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Nintendo is now selling refurbished 3DS’s and DSi XL’s through their online store. Prices will range from $99 to $170 with software bundles. Just in case you enjoy going to GameStop as much as I do, you might want to know that Nintendo’s prices are as much as $30 below the brick and mortar retailer's prices, but are only available in the United States and Canada.
Mario and Luigi are probably the world's most famous brothers. Come summer, the duo will be appearing once again in a new game, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team.
Nintendo has given some new information on the Legend of Zelda series today during their Nintendo Direct presentation. Nintendo have announced that they are working on two titles for the Wii U, a new game in the series and a HD remake of the Gamecube classic, Wind Waker!
Dammit Nintendo, you win, I'll get a 3DS. It's no surprise that a pair of new Pokemon games are on the way, but this is genuinely pretty cool. Pokemon X and Y (get it?) will be the first main series 3D titles, and that's pretty dang exciting. We'll have to wait and see how well it works, but it's definitely enough to shake things up a bit. Check out the announcement trailer below. The two new games will hit shelves in October of this year.
Title: Sonic Adventure
Version Played: “DX: Director’s Cut” Release for the Gamecube
At this point, I think most people probably have a good idea of what consoles I owned and played on primarily through my early teens. Yes, up until I got my first Xbox (in a radio call-in contest, no less – I know, right?) I was a pretty hardcore Nintendo fanboy. By the time I really started getting obsessed with video games, though, the Sega/Nintendo console wars were over, and so I had no animosity toward everyone’s favorite blue hedgehog.
I don't think I'm the only one who would love to see a 3D rendition of Pokemon (and not just something like Pokemon Stadium, either. I mean the real deal). Well, luckily for me and those like me, someone has been hard at work on just that.
Canada is looking rather appealing these days, Nintendo has unveiled a brand new redesign for their last generation console, the Wii, which popped up on the Best Buy Canada website today at the low price of $99. Best Buy Canada is currently taking pre-orders for the December 7th release date. Maybe it's time for a road trip? Check out the new look below.
Do you wanna be the very best? Like no one ever was? Well now you can. At least if you live in Japan, and have a phone with internet capability. Nintendo has finally realized that they stand to make a butt load of money by expanding into the app marketplace, and have plans to release a Pokemon themed app at some point in the future.
I began the last day of Comic Con with a bang. The last panel I would go to this year: DC’s Batman spotlight.
If you’re anything like me at all, you are still picking your jaw off the ground after hearing about how spectacular the WiiU’s launch is shaping up be. With 20 something games ON LAUNCH DAY, including a new Mario game and the excellent looking Rayman Legends; it’s an auspicious start for Nintendo’s new console. However, arguably the biggest surprise of yesterday’s conference was the announcement of Bayonetta 2, the sequel to 2010’s revolutionary action beat-em-up.