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SDCC 2014: Nintendo bringing Super Smash Bros. to you

Man, talk about service. Nintendo is going above and beyond at SDCC 2014, because not only will it have a gaming lounge, but it will also deliver Super Smash Bros. to you. Yup, if you can’t make it to the lounge, Nintendo will send out representatives with the games to find you. Nintendo announced the more »

Nintendo 3DS Image Share should remember our settings

I have all of the highest, security settings applied to my social media accounts. This means having a cell phone near by, entering a special code to confirm it’s really me, and jumping through hoops to authorize my account on every electronic device I own. Which gets extremely tedious with the 3DS, because the Nintendo more »

Tomodachi Life’s 3 most important markets

By now, you’ve all had Tomodachi Life for . Perhaps less, if you’ve only just gotten it thanks to Best Buy’s B1G1 3DS game deal. Details don’t matter, really. What does matter is that you know the three most important times of the day to check into the game so you can catch the markets. more »

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I was a fool to put off Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

I succumbed to the siren song of Best Buy’s buy one, get one free 3DS game deal. To be honest, I knew I would the second I saw the ad in the Sunday paper. I’d put off buying The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. Mainly because I had a backlog of other games more »

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Buy 1, get 1 free 3DS games at Best Buy

Buy 1, get 1 free 3DS games at Best Buy Like free 3DS games? Good. YOu have a chance to get some. Granted, you’ll also have to buy some first, but trust me. It’ll be worth it. This week, Best Buy has a buy 1, get 1 free 3DS games promotion running. While the games 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 »

Yumi’s Odd Odyssey is worth it for $20

I enjoyed Yumi’s Odd Odyssey, Natsume’s brave effort to finally localize an Umihara Kawase game. I applauded the effort and recognize it’s a platformer with a lot of potential, but honestly? It’s the kind of game that really only an uber patient perfectionist can appreciate. (Say that 5 times fast!) At a $30 price point, 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 »

Super Smash Bros. skewing towards Fire Emblem

Nintendo may need to look into changing the name of to Super Mario, Fire Emblem and Pokemon Brawl. More competitors have been announced for the fighter and they’re upping the people-with-swords quotient exponentially. You won’t just be getting strategic with Ike and Marth, but also with Lucina, Robin, and Chrom. Though, sadly, Chrom won’t be more »