nintendo-themed consoles that can play NES cartridges from the U.S., Europe and Japan. The company's latest rendition of the region-free console, called the Analogue Nt, is a 24-karat gold NES that carries a price tag of $5,000.
It was previously reported that Nintendo and the Pokemon Company would reveal some new footage of Pokemon Sun and Moon on April 3rd during a Japanese variety show. Well, they unveiled footage that was new to Japanese viewers, but it was not new to everyone else in the rest of the world.
Yesterday marked the launch of the long-awaited first gaming app of Nintendo, called Miitomo. While downloads have exceeded three million, as reported by Nintendo, it’s easy to understand why so many people are interested to try it out. Rather than a mobile game, which is what it was first originally dubbed by Nintendo, Miitomo is more of an elaborate social media app.
Following last week’s DLC details blowout for the two versions of Hyrule Warriors, we now have one additional piece of info concerning the game’s summer plans. It looks like the console and portable versions of Hyrule Warriors are getting a DLC character from the beloved Link’s Awakening.
Nintendo has been keeping the lid on their Pokemon games due out this year. They haven't been showing a lot of footage or promotional material for the upcoming titles, and only just recently did they release some new screenshots for Pokemon GO. Well, the highly anticipated and newly announced titles, Pokemon Sun and Moon, will receive its first gameplay footage soon.
You know what this world needs? More Pokemon, of course. Thankfully, we’ll soon be able to capture the little critters no matter where we go as Pokemon Go preps for its mobile launch. And now we’ve even got some additional details and a couple of images of the game in action, too.
Not too long ago, CinemaBlend ran a breaking news piece about an alleged leaked image of the new Nintendo NX. The image showed a controller with what looked like a screen over it, and many people did speculate that it was fake and others cried if it was the real thing—not many people enjoyed the design. But now, new information has revealed that the leaked image was actually fake.