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Rumors are swirling thick and hard right now in the gaming sphere as Nintendo's new NX is being rumored to head into production for a potential summer, 2016 release. The news comes courtesy of a production order leak that indicates that Nintendo already has a production partner for the NX.
Metroid Prime: Federation Force was not received well by fans at all. In fact, they hate it... they hate it with a passion. Why? Because first off it doesn't star Samus, second it looks pretty low-quality and third, no one sees any relation to the Metroid Prime series. Well, Nintendo has hopped in to defend the new 3DS game.
Nintendo has mentioned before that they had no plans to revive F-Zero for the Wii U because they couldn't think of anything to do with it. Well, even though the Big 'N' may not have had any ideas for the game, apparently Burnout developers Criterion Games did.
Lego Dimensions looks to be exactly what you would expect out of a property mash-up game powered by those figurines everyone seems to be going crazy for these days: The classic Lego gameplay you’ve grown to know and love, but with brand new mind-bending puzzles and fantastic cameos you never saw coming.
GameStop typically steps away from older consoles a generation or two after they’ve ridden off into the sunset. As of today, however, the retailer is moving in the opposite direction, selling retro consoles and games through its online store.
One of the many new games announced for the Nintendo 3DS is Metroid Prime: Federation Force. The game was first introduced during the 2015 Nintendo World Championships but it didn't get a proper introduction until Nintendo's own E3 Direct.
XSEED Games had a huge presence at E3, upping last year’s count of four games on the showroom floor to a total of nine in 2015. Boasting titles like The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel, a pair of Senran Kagura games and a pair of titles from the Earth Defense Force series, there’s a little something for just about any type of gamer who enjoys a distinct off-the-wall Japanese flair injected into their digital entertainment.
Setting up shop in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center, the folks at Capcom brought a handful of games to show off at E3 2015, including Mega Man Legacy Collection and Street Fighter V.
Nintendo has finally ironed out the official release date for Super Mario Maker. After going through an ever-so-slight name change and getting some serious face-time at this year's Nintendo World Championships, Super Mario Maker is set to arrive this September.
During those amazing Nintendo World Championship bouts, Nintendo announced a game. Yes, in between the competitive eSports on the grand stage just before Bethesda's E3 conference got underway, the Big 'N made it known that Earthbound Beginnings was available on the Virtual Console, exclusively for the Wii U.
Two new characters are inbound for Super Smash Bros on the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Capcom's prime-time mascot for the Street Fighter series, Ryu, and Fire Emblem's Roy. The leak is quite substantial because it actually features images and gameplay footage of both characters.
YouTube is going gung-ho into the live-streaming sector for video games this summer. They've put a window on when they want the service to go live and they've done this by allowing the YouTube Gaming website to go live and give gamers a small taste of what's to come.
If you’ve grown tired of dark RPGs with brooding characters, menacing monsters and a plot thick with copious details, then Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven may be the change of pace you’ve been looking for. It’s a lighthearted, colorful SRPG romp from the folks at Marvelous Inc. and, while it suffers from a handful of drawbacks, Maiden Heaven proves to be a charming, fun distraction for the Nintendo 3DS.
Every E3, the biggest gaming companies hold press conferences to make a series of announcements. They show off gameplay demos, reveal never-before-seen games and more.