Earlier this year, Nintendo and Gamefreak teased us for the Pokemon 20th Anniversary by announcing Pokemon Sun and Moon. No information was announced, other than it was coming this Holiday season. The hype was almost too much to contain. Today, we were shown the Region, Starters, Legendaries, and the actual release date! Let’s immediately jump into the wonderful world of Pokemon Sun and Moon!
When Nintendo announced that the NX would not be featured at E3 this year, there was a collective cry of disappointment and frustration. However, fans were thrown a bone in the form of the new Legend of Zelda game, which will be playable on Wii U at Nintendo’s booth.
First, I am going to start off with a request to put on your Speculation Helmets, folks. This is nowhere near being confirmed but signs are pointing to a possible truth! This morning, Game Freak trademarked a few names for possible Pokemon. Three, to be more precise. Of these three, signs point to fire, water, and grass bases. Yeah, that sounds like new starters to me.
Unless you’ve been living under a Geodude, you’d know that this is Pokemon’s 20th anniversary! With multiple events and surprises planned throughout the year, the one that is more well known is the distribution of the Mythical Pokemon each month. However, those little rascals over at Nintendo have snuck in a couple more treats for May: Gen VI Legendaries Distribution.
With the Jirachi event over now, it is time for the next mythical up on the chopping block. That’s right! We are finally in the Gen IV mythicals now! Up first is the dark, mystical, sleep-preying Pokémon: Darkrai!
Nintendo are adding to their Amiibo supported games with their latest entry in the Mario VS Donkey Kong series of puzzle games. In Mini Mario & Friends: Amiibo Challenge, players will be able to bring their Amiibo figures to life as adorable toy versions of Nintendo characters. Using the touch screen, players will be guiding their minis through many puzzles, coaxing the characters to the goal ...[Read More]
Miitomo, the social app that also happens to be Nintendo’s first foray into the smartphone market, is hitting the United States on March 31st. A “free-to-start social experience”, Miitomo allows you and your friends to interact and have conversations through your Mii avatars, dress up your Mii, and even take real-life photos with the aforementioned Mii in them.
The Nintendo eShop is having a busy week this week. Many new games, as well as old classics, make their appearance on the Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS eShop.
Alright, so if you’ve been on Twitter today and you follow as many gamers, producers, studios, and journalists as I do, just about all of them are talking about these photos. Supposedly, the controller above is the super secretive NX controller. This has the investigative type into a frenzy, doing all sorts of zany alterations and cross referencing various parts of the image. People are usin...[Read More]
Nintendo’s new reward program set to replace the recently shut down Club Nintendo, My Nintendo, has launched in Japan with the release of Nintendo’s first mobile game, Miitomo. On March 17th, those with smartphones in Japan could download the social app Miitomo and begin earning reward points for completing challenges such as “Change your Mii’s clothes once a day (daily)...[Read More]