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Shiny Tapu Koko available for Pokémon Sun and Moon!

The Shiny version of Tapu Koko is now available in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, Trainers! Starting today, the Legendary Pokémon native to the Alola Region is available via Nintendo Network until August 14.

Layton’s Mystery Journey Releases for Mobile July 20th

Fan’s can rejoice!  The next installment of the Layton series is nearly upon us!  Layton’s Mystery Journey releases July 20th for Android and IOS, and Level 5 has released a new trailer to get fans excited for the release.

Layton’s Real World Puzzle Solving Launches

Level 5 Studios are teaming up with the makers of the original “Real Escape Game,” Scrap Entertainment Inc. are bringing to life Layton’s Mystery Journey: Real World Puzzle Solving, an unprecedented 10-country promotion that challenges Layton fan’s to solve puzzles all over the world.  The first puzzle was released yesterday and featuring PIKOTARO and in the style of PPAP.

Why I’m Excited For Metroid: Samus Returns

I’m going to start out and say it, I’ve never been a fan of the Metroid series.  The games are long and confusing to navigate, and did I mention, hard? Yeah, not a huge fan of playing Metroid games, and Metroid: Samus Returns may change my mind.

Metroid: Samus Returns Headed to Nintendo 3DS

Just when I was getting ready to go to a different stream, Reggie Fils-Aime comes on stage at the Nintendo Treehouse and shakes what I knew about Nintendo outside of their Direct videos. A new 2D Metroid game has just been announced, ironically enough as a remake of Metroid 2: Return of Samus that recently got a fan remake. Metroid: Samus Returns is headed to the Nintendo 3DS this September.

Metroid Prime 4 Teased During Nintendo Direct

The Nintendo Direct has just wrapped up, giving us a glimpse of what to expect from Nintendo in the next couple years, at least as far as games go. There was no word on things like the Switch’s online features or the virtual console, but there were several games teased during the video presentation. One of which brought a cheer to my throat. Metroid Prime 4 is currently in development for th...[Read More]

Nintendo Download: Summer Rewards!

Nintendo is really pushing it this year with lots of games and more. Today is a sweet little list of games and other things you’ll get to pick up. The list has been provided below.

Atlus Announces Three New 3DS Games

Atlus continues to surprise me as they’ve been making hit after hit for many years, many of which go on to become rare oddities and obscure gems. Even though the Switch is starting to get its bearings, Atlus won’t let the 3DS go just yet as they’ve officially announced three games on the way. All three are role-playing games, each with their signature Atuls style. Plus this is th...[Read More]

Pokémon Ultra Sun & Moon, Gold & Silver Headed to 3DS

The recent Pokémon Nintendo Direct revealed to the world that Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon will be arriving on the Nintendo 3DS on November 17th, 2017. In addition, Pokémon Gold & Silver will be launching on the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console on September 22nd, 2017, the same day as Pokkén Tournament DX, which will be on the Switch.

Pokemon Bank Update Releases Today

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.

Fire Emblem: Shadows of Valentia Announced for Nintendo 3DS

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 (3DS) Review

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.

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