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10:30 AM on 03.20.2015

The Great Golden Mario amiibo Hunt & amiibo painting pandemonium!

Last night I ventured out to see if I could aquire golden Mario amiibo from Walmart as well as the Mario Party 10 bundle with the normal Mario amiibo live on our Twitch channel. It was a thrill ride that most of yo...

Jed Whitaker

10:40 PM on 03.19.2015

You missed me on a treasure hunt to find the elusive golden Mario amiibo!

Update: You've missed the stream but fear not, you can watch the replays here! In what could be the best or worst decision I've made, I'll live streaming my hunt for a golden Mario amiibo tonight. Using my technical wiza...

Jed Whitaker

11:00 AM on 03.19.2015

Nintendo Download: Mario Party 10

Tomorrow, the Wii U will get Mario Party 10, which is probably the biggest release this week. Aside from that, you can nab Pentapuzzle, Klonoa 2: Dream Champ Tournament (GBA), Elliot Quest, and Super Destronaut toda...

Chris Carter

9:00 AM on 03.19.2015

Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden dated in Japan

Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden, developed by Arc System Works, is coming this year on the 3DS. It's all set for a Japanese-only release for now, and as of this week we have a final release date -- June 11. If you pick up...

Chris Carter

8:00 AM on 03.19.2015

Pokémon Rumble World classified in Australia

Based on a listing by the Australia Classification Board, Pokémon Rumble World exists, and seeks to continue the franchise at some point in the near future. The listing denotes a "multiplatform" mark, which points...

Chris Carter

11:30 PM on 03.18.2015

Ass-to-mouth dinosexual action in Nintendo's Fossil Fighters: Frontier

I've been playing the upcoming Nintendo-published 3DS exclusive Fossil Fighters: Frontier for review purposes and can finally show you this glorious scene in all its glory. I've always been a bit of a dinosexual myself, ...

Jed Whitaker

8:00 PM on 03.18.2015

This Sega Dreamcast theme for 3DS is legit

The first time I booted up my Dreamcast with The House of the Dead 2, I believe it was, I thought the machine was broken. I'd ordered it along with a bundle of used games and controllers on eBay, so that was a real possibili...

Jordan Devore

10:30 AM on 03.17.2015

Pokémon Shuffle limiting Mega Lucario to a contest

Pokémon Shuffle is a pain to get through without constantly playing the waiting game, but if you're keen, Nintendo has been running occasional events to net special Pokémon. The newest promotion is a contest to ...

Chris Carter

4:00 AM on 03.17.2015

Nintendo and DeNA enter into licensing agreement for mobile development

Today, Nintendo  and DeNA formed a capital and licensing alliance to bring Nintendo intellectual properties to smart devices. They will also be creating a multi-device membership service set to deploy worldwide. The part...

Jason Faulkner

1:30 PM on 03.16.2015

LEGO Jurassic World's trailer features festive raptors, Jeff Goldblum

The new trailer for LEGO Jurassic World really knows how to get me super pumped for a Jurassic Park game. It features several scenes from the 1993 movie animated in the LEGO style. Everything from the T. Rex chase scene, to ...

Ben Davis

11:00 AM on 03.13.2015

Kaio: King of Pirates, that long-delayed Inafune project, is canceled

Don't think that I've forgotten about Kaio: King of Pirates. I've been following its development pretty closely for years now, and I was excited at the prospect of it finally coming to light. Maybe it was delayed because...

Chris Carter





10:00 PM on 03.12.2015

February NPD proves we still love Zelda

It looks like we can all temper those Nintendo is doomed stories that always pop up in their forever click-bait form. According to the latest NPD numbers for February, Nintendo proved that they still have the ability to print...

Robert Summa



Fire Emblem amiibo support for Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. doesn't add much photo
Fire Emblem amiibo support for Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. doesn't add much
by Chris Carter

Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. is out, and you can read the full verdict here on the core game. Of course, where there is amiibo functionality to be covered, I'll be there.

Right now, Code Name supports four total figures -- Marth, Ike, Robin, and Lucina. As of this week only the former two are actually out, with the latter pair launching in April. As such, I'll be covering Marth and Ike here, and cover Robin and Lucina at a later date.

Got it? Good.

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11:00 AM on 03.12.2015

Nintendo Download: Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.

Although the 3DS is the highlight today, the Wii U is getting a few titles this week. In addition to Trine Enchanted Edition, you'll also find F-Zero GP Legend, Don't Touch Anything Red, and My Style Studio: Notebook. Th...

Chris Carter



Sega brings back OutRun with style for the 3D Classics Series photo
Sega brings back OutRun with style for the 3D Classics Series
by Alessandro Fillari

One of the great things about Sega's ongoing 3DS Classics series is that it allows retro games from the publisher's past to find a new audience. And given its rich and diverse history of quirky and fan-favorite titles, there's plenty to remaster for quite some time.

One of the upcoming remasters is Sega's legendary racing title OutRun. Though it was already released overseas last year, western audiences are finally able to get their hands on the title on March 12 (that's tomorrow!).

But before you do, why don't you take a minute to learn just what went into this port. I managed to get some hands-on time with the remaster, along with a quick chat with Sega producer Yosuke Okunari, who had quite a lot to say about its transition to new hardware.

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Review: Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. photo
Review: Code Name: S.T.E.A.M.
by Kyle MacGregor

Nintendo has created some of the most bizarre intellectual properties in the medium, but the latest strategy game from Intelligent Systems (the studio behind Fire Emblem and Advance Wars) may be among the strangest. The adventure follows Abraham Lincoln and a crack team of agents conscripted from American folklore and classic literature on a mission to repel an alien invasion.

What's more, the Nintendo 3DS game is set in a steampunk universe. Meanwhile the art direction draws inspiration from the Golden Age of Comics. It's an extraordinary pastiche, to say the least. However, despite its originality of the concept, Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. never quite lives up to the intrigue one might expect, given the project's pedigree and fascinating pool of influences.

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