Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch World Premiere Demonstrates New Entertainment Experiences from a Home Gaming System

Well! Colour me Excited! Impressed! The Nintendo Switch was revealed today – and I want one now! With what looked like a new Mario 3D game, new Mario Kart, more Splatoon and more, the Nintendo Switch is coming March 2017. Featuring a dock for playing on the TV and portability to allow gaming on the go, the … Continue reading

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Nintendo NX Reveal

Preview Trailer for Nintendo NX today

This is it folks – the one we’ve all been waiting for. Finally, since the first official announcement of Nintendo’s ‘new “dedicated games platform with a brand new concept”‘ in March last year, we finally get to see what it’s all about. Dual screen, mobile-home console hybrid? VR, AR, 4K, cartridge based? Hopefully we’re about to … Continue reading

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NS Review – Disney’s Magical World 2 (3DS)

I must admit that I hesitated when it came to “claiming” this game to review in the hypothetical Nintendo Scene offices; not because I thought it would be bad or I wouldn’t enjoy it, but because I know that my almost shameful love of Disney would come to light. But here we are, after several … Continue reading

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NS Review – Paper Mario: Color Splash

Arriving late to the Wii U party, Paper Mario: Color Splash is the fifth entry in the Paper Mario series by Intelligent Systems. Paper Mario, Paper Peach, and a Toad travel to Prism Island to investigate a disturbing letter containing another Toad completely drained of its colour. Upon arriving in Port Prisma, they are shocked to … Continue reading

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Paper Mario Colour Splash

Out this week on the eShop (6th Oct)

It’s a busy week for first party games on Nintendo consoles as we welcome a new Paper Mario in the form of Colour Splash on Wii U and a new Mario Party on 3DS. On top of those we have classic rpgs Breath of Fire I + II on virtual console on New 3DS and … Continue reading

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NS Monthly Most Played – September 2016

October is upon us, a month of autumn leaves, spoopy customs, and a surge in pumpkin related beverages taking Instagram by storm. Here at Nintendo Scene we have another Monthly Most Played article just for your reading pleasure, so you can indulge in our highly fascinating opinions while sipping away on your New-Super-Mocha-Frappe-Latte-Pumpkin-Spice-Fetidcino-U. Buckle up, … Continue reading

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NS Analysis: The Life of Metroid Prime – Federation Force

Several issues caused this article to be delayed until well after its official release, but with the extra time it’s now possible to analyse Metroid Prime: Federation Force’s performance in a broader context. Consider this article as half review and half reflection. Was the game fun to play? Were the outraged cries warranted? Why did it sell … Continue reading

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NS Review- Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice (3DS)

Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice (or as I like to refer to it; “Sanerc & Frondo’s do the Big Boom: Spicy & Icy”) is the 3rd instalment in the Sonic Boom series, a sequel to both the catastrophe that was Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric on the Wii U, and then Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal … Continue reading

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Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2

Out this week on the eShop (29th Sept)

This week on the eShop there is actually a lot. Surprising I know, but great to see nonetheless. Up first, is Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2, the good spiritual successor to Megaman, then there’s Steamworld Heist makes its to the Wii U, also out are the excellent looking Soul Axiom and the 8bit reboot of River … Continue reading

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Rhythm Paradise Megamix Preview 3DS

NS Preview – Going with the flow in Rhythm Paradise Megamix (3DS)

Have you ever found yourself standing at the bottom of some steps when pineapples start bouncing down towards you? You feel obliged to catch them of course, drawn in by the rhythm of the bouncing… Or, perhaps, you’ve found yourself plucking hairs from a range of vegetables? A catchy tune plays and you can’t help … Continue reading

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