What if the classic Nintendo game The Legend of Zelda was re-released today using a first-person 3D perspective? That’s...
Feb 21 2014, 4:51pm CST
With WiG's regular columnist still galavanting/lost up a mountain we're still bringing a little bit of retro cool to your favourite seven-day round-up - and you can't get much more retro than cardboard accessories. Yes, that's right - in a mix of old and new, El Google is borrowing an old idea of shaping your own headwear, but mixing it up with a bit of home brew VR. So as long as you watch something blue with your new Google Cardboard ...
Full article at: Tech.co.uk
Jun 28 2014, 3:00am CDT
Nintendo intends to introduce its first free-to-play game. The name has not been finalized yet but one thing is for sure; it resembles the Steel Diver game of yesterday.
Jun 19 2013, 7:43am CDT
Reporting from last year's E3, I chided Nintendo for its deeply conservative line-up that traded on past glories. I felt that, despite their obvious quality, games like Super Mario 3D World and Mario Kart 8 showed a publisher and developer that was at risk of growing inward-looking and creatively stale. Seven months later, after a dismal round of financial results for the firm, I took up the theme again. Ha ...
Full article at: Eurogamer
Jun 13 2014, 10:00am CDT
What should Nintendo's next platform focus on?
What should Nintendo's next platform focus on ...
Full article at: ign
Jun 13 2014, 3:14am CDT
But what exactly is the point of that?
Nov 2 2010, 1:28am CDT
One surprise coming out of Nintendo’s E3 presentation was “Mario Maker,” a level creation and sharing suite, just a day after Sony revealed “LittleBigPlanet 3.”
“Mario Maker” for Wii U will allow players to create their own custom Mario game courses, switching between graphical styles that recall the early “Super Mario Bros.” games as well as the more recent look of “New Super Mario Bros.” nBudding level layout gurus will be able to place blocks, pipes ...
Full article at: BGR.in
Jun 12 2014, 1:33am CDT
Pac-Man is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS.
According to Nintendo, there are roughly 33 playable characters in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS.
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Full article at: IGN
Jun 10 2014, 9:15pm CDT
In related news, old gamers now feel really old
Sep 13 2010, 8:54am CDT