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New Super Mario Bros. 2 Game is slated to be launched in Japan and North America this August
Iwata also released screenshots of the new Mario Bros 2D game in last night’s conference. Nintendo also adds that: “This all-new, side-scrolling adventure features Mario, Luigi and all your fave characters from the Mario series.”
The game’s release date in Europe was not mentioned.View Article Source »
Following the announcement of a bleak quarterly report, Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata has officially announced that it will soon catch up with its competitors and launch its own online gaming network.
‘Nintendo Network’, Nintendo’s aptly-named online network, will allow users to compete and interact with other users and enjoy ‘not just game add-ons but fully downloadable retail games as well’.Read the rest of the article »
Here’s your ultimate guide to the five gaming press conferences that are slated to be held at this week's Tokyo Game Show 2011!
The best way to become updated with the latest news on the video gaming industry is through attending its major events. And perhaps one of the much-awaited shows in the industry to date is the Tokyo Game Show 2011, which will kick off on September 15-18, 2011. Similar to other game expo/conventions, the TGS is used by different video game developers to introduce their upcoming titles and game-related devices.
Meanwhile, before the show opens its doors on Thursday, a lot of important events strive for your attention. Posted after the cut are the pre-Tokyo Game Show events that are set to be held this week.Read the rest of the article »
While we can't magically summon Ocarina of Time 3D to our Nintendo 3DS consoles, we can gander at some sweet Zelda goodness with these new screenshots.
So while we wait until Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D hit our Nintendo 3DS this June 19, Nintendo presents some sweet in-game screenshots of what the game would look like. Of course it’s not in 3D, but it’s quite enough to tickle our taste buds for some yummy Zelda-licious goodness. Two months to go, people!
Check out the gallery below for some sweet treat.View Article Source »
Final Fantasy reigns supreme once again, as Square Enix's Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy for the PSP dominates the sales charts for the month of March.
Out to prove that Final Fantasy is still one of the kings of the gaming industry, Square Enix’s latest Final Fantasy entry – Dissidia Duodecim  Final Fantasy – tops the sales charts in Japan for the month of March. According to Enterbrain and Famitsu, the cross-over fighting game outperforms stellar entries coming from the PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo 3DS. Dissidia Duodecim, GADG salutes you!
Released last March 3, Dissidia Duodecim has sold a total of 414,127 units, which accounts for the game itself and the Chaos & Cosmos Limited Edition PSP bundle. It’s nearest competitor – PS3′s Dynasty Warriors 7 – landed an impressive number of 375,372 sold units, while Nintendo 3DS game – Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask – completes the top three spot with 128,178 units sold.
See the complete sales chart after the break!Read the rest of the article »
Launched just last week in the UK, the Nintendo 3DS is reportedly making numerous of Britons sick.
The newly launched 3D game console has been getting complaints from hundreds of buyers in Britain who said they felt dizzy after playing the game.
The Nintendo 3DS is the first handheld device to offer games, entertainment and films in 3D without the need for special glasses. The gaming console pulls this feature off by flashing separate imageries into each eye, thus creating illusions of depth.Read the rest of the article »
Don't know what to do with your Nintendo 3DS if you experience any system freezes? Neither does Nintendo! That's why they're asking you to return it to them.
It’s been barely a week since the Nintendo 3DS rolled into North American and other non-Japanese shores, and several gamers have already been experiencing system freezes on the console. These system freezes entail in either a blank white or black screen, and an inability to turn the power off unless you remove the batteries.
Nintendo has already issued a statement at Nintendo.com’s Troubleshooting page, advising Nintendo 3DS owners with similar malfunctions to return their consoles to Nintendo for repair (or more likely a replacement).
Nintendo America has yet to share a word regarding the matter, while Nintendo UK advises 3DS owners to try the latest system update first before contacting the Nintendo Customer Service Center. There are no reports of any system errors from Nintendo 3DS owners in Japan, so it looks like something went wrong when they were making the international edition of the handheld.
Hit the break to check out how the system freeze looks like.Read the rest of the article »
Is Nintendo robbing the consumers from a possibly cheaper Nintendo 3DS? Or is there more to the hardware than meets the eye?
Nintendo has always provided their consumers with top-notch, relatively cheap products that usually leave us smiling. But an analysis from UBM TechInsights may put things in perspective for a moment, as they unveiled that Nintendo 3DS’ raw components cost roughly $101 per unit. The Nintendo 3DS unit currently has a retail price of $250, around 150% more than what it is made. Has Nintendo robbed its consumers?
Well, there’s more to the tale than the raw figures. The makings of a Nintendo 3DS doesn’t only comprise of its raw materials. Beyond its bits and pieces, money has to be shelled out for marketing, research, development costs, labor, packaging and distribution. And even though the raw goods sound cheap, the rest definitely isn’t. That’s why the Nintendo 3DS is priced that way.Read the rest of the article »
The Nintendo Wii is not going down without a fight, but Nintendo admits it's a little occupied with the nintendo 3DS and Pokemon Black and White.
Currently not satisfied about the game releases on the Nintendo Wii? Well you’re not alone. Perhaps the entire Wii-population is already wondering if the console still got some juice left in its lifespan as Nintendo shifts their focus to “two big balls” they’re juggling, the Nintendo 3DS and Pokemon Black and White. For the past couple of months, we’ve seen titles from the “mmm.. okay..” to the “screw this I don’t need another party titled game,” which makes us wonder if Nintendo still cares about their revolutionary console.
“There’s content coming, and we’ll be sharing more, certainly, in the weeks ahead,” said Nintendo President, Reggie Fils-Aime. Well, there’s your answer. The console’s still got some tricks under its sleeve before E3 and “more news” will be revealed during the expo this June. And with the Legend of Zelda celebrating its 25th anniversary, we’re quite comfortable saying that they won’t leave the Nintendo Wii out of the loop. Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, anyone?
Hit the break to see the IGN interview with Nintendo President, Reggie Fils-Aime.Read the rest of the article »
Three hours? Not with Nyko Technologies. Experience twice the fun of the Nintendo 3DS with the Power Pak+ and Charge Base.
Nyko Technologies has heeded our call and unveiled two new accessories that will expand the battery life of our shiny new Nintendo 3DS units: the Power Pak+ and the Charge Base. The Power Pak+ is a high capacity Nintendo 3DS rechargeable battery pack that gives double the battery life the original 3DS batter offers. The Charge Base on the other hand is a charghing and storage solution that makes sure your Nintendo 3DS is fully charged. The Power Pak+ is set for a release this March 27, while the Charge Base is coming a week after.Read the rest of the article »
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