So many things were announced on the latest Nintendo Direct. Maybe you even missed something. It’s ok. We have the full list here for you!
Are you looking for a place to watch the January 14, 2015, Nintendo Direct? You have come to the right place. Check out the live-stream here, and discuss it in the comments.
Could this be the actual release date for the New Nintendo 3DS in North America?
Judge Alex suits up and makes a final verdict on the first three games in the Ace Attorney franchise, conveniently bundled together on the eShop for $30.
We just received an email from Nintendo of America, which announces their next Nintendo Direct presentation will heir on January 14, 2015, at 6 AM Pacific Time. The focus on this Direct will be on 3DS and Wii U titles that will launch this spring.
The cross between popular mobile game Puzzles & Dragons and Mario will be hitting the 3DS at the end of April!
11 years after the original games released, Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire take players back to the Hoenn region… and it’s more enticing than ever before.
New releases for the week of January 8, 2015, include Chariot, Mega Man Battle Network 2, Adventures of Lolo, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and more. Discounts include Wooden Sen’Sey, Puddle, Abyss, 99Moves, Shantae, and more.
Fans find virtually defenseless strategy in a “For Glory” mode Team Battle, using two Pac-Man characters and a trick you may have never thought of.
GameStop cuts price on select 3DS bundles to $169, perhaps signaling the arrival of something new.
Good News for Nintendo: both of their newest consoles are selling quite well in their homeland. The Wii U and both versions of the New 3DS outsold every other system last week in Japan, which is a great start for 2015. In addition to this, multiple games from the company are selling at a continuous pace, with Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire gaining […]
In two weeks, Citizens of Earth will be releasing for Wii U and 3DS eShops. Check out these new screens while you wait!
Remember back when Nintendo offered free exclusive games for people who bought the 3DS back when it first came out? Well Europe is doing something similar for Select Nintendo Club members with the latest edition of the 3DS.