Layton’s Mystery Journey gets a concrete release date for Nintendo 3DS

On July 20th, Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire’s Conspiracy was released for both iOS and Android, and was greeted with a mostly positive critical response. As the series started out life on the Nintendo DS, Nintendo loyalists desperately wanted to know when the game would be heading to the 3DS family of systems – … Continue reading

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NS Preview: Samus Returns

This year’s E3 event proved to be quite a success for Samus Aran. With two games announced – one for each of Nintendo’s premier consoles – she is back in the fold after her absence from Metroid Prime: Federation Force. Technically she wasn’t absent, but the player didn’t control Samus, nor should she have been … Continue reading

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Splatfests will now Feature an Exclusive Stage

This weekend marks the first post-release Splatfest on Splatoon 2, and the first in which players can keep their rewards. Super Sea Snails, which are used to enhance gear, will be available as prizes this time. In a surprising announcement, it seems there will be a new stage introduced for the Splatfest… and only for … Continue reading

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SNES Classic Mini Announced and Set for September Release!

As of 5pm BST today, Nintendo have announced that they are following up the hugely popular (and worryingly understocked) NES Mini with the SNES Classic Mini on 29th September. Much alike its predecessor, this little console (which fits pretty much into the palm of your hand) will plug into your TV and run 21 different … Continue reading

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E3 Week 2017 – NintenRave II – Nintendo and the eSports Scene

Welcome back to #NSE3Week, and how about another NintenRave? For those that aren’t aware, my Raves are articles in which I discuss something that Nintendo has done that pleases me or I’m impressed by. So, on this occasion (with around five days until Nintendo’s showing at E3) I want to shine a spotlight on something … Continue reading

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NS Review – Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo Switch)

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Review

From the fluffy snow and smooth shiney ice surfaces of Mount Wario, to the cheddar rocks of Cheese Land, the rushing water of Shy Guy Falls and Piranha Plant Pipeway, to the dirt track of Excitebike and the lush grass of Moo Moo Farm, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has such a wide range of locations … Continue reading

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Splatoon 2: E3 Tournament to Feature Top Teams from 4 Regions

Nintendo has revealed its plans for E3 2017, and the main focus is undoubtedly Super Mario Odyssey. However, there’s more exciting news on the Splatoon 2 invitational tournament, which will take place on June 13th. Unlike the Nintendo World Championships, the ‘World Inkling Invitational’ will truly be a world competition as four teams will be competing, … Continue reading

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Splatoon 2: E3 Exhibition Tournament Announced

Nintendo of America has announced that a pre-release exhibition tournament for Splatoon 2 will take place at E3 in June. The announcement was made on Twitter yesterday. A #Splatoon2 pre-release, exhibition tournament is coming to #E32017! Stay tuned for more details. pic.twitter.com/rFB3yvhCNm — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) April 25, 2017 This will be the third … Continue reading

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NS Review – Fast RMX (Switch)

Preceding the upcoming Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, there’s another Wii U racer enjoying the updated-release treatment for the Switch. Fast Racing Neo was a fantastic game created by small German developer Shin’en Multimedia. With Neo being one of the best indie Wii U exclusives, Shin’en has immediately boarded the Switch boat and thankfully completed Fast RMX in time for the console’s … Continue reading

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NS Review – Snipperclips (Switch)

In 2015, a small game development team of two brothers from London – known as SFB Games – showcased a prototype called FriendShapes at EGX. One year later, they found themselves working with Nintendo after holding discussions regarding publishing. Fast forward another year, and the brainchild of brothers Tom and Adam Vian – now called Snipperclips – is … Continue reading

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