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News: Gold Nunchuk Returns To North American Club Nintendo In January

Gold Nunchuk Returns To North American Club Nintendo In January

Third time's a charm

Back in August Nintendo made a Gold Nunchuk available on Club Nintendo in North America, for those who wanted to have a bit of an Olympic feel to their Wii gaming. It really was a thing of beauty and a must have item for those with the limited edition Skyward Sword Gold Wii Remote. Naturally they were snapped up very quickly,...

News: 47,096 Perler Beads Made This Awesome Chrono Trigger Artwork

47,096 Perler Beads Made This Awesome Chrono Trigger Artwork

A labour of love

When you love a video game very much there are a number of ways in which you can express that adoration to the world. One is to simply tell anyone that will listen, while another is to create a fan-site or something similar which communicates why it's such a fantastic game. However, this imgur user decided that he wanted to do...

News: Nintendo of Europe Gives Free Retail Game to 3DS XL Owners

Nintendo of Europe Gives Free Retail Game to 3DS XL Owners

Download delights

Club Nintendo is a nice extra for Nintendo gamers, though we imagine there are a few that don't necessarily bother to go through the process of logging in and completing surveys for all of their game or hardware purchases. That may change due to a handsome new promotion for 3DS XL, as Nintendo of Europe is offering a free retail...

News: This Zelda Video is Truly Epic

This Zelda Video is Truly Epic

One of the best you'll see

We've seen some creative and clever videos over the years, with no shortage of film-making skill, that celebrate Nintendo franchises or characters. One of our favourites is this post-it Mario sequence, which used stop-motion video techniques and 7000 post-it notes — all in the name of entertainment. The talented people...

News: Hyrule Historia Picks Up New Cover and Trailer

Hyrule Historia Picks Up New Cover and Trailer

Da-da-da-daaaaaaa!

In case you don't know, The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia is a rather lovely-looking 272-page hardcover art book that celebrates the series, containing words from Shigeru Miyamoto, lots of concept art, a history of Hyrule and an officially sanctioned timeline. After envious glances towards the release in Japan earlier this...

News: Gorgeous New Fire Emblem: Awakening Art Book Coming To Japan

Gorgeous New Fire Emblem: Awakening Art Book Coming To Japan

More than just a stocking filler

The lucky citizens of Japan have been playing the epic 3DS title Fire Emblem: Awakening since April now, while in North America and Europe release details are still sketchy at best – sometime in 2013. As if gamers in Nintendo's homeland weren't fortunate enough, it’s now been revealed that Japan will be getting...

News: Harmony of a Hunter: 101% Run Available From 17th November

Harmony of a Hunter: 101% Run Available From 17th November

A must for Metroid fans

Harmony of a Hunter is a fan-produced album that celebrates the Metroid franchise, and when released it gave a more significant acknowledgement of the series' 25th Anniversary than that from Nintendo itself. A free, two-disc album with 36 tracks, it was a major undertaking that we discussed in our interview with Shinesparkers...

News: Someone Skinned Amaterasu To Make This Awesome Okami Hoodie

Someone Skinned Amaterasu To Make This Awesome Okami Hoodie

Coming to the Capcom Store soon

In celebration of the release of Okami HD (sadly not on a Nintendo platform, it must be said), Capcom is releasing this gorgeous Okami Hoodie on its online store. A Capcom Employee posted on the Capcom Unity Blog promising that the hoodies would shortly be making an appearance, so keep your eyes peeled if you really...

News: Satoru Iwata Provides the Ultimate Wii U Unboxing

Satoru Iwata Provides the Ultimate Wii U Unboxing

Shaky YouTube videos, begone!

Whenever new consoles hit the market, we see a glut of shaky-cam unboxing videos on YouTube, which we may watch out of sheer curiosity. In a surprising sequence in today's Nintendo Direct, however, Satoru Iwata provided his own video, albeit with much higher production values, which he called the Wii U Premium Pack...

News: How Many Nintendo References Can You Spot In Alphagames?

How Many Nintendo References Can You Spot In Alphagames?

Experience the alphabet in video game form

Remember when Animal Crossing met Lost in Jamais Vu? Well creator Evan Seitz is back with another slice of animated brilliance, this time fusing the alphabet with the world of video games. There are a fair few Nintendo references in there - how many can you spot?

News: These Video Game Pumpkins Are Ghoulishly Effective

These Video Game Pumpkins Are Ghoulishly Effective

Carving out a niche

There's a definite skill to carving the perfect pumpkin, but in order to make sure yours stands out from the crowd this Halloween, it's always a good idea to have some solid inspiration - and what better medium to turn to than video games? The pumpkins shown here are some of the best examples we found online, and successfully...

Feature: Nintendo Life's Quirky Wii Memories

Nintendo Life's Quirky Wii Memories

We all have them

With its successor around the corner and a six year anniversary just a few weeks away, we've shown some love for Wii this week. Despite its modest graphical power and SD output, it's outsold its rivals, made motion gaming a mainstream pastime and given us some terrific games. We've already looked back at six years of Wii and...

News: This Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Soundtrack Packaging is Rather Special

This Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Soundtrack Packaging is Rather Special

Pop up CD case, anyone?

We've been paying a lot of attention to Bravely Default: Flying Fairy here at Nintendo Life, mainly because it looks like a high quality 3DS RPG from Square Enix. With an attractive art-style and seemingly plenty of interesting gameplay to offer, we're sure that others are also keen to see a Western release. One thing that's...

News: Pokémon Train Hitting The Rails This Holiday

Pokémon Train Hitting The Rails This Holiday

In Japan, obviously

Sometimes the Western world just isn't enthusiastic enough about video games. Sure, gamers in Europe and North America in particular buy an enormous volume of video games on a yearly basis and pay plenty of cash for new consoles, but do we, in our various individual cultures, love gaming enough to have anything as awesome as this...