Nintendo Scene’s Amiibo of the Year 2016

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As something of a more fun piece, and a slightly more different take of the typical GOTY articles, welcome to Nintendo Scene’s Amiibo of the Year! There’s been a lot of new Amiibo released this year, with a new wave of Smash Bros figures and new ranges introduced such as the Legend of Zelda: 30th … Continue reading

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Everything we know about Hyrule Warriors so far

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Hyrule Warriors Legends is due out on the 25th March and with it being a collaboration between Nintendo and Koei Tecmo they have both been giving us information about the game, this is what we know so far. Hyrule Warriors Legends will have everything, I mean everything from the Wii U version of Hyrule Warriors … Continue reading

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Aonuma Hints At 30th Anniversary Celebrations For The Legend of Zelda Series

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It’s quite hard to believe that almost 4 years ago, The Legend of Zelda symphony concert took place to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the hugely popular series. The Nintendo Scene team was out in force that day; you can take a trip down memory lane here. In 2016 next year, The Legend of Zelda will be … Continue reading

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NS Review: The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D (3DS)

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After years of campaigns, e-mails, and online complaining The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask has finally been given the same treatment as its revered older brother. So we now have a remake of the far darker title on Nintendo 3DS, with all the bells and whistles that Ocarina of Time had; but how does it … Continue reading

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Fake Zelda 3DS image

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Recently, it was the 25th anniversary of the Legend of Zelda and what better way to celebrate that milestone than with fake images of a new Zelda game to get  hopes up for the next installment of Zelda. GameFAQs.com had an image up on their site with the subject heading “Merry Christmas. Don’t ask”  that … Continue reading

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A Critique from a Loyal and Disappointed Nintendo Fan

A Critique from a Loyal and Disappointed Nintendo Fan

Hello all, Amaris here. I’ve been MIA for a while, but I’m back and better than ever. Unfortunately, I’m starting my return with a bit of a critique of Nintendo’s press conference at this year’s E3. Now don’t get me wrong, I still love and respect Nintendo; their company got me started gaming many years … Continue reading

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Nintendo Scene – A Month In Review – May 2012

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Hello everyone, it’s Amaris again! How was everyone’s month? Sorry for the delay, but no worries, I am back to give you your monthly dosage of the goings-on here at Nintendo Scene. First and foremost, let’s kick off this article in Oxford. This month, Oxford played host to a very cool convention known as Retrovision. … Continue reading

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New Club Nintendo Rewards

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The newest batch of Club Nintendo Rewards are in! Two new games to buy with coins and a new reward were added to the Club Nintendo catalog  recently and Club Nintendo finally looks like they are getting the hint that people want cool things that other non-members can’t get a hold of. The newest reward … Continue reading

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Skyward Sword – Review

Skyward Sword Review

Title: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Genre: Action-Adventure System: Wii Developer: Nintendo EAD, Monolith Soft Publisher: Nintendo Back in 1997, Nintendo managed to define a genre with Ocarina of Time. With its legendary targeting system, battling in a 3D environment felt incredibly natural. 14 years on and Nintendo have again managed to define a genre with another truly remarkable … Continue reading

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Original Skyloft Concept Artwork

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Most of you will now be feeling right at home wandering around Skyward Swords beautiful Skyloft. It may surprise you to know that it might have looked a lot different according to this original concept art. It appears to show Skyloft as a much more densely populated village, set on much steeper slopes across multiple … Continue reading

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