Nintendo is looking to be more than just another video game developer and publisher, as it looks to the future.
The Nintendo NX will be neither a successor to the Wii U or the 3DS, but it will be a new way of spending hours in front of a TV.
Pocket Card Jockey, a game which somehow manages to combine the strategy of Solitaire with the hot speed of horse racing. And it does so beautifully.
Pokemon Sun and Moon was all about starter pocket monsters yesterday. And a whole lot more, if you looked hard.
Collecting a vast crew of seasoned soldiers and mercenaries is part of the charm of Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright. Keeping them alive, is the other soul-crushing half to this equation.
Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest is a side of the conflict that is designed to break you, a pull-no-punches experience that is Fire Emblem at its purest.
This month, you can get a rare version of Zygarde and shiny versions of Xerneas and Yveltal. In case you don’t know, shiny automatically means better in Pokémon.
This month, Nintendo is going dark. Darker at least, as you’ll be able to grab Darkrai, the “pitch-black” Pokémon.
Nintendo is being forced to take a bold strategy with the NX by not selling their new console at a loss.
Nintendo is now slightly richer as the re-releases of the original trinity of Pokemon games have sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide.
As a Nintendo fan, the company’s latest finacial statements are a tad worrying. Still, never count Nintendo out.
Nintendo will launch their newest console within a year, but won’t be showing it at all at E3.