Now, listen — we know a lot of you don't like it when we write about Oscar winner Brie Larson's ongoing relationship with Nintendo. We get it. We're all a little bit lactose intolerant, too. But, much like you only have yourself to blame if you finish off an entire tub of Häagen-Dazs, we really can't be held responsible for you...
Hideo Kojima slated to win "Best Friend"
The Game Awards are like nerd Christmas, and Geoff Keighley is Santa Claus. He's also the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy, and he's replacing your dad, and the voice in your head, too. He's everywhere these days, after all: Summer Game Fest, Gamescom, that one
Neither do we
Pietro is a divisive chap. His house in New Leaf looked like a murder-carnival, and his description on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp says that most people are "creeped out by his whole deal". Yet, he still has his fans, and they love him very much, even if the rest of the world doesn't. [image
This ve-gone DLC will now be-gone
Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game came out today, almost ten years since its initial release. Fans have been going mad for it, with "Scott Pilgrim" currently trending on Twitter. But original graphic novel creator, Bryan Lee O'Malley, revealed that the game originally had a special DLC planned, until it was cut...
The stars show off why Switch is the must-have console
You could argue that any money Nintendo spends on marketing the Switch this Christmas is a waste, given that the console is selling like hotcakes and awareness is already super-high, but it's worth remembering that the hybrid system now has two next-gen rivals to contend with – and with that...
It's one of the hamsters
Yesterday, The Witcher actor Henry Cavill sent the internet wild when he posted an Instagram video of himself building his very own gaming PC. Now, a YouTube video uploaded by Captain Marvel star Brie Larson is doing the rounds online. It showcases her new island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Unfortunately, she's had to...
Perfectly reasonable, if you ask us
Those of you who positively love moaning about the fact that we cover Brie Larson way too much here at Nintendo Life are going to get a kick out of this story, because the Academy Award-winning actor – famous for her roles in Captain Marvel, 21 Jump Street and Room (as we
Might be quicker to list who's NOT playing it
Animal Crossing: New Horizons took over the world when it launched in March 2020. Aided in no small part by the movement restrictions enforced worldwide to curtail the spread of COVID-19, players all over the planet have found themselves with plenty of time on their hands to enjoy the latest entry in...
She's an original fan after all
We've already heard how the Captain Marvel star and Oscar winner Brie Larson would like to play Samus Aran in a Metroid movie, and now in an interview with People.com, she's been as
Welcome to the club!
Captain Marvel and Kong: Skull Island star Brie Larson has proven time and time again that she's a fan of Nintendo's work - she once suggested that she'd like to make a Metroid movie and was even spotted fangirling over Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser - and that trend is now continuing with the upcoming release
"I love Nintendo"
No matter how famous people become, it's always nice to see how they can still become normal, grounded people when the time is right – like when you're approached by the president of one of your favourite games companies and asked which character you prefer in Luigi's Mansion 3. (That kind of thing happens all the time to us mere...
We'd give it a watch
If there's one Nintendo franchise that has the potential to create a genuinely good movie, it's Metroid; with the space wars, aliens, and a lone, mysterious hero at its core, the series seems like a decent fit for a silver screen adaptation. Of course, we've already heard that the Metal Gear movie director Jordan Vogt-Roberts...