See what happens to Alex in his first few hours as a Pokemon trainer in Kalos! Includes both “spoiler” and “spoiler-free” sections.
Check out Alex’s chronicle of his adventures in the Kalos region! Features both “spoiler-free” and “spoiler” sections, just in case you’re still holding out on the game and don’t want to hear specific details.
Koopa Soundworks has put together a collection of 34 tracks from Mario, Zelda, Metroid, Fire Emblem, Sonic, Street Fighter, Mega Man, Tetris, and more in “World 1-2: The Complete Collection.” Does the quality match the quantity, though?
In this feature, some of the NintendoFuse staffers have collaborated to tell you what we want to see in the newest Pokemon games, available on October 12. Find out what we think, and how you can contribute to the next NF Community feature!
What would it be like if the Smash Bros. developers actually listened to each and every request for a playable character? Find out in this satirical piece.
Video game composer and friend of NintendoFuse, Tommy Tallarico, has been hard at work promoting his first Kickstarter project, and two days ago, it met its goal of $250,000.
Tommy Tallarico needs your help to make it to level 3, please help!
Join us for an interview with video game music composer Tommy Tallarico as he discusses his new Video Games Live Kickstarter campaign and more!
There are numerous ways to design your hero in Cloudberry Kingdom. Earlier today, we put out a request for your favorite hero designs. Below are the ones we received. If you missed out, feel free to post yours in the comments, our forums, or in the Miiverse thread.
When Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons were first released on the Game Boy Color, they were both critical and financial successes, with both games averaging around 90% by reviewers and selling almost 4 million copies each. Now that they have been re-released on the 3DS Virtual Console, thousands of gamers have the opportunity to enjoy […]
Before May 17th, 2013, I had never played Super Mario RPG. I don’t know exactly why I avoided it for so long – I love the Paper Mario and Mario & Luigi series, and I had many opportunities to purchase it both for the SNES and on the Wii Virtual Console. When it became available on Club Nintendo for 200 […]
For all of you who could not make it to E3 with us this year, we decided to take you on a quick tour of Nintendo’s main booth.
Now we know why Mario never got his license!