Tetris is now available on the eShop at a new reduced price, snag this little gem today!
E3 is here! Time to uncork the champagne and cook-off the vol-au-vents (well, brew the tea and open the Kettle Chips). But …
Stop asking why. Why? Because Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is as it is, ok? Why? Because it’s been like this for a while and it’s doing pretty well for itself. Why? Because its often veiled face encourages communication, learning, understanding and mastery, that’s ‘why’.
Luigi is a bit like David Bowie, really. Lanky, unpredictable, looks good with feathered hair. Therefore it’s unsurprising, given the clear cosmic connection the two share, that both are releasing long-overdue comebacks this year, 2013. The year of The Odd Ones.
The Miiverse has become a wonderful hotbed of hype and chatter for Nintendo fans of every ilk, and having a nose about it after big announcements has become something of a past-time for Nintendo Nation.
We present a trio of Link to the Past flavoured sprite monuments for you to climb!
Finally, finally, finally. The era of paying eShop-RRP prices for downloads may well and truly have passed.
A new Zelda means new cause for getting excited, and what better way to satiate excitement than through the medium of ‘stuff’?
Play games early, play games for (possible) prizes, and just play games because games. Nintendo are invading 15 GAME stores this Saturday, April 20th, for an event they’ve dubbed ‘Multiplayer Mayhem’.
New details on Mario and Luigi 2, Mario Golf, Pikmin 3 and Super Luigi U as well. Oh, and Mario Party 3DS – it can’t all be outstanding.
With Japan running short on upcoming big hitters, we think that Nintendo might be bringing something big to tomorrow’s Direct.
Are you ready to make your eyes bleed with the beauty of virus destruction? Then Nano Assault EX is just the game for you!
Check out the latest screenshots for Project X Zone on 3DS!
Typing in n-e-i-g-h-b-o-u-r wouldn’t have gotten you anywhere in the recalled, original print run
We can finally putt with confidence.
This is certainly a surprise.
A Mario Kart Grand Prix, a Pokémon tourney and a Kid Icarus ladder are but a few of the inhumane gladiatorial delights being hosted in Manchester this Saturday.