If you need help making some tough decisions, here are some of the best-looking and most interesting figures, just in case you've got limited shelf space or a limited budget. You're not alone here at amiibo Anonymous.
Super Mario Maker is an interesting new plaything from Nintendo that will allow you to create your very own Mario levels. Nintendo's latest trailer showcases the game and a few more of its lesser-known features, giving an overview of the game for players who might still be a little confused as to what, exactly, you can do with it.
According to a new interview with Examiner via GameSpot, Nintendo of America's Scott Moffitt came forward to explain why, exactly, we won't be seeing these franchises popping up every year a la Call of Duty or Assassin's Creed nowadays.
The Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden demo went live on the Nintendo 3DS eShop over the weekend, but youíll have to do a bit of work if you want to actually track the thing down. Itís worth the effort, though, boasting four fighters, a collection of assist characters and five stages that give you an idea of the solid fighting action fans can expect out of the full release come Oct. 23.
Got all the current amiibo figures preordered? Good. Get ready for the next wave. Nintendo has announced the official next wave of amiibo figures we can expect to see in stores as of September 11
Comcept recently delayed their Kickstarter game Mighty No. 9. This was originally reported by Game Informer after Gamestop notified them that the release window for the game was pushed to a tentative date, indicating that the game would not meet its September release. Well, Comcept has explained why the date has been pushed back.
Nintendo finally revealed part of the release date for The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes on the Nintendo 3DS. European gamers will be able to get their hands on the title beginning October 23rd, 2015. Unfortunately no date has been set for North Americans.
One of the only companies to really lay out a full list of what we can expect from them is Microsoft. Crackdown, Scalebound and Quantum Break are guaranteed to be on show. However, there are some other games and content from both Nintendo and Sony that we would also like to see on display.
Before Rare started making games for Microsoft and reviving some classics for platforms outside of Nintendo's systems, they had another title planned for release on the N64 or possibly GameCube... it would have been called Velvet Dark, a spin-off to the popular FPS on the N64, Perfect Dark.
Nintendo released a new patch for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS heading into the weekend, adding a new tournament mode, new stages, as well as some major exploit fixes.
There's always pressure with weekly recaps to convince the readers that this was the BEST WEEK EVER. Like, you can't believe what happened, guys! But honestly, you can believe what happened. Some video game companies announced some video game stuff. You'll probably care about some of it.
Well, thereís good news and bad news. Terraria is coming to the Nintendo Wii U and 3DS. Thatís good news for fans of the beloved build-it-yourself action/adventure/platforming game, and bad news for all of your free time when it arrives in early 2016.
Nintendo fans around the globe have been clamoring for The Legend of Zelda's Wii U debut for some time now. Unfortunately, it looks like they'll still be left waiting for some unspecified time in the future.
This very talented father-to-be found out that he was having another child, and a number of thoughts ran through his head, but one was the most important: How would he theme the baby's nursery?
According to Nintendo, more than 4,000 people visited the funeral of former president Satoru Iwata, an event spanning two days and hosted out of Kyoto, Japan. Iwata passed away last Saturday, July 11, succumbing to a bile duct growth that had affected his health for a number of years.