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  • Monster Hunter Stories Releasing in Europe on September 8th
    Bald Bouncer
    Marvelous’ Monster Hunter Stories for the Nintendo 3DS has a release date for Europe. As per Nintendo Europe, it will be out in the territory on September 8th. There’s still no release date for the United States but an announcement could be coming up soon.


    Developed by the studio behind Muramasa: Rebirth and Soul Sacrifice, Monster Hunter Stories is a lot different from typical games in the series. It combines Monster Hunter with Pokemon where you play as a Rider, stealing eggs,...
    Yesterday, 06:33 PM
  • Super Mario Odyssey Will Have 30-50 Moons Per Level
    Bald Bouncer
    Moons in Super Mario Odyssey will be analogous to Shines or Stars from Super Mario Sunshine or Super Mario 64. But where Sunshine and 64 usually only had a handful of those per level, Mario Odyssey will apparently go decidedly far crazier with how many Moons it stuffs per level.


    Speaking to Kinda Funny Games, a Nintendo rep on the E3 showfloor confirmed that there can be as many as 30-50 moons in a single level of Super Mario Odyssey– maybe even more. This means that levels...
    22-06-2017, 11:32 AM
  • Nintendo Switch Major Update Brings A Whole Host Of New Features And Changes
    Bald Bouncer
    A new firmware update has been introduced for the Nintendo Switch. Update 3.0 adds a whole host of improvements and changes to the system’s UI, as well as new avatars, new features, and fixes to some long standing problems.


    Among the new improvements is the ability to add your 3DS and Wii U friends by linking your Nintendo Network ID to your MyNintendo account; the ability to find your Switch controllers in the vicinity by firing a signal to them that makes them vibrate, so you...
    20-06-2017, 08:18 PM
  • Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions Announced For Nintendo 3DS
    Bald Bouncer
    The Nintendo 3DS will never die. This year, it’s received a new Yoshi, Dragon Quest, and Fire Emblem, with a new Pikmin, Pokemon, and Metroid game still in bound. And Nintendo has gone ahead and announced Mario and Luigi: Sueprstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions, a remake of the beloved first Mario and Luigi RPG on the Gameboy Advance with expanded content, coming to the Nintendo 3DS later this year.


    The game will have remade pixel art from the original GBA game, while it will have...
    14-06-2017, 10:34 AM
  • Nintendo Online Will Give You Ongoing Access To Monthly Classic Games
    Bald Bouncer
    Last night, Nintendo revealed details of its Nintendo Switch Online service, which will give users paid access to online play for $20 annually. Apart from that, Nintendo also revealed that they will be giving out classic NES games, enhanced with online play, as part of the membership program.


    However, there was some confusion regarding whether or not you will get to keep those games- earlier in the year, Nintendo had stated that each game will only be made available for a month,...
    03-06-2017, 11:22 AM
  • Monster Hunter XX on Switch Will Support 3DS Cross Play
    Bald Bouncer
    While there’s still no confirmation Capcom’s Monster Hunter XX heading to the West, we do have some more information on its Switch release in Japan. The game will retail physically for ¥5,800 ($52) while the digital version costs ¥5,546 ($49.82). It will release on August 25th for Japan and while the Switch version has the same amount of content, it will run at 1080p resolution when docked. Handheld mode provides a 720p resolution.


    Players can transfer save data from the 3DS...
    29-05-2017, 12:12 PM
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  • Monster Hunter Stories Releasing in Europe on September 8th

    Marvelous’ Monster Hunter Stories for the Nintendo 3DS has a release date for Europe. As per Nintendo Europe, it will be out in the territory on September 8th. There’s still no release date for the United States but an announcement could be coming up soon.


