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News: New Instalment In The Popular Fatal Frame Franchise Coming To Wii U

New Instalment In The Popular Fatal Frame Franchise Coming To Wii U

A match made in heaven...or hell!

A new entry in Tecmo Koei's Fatal Frame horror series is coming to Wii U with collaboration from Nintendo, Famitsu reports today. No release date or final title have been revealed, but this announcement alone is enough to send Fatal Frame fans into a tizzy. The last entry in the series, Grasshopper Manufacture's...

Nintendo Download: 24th April (Europe)

24th April (Europe)

NES Remix returns, Yoshi on GBA, Yumi by another name and more

A day later than normal due to a Holiday Monday, we finally have this week's Nintendo Download information for Europe. We've got a Wii U sequel to a popular remix, more GBA goodness, a mix of good and not-so-good on the 3DS and a new DSiWare title. Plenty to consider, so let's get into...

News: Popup Dungeon and Hover: Revolt of Gamers Both Join The Kickstarter Ranks

Popup Dungeon and Hover: Revolt of Gamers Both Join The Kickstarter Ranks

Both campaigns promise Wii U support if $100,000 stretch goals are reached

Two of the most promising potential Wii U Kickstarter campaigns are now in full swing this week. With $100,000 stretch goals for Wii U support in both projects, let's take a look. Texas-based studio Triple.B.Titles brings us Popup Dungeon, "a roguelike papercraft RPG that...

Review: NES Remix 2 (Wii U eShop)

NES Remix 2 (Wii U eShop)

Electric boogaloo

Shortly before the end of 2013 Nintendo suddenly surprised us — during a Nintendo Direct, it announced and then immediately released NES Remix, a very unusual but, we thought, very fun collection of small challenges based on various games from Nintendo's NES catalogue. A few months later and, in a different Nintendo Direct,...

Talking Point: The Game Boy is 25 Years Old, and Deserves Its Place in Gaming History

The Game Boy is 25 Years Old, and Deserves Its Place in Gaming History

Nintendo's most vital triumph

Today's an important day, and we imagine a large celebration cake has been purchased for Nintendo HQ in Kyoto. The Game Boy was released 25 years ago today in Japan, and it was a system that — perhaps unlike any other — defined and set Nintendo on its path to being a successful multi-billion dollar corporation...

Feature: A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Thirty Four

A Week of Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS Screens - Issue Thirty Four

Greninja! Gerudo Valley! Smash Run! More!

It's a Holiday Monday, but Super Smash Bros. development never rests (we assume). We're also not going to let anything like a pesky holiday get in the way of our regular Miiverse summary, either. Last week wasn't quite as amazing as the week before for one simple reason — it didn't have a new Nintendo...

Review: Atlantic Quest (3DS eShop)

Atlantic Quest (3DS eShop)

Aquatic amusements

All prefaces about there being too many match-three puzzle games available on the 3DS eShop have been exhausted. While it still rings true that there is an overabundance of them on the digital marketplace, there's no use beating the dead horse that this genre and joke have become. The fact is that people love tile matching games,...

Feature: The Nintendo Easter Egg Hunt - 2014

The Nintendo Easter Egg Hunt - 2014

Not literally, please understand...

Last year we celebrated Easter Sunday with The Nintendo Easter Egg Hunt, so it's only polite that we do so once again. While getting from start to finish is part of the challenge in any game, finding its quirky secrets is a whole other aspect worth exploring. Last year we gave you six 'Easter Eggs' to consider...

Month Of Kirby: Minigame Mania

Minigame Mania

Look cute, lose friends

Kirby’s now comfortably over twenty years old at this point; HAL’s pink puffball is firmly entrenched in gamer’s minds as a Nintendo icon and the star of many, many games. When he’s not off saving Dreamland from the gluttonous King DeDeDe or going toe-to-toe with Mario in the latest Super Smash Bros., however, Kirby...

Review: My First Songs (Wii U eShop)

My First Songs (Wii U eShop)

Hickory Dickory Don't!

We all had high hopes for My First Songs, with fifteen of the most legendary nursery rhymes of all time finally together in one package. Bangkok-based developer RingZero Game Studio brings us this hotly-anticipated karaoke title just in time for your tax refund shopping spree — alas, My First Songs is not quite a Yankee...

Review: Bit Boy!! ARCADE (3DS eShop)

Bit Boy!! ARCADE (3DS eShop)

Kubi, you blockhead...

It's been almost five years since Bit Boy!! graced the WiiWare service, providing a generation-spanning adventure through the history of video games. Unfortunately the execution of that game was middling at best, leaving a great concept — the guiding of a single hero on a nostalgia-tinged journey through the past — sorely...

Poll: Have Your Say on Nintendo Direct Bonanzas and Single Game Demonstrations

Have Your Say on Nintendo Direct Bonanzas and Single Game Demonstrations

Tomodachi Life and Super Smash Bros. delivered buzz

Nintendo sure knows how to play with our expectations. After a month had passed from its February Direct broadcast we were left guessing on when the next would come along, and logical predictions passed without any results. We waited and wondered what was happening while Nintendo maintained its...

Video: Nintendo Now Shows Kirby's Super Cute Side in New Triple Deluxe Trailer

Nintendo Now Shows Kirby's Super Cute Side in New Triple Deluxe Trailer

D'awwwwww

In recent times Nintendo has been releasing new trailers for Kirby: Triple Deluxe that show off the mascot's various characteristics, such as being mischievous or disturbingly powerful. The latest example taps into one of the pink ball's strongest abilities — super-duper cuteness. For those of us that love Kirby games, part of the...

News: Nintendo Joining the White House for its 2014 Easter Egg Roll

Nintendo Joining the White House for its 2014 Easter Egg Roll

Yolks like fun

The Easter Egg Roll, taking place this year on Monday, 21st April, is a time-honoured tradition in which children use long-handled spoons to race their ovoids down the South Lawn of the White House. It should come as no surprise that Nintendo would want in on the fun this year, as the event practically begs for a tie-in with Yoshi's...