This puzzle game has an Aztec feel to it as you move through the corridors of ancient temples attempting to make the tetris-like blocks fit into the specified holes.
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SAN FRANCISCO — March 5, 2012 — Assassin’s Creed® III will hit store shelves on October 30, 2012, encouraging gamers to experience the American Revolutionary War not written about in history books. The largest project in Ubisoft’s history also introduces a new hero for the ages. With a development cycle of over three years and twice the production capacity of […]
Miguel Hernandez Writer In the summer of 2010, rumors of Seaman coming to the 3DS were teased by the creator of the Dreamcast original. Yoot Saito teased about the title during a conversation with a fan over the internet, now news comes from the Japanese news outlet Nikkei inc., that Seaman is one of many rival-published games coming to the […]
Kid Icarus Uprising – Weapons Trailer: Kid Icarus Uprising – Multiplayer Trailer: Nintendo shows off the fully-featured multiplayer modes for the new 3DS game Kid Icarus Uprising. From melee combat claws, sniper rifles, and powers like super speed, Kid Icarus Uprising promises to have a wild multiplayer that should appeal to fans of fast paced action.
Barcelona, February 1st 2012. We’re pleased to announce that iSpot Japan will be released on February 16th, 2012 via Nintendo’s DSiWare™ service for 200 DSi Points™ and the Nintendo eShop for $1.99 USD. Game Description i·Spot Japan takes you on a journey across the land of the rising sun, explaining facts and curiosities about Japanese culture, while you play the classic “Spot […]
Minneapolis, MN- February 2, 2012 – GameMill Entertainment, an independent publisher of entertaining mass-market video games, today announced plans to bring the popular Gogo’s Crazy Bones toy characters and games to digital life with Gogo’s Crazy Bones game for the Nintendo DS™ family of hand-held systems. Gogo’s Crazy Bones the game will make its debut in retail stores this March. […]
GameIndustry.biz wrote up a fairly extensive opinion piece about the power of the Wii U, have a read of this excerpt: In theory, we could look at laptops here as an example of getting powerful chips working in smaller areas. The problem here is that high-power mobile GPUs are highly ‘binned’ – they’re the pick of the production crop of […]
The game is played with the Wii Remote held vertically, with players required to either tap the A button, or squeeze the A and B buttons together. Like previous titles, the game features various levels with their own set of rules, requiring the player to play in time to the rhythm in order to clear them. These levels range from […]
Join the quest with Pikachu and his friends to save the missing Pokémon and discover the mystery of an enchanting new world in PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond, available exclusively for Wii across Europe from 23rd March 2012. As Pikachu and his Pals, solve the mystery of the missing Pokémon and save them from Wish Park. Only you can find out […]
A short film starring Hot Pockets and a gamer who is about to reach level 420. I think we’ve all been here. A Hot Pocket helmet that just queued up snacks into a easy to reach tube was made I think we’d all be set.
Zero Punctuation – Super Mario Land 3D (NSFW – Language)
- Photo by Mickey @ NintendoFuse during E3 2011 This was sent to us in full via E-Mail by Shogungamer.com, their site has been down since this morning, so here the article in full until their site comes back up: With the show floor now (finally) opened, the main event, at CES 2012, has begun. My first stop on the […]
REDMOND, Wash., Jan. 5, 2012 – Starting today, video game fans and music lovers in North America can purchase tickets for an extraordinary concert tour that celebrates one of the most beloved game series of all time. The Legend of Zelda™: Symphony of the Goddesses tour will feature live orchestral performances of theme music from Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda […]
Anonymous, which last week threatened to pulverize the Playstation Network because of Sony’s support for the proposed SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), backed off its consumer-irking belligerence and this week shifted to threatening just the executives and sites of Sony and Nintendo. Anonymous—or people purporting to be members of the group—last week uploaded a video to Twitter in which the […]