Nintendo’s Latest Financial Results In Revealed For 2016

The results for Nintendo’s latest financial period (Nine months ended December 31st, 2016) have now been released. You can check out all the nittiy gritty stuff below: – Lifetime Wii U hardware sales: 13.56 million – Lifetime Wii U softwaresales: 96.52 million – Lifetime 3DS hardware sales: 65.30 million – Lifetime 3DS software sales: 320.96… View Article
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Nintendo Share Their 2017 Launch Schedule For 3DS & Switch

Nintendo have shared their 2017 Launch Schedule for the 3DS & Switch during their latest Financial Results Meeting and it looks like they could be off to a good start. The Switch alone looks to have 20 different first & third party titles coming to it for this year alone and the 3DS has quite… View Article
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Mike Scorpio On Fire Emblem (#FireEmblemWeek)

Because we are doing a Theme Week For Fire Emblem, I thought that it is only fair to share my thoughts on the series as well. To be honest, I am not much of a Fire Emblem Fan, not because of not liking it, but because FE and I have never really collided. I have… View Article
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Barnacles Sports Club: A New Map Coming To Splatoon 2

New screenshots of Splatoon 2 have been uploaded to the Japanese Twitter account for Splatoon and show off a new map which translates as “Barnacles Sports Club” from Japanese. The map was also briefly seen in the Splatoon 2 Trailer that aired during the Switch Presentation on Jan 12th (or Jan 13th for most of… View Article
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Pokémon Bank: Generation 1 Transfer Details

Details have been revealed about the transfer of Gen 1 Pokémon from the virtual console games to the Pokémon Bank and the compatibility to work with Pokémon Sun & Moon. This information comes from Serebii. According to Serebii, Nintendo Hong Kong have released details that state that transferred Pokémon fro Gen 1 will likely have at… View Article
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Nintendo Switch: No Netflix, No Backwards Compatibility, No Miiverse But Miis Do Return As Does USB External Hard Drives (A Kotaku Interview)

Online Media Outlet, Kotaku have recently been in touch with Nintendo to ask them more about the Switch and what features it will have including the most important like Backwards compatibility, whether it will have online streaming apps, storage concerns and the fate of Miiverse. We of course know the answers to most of these… View Article
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Pokémon Sun & Moon Surpass 4 Million Copies Sold In Two Months!

Pokémon Sun & Pokémon Moon have become the fastest set of games to reach over 4 Million on any of Nintendo’s consoles in history and in only two months. They currently stand together at 4.5 Million and were only released last November and towards the end of the month at that. The sales of Pokémon… View Article
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Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, Last Of The Wii U Games (From Nintendo)

In a recent interview with Polygon at the Nintendo Switch Launch Event in New York, Nintendo America President Reggie Fil-Aime has confirmed that Zelda: Breath Of The Wild will indeed be the last game developed by Nintendo for the Wii U and that there are no more games in development for it. He has stated that support… View Article
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Yooka-Laylee Multiplayer Trailer

The nice folks over at Playtonic Games have released a reveal trailer to show off the latest feature coming to Yooka-Laylee, Multiplayer. Up to 4 players can play 8 different mini games and can also be enjoyed in single player with the incentive of getting the high score. You can check out the video below. However the… View Article
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Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Back Story Revealed

It has been a complete mystery as to what is the back story to the Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild but after investing painstaking hours in translating the Hylian/Sheikah text on the Map that comes with the Special & Master Edition Bundles of the game, YouTuber Zeltik and a team of talented individuals managed to decipher… View Article
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Super Mario Odyssey Development Pretty Much Finished, Some Tidbits Remain

At the Nintendo Switch Experience last weekend, Super Mario Odyssey was given a stage show. Apart from the game footage that demonstrated Mario’s Moves, other tidbits of the game were also shared which looks into what you can expect in the different environments the game has to offer.
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Mike’s New Gamer Den

Hi Guys & Girls! Sorry I have not been very active for the past couple of weeks. I have been very busy with a trip to the UK and moving into a new flat along with decorating and cleaning the new flat as well. Jack has been a diamond covering me these past few weeks… View Article
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Nintendo Switch Titles Box Art Revealed

With the Nintendo Switch Presentation well out of the way now, Official Bo Art has been revealed to the top 5 games Nintendo will be releasing on the Switch. These games include Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2, Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, ARMS and 1-2 Switch. You can check out the box art below…. View Article
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Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Collector Editions Revealed

For all you Zelda fans out there that are feeling pretty hyped after the latest Breath Of The Wild Trailer and finally the release date, March 3rd 2017. It seems that the game will also get collector editions including a special edition Bundle and the Master Bundle. Each bundle comes with the Game, Soundtrack, Switch… View Article
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Emily Rogers: “One Of The Previous Wii U Ports For Switch Is Not A Port, Mario Kart Is A Port Though

Investigative Sleuth Emily Rogers has updated her previous statements as regards to Wii U Ports to the Nintendo Switch as newer and clearer information has been divulged to her by her sources. She has taken to her twitter account to declare that one of her previous statements about a Wii U Port to Switch is… View Article
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The Switch Is “Very Nintendo” Says Nvidia CEO

During The CES 2017 Event Last Weekend, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang was a keynote speaker and though the speech was not Nintendo related, he did briefly touch on the Switch when he was asked if it was in keeping with their AI endeavors: Nintendo Switch is a game console. It’s very Nintendo. That entire experience… View Article
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Nintendo Return To The Red & White Branding

For anyone whose interested, Nintendo have returned to their tried and true Red and White Branding which is evident on their website and social media. This branding was everywhere during the NES, SNES & Gameboy era but was retired when the Wii came along and Nintendo settled with a Grey and White theme. The Red… View Article
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Videogame Clocks Skins Available For Rainmeter (Desktop)

If you enjoy customizing your PC desktop with your favourite videogame characters including Super Mario, Sonic, Donkey Kong or Link from The Legend Of Zelda, you may be happy to know that by using Rainmeter you can change the clock Skin to include some of your favourite characters to give the on screen clock a… View Article
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GAME Stores In UK Already Promoting Zelda: Breath Of The Wild & Nintendo Switch Pre-Orders

During a recent visit to the UK to visit my Grandparents. I found time to stop by a GAME Store in the midst of its post-christmas sales and was delighted to find an aisle dedicated to the upcoming Legend Of Zelda game Breath Of The Wild. Even though they were only display boxes and not the final… View Article
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A Year In Development: A Yacht Club Games X Nintendo Life Interview About Shovel Knight

Some folks get all the luck as Thomas Whitehead from Nintendo Life managed to snag an interview with David D’Angelo of Yacht Club Games to talk about Shovel Knight and its continued development over 2016. From it’s launch in Japan to its free DLC campaigns, the main game may have finished a few years ago… View Article
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