This month’s Nintendo Direct Mini showed that there are several Wii U titles that are being ported over to the Switch and there’s quite a few Wii U owners who are salty about it – and they shouldn’t be.
The folks at Nintendo weren’t kidding when they said that their “new way to play” the Switch was for kids and those that are kids at heart.
Zero Time Dilemma is the concluding chapter of the fan-favorite Zero Escape trilogy that we almost didn’t get. Was the clamor for it worth the effort? Read on for my non-spoiler review of the Nintendo 3DS version.
Fire Emblem remains to be one of Nintendo’s hottest IPs at the moment, with several releases in the past couple of years. The franchise continues it’s hot streak with Fire Emblem Warriors coming out soon.
Nintendo has never had the level of 3rd party developer support since the era of the Super NES. Will the release of Doom and Wolfenstein II for the Nintendo Switch herald the return of 3rd party support for Nintendo?
As what is probably the biggest upcoming release for the Nintendo 3DS for 2017, any 3DS owner should already be aware of Metroid: Samus Returns. Just in case you aren’t, let me talk to you about one of the most anticipated Nintendo titles to be announced in this year’s E3.
It’s been more than a year since the release of Pokemon Go, Niantic’s record-breaking mobile game. Let’s take a moment to assess what has changed since then.