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North American Trailer for Pokken Tournament Streamed

While it’s already making a killing at Japanese arcades, Pokken Tournament has yet to make a proper appearance in the North American market. Thankfully, we don’t have to wait very long as Bandai Namco Entertainment and Nintendo will be releasing the Pokemon/Tekken-themed fighting game on the Wii U in North America, Europe, and Japan on March 18. If you think the few days separating March 18 ...


Pokémon Sun & Moon Revealed for 3DS

During the streamed Pokemon Direct presentation that happened on Friday, Nintendo announced that the Pokemon Sun & Pokemon Moon will be the ‘all-new Pokemon adventure’ of the franchise. It will be available in nine languages during the Holiday 2016 season. The games will be available on the Nintendo 3DS all over the world in English, Japanese, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Korean ...


Great Detective Pikachu Game Set To Be Released on February 3

We haven’t heard anything about the Great Detective Pikachu game for a long time. But the long wait for a release date is over – Meitantei Pikachu: Shin Konbi Tanjyou (Great Detective Pikachu: The Birth of a New Duo) has finally been given a concrete release date. The game is described as a cinematic adventure, and features a story set in Rhyme City, where Pokemon live normal lives. When ...


Pokken Tournament to Get Mewtwo, Garchomp, and Braixen as New Playable Characters

We’re getting near the release of the hit arcade fighter Pokken Tournament on the Wii U, and a new announcement aims to make that two-month wait even more torturous. The latest issue of CoroCoro Comic has revealed that the Tekken Tournament-inspired Pokemon game will be getting three new famous Pokemon breeds as playable characters, namely Mewtwo, Garchomp, and Braixen. You can check out the ...


Red and Blue New 3DS Bundle for Pokémon’s 20th Anniversary

To mark the 20th anniversary of the Pokémon’s franchise, the Pokémon Company International is getting ready for a lot of promotions and products. Highlights include a New Nintendo 3DS bundle that packs in eShop versions of Pokémon Blue Version and Pokémon Red Version, Mythical Pokémon distributions (every month) beginning in February, digitally remastered Pokémon movies, an exclusive ...


Pokken Tournament Adds Sceptile to its Roster

With only a few months to go before its big Japanese console debut, the Pokemon-inspired arcade fighter Pokken Tournament has released a new promo video detailing yet another addition to its roster: the grass type Pokemon Sceptile. You can see the mean green fighting machine in action below: For the uninitiated, Pokken Tournament is a collaboration borne out of a need to see Tekken Tournament ...

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New Hyrule Warriors Legends Trailer Shows Off Toon Link

After the news that they’re bringing female Link, Linkle, to Hyrule Warrior’s portable iteration, Nintendo showed that they haven’t forgotten the other Link versions in the game, as the new trailer shows off Wind Waker’s Toon Link in action. You can watch Toon Link go all fantasy medieval on various monsters’ behinds in the trailer below: Hyrule Warriors Legends will be coming to the ...


Nintendo Debuts Female Link, Linkle, in Hyrule Warriors Legends

Now we can lay all the “Female Zelda” memes to rest, as Nintendo has just introduced a female version of Link, dubbed Linkle, as an upcoming playable character in Hyrule Warriors Legends. Linkle’s existence is already known to many fans, due to her appearance as a concept art in a Hyrule Warriors art book, but this time we get to see her in action, fighting waves upon waves of baddies in ...


Nintendo Makes New Set of Mario Hanafuda Cards

It’s sort of common knowledge among gamers that Nintendo wasn’t originally a videogame company, having predated the videogame medium itself. They got their start as manufacturers of Hanafuda cards, which means “flower cards” and is used to play a variety of games including its namesake. What is little less known (most likely because it’s no longer relevant to videogames) is that ...


Next Legend of Zelda Game Will Have a Different Kind of Open World

In a recent interview with IGN, The Legend of Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma admitted that they are listening to the criticism given by fans in the last main Zelda game, Skyward Sword, particularly with regard to its open world and how it’s not as vast as fans have come to expect from the franchise. “We actually had some feedback from Skyward Sword, where people were saying, ‘This is ...


Nintendo Confirms Timeline of The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes

One of the more interesting quirks of Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda franchise is the fact that all the Links featured in the games are different persons (except in cases of direct sequels, where the Link is carried over to the next game.) existing in different timelines. The chronology is therefore one of the most discussed topics among fans, and a frequent subject of debate. Nintendo has ...


North America to Get a Yo-Kai Watch Nintendo 2DS Bundle

The Nintendo 2DS, which is a budget version of the 3DS that lacks the 3D function and a couple of other things, is admittedly not as popular in the U.S. as its predecessor. This is understandable given the fact that there’s already a lot of 3DS owners in the U.S., making the cut down version not so appealing, and also because the removed features are the main selling points of the handheld. If ... now has 14 pages of news and games!12345Last Page »

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