NS Review – Super Mario Party (Switch)

Ahh Mario Party, the game that could change fortunes in a flash. No lead was ever safe, no victory was guaranteed, and everything could change from a dice roll. If a group doesn’t want skill to determine the winner, Mario Party was the most obvious choice. When Hudson Soft’s Mario Party was in its prime, … Continue reading

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Nintendo UK bringing Pokémon: Let’s Go, Super Mario Party and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to EGX 2018

Nintendo UK at EGX 2018

That’s right folks, this year’s EGX will feature the first UK hands on opportunities to play Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu!, Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! and Super Mario Party, plus, we’ll be able to get our hands on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate too! The event will be host to a Splatoon 2 UK Championship 2018 Qualifier … Continue reading

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Simon Belmont and King K. Rool are coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – and other exciting reveals from today’s Nintendo Direct

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Simon Belmont and King K. Rool

In a frankly awesome Nintendo Direct this afternoon Nintendo revealed that not only is Simon Belmont joining Smash Bros. Ultimate, but King K. Rool is too! We were bombarded with news of Richter Belmont, Chrom and Dark Samus also joining as Echo fighters, that 100 stages will feature in the game, 900 music compositions will be … Continue reading

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NS Review – Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Switch)

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Nintendo Switch Review

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is a game full of new ideas. That is, of course, unless you played it on Wii U. Originally released in January 2015 in Europe, this re-relase is much the same game you know from 3 years ago, where you guide Captain Toad and Taodette around over 70 ingeniously designed 3D … Continue reading

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NS Review – Mario Tennis Aces (Switch)

No Mario sports series has visited us as often as Camelot’s Mario Tennis; Mario and company have rallied on each home console since the Nintendo 64, with a few handheld instalments along the way. Returning three years after the hollow experience that was Ultra Smash for Wii U, Mario Tennis Aces is the first Mario … Continue reading

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Nintendo at E3 2018: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Fortnite, Pokémon and more launching this year

Nintendo E3 2018 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

There we have it folks; Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch is confirmed as ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’. Or ‘Special’ as it’s known as in Japan. And pretty special it does look indeed. Featuring ‘every single fighter ever featured in the series’, the ‘Ultimate’ Smash Bros. game arrives on 7th December – and ‘everyone is here!’. … Continue reading

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NS Review – Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido (Switch)

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido review

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido, is the latest colour matching, fast paced addictive, tactical, action-puzzle game from Nintendo, where you must engage in duels by stacking plates of sushi and hurling them at each other. Yep, you read that right – this latest super unique spin on colour matching revolves around sushi, spirits, plates, … Continue reading

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Nintendo Switch Online: NES games with online play and Save Data Cloud backup, launching in September

Nintendo Switch Save Data Cloud Back

Today Nintendo have revealed some details about their forthcoming paid Switch online service. The highlight being that the ability to backup save data ‘for most Nintendo Switch games’ to the cloud will be included. Whilst this ‘most games’ statement is a little concerning, it’s a must needed feature that’s been missing since the Switch launched. I’m … Continue reading

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NS Review – Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Switch)

2014 was arguably the best year for the Nintendo Wii U; it saw the release of many of the console’s highest-selling games, including the no. 1 seller Mario Kart 8, the Switch release of which has already surpassed the original’s sales. Nintendo also released Super Smash Bros for Wii U, a game that’s still being played … Continue reading

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Changes At Nintendo As Key Figures Step Down From Their Positions

In a day infused with a tremendous amount of good news from Nintendo’s fiscal earnings for the year and the phenomenal success of the Switch and its games, two large staffing changes came to light yesterday with Nintendo’s President, Tatsumi Kimishima, and Nintendo of Europe President Satoru Shibata both announcing their retirement and promotion respectively. … Continue reading

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