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    Partying at PAX Prime 2015

    Standing in the crowd before the expo halls open, you can feel the anticipation.  It’s contagious, and its hard not to get as equally stoked when waiting to enter PAX.  The wait is certainly worth it.  With so many games to play, it’s hard to be disappointed in PAX Prime 2015.  And yet, as soon […] More

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    Nintendo needs to keep being Nintendo

    Nintendo and the entire gaming world suffered a great loss in early July with the passing of Satoru Iwata, and now, after the well-deserved tributes looking back at his many contributions, from a programmer to the president, have subsided, naturally much talk has turned to Nintendo’s future. With their new system, codenamed “NX” already announced, details of which will supposedly be revealed next year […] More

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    Mario player, not ‘Mario Maker’

    Now right off the bat I want to state that I’m not against the idea of Nintendo developing a game-creating experience, and it’s very possible my opinion will not be shared by most, if any, of the rest of the staff here, but after months of watching videos, E3 Treehouse play sessions, and the crazy-awesome finale to […] More

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    Multiplayer Magic or Madness?: Nintendo’s E3 Surprises

    I remember playing The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition on my 3DS back in 2011 and simultaneously texting some friends eagerly looking for a time to get together so we could tackle the game together as it was truly meant to be played.  I remember even more vividly my disappointment when I saw that […] More

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    E3 2015 Hands-On: ‘Star Fox Zero’

    The game that headlined Nintendo’s E3 Direct, Star Fox Zero, was on full display at the E3 show floor with over seven demo kiosks stationed under a replica model Arwing hanging from the ceiling as well as four kiosks stationed within actual Arwings. The game, neither a sequel nor a reboot, reimagines the brave and […] More

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    E3 2015: ‘Super Mario Maker’ launching September 11th

    In honor of Super Mario’s 30th anniversary, Nintendo is releasing Super Mario Maker on September 11th. Fans will finally be able to create the Mario levels of their dreams. The tools allow creation of Super Mario Bros, Super Mario Bros 3, Super Mario World, and New Super Mario Bros courses. The editor will allow anyone to create […] More

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    ‘Splatoon’ is getting ready to mess up your Wii U

    The shooter genre has placed the player in a variety of different combat scenarios over the years, with settings ranging from military to space military, so when something different appears, it tends to get noticed, especially when the game is produced by a developer not exactly known for its running-and-gunning. But that’s exactly what Nintendo’s new ink-covered online multiplayer IP Splatoon is all about, albeit with a twist. More

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    10 Wild Nintendo E3 predictions

    Every year E3, brings us the biggest gaming news of the year, as Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo drop their biggest announcements about upcoming games, release dates and new consoles. With the three day conference fast approaching, I figured it would be a good time to release my 2015 predictions. With so many recent developments happening […] More

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