Posts Tagged ‘Nintendo’
Hyrule Warriors is definitely a Warriors game, but it does something that rarely happens in gaming today: A crossover that’s more than just a skin. It may be the familiar Musou combat you were expecting, but Zelda elements permeate everything to some degree. The combo is like a peanut butter and honey sandwich. It’s not […]
Last week, Nintendo unleashed Super Smash Bros. 3DS to Japan and announced that the game will be coming to us via demo this Wednesday. Us cool guys at The Game Fanatics got some first dibs on the demo and man did we play some awesome matches with it.
If you were one of the lucky few who didn’t catch the Twitch.tv streaming of the full game and roster, your interest may be salvaged: Nintendo has announced today that Super Smash Bros. 3DS will be playable via demo next week.
If you had told us a few years ago that The Legend of Zelda would have a crossover with Dynasty Warriors, we would have called you crazy.
Bayonetta 2 shocked the fans when Platinum Games announced it would be a Wii U exclusive. Certainly it was an odd pairing considering Nintendo‘s family friendly image and Bayonetta‘s lascivious nature, but it may prove to be a good move on Nintendo‘s behalf.
Nintendo held a Japenese Nintendo Direct today to announce the New Nintendo 3DS.
Nintendo Direct woos the gaming community today with three huge announcements.
One of the best parts about Pokemon is the combat, but turn-based gameplay isn’t for everyone. If that’s the case, Pokemon Fighters might be your cup of tea.
Good news on the Nintendo front. With the success of Mario Kart 8, and the announcement of an online Pokemon TGC for the iPad, Nintendo stock has risen 4 percent, to 11,740 yen.
Dan Adelman has been the man behind Indie games at Nintendo since 2005. He has stated he is leaving to do freelance work in an independent business development and is leaving Nintendo on good terms.
Nintendo has announced three playable characters that will enter the arena in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS.
Indie games are usually taken for granted by the typical gamer. Usually perceived as sub-par titles to whatever next-gen smash is popular at the moment. But Indie Games are the result of hard work of developers pursuing their dreams of putting out great games without having a big-time budget. Here at the Indie Corner, writers at The Game Fanatics will present some Indie games that might be worth […]