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A Mega-List of Super Smash Bros. news

Nintendo sure did have a lot to say about Smash Bros. in their latest Nintendo Direct. In fact, they had over 50 surprises in store for people who tuned in.

Ridley in Super Smash Bros is further proof Nintendo listens

People have been asking to see Ridley in a Smash Bros for years. He’s an even more requested character than Goku, from Dragon Ball Z. While we still aren’t sure if Namco Bandai’s ties will somehow make the Saiyan playable, we now know that Ridley in Super Smash Bros . He won’t be playable, but more »

Nintendo eShop Update for October 23, 2014

It’s the , and this one is exciting. There are only a handful of eShop exclusive items, with 4 games, 1 game, and 1 DSiWare game. However, the big name game assortment is amazing. Bayonetta 2, with a copy of Bayonetta, Fantasy Life, and Pokemon Art Academy all come out on October 24, 2014. Plus, more »

See 50 new things in Super Smash Bros on October 23

Set aside some time on Thursday, because Nintendo has something to show you. There’s going to be a Super Smash Bros livestream! It’s a Nintendo Direct devoted entirely to the of the fighter, and it’s going to be a don’t-miss event. Why? Because at 3pm PST/5pm CST/6pm EST, we’re going to see 50 new things more »

Nintendo eShop Update for October 16, 2014

I hope you have a bit of free time right now, because this week’s update is really substantial. There are only three games, but there are six new games. It’s a big week. There are also just as many eShop sales as there are new games. Here’s a tidy list of what’s discounted for 3DS more »

Skylanders Trap Team has the best characters

Skylanders is one of those series that constantly amazes. Not because of the sales figures or that each year Activision manages to put out a new iteraction, like Skylanders Trap Team, that looks too good to resist. No, the real reason it’s so impressive is that each round of Skylanders manages to be better than more »

Have you seen the Bayonetta 2 commercial yet?

I thought I was having a “senior moment,” even though I’m only 31, the other day. I had Comedy Central on as white noise in the background while I was playing Super Smash Bros, and I could have sworn I heard someone say something about Bayonetta 2. I figured I was crazy and had Nintendo more »

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6 Games keeping last-gen consoles alive (update)

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are finally here. It’s been a year and games like Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and Forza Horizon 2 are showing what these machines can do. An incredible list of games like Assassin’s Creed Unity, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Grand Theft Auto V and Halo: The more »

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Hyrule Warrior’s Impa shouldn’t be young and pretty

I want to make it abundantly clear, I’m super excited about Hyrule Warriors. The idea of playing as a magical, elven princess, who mows down mooks threatening her kingdom, appeals to me in ways that words can not describe. However, just because I’m excited about it doesn’t mean I don’t have a few issues with more »

Nintendo eShop Update for October 9, 2014

Good morning! Glad to see you were able to take a break from Super Smash Bros long enough to check out the update. It’s a slow week on both the and eShops, with there being 1 3DS game, 3 Wii U games, and a demo for Bayonetta 2. As for eShop sales, there are a more »

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Search stores for Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on December 5

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker for the Nintendo Wii U has been given an official North America release date. Wii U owners will be able to follow the plucky, adventuring Toad on December 5, 2014, well in time for the holidays. Those who enjoyed last year’s superb for the Wii U will remember the Captain Toad more »

18 Amiibos available by December 2014

About an hour ago, I let you all know that Super Smash Bros Wii U will be released on November 21, 2014. That’s also the day Nintendo’s first 12 Amiibos will appear. However, there’s even more good news to be shared. That is, we’ll have 18 Amiibos to play with before 2014 ends. The first more »