Pokemon Sun And Moon Made Nintendo History Today

Nintendo announced, today, that Pokemon Sun and Moon are now the “best pre-selling games in Nintendo history”. They’ve beaten out all previous entries, every Mario game, and every Smash Bros. In addition to this, they announced that the Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon Special Demo Version has also become the most downloaded demo in Nintendo 3DS eShop history. That’s astounding, considering Alpha Sapp...[Read More]

Nintendo Switch: Our 8 Top Speculation Picks For Possible Games On The New Console

We’ve gotten a very good glance at long-awaited upcoming system from Nintendo, the Nintendo Switch. During the reveal trailer, they seemingly announced (without officially announcing) multiple games, including a new Super Mario game, a new Mario Kart, Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Remastered, and either a port or sequel to Splatoon, which is great and all.

Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice Review

Over the past few years, Sonic the Hedgehog hasn’t had the greatest streak in video games. Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric was quite simply one of the worst games in the character’s history, and other games, like Sonic: Lost World, haven’t been able to effectively recapture the magic that he’s been known for in games like Sonic Generations and Sonic & All Stars Racing Transfo...[Read More]

Luigi Causes Chaos and Creates New 2DS

There are two types of people in this world. The first likes their Nintendo handhelds to have a shell and 3D capabilities. The other likes their handheld to look like a toy, but be significantly cheaper. Well thanks to a certain green hatted mustachioed brother, the latter, the Nintendo 2DS,  is now a little bit more colorful.

Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice DLC Case ‘Turnabout Time Traveler’ Available Now!

The new DLC episode ‘Turnabout Time Traveler’ for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice is available to download today on the Nintendo 3DS system. The extra episode will cost $5.99 / £5.39 / €5.99 and can be purchased directly from the in-game menu.

Yo-Kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits/Fleshy Souls Review

Confession time: I wasn’t the greatest of fans of the original Yo-Kai Watch when it debuted a while ago. That’s not to say I hated the game by any means, but I couldn’t quite get into the vibe that it was offering. Regardless, a lot of people certainly did, and the next thing you know, Nintendo had an international cash cow on its hands.

New Nintendo Downloads and Sales for 9/29/2016

Nintendo is back this week with tons of sales as well as some new games and themes for you to pick up. Enough of our babbling and enjoy the detailed list below. Also, be on the look out for our YO-KAI WATCH 2 review that’s going live shortly.


Our boxy hero, Qbby, has a brand-new power that lets him duplicate his blocky bod into TWO sets of boxes. He'll put every box to use to survive perilous traps across 11+ worlds of puzzling levels. Learn new tricks and box formations to get past obstacles, like switches, spikes, and even lazers!

BoxBoxBoy Review

A little while back, HAL Laboratory – the team behind the charming Kirby games – delivered with a unique property known as BoxBoy, combining puzzle solving with simple black-and-white design, creating a unique 3DS experience as a result. Now, the team is back with a whole new follow-up, and, surprise, it stacks up just as well.

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past Review

Ah, Dragon Quest or Dragon Warior as it was called in the US for a while, one of the most popular RPGs of all time in Japan to the point that I’ve always heard that any entry in the series cannot be released on a work day. Even at an early age, I stumbled upon this delightful series with its now iconic set of characters, sound effects, and music. Initially, I played Dragon Warrior 1 & 2 on the...[Read More]

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past

Dragon Quest VII gets the remake treatment on the 3DS, improving on the original PSOne game with new graphics, orchestrated music, and more. Does this traditional RPG remake continue its reign as a timeless classic? Or its time to hang up this genre for more innovation?

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice Review

Phoenix Wright is a character that has earned his place in gaming, coming out of nowhere to be a unique character that has found his way into the expanded works of Capcom. Many may know him for his signature finger-pointing while shouting “Objection!”, but behind this rather simplistic lawyer is a standout series of games that take the visual novel genre and apply logical decision-maki...[Read More]

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