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One of 2018’s most shocking announcements was that Sony would be skipping E3 2019, not even holding an EA Play style event. Shortly after that announcement, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer and Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime presented optimistic views for next year’s show. This optimism on Nintendo’s end continued with a recent interview between IGN and Reggie Fils-Aime
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Dragon Quest author Yuji Horii held a conference during the Cedec+Kyushu 2018 event on December 1. The conference’s MC was quite the personality himself: Level 5’s president, Akihiro Hino. During the conference, Horii-san went over his career and each of the main games in the Dragon Quest series, sharing pieces of advice with the many game development students
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Super Smash Bros. is one of Nintendo’s industry titans, as it stands among Mario and Zelda as a powerhouse IP for the company. Outside of the all-star line-up and stellar game direction from walking video game encyclopedia Masahiro Sakurai, the ravenous fan-base has propelled the series to meteoric heights. The series has kept a 17-year-old
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Nintendo might have the Nintendo Switch’s success causing the company hours of busy work, but they haven’t forgotten about the Nintendo 3DS console. Remember that? The handheld console that can turn your screen into a 3D image by messing around with your eyeballs? A new update rolled out bringing the latest version of the Nintendo
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Some people may have entirely missed our article of the Redditor painstakingly turning the Monday-hating, lasagna-eating Garfield as a retro-styled horror game on Game Boy. Everyone who read the article is probably hoping to forget this exists. But ever since that article published, Redditor/YouTube channel LumpyTouch has been adapting that art to animations. And through
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Intelligent Systems will be hosting a “Fire Emblem Expo” in May of next year. Unfortunately, the event will be exclusive to Japan and as of right now we know very little about what will be shown or potentially revealed. The expo will be hosted at a venue in Tokyo. There’s nothing that’s indicative of heavy involvement
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Nintendo has decided to close the doors on their infamous Nintendo Creators Program that began in May 2015. By the end of December 2018, the program will shut down. The Nintendo Creators Program website will close later on March 20, 2019. Videos and livestreams featuring Nintendo games will be allowed to be monetized without Nintendo taking
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The soundtrack for Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment has been announced for digital, CD, and vinyl. Being handled once again by Brave Wave, the soundtrack is available for pre-order in Europe now with pre-orders in America opening up on December 4. The soundtrack will be released in January 2019. All 25 songs from the fantastic expansion
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It’s been a particularly busy weekend for eSports with a number of large tournaments taking place across the globe spanning from games such as Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition to Halo 5. Among this slew of high-level competitive gaming was Pokémon: Ultra Sun and Pokémon: Ultra Moon for the Latin America International Championships. Streamed live
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Unbeknownst to many, Nintendo does indeed have a branch in Russia, and apparently, all is not well there. Russian Nintendo fans have been unhappy with how Nintendo of Russia has been handling business and the company’s products, with the latest development in this saga being a livestream gone awry, where CEO Yasha Haddaji had what many characterize
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The recent trailer for the upcoming major motion picture Pokémon: Detective Pikachu marks the first big-screen outing for the Pokémon series in a live-action format. Featuring a compelling storyline and a wisecracking electric mouse voiced by Deadpool’s Ryan Reynolds, the movie looks set to be jam-packed full of wholesome family fun. However, given the “catch ’em
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