Konami’s immensely popular bomber person has gone on to star in a multitude of titles, dating back to 80s personal computers. Bomberman’s most recent release was Super Bomberman Online, a Free-To-Play spinoff of 2017’s Super Bomberman R. The newest entry in the Bomberman series, Super Bomberman R 2, was announced in June of 2022. Today Konami officially confirmed a release date o...[Read More]
It’s clear as day that the Pokémon series has been on the up & up. Last year’s Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl brought remakes of two franchise favorites. January of this year introduced players to a very different Pokémon experience, in the form of Pokémon Legends: Arceus. Earlier this morning, The Pokémon Company dropped their latest stream. The Pokémon Presen...[Read More]
Today’s Nintendo Direct came and went. With 40 minutes of jam-packed announcements, Nintendo set its path for the first part of the year. With many titles previously being unknown or rumored, today’s stream finally confirmed many suspitions. Here is everything announced during the Nintendo Direct February 2022 live-stream.
Last month, Nintendo graced Tetris 99 players with its 26th Maximus Cup event. That cup featured a Metroid Dread theme, advertising the game’s recent release. This event continues Nintendo’s trend of launching a special Maximus Cup to commemorate big first-party releases. On December 9th, the 27th Maximus Cup will feature a special unlockable theme stylized after Mario Party Superstars...[Read More]
Coming hot off the heels of last week’s Nintendo Direct, The Big N returns with another packed Nintendo Download. From Super Monkey Ball or Castlevania to Pac-Man or Xevious, this is your Nintendo Download for September 30th, 2021.
The first trailer for Spider-Man No Way Home has arrived online. Starring Tom Holland in his sixth appearance as the webhead alongside Zendaya and MCU favorite Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Strange, the Jon Watts-directed threequel comes from a script by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers. Check out the trailer below
The Cruis’n franchise has always had close ties with Nintendo. This dates back to the original 1994 title, Cruis’n USA, which released on N64 2 years later. This can be thanked to what Nintendo had coined “Project Reality”. Somewhere down the line, ownership of Cruis’n transferred over from Midway to Nintendo. The latest entry in the series, which was developed by Raw...[Read More]
It’s been quite a few months since Tetris 99 dropped their last Maximus Cup. It seems like most of Nintendo’s bigger releases end up with a special Maximus Cup event shortly before, or after, release. Arika and Nintendo are back at it, with the 21st themed event. This time around will celebrate last month’s launch of Miitopia on the Nintendo Switch.
It’s always a party when Nintendo’s long-running Mario Party franchise is in the mix! In 2018, Super Mario Party offered the opportunity to turn friends into frienemies, for the first time on Nintendo Switch. Super Mario Party featured entirely new mini-games, with a different feel to previous entries. This time around, Nintendo is returning to its roots. Nintendo released their first ...[Read More]
The absence of a WarioWare title on Nintendo Switch surprised many. Wario’s outlandish spinoff series has previously acted as a showcase for the innovative features of Nintendo’s latest. 2018’s 3DS title WarioWare Gold acted as a “best of” microgame package, offering very little new content. The WarioWare franchise hasn’t seen a truly innovational release in ove...[Read More]
Turtle Rock Studios has been working on their spiritual successor to cult-classic Left 4 Dead. Fans have been eager to learn more about the cheekily titled Back 4 Blood, since its 2020 reveal. Turtle Rock Studios has been providing updates via the official Back 4 Blood YouTube channel. Earlier this month, the team revealed Back 4 Blood’s unique card system! Now they’ve revealed another YouTu...[Read More]
HBO Max has finally released the full-length Snydercut Trailer today. This new look at the film gives us a better narrative sense of what Snyder is going for here that was noticeably absent from the DC FanDome trailer. Amid glimpses of a black-suited man of steel wielding his heat vision and a previously-released look at Diana we once again hear Jesse Eisenberg’s voiceover from Batman V. Superman:...[Read More]