Super Smash Bros. 3DS is coming in October. Other than those who got to see it at E3 or play it at Smash Fest, this new trailer might be the closest you can get to having the game for now.
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Nintendo just released some screenshots and box art from the recently announced CodeName: S.T.E.A.M. for Nintendo 3DS. We thought you would enjoy seeing them too.
If you are a fan of Conan O’Brien, you may have seen his “Clueless Gamer” character, who likes to review games in a very funny, cluless way. His latest review is of the upcoming Super Smash Bros. game on Wii U.
After the developer roundtable at E3 2014, they began to take some questions from the media present at the event. Here is what was asked and the answers given.
Guess what Nintendo just announced at E3 2014…
At the end of the Super Smash Bros. reveal teaser for PAC-MAN was an interesting screen. Could it be confirming Mr. Game & Watch in the upcoming Super Smash Bros.? Could it mean something else? What do you think?
At the end of the Super Smash Bros. roundtable discussion at E3 2014, they had a question and answer time. Here is what was asked and the answers given.
Earlier today, Nintendo announced the amiibo statues, which contain NFC chips. The first game they will be used with is Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. How will they work, though? In a roundtable discussion at E3, Masahiro Sakurai explains. Amiibo figurines will function as CPU characters that become stronger as you fight with them. They can be raised to […]
Sakurai announced that Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS will have customized fighters. You can adjust the fighting style of the characters and use them in “with friends” mode online.
On Tuesday of E3 2014, Nintendo held a special roundtable discussion about the upcoming Super Smash Bros. games for Wii U and 3DS. Masahiro Sakurai, the series producer, took the stage and almost immediately announced a new fighter — PAC-MAN
Krysta, from Nintendo Minute, is ready to provide you with a quick tour through Nintendo’s E3 2014 booth.
During the Treehouse Live event at E3 2014, they provided an in-depth look at Mario Maker. Here are a few bits of information they shared…
Monolith debuted their game, then known as X, a while ago. Today, they announced its final title as Xenoblade Chronicles X, and it will launch on Wii U in 2015.