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News: Yooka-Laylee Hit The $1 Million Point Faster Than Any Other Game In The History Of Kickstarter

Yooka-Laylee Hit The $1 Million Point Faster Than Any Other Game In The History Of Kickstarter

On course to be the UK's biggest gaming Kickstarter campaign, too

Playtonic's Yooka-Laylee reached the $1 million marker faster than any other game on Kickstarter, it has been revealed. The campaign smashed its initial funding goal of £175,000 in less than 40 minutes, and by the end of its first full day had

News: iOS Title Catch The Rabbit Sure Does Remind Us Of Something

iOS Title Catch The Rabbit Sure Does Remind Us Of Something

Dang Nabbit

Another week, another smartphone title that shamelessly pillages from Nintendo's back catalogue. This time, it's an iOS release by the name of Catch the Rabbit, which showcases "a mischievous rabbit" who has "stolen all the golden fruits." The aim is to catch the rabbit by "jumping from platform to platform without falling". Take a...

News: Mario Kart 8 Passes Five Million Sales and eShop Download Numbers Continue to Rise

Mario Kart 8 Passes Five Million Sales and eShop Download Numbers Continue to Rise

The latest sales figures for the biggest Wii U and 3DS games

Nintendo has today unveiled its annual financial results, which brought higher than expected profits for the company. Various other snippets of information were included in the announcements, including a breakdown of sales numbers for the biggest games on Wii U and 3DS. The most notable...

News: Project Giant Robot Will Be Out Sooner Than You Probably Expect

Project Giant Robot Will Be Out Sooner Than You Probably Expect

Yes, it is still a thing

Remember Project Giant Robot? It was shown off at last year's E3 but has dropped off the radar entirely since then, which has made some - us included - fear for its future. However, Nintendo has outlined its 2015 software plans and Project Giant Robot is still in there - and we may get to play it sooner than you think...

News: Nintendo Suggests That Additional DLC for Mario Kart 8 and Super Smash Bros. Will Keep Us Playing

Nintendo Suggests That Additional DLC for Mario Kart 8 and Super Smash Bros. Will Keep Us Playing

Hints at more MK8 extras

Nintendo has released its financial results for the past year, which brought stronger profits than expected despite sales being down; the results are testament to a leaner, meaner Nintendo. It's predicting more profits in the coming year, though the 3DS family in particular is expected to decline. Yet in its section...

News: Nintendo Announces Higher Than Expected Profits Despite Missed Sales Targets

Nintendo Announces Higher Than Expected Profits Despite Missed Sales Targets

"A gaming application for smart devices" to help improve revenue

Nintendo has today revealed its financial results for the 2014 / 2015 year, which have delivered profits as expected from its previous projections in its Q3 results. The results are an improvement over the projections previously given, primarily due to yen depreciation and streamlined...

News: Pokémon Brand Retail Sales Hit $2 Billion in 2014, With Lifetime Series Game Sales at Over 270 Million

Pokémon Brand Retail Sales Hit $2 Billion in 2014, With Lifetime Series Game Sales at Over 270 Million

Truly super effective

Pokémon is a bit of a big deal; that's news to absolutely no-one. It's a brand that's sustained impressive levels of sales and interest even in tricky and evolving times, still proving hugely successful on the 3DS while also releasing a host of spin-offs and - yes - smart device apps. It makes an awful lot of money, too. In...

Review: Titanic Mystery (3DS eShop)

Titanic Mystery (3DS eShop)

My heart can't go on

If you aren't some form of malicious AI bent on revenge against humanity, then the idea of mixing puzzle gameplay together with tragic events might not make very much sense. It's a strange combination that has "honoured" the RMS Titanic in particular with several different examples, and we've pondered both the implications and...

News: High Strangeness is Out Now on Wii U in North America and is, Well, Strange

High Strangeness is Out Now on Wii U in North America and is, Well, Strange

Launch trailer sums it up nicely

Midnight City is a publisher with an eye for quirky experiences, and may be familiar to Wii U owners through its publishing of Double Fine's Costume Quest 2 on the system. It's now stepped up with High Strangeness, developed by Barnyard Intelligence Games. It's described as "a hybrid of 8 and 16 bit games - a 12 bit...

Video: Step Inside Classic Home Video Games Author Brett Weiss' Room of Doom

Step Inside Classic Home Video Games Author Brett Weiss' Room of Doom

The ultimate man-cave?

Author Brett Weiss has written several highly respected books on the history of the video game industry, and unsurprisingly has managed to amass a pretty awesome collection of consoles and systems over the past few decades. iretrogamer.com - a new YouTube venture from occasional Nintendo contributor Tyler Esposito - was lucky...

Gallery: Splatoon Development Updates Bring Fashion, amiibo, Game Modes and More Paper

Splatoon Development Updates Bring Fashion, amiibo, Game Modes and More Paper

Let's warm up for Splatoon Direct

It's been over a month since we collated updates from Splatoon Tumblr page, which brings translated snippets of information and colourful screens from the development team in Japan. They always bring us fashion, often include looks at modes and gameplay, while also providing lowdowns on various ink-splatting...

Video: Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush Launch Trailer Brings a Colourful Clay Overload

Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush Launch Trailer Brings a Colourful Clay Overload

Finally arrives in PAL territories this week

Gamers in North America have been able to tackle Kirby and the Rainbow Curse on the Wii U for some time, wearing out GamePad touch screens in the latest HAL title starring the pink puffball. Its journey to PAL regions - as Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush - has taken longer, but it's finally due this week...