Pokemon Sun and Moon released back in November, but there has been a key feature of recent handhelds missing. Pokebank was not initially launched with Pokemon Sun and Moon, but that changes today. Starting now, get your team back together, with an added incentive.
While the stream is still going, the stream started with the announcement of Fire Emblem: Shadows of Valentia for the Nintendo 3DS. It has stated during the stream the game is coming out May 19th of this year. I’m just excited with each announcement as I type this. I will be updating this post as I get the Nintendo email, which provides future details on the game and other information.
Super Mario Maker was a marvel back on the Wii U. When it arrived last year, it rejuvenated the console in all the right ways, with online sharing abilities, tons of tools to use to your advantage, amiibo support and a lot of other features. More importantly, it was a game that made it just as much fun to create as it was to play.
What a wild year we have had as Pokemon fans. Every month we got a Mythical Pokemon re-released, plus collectibles. We got Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow re-released. We got Pokemon Go. We got Pokemon Sun and Moon. This may have been the absolute best year to be a Pokemon fan. Unfortunately, all good things must draw to a close. However, the Pokemon Company is at least ending with an beautiful high...[Read More]
In a press release, collectibles auctioneer Heritage Auctions, announced that over the weekend it sold a Pokémon “Pikachu Illustrator” Trainer Promo Hologram trading card, for roughly $55,000.
It looks like Nintendo’s Switch lineup is getting a monumental addition with a new version of Pokémon Sun and Moon, currently codenamed “Pokémon Stars”. What could this be? We can hope a Pokemon game for the Switch, RIGHT?!
Come on Nintendo, you’re killing me. I have been a fan of the Mario Party game series since its debut back in the late 90’s. I, in addition to many others, fell in love with the series due to its unique charm and refreshing digital take on the board game and party game genre. It’s no secret that Nintendo has struggled to maintain the Mario Party franchise’s reputation over the years and has been t...[Read More]
Think fast and have a blast with a variety of ways to party with Mario, Toad, and more, on-the-go or on the couch! It's always your turn as you and up to three friends roll the dice, roam the board, and recruit fan-favorite allies. The bigger your party, the faster you'll earn stars and coins in frantic minigames. It's instant fun for everyone!
A few weeks back, I was sitting at home doing what I do best at the hands of my Playstation 4, when all of a sudden I get a message from my buddy Erik. Now, to preface this, Erik is the biggest Legend of Zelda fan I know, introducing me to the franchise as a tot when he brought over his copy of Link to the Past, complete with a big strategy guide filled with hints, secrets, and lore. It was a grea...[Read More]
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery – or so I’ve heard. That might explain why 13AM Games and Dadako’s latest effort, Pirate Pop Plus, is a variation of Capcom’s classic Buster Bros., which recently came back to life as DotEmu’s Pang Adventures, but with a high-definition twist.
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]
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.