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A tumbleweed bounces across an empty desert road. Vultures circle overhead. In the distance, a blinding sun peeks out from behind a crag-scarred mountain, illuminating the vast expanse of emptiness below. Welcome to your weekly Nintendo downloads highlights. We’re experiencing a bit of a dry spell.
Nintendo of America has finally announced the crop of “Elite Status Gifts” for 2014, this year abandoning any physical goodies and opting instead to dish out a collection of free Wii U or 3DS games for members who have achieved Gold or Platinum status throughout the year.
Summer is a great time to adopt the pirate lifestyle, so it’s a good thing that Luffy and his crew are ready to roll in One Piece Unlimited world Red, the latest game in the long-running series about a mischievous group of scallywags and their ridiculous adventures. You can pick that up on the Nintendo Wii U and 3DS this week, and not much else.
Electronic Arts' Chief Operating Officer, Peter Moore, really let loose a bevy cache of thoughts in a recent interview, discussing and explaining why the company is moving in the direction it's currently headed in.
During E3 2014, Hashimoto sat down with Gaming Blend to discuss his new game (coming exclusively to the Nintendo 3DS this winter), what makes it similar to past Harvest Moon games, as well as what sets it apart.
Today, Nintendo will make or break their legacy for the Wii U with a roll out of some big announcements due to drop for the Wii U this fall as well as a roadmap of games set for release in the coming years.
There’s no denying that the Final Fantasy series has one of the most recognizable libraries of songs in the world of video games, including a main theme that has the ability to get many-a nostalgic RPG fan’s to claim they “have something in their eye.”
For fans of the portable ’Mo games, Pushmo and Crashmo, for the 3DS, you should be excited to learn that the series is finally making the jump to home consoles with a June 19 launch of Pushmo World on the Wii U.
Planting crops, raising livestock, forming friendships and possibly even a romance or two; it’s all in a day’s work for any title in the Harvest Moon series. Now, the spiritual successor to the much-loved life-simulator is set to hit the Nintendo 3DS later this year, it’s coming from XSEED Games, and it’s called Story of Seasons.
In Moon Chronicles, players take on the role of Major Kane, a soldier tasked with exploring a mystery ripped from the pages of Lost and Alien and forged in the fires of classic shooters like Doom and Wolfenstein.
Tomodachi Life is living up to its namesake as Nintendo today announces that every full version of the game will feature two download codes for a “Welcome Version” of the game, allowing purchasers to invite their real life tomodachis (friends) in to sample what the game has to offer.
Four new titles have been rotated in for the Club Nintendo Rewards program in May, including some old school Metroid, Mario Kart and Kirby, as well as some Brain Age goodness for those who want to give the grey matter a mild workout.
It's been about a decade since the last Mario Golf game swung onto the scene but, last week, Mario Golf: World Tour finally arrived on the 3DS, giving sports fans a whole new single player campaign to dive into, as well as a robust suite of online options. But after all this time, is World Tour worth breaking out the virtual clubs for?
Mega May continues in the House of Nintendo as both Mega Man II and Mega Man III make their way to the 3DS Virtual Console. A new game starring the Denpa Men also arrives this week, alongside some discounts from the folks at Joindots.
Golf fans have even more to look forward to on the 3DS as Nintendo announces three planned DLC packs for Mario Golf: World Tour, each offering three new courses and a new playable character.