Recent Pokémon GO developments have inspired me to try the app again… Turns out it’s still as broken as I remember it.Read More
Nintendo has unveiled a new low-cost version of the 3DS that plays games in 2D. It will be released in the UK on October 12th for £109.99, according to pricing by GAME. This is probably one of the more confusing product decisions we've seen from the company in recent times, including the Wii-U.
Nintendo have announced Pokémon X and Y, the next instalments of the massively popular series, coming to 3DS worldwide in October. These are the first entries to be fully 3D, a dream amongst many-a-trainer.
A 90-second trailer has been released in which our beloved friend Pikachu, standing on top of what looks like the Eiffel tower, seemingly electrocutes the entire planet, presumably to zap some teaser game footage into our heads.
Hot on the heels of the US launch of the Wii U (we're due to get hands-on with the console this Friday), Nintendo has lifted the curtain on a brand-new redesign of its predecessor, the Wii. Named the Wii Mini, Nintendo has so far been hesitant to reveal territories it will go on sale, with only a Canadian release on December 7 thus far confirmed. Still, just in time for the holidays, it's a pretty neat package.
It’s been a long time coming, but today Nintendo finally lifted the lid on the proposed release date of its latest home console, the Wii U. Retail prices have since followed, raising more than a few eyebrows...
So the Nintendo 3DS XL has been gathering promotional momentum in the portable gaming market. But it seems the excitement has got to HMV, as they have put up ads in their stores promoting a version of the console which doesn't actually exist.
As videogame collections go, few would be able to match this frankly staggering listing by eBay seller collectors_king (a well-deserved moniker, if ever there was one). In full, the sale includes all games ever released for Nintendo home systems (from the Famicom to Gamecube), all games ever released for Sega systems, and every single game for NEC systems – all ‘factory sealed’. And now, it has sold, for a truly staggering €999,999.99 with €1,000 shipping charge.
The last of the 'big three' press conferences is almost upon us. Set to deliver where last year's E3 confused Wii U announcement did not, Nintendo has to come onto the E3 2012 stage with purpose, a demonstrable intelligence for its audience and, most importantly, with a desire to entertain from the get go.Read More
Wii U. To you and I, Wii U may just appear to be two meaningless, mono-syllabic terms seemingly conjured up from the most uncreative product marketers and head honchos at the games industry's most cherished company.Read More
Blow the dust out of the carts you stashed in the loft, as accessories manufacturer Hyperkin has released and commenced shipping the Supaboy: a handheld SNES, making for possibly the best portable console money could buy.
For those uninitiated, Michael Pachter is a high profile gaming research analyst who provides opinions and predictions as to how the video game market will metaphorically swell and fade.
I have nothing against the man himself, I think his Twitter argument with Jamie Kennedy was hilarious. There is, however, one issue. Built upon the foundations of a business M.B.A and years of credibility gaining with Forbes, what you find is someone who has managed to make a worthwhile living through either stating the obvious or being wrong.