Nintendo Switch Unboxing and Preview

Nintendo Switch Unboxing and Preview

This week we were lucky enough to get our hands on our very own Nintendo Switch. Our big thanks go out to Nintendo UK for sending us one this early. You can check out our unboxing video below, as well as some photos of the kit. There are more over on our Facebook page. And … Continue reading

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Hands-On: Impressions of Nintendo Switch – Part Two

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After Part One, in which Conor and myself gave our opinions on the hands-on Nintendo Switch Premiere event in London (which you can read here), today we hear from another couple of our staff who attended. What did they think of the Switch, it’s games and its potential future as Nintendo’s next big hardware release … Continue reading

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Hands-On: Impressions of Nintendo Switch – Part One

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After the (very early) presentation for Nintendo Switch, several of us had the immense privilege of attending a hands-on with the new console in London hosted by Nintendo UK. After a painfully early coach we were on our way to Hammersmith, but what did we think of our time with Nintendo’s next bit of kit? … Continue reading

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Nintendo Switch Launches on 3rd March – Nintendo UK PR

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So, did you watch the presentation? What do you think? Pre-ordered yours yet? What was your favourite announcement? We here at Nintendo Scene still have a lot of questions about Nintendo’s new box of joy and we can’t wait to get our hands on the Nintendo Switch at our hands-on play session tomorrow in London. … Continue reading

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Nintendo Switch Presentation: Nintendo Scene’s Hopes and Predictions

Nintendo Switch Hopes and Predictions

This is it folks; in just a few hours the big Nintendo Switch presentation will be here. And what a treat it promises to be. Live from Japan in the early hours of tomorrow morning, or later tonight, depending where in the world you reside, fans are looking forward to seeing more details about Nintendo’s … Continue reading

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Nintendo Scene’s Wii U & 3DS Games of the Year 2016

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With the year finally at a close we at Nintendo Scene are looking back at some of our favorite releases from the Big N- here are our Wii U and 3DS Games of the Year for 2016. Wii U Conor: It’s been an average year for first and second-party Nintendo games, with nothing on the … Continue reading

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NS Review – Super Mario Maker 3DS

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Super Mario Maker launched for the Wii U on the 11th September 2015 , topping charts, racking up an impressive list of nominations (most of which it won), and even helping sell console bundles. Last year I gave Super Mario Maker my Wii U Game of the Year Award, a tough choice between that, Splatoon, … Continue reading

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Nintendo Switch – The mobility of a handheld with the power of a home gaming system

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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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NS Review – Paper Mario: Color Splash

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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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NS Analysis: The Life of Metroid Prime – Federation Force

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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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