Starting today, if you purchase (or have purchased in the past) one of these games at full price, you will be able to get any of the others at 60% off. What are the games? We’re glad you asked!
Nintendo Investor Briefing Brings DS Virtual Console, NFC, Licensing, Mario Kart, and Non-Wearable Tech News
Nintendo’s January 30 investor briefing has concluded. What did they discuss? Let’s find out!
Want to listen to some awesome music AND support the next generation of musicians? Check it out!
How do I play Super Smash Bros. on my Wii U with a GameCube Controller? Let me show you.
Yesterday, Capcom has announced Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate will finally be available on the Nintendo 3DS in North America in early 2015. Check out the announcement video!
We look at 10 more of the worst Miiverse posts, including a couple Game of the Year nominations, someone who already has Smash Bros. for Wii U or 3DS, someone who enjoys having no friends, an interesting drawing of Zelda, someone who found meaning to his life by playing Family Party 30 Great Games, and more.
Check out Renegade Kid’s latest project – an awesome-looking episodic 3DS first-person shooter running at 60 FPS with Circle Pad Pro support!
New Releases on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShops for the week of January 23, 2014 – Mighty Bomb Jack and Life Force. Discounts on Shin Megami Tensei IV and Fractured Soul.
Last night, Nintendo of America took to Twitter to announce that the delayed 3DS app, Pokémon Bank has come to some Asian countries, and we should expect to hear more about its launch in other countries, including North America very soon.
We look at 10 more of the worst Miiverse posts, including people who are jumping into Metroid for the first time, one who thinks the next Pokemon game should be subtitled after a people-group, another who just needs to relieve himself, and more.
What’s new on NintendoFuse’s YouTube channel this week? A “Top 3″ video, some music and the long-awaited sequel to “Allan & Nicole!” (Well, ‘long-awaited’ might be a bit of a stretch).
How can Rayman possibly compete with the greatest platforming franchise of all time? Easy. The New Super Mario Bros. franchise is artistically dead.
Just how cool is Phineas and Ferb’s Quest for Cool Stuff?