Hands On Preview – Fire Emblem Warriors (Switch)

Last week, Nintendo Scene were invited to attend a press event at Nintendo UK HQ to play the games from Nintendo’s stellar showing at E3 2017. So over the next few days, we will be posting hands on previews of the various games that we got to play at the event. Next on the list; … Continue reading

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E3 Week 2017 – NintenRant VII – Nintendo, Innovation and Imitation

Welcome back everyone once again to #NSE3Week, where I will be posting new articles relating to E3 every day until the broadcast at E3 2017 (look back through the last few posts for the last few days’ articles). This one is a little late, so I apologise for that, but let’s get on with it … Continue reading

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Out this week on the eShop (3rd Nov)

F Zero X

This week Nintendo are bringing classic fast paced futuristic racer F Zero X to Wii U virtual console. This is pretty exciting as it’s the 60fps version and the game still holds up well today and with no successor to F Zero in sight (Fast Racing Neo felt more like a Wipeout successor to me) … Continue reading

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NS Review – Hyrule Warriors Legends (3DS)

What’s this? Reuben reviewing a game that isn’t a JRPG? Surely there is some sort of mistake? No, you aren’t imagining things, I’m reviewing an action-adventure game. But it isn’t the first time. I reviewed the original game here, and now I’m back to give my thoughts on the new 3DS game. I do have … Continue reading

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Nintendo Scene’s Wii U Games of the Year 2014

So then 2014 has officially evaporated, but oh my wasn’t it a crackin’ year to be an owner of Nintendo hardware? I know, I know, we’re well and truly underway 2015 wise, but hey what’s wrong with a little reminiscing eh? Us here at camp Nintendo Scene (aka site veteran Wes and the rookies being … Continue reading

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NS Review: Hyrule Warriors (Wii U)

At first, when you switch on Hyrule Warriors, it appears to be a standard Zelda title. You have the usual chimes, the usual (if beefed up a little) music and a beautiful title screen showing Hyrule Castle. It doesn’t take too long though, to find out that this is quite far from a standard Zelda … Continue reading

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