Crosscode – NS Review

Massive Singleplayer Offline Role Playing Game Entering the world of Crosscode is fascinating: you’re suddenly catapulted into a retro experience reminiscent of 16 bit classics like Chrono Trigger or Secret Of Mana, spiced up by modern gaming mechanics.In this game we control Lea, virtual avatar of a game named CrossWorlds, a MMORPG of the future, … Continue reading

PictoQuest: The Cursed Grids Review – Switch

From Nanopiko, a team of only 3 people, one of the best Picross Games I’ve ever played in 10 years! I have been playing Picross games since I was roughly 17. There is something about it that just switches on my brain and makes me want to play that one more level.When I heard about … Continue reading

Subdivision Infinity DX Review – Switch

Be the most destructive spaceship you can be, the galaxy awaits your help! When I first heard of Subdivision Infinity DX (from now on “Subdiv”), published by Blowfish Studios, I didn’t know that the game first debuted on mobile phones. In fact, I thought it was a console game to begin with. I was blown … Continue reading

New Patch Released for Cadence of Hyrule: 1.02 Include Gameplay Balances, Leaderboards, Achievements and… “Beat Rumble”?

The wonderful even if a little short rhythm game developed by Brace Yourself Games keeps receiving updates and content.This new patch, bringing the game to version 1.02 adds a few improvements, adds leaderboards, achievements and most importantly, adds Beat Rumble.This mode is designed to immerse the gamer even more and help them following the beat … Continue reading

Wrecking Ball Adventure Dropped on Switch and it’s Time to Wreck our Way in this Physics Based Puzzle Adventure!

We all love a good indie puzzle game and we all love a clean presentation. Available on Switch now, Wrecking Ball Adventure is developed by Don’t Bite Devs, a small  talented indie developer team and it’s published by No Gravity Games, an indie games publisher from Warsaw, Poland specialised in marketing and, as they say … Continue reading

Nintendo Switch – The mobility of a handheld with the power of a home gaming system

Nintendo Switch

Well! Colour me Excited! Impressed! The Nintendo Switch was revealed today – and I want one now! With what looked like a new Mario 3D game, new Mario Kart, more Splatoon and more, the Nintendo Switch is coming March 2017. Featuring a dock for playing on the TV and portability to allow gaming on the go, the … Continue reading

Nintendo Scene: Writers Wanted

Our team at Nintendo Scene are searching for another couple of writers to join us. This is a great opportunity to contribute to a growing site with rapidly increasing traffic and PR privileges. For anyone interested in joining the team, all you have to do is write a concise review of a Nintendo game you have … Continue reading

The Many Faces of Nintendo Blogging – Interview Series – Insert Coin Clothing

Welcome to the Newest installment of “The Many Faces Of Nintendo Blogging.” This month, we are happy to have one of our affiliate sites getting into the fun. They make some of the coolest video game-themed clothes out there and have done a great job. My personal favorite is the Zelda fishing tournament shirt. Please … Continue reading

A Special Thanks And Farewell To Orla

It’s been a busy week here at Nintendo Scene as we try to cover anything and everything Nintendo related but we’d like to take a moment to wish our former News Editor Orla all the very best in her future endeavours! Orla has now left Nintendo Scene to take up a role with our friends … Continue reading

Wii-U NY Press/Media Conference Recap

Recently, Nintendo had an “invite only” event to present the media more information about their new baby, the Wii-U. Luckily for the Nintendo Scene masses, I was able to get my hands on one of those invites and get the inside info you guys want and expect from Nintendo Scene. So, without further delay, lets … Continue reading

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