E3 Week – Our Expectations and Wishes: Part Three

It has probably escaped no one’s notice but E3 (the Electronic Entertainment Expo) is coming and we already know what Nintendo’s plans are; they are, in fact, replicating the incredible set-up they had last year with the Digital Presentation and Treehouse Live from E3. So if this is anything like last year, we are really … Continue reading

E3 Week – Our Expectations and Wishes: Part One

It has probably escaped no one’s notice but E3 (the Electronic Entertainment Expo) is coming and we already know what Nintendo’s plans are; they are, in fact, replicating the incredible set-up they had last year with the Digital Presentation and Treehouse Live from E3. So if this is anything like last year, we are really … Continue reading

NS Review: MP Trilogy – Metroid Prime 2: Echoes

As covered by Conor previously, the wonderful Wii package of the incredibly popular Metroid Prime Trilogy has been released as a download on the Wii U eShop. Despite this download being quite a size, and now no longer as cheap as it was on initial release, I couldn’t recommend that everyone at least give it … Continue reading

A Space Odyssey; Or How To Solve A Problem Like Metroid: Other M

If there’s one thing that I have wanted to do since we resurrected Nintendo Scene, it has been to write editorial articles. After wracking my brain over what to divide opinion with, or what could potentially cause controversy or inspire debate, I settled on one of Nintendo’s most beloved franchises; Metroid. Being a great lover … Continue reading

NS Review: MP Trilogy – Metroid Prime

Despite considering myself a lover of the Metroid series and a huge admirer of its lead character Samus Aran, I have never finished a Metroid game; it was only last year that I began playing the series. I almost made it through Super Metroid – my first played game of the series – and have yet to … Continue reading

Harmony Of A Hunter: 101% Run Available To Download On 17th November

Way back in 1986 a little game known as Metroid was released on the Famicon in Japan – twenty six years later and Samus is still exploring the galaxy, saving us from space pirate tyranny on a daily basis! To celebrate last year’s twenty fifth anniversary Shinesparkers, the home of everything Metroid on the internet, released Harmony of a … Continue reading

Metroid Blast and Balloon Trip Breeze Confirmed for Nintendo Land

This month’s Game Informer magazine has revealed two new games that will be included in the upcoming Nintendo Land. The two games are Metroid Blast and Balloon Trip Breeze. Metroid Blast is reported to be a multiplayer shooter in which up to four Miis wear Samus’s suit and aim to shoot down the bounty hunter’s … Continue reading

Nintendo Scene – A Month In Review – August 2012

Hello all, welcome to another lovely installment of our monthly review!! This month has been an eventful one of Olympic-proportions (ah, see what I did there?). Release dates have been revealed, games have been announced, and Brits have gathered together for neat StreetPass adventures. Let’s take an in-depth look at this month’s events. First and … Continue reading

Metroid: Other M Developers Keen to Work with Nintendo Again

  Team Ninja, the developers behind Metroid: Other M, have declared their interest in working with Nintendo again on another project. VG24/7 quizzed Yosuke Hayashi, a prominent director at Team Ninja, about a sequel to Metroid: Other M to which he replied: “Unfortunately Metroid is kind of out of our league as it’s Nintendo’s game, … Continue reading

Nintendo’s Olympic Dream Team!

The Olympics is in full swing now and the medals have been flying in thick and fast! You can really see how these athletes have refined their greatest qualities and are now using them to grab gold in their respective events. I was wondering though, what if Nintendo sent a team to the Olympics. Who’d … Continue reading

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