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Review: Mighty Final Fight (3DS eShop / NES)

Mighty Final Fight (3DS eShop / NES)

Haggard by time or as mighty as ever?

Originally released for the NES in 1993, Mighty Final Fight is a home console spin-off of the original arcade classic, Final Fight. Interestingly, it came out a year after the technically superior home console port that appeared on the SNES and, furthermore, is quite a departure from the other games in the...

News: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Update Includes Adjustments to "Balance the Game"

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Update Includes Adjustments to "Balance the Game"

Must be downloaded to play online

Though it lacks the Tourneys that are coming to the home console iteration, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS has one of the most substantial online setups available on the portable, with multiple modes and the ability to watch and bet on other matches. Due to the relative complexity of the game, its online...

Review: Castlevania: Circle of the Moon (Wii U eShop / Game Boy Advance)

Castlevania: Circle of the Moon (Wii U eShop / Game Boy Advance)

Over the moon

Konami's Castlevania has changed directions in recent years, with the Lords of Shadow titles polarizing fans of the long-running series. That's why fans of the "Metroidvania" outings should flock to the Wii U eShop and download the Game Boy Advance Castlevania titles, which feature the series' signature exploration-based, semi-linear...

News: You'll Be Able To Explore The Artistic Imagination Of An 8-Year-Old In Wii U Title Child's Mind

You'll Be Able To Explore The Artistic Imagination Of An 8-Year-Old In Wii U Title Child's Mind

The result is "Marble Madness meets Jetpack Joyride"

Christian Sanders has an 8-year-old son, and like so many children of this delicate age, he loves to doodle. However, the crude creations committed to paper by Sanders' offspring are destined for a greater purpose than simply being stuck on the wall — they form the basis of Child's Mind, a title...

Review: Namco Museum (Wii U eShop / Game Boy Advance)

Namco Museum (Wii U eShop / Game Boy Advance)

Does it deserve to be exhibited on your Wii U?

Originally released for the Game Boy Advance in 2001, Namco Museum is part of a long-running series (which goes by the same name) that saw regular releases over a 15-year period all the way up until 2010. This game is a compilation, featuring five classic arcade games: Ms. PAC-MAN, Galaga, Galaxian,...

News: Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire to Be Available in an Exclusive Dual Pack

Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire to Be Available in an Exclusive Dual Pack

Available exclusively in North America from Best Buy and Amazon

Nintendo has announced that a new retail pack containing both versions of Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire will be available in North America on the game's release date, 21st November. The dual pack will retail for a total of $79.98, and the RRP for a single copy is $39.99...

Nintendo 64x64: Top Gear Rally

Top Gear Rally

As a rally racer, TGR was not alone on the N64. Yet it stood shoulders above the competition. Its copious variables really added longevity; taking time to become skilled enough to be an expert, whether racing in snow or choosing the right suspension. Graphically impressive with excellent course layouts and locations: Strip Mine a personal...

Video: An Introduction To The Wild And Wacky Cast Of Bayonetta 2

An Introduction To The Wild And Wacky Cast Of Bayonetta 2

Don't know your Loki from your Lumen Sage? Watch this

Bayonetta 2 is finally out, and as Nintendo fans, it may be highly possible that you haven't played the original game and therefore may be a little confused about who all these characters are. We've sorted you out with a short primer on who's who in this unusual world of Demons, Angels, Witches...

News: Bayonetta 2 Kicks Into The Top 10 in UK Charts

Bayonetta 2 Kicks Into The Top 10 in UK Charts

55% of Just Dance sales on Wii and, no, we didn't forget a U

Bayonetta 2 arrived on Wii U last week, and it appears to have enjoyed a solid start in the UK market. The chart results released today confirmed that the brilliant Platinum Games action title was the most successful new release; it managed 7th place in the all-format chart and an...

Nintendo Download: 30th October (Europe)

30th October (Europe)

Stealth Inc 2, Shin Megami Tensei IV, Rare DK treats and much more

With this coming weekend being the spookiest of the year, the latest Nintendo Download Update details for Europe show us that the big N's keen to keep us all entertained in the safety of our own homes, avoiding the ghouls outside. This week is packed with new titles on Wii U and 3DS,...

Video: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Opening Cinematic Revealed

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Opening Cinematic Revealed

The start of something beautiful...

The opening cinematic to a new game is something that can give gamers the butterflies, and the crème de la crème of anticipated intros has finally been revealed by Nintendo — via IGN. The new Super Smash Bros. for Wii U opening movie, as expected, has us greeted by a host of Nintendo all-stars showing off...

News: Shigeru Miyamoto Introduces His Pikmin Short Films in Tokyo

Shigeru Miyamoto Introduces His Pikmin Short Films in Tokyo

Details over release on Nintendo systems still unconfirmed

Not long ago we shared the news that Shigeru Miyamoto was preparing to unveil three Pikmin short films at the Tokyo International Film Festival. That takes place in the coming week, and Miyamoto-san has begun to talk more about the project ahead of the short films having their world...

Video: Did You Know Gaming Tackles Donkey Kong Once Again

Did You Know Gaming Tackles Donkey Kong Once Again

The Rare years

Rare's Donkey Kong titles have recently been making their way onto the Wii U eShop in Europe — and hopefully will do so soon in North America — making it a good time to look back on the franchise. Whether that timing was part of its consideration or not, we do have Did You Know Gaming returning to the DK IP in its latest video...

Review: Ballpoint Universe: Infinite (Wii U eShop)

Ballpoint Universe: Infinite (Wii U eShop)

Scribbles and bits

Creatively, the world of Ballpoint Universe: Infinite possesses an enchantingly bizarre kind of beauty that sets it apart. It truly feels like a tribute to the underappreciated act of doodling, where both mind and pen wander to create wide, rolling swaths of who knows what. This is only the visual part of Ballpoint’s design,...

Nintendo 64x64: Jet Force Gemini

Jet Force Gemini

Rare again with another original title: wonderful visuals, addictive gameplay and atmospheric soundtrack. You're the JFG team, attempting to thwart antagonist Mizar and his insect army. As a third-person shooter, it showed another string to Rare's bow and was very popular. Personally, a least-favourite Rare N64 outing, having awkward controls and...

Poll: Buying Bayonetta 2 - eShop Convenience or Battling for Copies in Stores?

Buying Bayonetta 2 - eShop Convenience or Battling for Copies in Stores?

Many stores apparently selling out

Bayonetta 2 has now arrived on Wii U, available on the eShop and, of course, in stores. Yet a quick look on social networks suggests that plenty are struggling to get hold of the game in high street stores, with various retailers apparently selling out of stock. What's going on? It can mean multiple things...