Posts Tagged ‘Nintendo’
Posted by 360informer on October 24, 2011 under News
The popularity of Tetris is a bit of an odd phenomenon and when it comes to hand held portable versions, there are hundreds if not thousands of 'Tetris like' clones and adaptations. When it comes to Nintendo, this seems to be one of their biggest selling points on almost every system they've released across the board. Keeping Tetris alive is probably a smart move and most people including ga... more.
Posted by 360informer on October 3, 2011 under News
Surprise! The Nintendo 3DS finally has its first of what will surely be many 3D Brain Age knock-offs to come. Is Puzzler Mind Gym 3D worth investing the necessary brain power to play? Let's find out! After Brain Age captivated the cranial matter of Nintendo DS gamers of all walks of life half a decade ago, the floodgates broke wide open on the brain training genre. The same is bound to happen... more.
Posted by Topper the Wonderdog on September 29, 2011 under Best Games, News
Our guy on the beat can never get enough of Nintendo news and especially exclusive Nintendo details like the latest Press Release for Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword that was given to the gaming community at large earlier today. It's not the romantic trailer we've seen before. Nintendo has offered up some more details on the story as well as some more eye candy to taunt the millions of Zelda fa... more.
Posted by 360informer on September 22, 2011 under News
As a companion release to Driver: San Francisco on consoles, Ubisoft has quietly released an original Driver episode for portable gamers to enjoy on Nintendo 3DS. It may not be the full free roam Driver fans are used to, but it has enough redeeming qualities to make it worth a look if you're into quick-burst driving games. Driver: San Francisco isn’t the only new Driver game on the block this y... more.
Posted by 360informer on September 4, 2011 under News
Tecmo and Team Ninja bring their popular, bouncy-boob Dead or Alive fighting series to the Nintendo 3Ds. Does it make a successful jump into the third dimension? Dead Or Alive Dimensions 3DS Review My first experience with the Dead or Alive series was with Dead or Alive 4 when it was released on the Xbox 360 shortly after the system launched in 2005. Back then I was less interested in the ga... more.
Posted by 360informer on September 4, 2011 under News
GameGuideDog covered you back in July with a full Resident Evil The Mercenaries 3D Walkthrough for 3Ds. Capcom's first Resident Evil game for Nintendo 3DS isn't a full Resident Evil, but rather a fleshed out compilation of the Mercenaries time attack modes made famous as unlockables in Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5. Can what was previously a bonus mini-game hold up as a standalone gam... more.
Posted by 360informer on August 30, 2011 under Wii-WiiU
If you are looking for a complete strategy guide and game help for Xenoblade Chronicles then look no further, click the walkthrough guide book at the top of this page for the complete Xenoblade Chronicles Walkthrough! Now, on to the full review from our partners TheParanoidGamer who says: Xeonblade Chronicles Walkthrough "Where to begin? I'm not the biggest RPG fan in the world, I barely touc... more.
Posted by 360informer on August 30, 2011 under News, Nintendo 3DS
Looking for a fun game to play on your new, price-slashed Nintendo 3DS? Well, if you enjoyed the Wii Sports games on the Wii, DualPenSports brings the same brand of sports mini-game fun to the portable arena. It’s surprising to me that Nintendo has yet to attempt its own portable rendition of its popular Wii Sports series, particularly for the 3DS with all of its fancy touch scree... more.
Posted by 360informer on August 23, 2011 under News
Ubisoft has been working away on PS3, Wii and Xbox 360 versions of Rayman Origins for a while now, but it's also been announced that the game is headed for releases on Nintendo and Sony's latest portable gaming devices, the 3DS and PS Vita. How does the game look on the small screen? Our partners at VGBlogger have the first screenshots of the game on both handheld platforms, so pa... more.
Posted by 360informer on August 17, 2011 under News
Coming full circle, with every innovation that's been given to the series over the years, Nintendo's celebration of the 25th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda™ series continues in full force, and as reported earlier today, with the announcement that The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword will launch in North America on Nov. 20, the epic adventure, created from the ground up for the Wii console, sen... more.
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