    Developed by the studio behind Muramasa: Rebirth and Soul Sacrifice, Monster Hunter Stories is a lot different from typical games in the series. It combines Monster Hunter with Pokemon where you play as a Rider, stealing eggs,...
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  • Super Mario Odyssey Will Have 30-50 Moons Per Level

    Super Mario Odyssey Will Have 30-50 Moons Per Level

    Moons in Super Mario Odyssey will be analogous to Shines or Stars from Super Mario Sunshine or Super Mario 64. But where Sunshine and 64 usually only had a handful of those per level, Mario Odyssey will apparently go decidedly far crazier with how many Moons it stuffs per level.


    Speaking to Kinda Funny Games, a Nintendo rep on the E3 showfloor confirmed that there can be as many as 30-50 moons in a single level of Super Mario Odyssey– maybe even more. This means that levels...
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  • Nintendo Switch Major Update Brings A Whole Host Of New Features And Changes

    A new firmware update has been introduced for the Nintendo Switch. Update 3.0 adds a whole host of improvements and changes to the system’s UI, as well as new avatars, new features, and fixes to some long standing problems.


    Among the new improvements is the ability to add your 3DS and Wii U friends by linking your Nintendo Network ID to your MyNintendo account; the ability to find your Switch controllers in the vicinity by firing a signal to them that makes them vibrate, so you...
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  • Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions Announced For Nintendo 3DS

    The Nintendo 3DS will never die. This year, it’s received a new Yoshi, Dragon Quest, and Fire Emblem, with a new Pikmin, Pokemon, and Metroid game still in bound. And Nintendo has gone ahead and announced Mario and Luigi: Sueprstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions, a remake of the beloved first Mario and Luigi RPG on the Gameboy Advance with expanded content, coming to the Nintendo 3DS later this year.


    The game will have remade pixel art from the original GBA game, while it will have...
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  • Nintendo Online Will Give You Ongoing Access To Monthly Classic Games

    Last night, Nintendo revealed details of its Nintendo Switch Online service, which will give users paid access to online play for $20 annually. Apart from that, Nintendo also revealed that they will be giving out classic NES games, enhanced with online play, as part of the membership program.


    However, there was some confusion regarding whether or not you will get to keep those games- earlier in the year, Nintendo had stated that each game will only be made available for a month,...
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  • Monster Hunter XX on Switch Will Support 3DS Cross Play

    While there’s still no confirmation Capcom’s Monster Hunter XX heading to the West, we do have some more information on its Switch release in Japan. The game will retail physically for ¥5,800 ($52) while the digital version costs ¥5,546 ($49.82). It will release on August 25th for Japan and while the Switch version has the same amount of content, it will run at 1080p resolution when docked. Handheld mode provides a 720p resolution.


    Players can transfer save data from the 3DS...
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  • Splatoon 2 New Trailer Shows Off The Game’s Single Player Mode

    Nintendo held a Nintendo Direct focused mostly on ARMS earlier today, but at the end, they did drop a brand new trailer for the upcoming, highly anticipated Splatoon 2 as well. And while Splatoon 2 may be multiplayer online shooter, it will have a single player story campaign, too. This trailer showed that off.


    The gameplay of the single player mode seems to be doubling down on the 3D platforming style of the original game’s campaign, while story wise, it almost seems to be...
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  • Zelda, New Pokemon Games in Development For Mobiles – Report

    Following the success of Fire Emblem Heroes (and the so-so revenue from Super Mario Run), it seems that Nintendo will be bringing The Legend of Zelda to mobiles. This is according to sources that spoke to The Wall Street Journal, which also stated that a new Pokemon game was coming from The Pokemon Company.


    The Zelda mobile title, in development by DeNA, will apparently arrive after the Animal Crossing mobile title (arriving in the second half of 2017). As of now, there’s no...
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  • Nintendo Teases Surprises For E3

    Nintendo Teases Surprises For E3

    Nintendo has kept its E3 preparations pretty low key, leaving a lot of fans intrigued about what the company may have in store, sure, but even more who are worried about there not being enough coming to the newly launched Switch.


