Posts Tagged ‘Nintendo’
Posted by Lady SAGA on March 25, 2014 under News
PAX East will see plenty of big names descend upon Boston on April 11-13, from Microsoft to Oculus to Ubisoft to Square Enix. And plenty of you, I'm sure. Side Questing stumbled on the full list of exhibitors, which you can see below and plan what you'll spend the weekend checking out (besides booze and too many fedoras). Nintendo of America have confirmed today that they won't be attending thi... more.
Posted by Twitty The Fool on March 11, 2014 under PS3 / PS4, Wii/U, X360 / XBox ONE
I do label people according to what they play mostly or how much time they spend playing. Casuals, hardcore, addicts, whatever but all gamers and respect them all. I love Sony, respect Nintendo, and don't like Microsoft when it comes to consoles. Love and respect to all gamers. Just don't support products looking to fck up our beloved hobby/culture or whatever While at school, I was talking to a... more.
Posted by Robert Strick on March 11, 2014 under Tech Bones
Image via CrunchBase Keep in mind that roms are for back up if you OWN THE MACHINE! Emulators are the culprit allowing folks to play them, but even those are merely tools to confirm a valid copy of the ROM. Are they illegal? Yes. Should they be? Probably, but playing games that are otherwise not available anywhere on earth any longer are a good source of nostalgia and also help to promot... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on June 10, 2013 under News
Don't miss a moment of this years E3 2013 live stream events! It's all right here right now! For convenience the live streaming videos are below as well as all the major necessary links to other websites and relevant opening conference E3 2013 videos! To watch E3 2013 live streams online, simply make your way to the following live coverage on websites like: GameSpot.com, and IGN.com, ... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on May 31, 2013 under New Releases, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS Spotlights, Nintendo DS, Nintendo DS Spotlights, Walkthroughs
Welcome to the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity Walkthrough Publisher: Nintendo Developer: Chunsoft Platform: Nintendo 3DS Released: Nov 23, 2012 (JP) | May 17, 2013 (EUR) | March 24, 2013 (US) Genre: Dungeon Crawler Rating: E (ESRB) Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity Walkthrough (Click the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Walkt... more.
Posted by 360informer on August 18, 2012 under News
After a long time away, Kid Icarus takes flight once more in Uprising for the Nintendo 3DS. Is his return triumphant or do poor controls hamper his comeback party, or perhaps both? Read on to find out! One of the first things that Pit says after the goddess Palutena calls him in to battle the evil forces of Medusa and her crew of nasties is "Did you miss me?" My response: "No." I grew up ... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on June 24, 2012 under News
You've found the best place for the full officially approved Pokemon Conquest walkthrough which will guide you from start to finish for this action RPG Pokemon title, including all cutscenes, gameplay, special hidden secrets, bonus items, how to expand the experience and get unique items more easily. It's a new way to play Pokémon in a land filled with Warriors and Pokémon and the ties that b... more.
Posted by James Sullivan on March 18, 2012 under News
The 3DS has certainly turned itself around in the past year. A rocky launch and a dearth of software seemed to spell certain doom for the future of Nintendo's little handheld. Claims were made that the poor performance of the 3DS was proof that smartphone gaming had killed off dedicated handheld gaming. How could Nintendo compete with the app store, with its thousands upon thousands of one dolla... more.
Posted by 360informer on March 15, 2012 under New Releases, Nintendo 3DS Spotlights
Before the Olympic Games begin this summer, Sega and Nintendo are back with another installment in their mascot sports mini-game crossover. First released on the Wii over the 2011 holidays, Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games is now available in a new version built specifically for the Nintendo 3DS. Read on to see how it turned out. It’s amazing how a game can be so different... more.
Posted by 360informer on February 17, 2012 under Featured, New Releases, Nintendo 3DS Spotlights
Resident Evil is back on the Nintendo 3DS, this time in the true survival horror action form the series is famous for. Fans disappointed by the limited substance found in The Mercenaries 3D, this is the portable Resident Evil you've been waiting for! One our favorite partners namely VGBlogger has the full story: By this point, it’s like slipping on a familiar, tattered and bloody glove: The... more.