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The Fall

NS Impressions: The Fall

The Fall is the debut effort by development studio Over The Moon, whose game was successfully funded through their Kickstarter project. This month it has finally come to the eShop on the Wii U, meaning Nintendo fans can get their hands on the indie platformer. The first hour of gameplay certainly makes one enthusiastic for more; the game’s … Continue reading

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Cubicorn Games Double Feature

Tales from Kickstarter – Super Cucumber & Down the Drain (Wii U)

Once upon a time on a crowd funding platform far away… There was an engaged couple of Computer Science graduates from Detroit, Michigan (US) who united together to form an independent studio by the name of Cubicorn Games. ‘Two heads are better than one’ and ‘it takes two to tango’ sayings aside they’re in need … Continue reading

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Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush – Launching in Europe on 8th May for Wii U

That’s right folks; Nintendo have revealed today that Kirby’s ‘most clay-ful adventure yet’ will be with us on 8th May. Are you looking forward to this game? Let us know in the comments below. And check out the PR from Nintendo UK here. Guide Kirby on a wave of Rainbow Ropes through a gloriously colourful … Continue reading

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NS Impressions – MP Trilogy – Metroid Prime 2: Echoes

As covered by Conor previously, the wonderful Wii package of the incredibly popular Metroid Prime Trilogy has been released as a download on the Wii U eShop. Despite this download being quite a size, and now no longer as cheap as it was on initial release, I couldn’t recommend that everyone at least give it … Continue reading

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A Space Odyssey; Or How To Solve A Problem Like Metroid: Other M

If there’s one thing that I have wanted to do since we resurrected Nintendo Scene, it has been to write editorial articles. After wracking my brain over what to divide opinion with, or what could potentially cause controversy or inspire debate, I settled on one of Nintendo’s most beloved franchises; Metroid. Being a great lover … Continue reading

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Armikrog. GamePad Concept 01

Indie-ana Wii U & the Raiders of the Lost Art

Hello there, the name’s Boots *stands up* and I like Indie games *sits down and awaits slow clap*. One thing is clear since the rise of the eShop and the ever increasing ease to develop and self-publish Unity or HTML5 based games on the Wii U, the Indie scene has gained a new lease of … Continue reading

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NS Impressions – Pokémon Shuffle (3DS)

It had to happen eventually. Nintendo have finally stepped into the F2P (Free-to-play) arena, and what possible way could be better to do so than to use an existing, popular IP? On that note, welcome to Pokémon Shuffle, a ‘Mon themed match three puzzle game. As far as I know by my couple of hours … Continue reading

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Pokémon Shuffle launches Europe-wide today

That’s right folks – it’s the free to play Pokémon puzzle game we’ve all been waiting for! Download it now from the Nintendo 3DS eShop. For the full run down on what it’s all about check out the following press release from the Pokémon Company. Hours of fun to be had at no cost with … Continue reading

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Sneaky Ninja FEAT

Tales from Kickstarter – Sneaky Ninja (Wii U)

Once upon a time on a crowd funding platform far away… There was an official Nintendo Wii U independent developer called Starfall Studios who were seeking support for a game they named Sneaky Ninja. It was their answer to Mark of the Ninja if it had been raised by a Super Mario of a stepfather. … Continue reading

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NS Impressions – The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D (3DS)

After years of campaigns, e-mails, and online complaining The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask has finally been given the same treatment as its revered older brother. So we now have a remake of the far darker title on Nintendo 3DS, with all the bells and whistles that Ocarina of Time had; but how does it … Continue reading

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IRONFALL Invasion breaches #Nintendo3DSDay

First and foremost Nintendo Scene readers here’s a happy #Nintendo3DSDay! What an extremely busy day for all of you 3DS owners new and old. As with the likes of today’s new retail releases The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate etc. the Nintendo eShop has also gotten its fair share … Continue reading

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NS Impressions – Bravely Default (3DS)

Oh Square-Enix, where did you go so wrong? You began as the apple of my eye, one of the god-tier developers, and then you managed to ruin Final Fantasy some how. However, with that little rant out of the way, let’s look at Bravely Default. It’s a JRPG in every sense of the word: huge, … Continue reading

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Basic RGB

NS Impressions – New Nintendo 3DS

As Wes has already said, the New Nintendo 3DS launches in less than a week, on February 13th. Should you shell out your hard-earned money on the upgrade to the new system? Or is it frankly an insult to the 3DS fanbase? Wes laid out his argument for the New Nintendo 3DS XL, so I’ll … Continue reading

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Friday 13th – Unlucky for some but not for Nintendo Handheld fans with new consoles, bundles, games & free themes launching

That’s right folks, Nintendo have termed this Friday, 13th February, #Nintendo3DSDay Highlights include the launch of the brand new 3DS consoles, plus The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, plus the update for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS is released tomorrow, 10th February, which allows amiibo compatibility with the new consoles. Here’s … Continue reading

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NS Impressions: MP Trilogy – Metroid Prime

Despite considering myself a lover of the Metroid series and a huge admirer of its lead character Samus Aran, I have never finished a Metroid game; it was only last year that I began playing the series. I almost made it through Super Metroid – my first played game of the series – and have yet to … Continue reading

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