Posted by Luke Jarrett under News on 11th March 2014 at 12:00pm
The 3DS version of Smash Bros. has been getting a lot of love recently. Last week we saw another glimpse of the Animal Crossing: New Leaf stage, and now we are treated to an all new Pokemon X/Y stage. The fighting takes place in the grand Lumiose City (based on Paris) and from Sakurai's comments I assume it to be a moving platform level (in that the fighting takes place on a platform, while the scenery will change). I made this assumption from Sakurai commenting that the fighting was taking p. . .
Posted by Luke Jarrett under News on 11th March 2014 at 9:00am
As far as gaming expos go America has E3 and Europe has gamescom. Held in the German City of Cologne, it is the largest exhabition of the latest games in Europe. Nintendo have presented their latest demos fresh from E3 here for a number of years (handy when Nintendo of Europe is based in Germany). Nintendo have secured their spaces for this year's exhabition taking place from August 13-17th (with tickets available from April). With many teasing suggestions stating that the new WiiU Zelda will. . .
Posted by Joshua Ramey under News on 11th March 2014 at 2:00am
Today is finally the day of the month when Nintendo updates it's offered Club Nintendo Rewards. This month's available games are:
Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters (Nintendo 3DS) - 150 Coins
Number Battle (Nintendo 3DS) - 200 Coins
Yoshi (Wii U) - 200 Coins
Bonsai Barber (Wii/Wii U) - 250 Coins
These games are available until April 6. A new item titled the Super Mario Accessory Box (Pictured above) has also been added for 700 Coins. Additi. . .
Posted by Luke Schlachter under News on 10th March 2014 at 5:00pm
A little while ago, we've received word from Nintendo that they would be creating a new development studio in Kyoto, Japan. Built to strengthen and centralize Nintendo's gaming development, the building actually looks a lot like Nintendo's headquarters. Some photos can be viewed HERE, showing off various pictures of the exterior of the building. It's nice to see Nintendo investing in new infrastructure to assist in the quality of its software.
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Posted by Luke Jarrett under News on 10th March 2014 at 12:00pm
The first image of a new week shows off another one of the game's collectable trophies. Can you guess who it is? It is Little Mac (possibly after eating too many Big Macs). Someone better call coach and get Mac back into shape if he is going to compete on the Smash Bros. World stage.. . .