It’s our first Loot Crate Unboxing video! This month’s theme is: The Quest, and there’s some pretty rad stuff inside – including a pretty awesome Uncharted 4 poster.
New video footage from Kirby and the Rainbow Curse has come out through the game’s Japanese website.
Nintendo‘s new amiibo line of smart toys is red hot right now, but their handling of it has been less than stellar.
Anyone shopping for gamers might be looking for some cheap stocking stuffers.
Do you know a Wii U owner and want to get them an accessory that won’t be a complete dud? Then look no further than our list of five accessories that any Wii U owner would be happy to find under the tree this year.
Amiibo figurines, serving as another holiday work horse for Nintendo, seem to have surpassed all expectations.
Today’s Nintendo Direct opened with the heavy artillery as fans were whisked away to the new and improved Termina. Other highlights included amiibo finally being elaborated on, and Splatoon‘s single player campaign.
In celebration of their 30th anniversary Naughty Dog has teamed up with Erick Scarecrow to produce a limited edition The Last of Us collectors pin set.
Update: It seems the information was in fact an unintentional leak as the page has since been taken down.
The Mario Kart 8 official website has been updated with some info how amiibo will be incorporated into the game. So far all we know is that amiibo can be used to give your personal Mii racers your amiibo character’s outfits. The following first wave amiibo have been confirmed as compatible:
Mario Luigi Yoshi Peach Donkey Kong Link Kirby Captain Falcon Samus Fox McCloud
For the record, that’s every first wave character but Villager and Marth. The update scheduling this feature seems to go live November 13, which likely means the new Mario Kart 8 [...]
The latest Nintendo Investors Meeting has come and gone, and thanks to our friends at neogaf we’ve had a steady stream of Q&A translations that show Nintendo has been doing a little future proofing and isn’t quite ready to give up on the Wii U.
The Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Nintendo Direct pretty much confirmed our belief that the Super Smash Bros. for 3DS was just a $40 demo for the Wii U version all along.
The Wii U was obviously a misfire. Nintendo bungled virtually everything about its release: They timed the launch poorly, alienated fans, alienated third parties, named it horribly, and utterly failed to sell consumers on the game pad. The only way it could have gone worse is if Microsoft had performed another on stage abortion for its release.