It looks like the latest game system from Nintendo is a huge success, as the company reports that the Switch is the fastest-selling US console ever, with 4.8 million units sold in ten months. That doesn’t mean everyone has bought into the model though…
Dark Horse Comics has revealed a brand new look for the upcoming The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia that brings a retro look to the tome.
VIZ Media has announced of the acquisition of the publishing rights for a new manga series based on Nintendo’s hit game title SPLATOON.
This past week, we were teased with a new game system from Nintendo. The Switch promises to be the best of the Wii, WiiU and 3DS combined into one system. Little is known (as of this post) of the price point, battery life, games available on launch, but the hype engine has a lot of people excited about this new gaming system that arrives in March 2017. VOTE!
Sometimes I wish fan films would be officially recognized by a studio or property owner, and given funding to be made into a longer piece. Fans of been begging for a Legend of Zelda movie for years, but until the day when Nintendo opens up the pocketbook, and shrugs off the horror that was the Mario Bros. Movie, we’ll have to satisfy ourselves with fan films like The Legend of Zelda movie teaser trailer.
Press Release Nintendo and Universal Parks & Resorts today announced plans to bring the world of Nintendo to life at Universal theme parks – creating spectacular, dedicated experiences based on Nintendo’s wildly popular games, characters and worlds.
Nintendo made the announcement a few days ago that Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire would be getting remade and named Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, and, now, we can see the first, brief, footage from the games.
Though the week ended on a major holiday, and Dragon Con took the attention of many, there’s still a lot to talk about in all the stories that hit the web this past week.
Nintendo announced a new product today, the Nintendo 2DS. A new addition to the Nintendo 3DS line, the 2DS will be able to play all of the games available to the 3DS with the same online capability without the use of the 3D function. This allows Nintendo to set the initial price-tag of the 2DS at $129.99, making it a bit more affordable than its fully three dimensional counterpart. The system will launch on Oct 12, just in time for the next generation of the Pokemon franchise, Pokemon X and Pokemon Y, to come out week later. Check out the