Category: 3DS

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Goodbye, Club Nintendo | Part I: Registration

Club Nintendo launched in North America in 2009. The rewards program allowed participants to register their hardware and software to earn points that could be traded for Nintendo items. A lot of the early examples of rewards were items made...

/ March 30, 2015

What is Nintendo NX?

About two weeks ago, Nintendo announced that the company formed a partnership with DeNA to bring Nintendo IP to mobile devices. With the announcement, company President Satoru Iwata slipped in a detail about a new Nintendo console with a "brand-new concept",...

/ March 30, 2015

How Have You Spent 4 Years With 3DS?

Every week I ask my friends a question about video games and I post their responses as an article for you to read. Today marks the fourth birthday of the Nintendo 3DS. I wanted to know what everyone likes or...

/ March 27, 2015

Retro Spotlight: Star Fox 64

Star Fox 64 was first released on the Nintendo 64 in 1997. Developed by Nintendo EAD, Star Fox 64 is a sequel to the SNES game Star Fox. The game was the first game that supported the Rumble Pak for...

/ March 11, 2015

Majora’s Mask 3D Review in Progress: Scheduled Anxiety

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask was first released on October 26, 2000 in North America. The game was impressively developed in roughly one year, recycling assets from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in order to get the...

/ February 19, 2015

Nintendo, I Couldn’t Wait…

Nine years ago, Nintendo released a game in Japan that told the story of a boy named Lucas. The game was a sequel twelve years in the making, and it released for the Game Boy Advance. The game was Mother...

/ February 4, 2015

2015’s Most Anticipated Games

Looking ahead to 2015 produces a huge list of games that we are excited to play. 2014 was a great year for gaming, but primarily for Wii U owners. Nintendo fans saw the console make a significant turn around with...

/ January 26, 2015

What Can We Expect in the First Nintendo Direct of 2015?

November 5 was the last time that we got to watch Nintendo President Satoru Iwata present Nintendo news directly to us. It was only two months ago, but now that a new year has begun and we have started to...

/ January 12, 2015