Beyblade Evolution is coming to the Nintendo 3DS (yea, yea, it was announced almost a month ago- that is not the point of this article) in October. Based on the popular Anime and tying directly into the upcoming TV series, Beyblade Shogun Steel which is launching later this year. Using the motion sensors to […]
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Natsume has tweeted that their Game Boy Color release of Harvest Moon will be available on the 3DS eShop this Thursday, May 16th. Apparently, this is a colorized version of the original Harvest Moon on the Game Boy. Will you grab this farm sim game from the virtual console this week?
April’s showers are giving way to May’s flowers. From now till the end of the year, it seems that Nintendo has a big game or two for each month. What’s on tap for May 2013? Check out the goods inside!
The Mario vs Donkey Kong series of games have been on Nintendo handhelds since the original Game Boy. The 3DS will get its version next month on May 9th with Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move. This one looks to be similar to one of my favorite iOS games, Railroad Constructor. You must […]
Nintendo announced a couple new games this morning in the newest Nintendo Direct presentation. One of those games is another Yoshi’s Island game. Originally released on the SNES, Yoshi’s Island is known for its creative crayon like environments and the squealing Baby Mario Bros. No release date or features were discussed, but Nintendo did say […]
Nintendo held another one of their information packed Nintendo Directs this morning. One of the most welcome announcements was that the Animal Crossing themed 3DS XL would be appearing on store shelves in the United States in June. The new game, Animal Crossing: New Leaf will be included on the system as a digital title. […]
Following up the success of the recent game collection apps article on Android devices, I thought it would be a good idea to listen the feedback from readers across the Internet and do a Nintendo centric version of the article. Here I have collected several Apps off of iTunes that cater to a different Nintendo […]
Konami have been a dependable gaming company since they started back on the original NES in the 80′s thanks to mainstays such as Contra and Castlevania. Castlevania is one of those rare titles that has hit nearly every console released since it debuted (can you name the few systems that DID NOT receive a Castlevania […]