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News: Here's A Fascinating Look At The Design Process Behind Bayonetta's Nintendo Themed Costumes

Here's A Fascinating Look At The Design Process Behind Bayonetta's Nintendo Themed Costumes

Finding common ground

Platinum Games really went all out with their port of the original Bayonetta to the Wii U. Giving Bayonetta the ability to cosplay as Princess Peach, Daisy, Link, and Samus Aran was a nice touch for Nintendo fans. The Mushroom Kingdom themed outfits replace combo-closing power strikes with Bowser's limbs, the Link costume...

News: Former President Of Silicon Knights Announces New Entertainment Company, QE2

Former President Of Silicon Knights Announces New Entertainment Company, QE2

Will the spiritual successor to Eternal Darkness finally be released?

Dennis Dyack, former president of the now defunct Canadian-based developer, Silicon Knights, has announced the formation of a new entertainment company titled, Quantum Entanglement Entertainment Inc., also abbreviated to,“QE2.” The new company will focus on the development of...

News: Electronic Super Joy: Groove City Bringing Mayhem To The Wii U eShop

Electronic Super Joy: Groove City Bringing Mayhem To The Wii U eShop

Help JoJo reclaim her Laser-Nipples!

Michael Todd revealed today that he'll be bringing a port of his mischievous platformer Electronic Super Joy: Groove City to the Wii U eShop soon. The game has already received many positive ratings within the Steam community so it should be one to watch out for. The basic plot of the game involves a gia

Nintendo 64x64: Donkey Kong 64

Donkey Kong 64

A divisive DK outing where the character's transition to 3D split fans' opinions. Plot, graphics, locations, and handling all do a DK game justice and are not faulted. However, it suffers from over-collectablitus, causing some tedious gameplay. DKC games had an addictive simplicity - offering challenge in a far more rewarding way which is lost...

Video: I ♥ Virtual Console - Monster Party Is The Wackiest Halloween Classic You'll Never Play

I ♥ Virtual Console - Monster Party Is The Wackiest Halloween Classic You'll Never Play

This NES classic deserves another lease of life - or should that be death?

Halloween is upon us, and while children all over the globe get themselves ready to don horrible costumes and harass their neighbours for candy, we're taking a look at a spooky old NES classic which really should be on the Virtual Console on a day like today. Monster Party...

News: Another Minecraft Clone, Cube Creator 3D Coming To 3DS eShop

Another Minecraft Clone, Cube Creator 3D Coming To 3DS eShop

Big John Games enters the fray

The race to create a compelling Minecraft clone for a Nintendo console is on and now Big John Games has revealed that it will be jumping on the blocky bandwagon with Cube Creator 3D for the 3DS eShop. The game is due to hit the eShop early next year, however Big John Games do hope to have a demo ready for December so...

News: Sounds Like Super Smash Bros. Director Masahiro Sakurai Sure Could Use A Break

Sounds Like Super Smash Bros. Director Masahiro Sakurai Sure Could Use A Break

Somebody give this man a medal

Fans of Super Smash Bros. will already know just how much effort series head Masahiro Sakurai puts into developing Nintendo’s all-star franchise, but that hasn't stopped the passionate game maker from talking about how he balances his private life with the full-force development cycle of the Smash series. In his...

News: Moving Player Announces Game Adaptation And Publishing Program “Xport” For Indie Developers

Moving Player Announces Game Adaptation And Publishing Program “Xport” For Indie Developers

Rakoo’s Adventure for Wii U also revealed

With Cosmophony for Wii U now available to the masses, Moving Player is looking towards a bigger and brighter future with its latest announcement at Game Connection Europe 2014; a console game adaption and publishing program for indie developers. The new program known as "Xport", allows indie developers...

News: Walmart Display Shows Us Which amiibo Are Compatible With Mario Kart 8, and More

Walmart Display Shows Us Which amiibo Are Compatible With Mario Kart 8, and More

Smashing up the tracks

It's no secret that many of the amiibo figurines already revealed will work across a range of compatible software titles, and now a recently-discovered Wal-Mart promotional display has shed some light on which are set for use in Mario Kart 8. Nintendo Force editor Lucas Thomas managed to grab a picture detailing a list of...

News: Moscow Mural Replaces Crimea With Super Mario

Moscow Mural Replaces Crimea With Super Mario

Nintendo's icon spreads a positive message

Buildings are often used as giant canvasses to spread a message, and while this is mostly general advertising, it's not too uncommon to see a political statement splashed boldly onto a highly visible location. One 19th century residence in Moscow however proudly carries a depiction of Mario himself!...

News: Collectors Be Warned, Some amiibo Figures Will Be "Limited-Time" Offers

Collectors Be Warned, Some amiibo Figures Will Be "Limited-Time" Offers

Gotta catch 'em all!

It's not long until we can get our grubby mitts on Nintendo's attractive looking range of amiibo figures. If you are something of a collector however you might want to hit that preorder button now, as some amiibos may quickly become quite rare. During a recent investors briefing Nintendo's Satoru Iwata spelt out clearly that...

Review: Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance (Wii U eShop / Game Boy Advance)

Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance (Wii U eShop / Game Boy Advance)

A perfect harmony?

The Wii U eShop is becoming an embarrassment of riches, with a robust library of indie titles complemented by a growing lineup of strong Virtual Console games. Konami's Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance is the second of three Castlevania titles released on the Game Boy Advance, and while it controls and plays similarly to its...

Review: Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (Wii U eShop / Super Nintendo)

Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (Wii U eShop / Super Nintendo)

The ape escape

Rare managed to do something incredible with Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong-Quest; it took the well refined gameplay and style of the first Donkey Kong Country game and made it even better. This second entry in the series features gameplay almost identical to its predecessor’s, but this time everything’s been streamlined...

News: Curve Digital Talks Over Stealth Inc 2, Wii U Releases and Fluidity

Curve Digital Talks Over Stealth Inc 2, Wii U Releases and Fluidity

A Fluidity Wii U title was pitched, but never happened

Curve Digital — or Curve Studios in its development guise — is particularly busy with the Wii U at the moment. This week it releases Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones as an exclusive on the home console, while it's publishing a range of enticing ports on the system, with Lone Survivor: The...

News: Nexis Games Launches Kickstarter For Minecraft Clone, UCraft Today

Nexis Games Launches Kickstarter For Minecraft Clone, UCraft Today

Developer needs to dig a little deeper for funding

We like to keep an eye on Kickstarter here at Nintendo Life, as it's helped some pretty fantastic projects to get off the ground in the past. Today, news has emerged that the outspoken developer behind UCraft has taken to crowd-funding in order to see the title through to completion. Nexis games...