Samus Aran returns in the 3DS remake of Metroid II, building on the original and breathing new life into the series.
E3 2017 is quickly approaching, and boy is this one leaky ship.
Nintendo has opted to introduce a late-life addition to the family of 3DS systems, the New Nintendo 2DS XL.
Breath of the Wild isn’t a perfect game, but it’s still a 10/10 experience.
With the Nintendo Switch debuting in just a couple days, it’s time we look back one last time on the Wii U. And what better way to celebrate the console than looking at its obvious missed potential for awesome games that could, and should, have been.
So Fire Emblem is now on mobile, eh? Nintendo’s fresh mobile career has been middling so far – highs like Super Mario Run and the zeitgeist Pokemon Go have been balanced out by more forgettable efforts like their social app Miitomo. The announcement of Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing mobile installments were, in my opinion, genius; long term games with short term objectives seem fit for mobile gaming and have the opportunity for mass appeal.
The Switch was supposed to be a fresh start for Nintendo, but their reveal conference showed otherwise.