Here’s Why North America Is Never Getting the Standard New 3DS (Opinion)

If it ain’t selling in Japan, it ain’t selling here.

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Button Masher Podcast Ep.2: Groose For Smash Bros.

The Button Masher gang is back to recap January’s biggest gaming stories, as well as talk about why Mewtwo rules and why the world needs a little more Groose.

Plus, Corey tells Nic about his hands on with The New 3DS XL and The Order: 1886.

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Hands-On: Majora’s Mask 3D & The New 3DS XL

Like the cursed moon that slowly creeps towards Link, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D is only a short ways away from touching down on the 3DS. Unlike the massive moon, however, players have no reason to fear the game’s impending arrival – Majora’s Mask 3D is incredible.

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Hands-On: Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Preview

Nintendo has been doling out access codes to Capcom’s latest action RPG in the last few days, insistent on giving westerners the chance to jump into the world of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. We were fortunate enough to receive access to the series’ latest entry and learned a few things about the game and how it’ll fit in on the New 3Ds.

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Versus: Two Perspectives on the Future of Wii U

The Wii U is an enigma, certainly unlike any Nintendo console to come before it. Upon its initial announcement and indeed to this day, many are still confused as to what exactly this system aims to be. Here, two editors and long-time Nintendo fans give their opposing views on the console and its foreseeable future in a good ol’ fashion versus!

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The Amiibo Anomaly: Why Nintendo’s Mini Figures Make Perfect Sense

Love ’em or hate ’em,  amiibo has been an unavoidable topic of conversation on gaming articles and their attached comment sections for the past few months. While no direct sales figures are yet public, as someone who works in gaming retail receiving daily phone calls and in store inquiries on what’s in stock and when certain figures are expected to arrive, I can personally affirm that yes, the amiibo hype is real.

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