Guess what guys, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp launches next month! So in preparation for what is to come, here is a photo guide of the characters you can expect to meet this November: Continue reading Guide: A Quick Look at the Characters You Can meet in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
If there was just one concern consumers had about the Switch, it would have to be with regards to the consoles lack of an ability to transfer user and save data to another console.
With less than a month to go before Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon launches on Nintendo 3DS family systems, there is still so much to learn about the upcoming games, but thanks to a new piece of information, there is something else we know for definite.
The New Ultra Challenge DLC For Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle is out now and some folks who brought the Season Pass, are having problems updating their game to receive the new DLC and that is not good at all.
Fortunately, Nintendo is on the case and has issued an email to those that have downloaded the season pass and having received email in question, which does apologizes to those having the issue, we’re now on hand to offer a brief guide on how to make the DLC work for you: Continue reading [Guide] A Quick How-to Guide on How to Fix Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle DLC Download Issues
You wouldn’t believe it, but our second Magikarp Jump guide was even more popular than our first guide, so with the release of a brand new update for the delightful app, it’s only naturally we’d provide yet another guide!
So just what does Version 1.3.0 of Pokémon: Magikarp Jump have to offer this time around? Well, in all honesty, it pretty much offers the same stuff as the last two times in the sense of new events, new Leagues, new Magikarp patterns and etc. but there’s even more of it this time around, so here’s us taking it upon ourselves to provide an absolute all-in-one-place guide of everything the new update has to offer, minus photos! Continue reading [Guide] An Extensive Run-through of Everything you Could Need to Know about Pokémon: Magikarp Jump Version 1.3.0
What’s that? You’re suffering from Déjà vu? Take it from us you’re not, but given the popularity our last Magikarp Jump guide had, we thought it was best to do a new guide for the new update!
So just what does Version 1.2.0 of Pokémon: Magikarp Jump have to offer? Well in all honesty it offers the same stuff as last time, new events, a new League, new Magikarp patterns and so much more! So because this is a guide, here is an absolute all-in-one-place guide of everything the new update has to offer! Continue reading [Guide] A Quick Run-through of Everything you Could Want to Know about Pokémon: Magikarp Jump’s Version 1.2.0 Update
If you have been taking in by the very addictive and very cute Pokémon: Magikarp Jump, then get ready to spend even more time playing the mobile application, for a new update has arrived.
With the Splatoon 2 Testfire set to get underway tomorrow, a little earlier today, official Japanese details and videos regarding the available weapon sets made its way to the internet. Fast forward a good few hours, the English details have followed suit and since there’s a ton of information, it’s only natural we’d want to compile it all into one place.
Most of you that have been playing Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, be it on the Nintendo Switch or Wii U, you will no doubt have come to a point in the game where you have used one of the Champion’s weapons and have it break on you. Though they are awarded to you after recapturing the Divine Beast by the chief of the people that the said Divine Beast is to supposedly protect, these weapons are much stronger and durable but not unbreakable and will eventually have to be discarded.
All is not lost however, as there are masons of sorts in each of the four hometowns of the Champions that can replace the Champion weapon associated with their champion. The Zora mason can replace Mipha’s Trident, the Goron mason can replace the Daruk’s Sword, The Rito mason can replace Revali’s Bow and Buliara can replace Urbossa’s Scimitar and Shield. To replace each item comes at a cost which requires certain materials to forge them. Most being a weaker version of the weapon, a diamond and 5 pieces of flint or wood. Check out the slideshow below which shows you which characters you will need to talk to in order to recreate the appropriate Champion’s Weapon.
You can only replace the champion weapons if you have already owned them. The masons won’t forge you replacement weapons until you have beaten the Divine Beast that threatens their land and possessed the original Champion’s weapon which is awarded to you by the Chief of their Race.
For those of you that have been playing Zelda: Breath of the Wild and are looking for a little extra help in cooking up heart replenishing recipes with all those ingredients you have been picking up all over Hyrule, we have put together a little guide for you to aid you with what ingredients you should mix and what dish will come of it. Some items you can cook over an open fire like steaks and apples but the more energy fulfilling dishes are the cooked recipies which are done in the cooking pot. Though most dishes only require one or two ingredients, adding more quantity of ingredients will result in a dish that will provide more hearts. Continue reading Breath Of The Wild Cooking Recipe Guide
Because Niantic couldn’t keep them in their Poké Balls for any longer, 80 new Pokémon have only gone and invaded the real world, (talk about a total nightmare.) But because these new Pokémon require other ways to evolve them we’ve figured we’ll at least do one guide on how to evolve a certain Pokémon and since Tyrogue has three evolved forms, it makes perfect sense to dedicate this Pokémon GO guide to that lovable scamp! Continue reading [Guide] How to Get the Tyrogue Evolution You Desire!
On the 2nd of February, Nintendo’s third mobile application is set to release on both android and iOS platforms, but Fire Emblem is not the most popular of game series’. So with that in mind and plenty of new FE gamers expected to download the title next month, we’ve gone ahead and compiled this little guide to act as an introduction to some of the Heroes available in Fire Emblem Heroes! Continue reading Guide: A Beginner’s Guide to the Heroes of Fire Emblem Heroes
In recent reports, Super Mario Run has been downloaded 90 million times on iOS devices, but only 3 million gamers chose to buy the full game, as the majority of who didn’t believe the game the price to be too high as the content is not worth it.
It’s a shame really as that means there are 87 million who are depriving themselves off the full experience, but then why would so many buy a full game, when they aren’t quite sure as to what exactly it is their money buys them? Well to help out with this and put a guide in place for Android users who aim to get this game as soon as it comes out, here is another Miktendo64 Guide and this time we’re covering what you can do before and after you buy the full Super Mario Run experience: Continue reading Guide: Before and After you Buy (Super Mario Run)
Remember Miitomo? The app that Nintendo put out last March and so many of us got bored with it so quickly and then there was a huge update and it actually got better? Nintendo are now bringing a touch of it to Super Mario Run.
Just because the new Nintendo application for mobile devices (only currently available for iOS devices), is called Super Mario Run, it doesn’t mean Mario is the only playable character. Continue reading Guide: Unlocking the Unlockable Characters of Super Mario Run