    However, it sounds like there may be some notable announcements that we don’t know of yet en route at E3 - on its E3 site, Nintendo says, “Stay tuned after the Nintendo Spotlight, as the experts from Treehouse play through upcoming games for Nintendo...
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  • SNES Classic Planned for Christmas 2017 Launch – Rumour

    Though Nintendo announced that the NES Classic Edition would have its last range of shipments this month, it apparently has something else coming for nostalgia fans. According to source that spoke to Eurogamer, the SNES Classic is already in development and will be out by Christmas 2017.


    As per the site, the development of the SNES Classic is the biggest reasons why the NES Classic is going out of production. Nintendo has not offered a public statement to this report.
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  • Nintendo Switch System Update 2.20 is Now Available

    Nintendo Switch System Update 2.20 is Now Available

    The Nintendo Switch has received a new update with update 2.2.0. What did the patch notes, crafted by informative folks at Nintendo, indicate about the update? Only that it brings “general system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience.” We’ll have to wait for player feedback to know the extent of improvements.


    The update will download automatically if your Switch goes online though it’s possible to start the update manually as well. Once it’s done, the current...
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  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Receives New Update

    Nintendo has released a new patch for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This update, version 1.1.2, has patch notes similar to the last update, simply stating that, “Adjustments have been made to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.”


    The last update stated the same and offered improved frame rate performance in certain areas of the game. This was reported by players so it might be some time before any actual benefits from version 1.1.2 are discerned.

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  • Nintendo 3DS Update 11.4.0-37 Now Out, Adds System Stability

    Not wanting to be outdone by Sony, Nintendo has released a brand new system update for the Nintendo 3DS today. Update 11.4.0-37, which is now out, apparently makes “further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments to enhance the user experience”. Which is another way of saying it does nothing.


    Actually, if you are a homebrew user, you’ll find that this update blocks several system exploits, including safehax. In other words, this is Nintendo blocking...
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  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Video Showcases Battle Mode Improvements

    Lest you think the month is bereft of Nintendo Switch releases, we have Mario Kart 8 Deluxe out later this month. As a port of the Wii U version, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe comes with several improvements especially to the Battle Mode. A new gameplay video (courtesy of GamersGlobal) has been released to showcase exactly what they are.


    What else is new with Mario Kart 8? According to Nintendo, every single piece of DLC for the original version will be include. You’ll also see Splatoon’s...
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  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Videos Reveal Battle Modes

    Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Videos Reveal Battle Modes

    Nintendo’s Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has received some short new videos that highlight its Battle Modes. These modes include Balloon Battle, Bob-omb Blast, Coin Runners, Piranha Plants vs Spies mode and Shine Thief respectively. Check them out below.


    Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is essentially the Nintendo Switch version of the Wii U kart racer. It includes all previously released DLC, encompassing every single track and kart.

    However, five new characters will also be added along...
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  • Fast RMX Review – Gotta Go Fast!

    Fast RMX Review – Gotta Go Fast!

    With the fate of Sony’s Wipeout series up in the air and Nintendo in seemingly no rush to bring Captain Falcon out of retirement, futuristic racing games are an endangered breed. Not content to leave this niche dead, Shin’en Multimedia provides their own take on the genre with Fast RMX, bringing a strong core from the Wii U and updating it for the new hardware.

    If you’ve never tried a game like this, it truly is an experience unlike any other racing game. Vehicles hover inches...
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  • The Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild Boss Guide

    The Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild Boss Guide

    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is now out- and it is a sumptuous game, unlike truly anything that we have ever seen before. It is also a hard game- harder than any Zelda game in recent memory, harder than most AAA games, in fact. Taking a leaf out of Dark Souls and survival games, Breath of the Wild presents you with multiple scenarios where you can die.


    One of these scenarios is in combat- when even regular enemies can take you out, bosses and the dreaded Guardians...
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  • Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s Wii U, Switch Versions Compared

    Comparison videos are starting to emerge between The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on the Nintendo Wii U and Switch. IGN and Arekkz Gaming already have their videos up which you can see below.


