NS Review – Metroid: Samus Returns (3DS)

There aren’t many games with a title more apropos than Samus Returns. After a long absence since the polarising Metroid: Other M and a controversial spin-off game last year, the future of Samus Aran had been in serious doubt. At E3 this year, all doubt was thrown out the window as two Metroid titles were announced. The first … Continue reading

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NS Preview: Metroid: Samus Returns

This year’s E3 event proved to be quite a success for Samus Aran. With two games announced – one for each of Nintendo’s premier consoles – she is back in the fold after her absence from Metroid Prime: Federation Force. Technically she wasn’t absent, but the player didn’t control Samus, nor should she have been … Continue reading

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NS Review – Splatoon 2 (Switch)

In this article I’ll be covering the multiplayer modes of Splatoon 2, for the single player Hero Mode, please see my Hands-On Preview here. A long way we’ve swum since the starting days of a weird £20 barebones shooter on an underappreciated console- a strange ink-splattering adventure that exploded in popularity, boosting Wii U sales … Continue reading

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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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Splatoon 2 – Hero Mode Preview (Switch)

This preview covers the single-player mode in the upcoming Nintendo Switch game- Splatoon 2. Check back next week for a review of the online/multiplayer modes. It should be noted that this was played primarily in TV Mode with the Joy-cons only.  Unapologetically eccentric, thoroughly quirky, and downright bizarre- Splatoon 2 is the sequel to the … Continue reading

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NS Review – ARMS (Switch)

Nintendo have had a fantastic year so far. Between proving even my own doubts about the Switch to be misplaced, and releasing fantastic games for the console month after month (and this isn’t even including the other fantastic games that have come through, it’s been a return to form for the Big N. Now, they … Continue reading

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SNES Classic Mini Announced and Set for September Release!

As of 5pm BST today, Nintendo have announced that they are following up the hugely popular (and worryingly understocked) NES Mini with the SNES Classic Mini on 29th September. Much alike its predecessor, this little console (which fits pretty much into the palm of your hand) will plug into your TV and run 21 different … Continue reading

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Nintendo @ E3 2017 – Our Thoughts On The Shenanigans

Nintendo’s E3 showing, and E3 itself, is over for another year and what a year it was. A low key Spotlight broadcast, live streams, and Invitational tournaments … Nintendo definitely pulled out all the stops. But, what did we think of the whole thing? Well … CONOR In what was the most memorable E3 event … Continue reading

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E3 Week 2017 – Our Hopes And Expectations

So, Nintendo’s Direct broadcast from E3 2017 is tomorrow at 5pm BST. With all the rumours floating around; like it’s length, what games will be revealed, and how much will be divided up between the initial broadcast and the Treehouse streams, the show is kind of in a prime position to throw out surprises and … Continue reading

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E3 Week 2017 – E3 Moments – The GameCube (2001)

Welcome back to another entry in this year’s E3 Week here on Nintendo Scene. So far we’ve laughed and cried, gotten unnecessarily angry and we’ve looked back in horror. We have a lot more coming your way over the next few days, including our expectations and hopes for this year. But first, here we are … Continue reading

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