Metroid and Animal Crossing in unexpected forms
Nintendo's E3 Digital Event has concluded after the usual hype and build up, and as expected it contained a number of surprising twists. Some of our predictions were on the right track, but Nintendo also left out some releases and IPs that were much anticipated while, intriguingly, other brands we...
Costume Mario also revealed
Nintendo's E3 Digital Event just wrapped up for another year and sure enough new information has emerged regarding the upcoming Wii U title, Super Mario Maker. Firstly, the game will be released on 11th September. This launch aligns with the 2015 celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Mario Bros. series. During a...
It is time
The time is here. Nintendo's E3 Digital Event is ready for broadcast, and we're excited about potential Wii U and 3DS blockbusters set to be revealed. Expect games, humour, amiibo and more. Join us for the action! [liveblog=live_lets_watch_nintendos_e3_digital_event_-_live]#NintendoE3
Franchise comebacks, Star Fox details and much more
The build-up is almost over and Nintendo's Digital Event is just hours away. After E3 leaks last week this broadcast appears to have escaped too many leaks, and as a result anticipation is starting to build nicely. We've had shots fired by Microsoft, Sony and third-party Media
Additional footage and Mega Evolutions also shown
Today's Nintendo Digital Event has unveiled new details in relation to the upcoming Pokémon Omega Ruby & Pokémon Alpha Sapphire games for the Nintendo 3DS. Firstly, the release date for the upcoming games were revealed. Unlike the launch of Pokémon X & Y, Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire...
The time has come
After all of the hype and build up, we can finally sit back and enjoy the Nintendo Digital Event, the announcement centrepiece for the big N at E3 2014. Watch with us for all the exciting reveals. [liveblog=e3_2014_nintendo]#E3 #Nintendo
Hype train incoming
The Nintendo Digital Event is just hours away, which means forged MK8 DLC images and many more besides that we've ignored will be consigned to another year of irrelevance. Nintendo will lay out its major projects for the remainder of 2014 and, we suspect, one or two of the biggest titles of 2015. With its current gen rivals in a...