    Though YouTube compression is responsible for hiding the differences in resolution, both versions look remarkably close to each other. There are some differences though and the Switch version does manage to come out on top visually, if only slightly.

    A NeoGAF user also...
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  • Zelda: Breath of the Wild Is Currently This Gen’s Highest Rated Game

    There is little doubt that game critics have grown a bit stricter this generation. Higher scores aren’t handed out as frequently and freely as they used to- until today, the highest rated games of this generation were all tied at 93. Critics have, like critics in other media, started to use the whole 10 point scale, leading to a tendency of grade deflation.


    This is largely a great thing- it means the games that do manage to, for instance, cross the 90 barrier on Metacritic, are...
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  • Ultra Street Fighter 2 Launches On Switch In May Worldwide

    Capcom has announced that its umpteenth re-release of Street Fighter 2, the classic fighting game that basically ended up spawning an entire genre in its wake, will be hitting the Nintendo Switch this May. Ultra Street Fighter 2 had been announced for Nintendo Switch beforehand, but we didn’t have a release date or price- now we have both.


    Ultra Street Fighter 2 will cost $40, and will release on May 26. Capcom promises HD and Classic Graphics Modes, Arcade, Versus and Training...
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  • The Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild Receives Second Review

    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild‘s reviews will be coming in later this week, but print media has already started to go and publish its reviews for the title. We already know that EDGE has given the game a historic 10/10 score – and now, the German magazine GamePro has shared its score for the game too. And it is almost unprecedented for them as well.


    Breath of the Wild has scored a 94 from GamePro, which is the second highest score they have awarded to any game to date,...
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  • Nintendo Switch Uses 4GB Of Samsung’s LPDDR4 RAM

    Nintendo Switch Uses 4GB Of Samsung’s LPDDR4 RAM

    We know at last what kind of memory the Nintendo Switch uses. Samsung went ahead and outed the information on its website (presumably prematurely, because the information has now been taken down), giving us the final piece of the puzzle as far as the Switch’s hardware specs go.


    The Switch uses 2 GB of Samsung’s LPDDR4 modules, resulting in a cumulative 4GB of RAM shared across the CPU and GPU. The speed of these modules is 1600 MHz, resulting in total effective bandwidth of...
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  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s First Review is 10/10 From EDGE

    EDGE Issue #304 is finally out and NeoGAF has revealed its review scores, key among them being The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Long story short, the publication gave the game a 10 out of 10 rating, one of its rarer accolades.


    According to further details, the game is incredibly dense and it’s possible to be distracted by several things, “an absolute, and unremitting pleasure to get lost in”. There are more than 100 shrines and the world is incredibly realized....
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  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s Producer Unbox The Game’s Master Edition

    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is probably the most anticipated game of this year- and with less than two weeks left to launch, you can imagine that fans are probably besides themselves with excitement for the new game. And while this new video of Zelda producer unboxing the game’s limited Master Edition may not be much comfort for those of you eagerly awaiting the game to release, it is, I imagine, something- and something is always better than nothing.



    The...
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  • Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC Pass Clarified by Nintendo

    When Nintendo announced that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild would be receiving a DLC Pass for $20, fans were predictably annoyed. Nintendo’s Bill Trinen took the time to clarify why a DLC Pass is happening though.


    Speaking to IGN, Trinen noted that the decision was tough, “Because we actually had a lot of debate in terms of do we announce it, how do we announce it. I think one of the things that’s unique about the way Nintendo develops games is when we’re working...
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  • Nintendo Switch Hardware Teardown Reveals Details About The Hardware

    It looks like someone has managed to get their hands on a Nintendo Switch ahead of its launch, and tear it down. As a result, we now have information on the internals of the system, revealing a modified custom Tegra X1 variant being used in the system, a gigantic battery, and the system’s entire SoC.


    It also seems like the Switch will have active cooling, and a 64-bit memory bus. The long and short of all of this is, the Switch, as a portable system, seems to be rather well endowed,...
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