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Hyrule Warriors is almost ready, if you’re Japanese

Hyrule Warriors looks awesome. There really is no truer statement in my life right now. The use of iconic, nay, legendary, characters in an epic Dynasty Warriors style game is pure genius. We recently got a look at more of the characters from the game, and the news just keeps on coming. Nintendo released a more »

The New Hyrule Warriors Trailer is Awesome

We here at GamerTell have already discovered that Hyrule Warriors is essentially Dynasty Warriors with Zelda characters. But if you remember right, we decided that we are totally fine with that. Well, I’m here to tell you that we’re even more, certainly, definitely, okay with that. Nintendo released a new trailer for Hyrule Warriors, and more »

Guardians of the Galaxy is good for Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Superheroes

With SDCC 2014 a matter of hours away, even more comic and gaming announcements keep rolling in. However, one of the best is the announcement of a Guardians of the Galaxy NFC figure set for Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Superheroes. Truly, it’s fantastic news for anyone thinking about going in again and spending . I more »

Nintendo eShop Update for July 24, 2014

Well dang. Just when it seemed like the eShop was heading back into its old lull again, everything explodes. This week’s and updates are awesome. There are 4 Wii U games and 4 3DS games, and I have to say that most of the titles are just awesome. This week’s new eShop sales are slightly more »

Skylanders Trap Team Dark Edition lets you capture Kaos

The $100 Skylanders Trap Team Dark Edition is starting to look like a better investment. Every time a new game is released, there’s always a special Dark Edition that includes different character variations and other special bonuses. Usually, it’s specific to one outlet and practically identical to the $79.99, standard starter pack, but the Skylanders more »

25 Things The Cat Mario Show gets you thinking about

Nintendo Europe has just begun releasing a very special series of episodes of a “educational” show. By which I mean, they’re trying to sell games with The Cat Mario Show. These shorts feature two actors controlling Cat Mario and Cat Peach puppets as they attempt to sell games like Super Mario 3D World and Kirby more »

Nintendo eShop Update for July 17, 2014

Ready for the and update? Well brace yourself. The eShop this week has only gotten 3 new games. You read that right. There is one 3DS game, one 3DS application, and one Wii U game. On the plus side, one of those is Comic Workshop, so maybe it evens out? Gamertell’s Nintendo eShop pick for more »

SDCC 2014 gets a Nintendo Gaming Lounge with Super Smash Bros.

Going to the San Diego Comic-Con? Well color me (and probably many others) jealous, because you’re in for a good time. Nintendo’s just confirmed the ridiculously exciting and jam-packed-with-games Nintendo Lounge will be open again at SDCC 2014. See that right there? That’s seething. Though the SDCC 2014 Nintendo Lounge isn’t just for people who more »

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6 Reasons why Earthbound needs to be your Club Nintendo Elite Reward

The Club Nintendo Elite Rewards are in and while it is a shock that there will be no physical rewards this year, the plus side is that there are a lot of digital games to choose from for all 3DS and Wii U owners who qualify for Gold or Platinum rewards. The thing is, for more »

2014 Club Nintendo elite rewards are all digital

The past year has been so great for Nintendo games, I’d honestly be shocked if there weren’t a ton of Club Nintendo members who at least hit gold status. I hit platinum without even meaning to. We’ve all been waiting patiently, wondering what sort of rewards Nintendo would offer. Sure, we never get stuff as cool more »

One Piece: Unlimited World Red Review: Taking it easy

Price: $49.99 System(s): Wii U (Also available on 3DS, PS3, Vita) Release Date: July 8, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Bandai Namco (Ganbarion) ESRB Rating: “Teen” for Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes and Use of Tobacco Bandai Namco’s renewed interest in selling anime games that don’t have Dragon Ball or Naruto in the title more »

Bear Box Media talks about its Internal Invasion

Bear Box Media recently launched their first game on the Wii U, called Internal Invasion. It is a simple, yet challenging, puzzle game that utilizes touch controls to guide a nano-bot from cannon to cannon in order to make it to an exit and cure a body’s infection. After playing Internal Invasion, I had some more »