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Nintendo of America Presents: An Impressive list of Titles Still to come to 3DS in 2017!

Switch may be a success, but the 3DS isn’t going anywhere just yet!   While almost everything Nintendo related has been Switch focused this year, the 3DS is still getting a lot of love too and to demonstrate how much of a good year the console is still set to have, here’s a list of… View Article
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Nintendo Badge Arcade’s Arcade Bunny Says his Goodbyes!

Parting is never easy but it is the way of life!   Having already been revealed that no more content will be coming to the Japanese version of the Nintendo Badge Arcade and then having the same said for the European version, the same has now also been said for the North American version. While… View Article
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[Video] Oceanhorn On Switch, A Video Review

As Jack will be handling the official written review for Oceanhorn: Monster Of Uncharted Seas which is now available for Nintendo Switch. I thought I would give my thoughts about the game via Video Review. This is more just my thoughts and opinions on the game with some off-screen gameplay thrown in as well. Feel… View Article
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Jakks Pacific Teases New Iggy Koopa Figure on Reddit!

Kuribo shares some surprising news coming from Jakks Pacific. A new figure has been teased and it is one Mario fans will want to see!
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[Review] Classic Nintendo Corner – Super Scope 6, Hit or Miss?

Past Release The days of the light guns. From its humble beginnings with a Zapper Gun on the NES for Duck Hunt and Wild Gunman – the days of shooting at the TV soon evolved into heavy artillery. In todays review we take a look at the Super Nintendo’s Super Scope 6. The plastic bazooka… View Article
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Review: The Girl and the Robot

Title: The Girl and the Robot Company: Flying Carpets Games Console:Nintendo Wii U (Originally on Steam) Release Date:August 2016 How we got the game:We got a free digital download code from Miketendo64 The Girl and the Robot was the first game produced by Flying Carpets Games, funded by generous Kickstarters. It boasted an interesting gameplay dynamic… View Article
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ARMS Review

Wizard Dojo takes a look at Nintendo’s newest IP. Is ARMS the next Splatoon?
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Xena: Warrior Princess: Talisman of Fate Review

Wizard Dojo looks at one of the worst games on the N64…
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The Miketendo Strip: Issue #23: Super Mario Possession

If you’ve come here seeking a laugh, you’ve come to the right place. I am avlongman9 and I am the illustrator of The Miketendo Strip! and today we have a new instalment for you to enjoy!   With E3 taking place last week, there was plenty of Nintendo news and footage to sift through and… View Article
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Snipperclips Review

Snipperclips has clear room for improvement in a few key areas, but the quality and cleverness of its concept are just too big to be denied, and the wonderful multiplayer sessions the game produces make it easy for one to overlook its flaws. As the initial exploration of a brilliant idea, it may not take… View Article
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Mario + Rabbids Figures Are Likely To Be Unsuccessful

Kuribo tackles Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle which is proving to be a controversial release on Nintendo Switch and the figures Ubisoft is making are no different. Find out why and share your opinions on the figures and game!
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Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers Review

One of the most popular and iconic video games of all time, Street Fighter II, returns once again, this time on the Nintendo Switch. Ultra Street fighter II: The Final Challengers brings the beloved fighter to Nintendo’s current hardware with a lavish transition, though it does come with a few caveats. In terms of gameplay,… View Article
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Astro Duel Deluxe Review

Astro Duel Deluxe is one of the many indie titles available on the Nintendo Switch’s Eshop, and looks to bring some old-fashioned, arcade-style multiplayer to Nintendo’s newest platform. Though it can definitely provide some fun, Astro Duel Deluxe lacks the replay value to make it one of the Switch’s must-have multiplayer titles. Astro Duel Deluxe… View Article
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[Review] Runbow Pocket Deluxe Edition (New Nintendo 3DS)

Developer: 13 AM Games Publisher: 13 AM Games Platform: New Nintendo 3DS Category: Platforming, Multiplayer and Action Release Date: 20th of June, 2017 (EU & NA)  *          *          *          *          * Runbow originally released on the Nintendo Wii U way back in 2015. The game’s reception was extremely positive, which encouraged developer 13 AM Games to port it… View Article
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My Favorite Games from E3 2017

TheManCalledScott of Wizard Dojo recounts his favorite games from the big dance.
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E3 2018 Kicks off on the 12th of June 2018

If you love E3 as much as well, any gamer, anywhere loves E3, right now you will be feeling two things. The first is enjoyment after such a great event, but the other is sadness as the event is now over.
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[Video] ARMS Accolades Trailer

Well it has only been officially released for a day but Nintendo have already uploaded an Accolades Trailer for the Fun new beat-em-up ARMS. It seems to have been quite well received though there wasn’t a scene like in the Zelda: Breath of the Wild where there were like a hundred 10/10 scores scrolling across… View Article
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Why Nintendo IS Commiting To The Competitive Gaming Scene With The Switch

Nintendo are definitely on board with driving the Nintendo Switch into the Competitive Gaming Scene. With the three Invitational Tournaments hosted during E3 2017 featuring ARMS, Pokken Tournament DX and Splatoon 2, there is surely plenty more to come from the Big N. Polygon recently caught up with Hisashi Nogami, Kosuke Yabuki & Reggie Fils-Aime… View Article
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Nintendo To Keep 3DS Going Well Past 2018

E3 2017 has been a big success for developers and journalists alike. IGN have been on fire grilling Nintendo America President Reggie Fils-Amie for more details on the latest announcements from the Big N and also how the 3DS will fare against the Switch. Reggie Reaffirms that the 3DS in not going anyway soon and… View Article
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