The latest Pokémon Sun and Moon update video shows off character customization, pet grooming and some version-specific Pokémon, but Pikachu’s Z-Move dance steals the show.
I’ve always had a soft spot for Dragon Quest, a turn-based RPG series full of silly names and adorable slime monsters. In Japan, the series is a cultural phenomenon. But for some reason it’s never found the same popularity in other countries.
Two years ago, Matthew Johnson started a new save file in Pokémon X. Instead of playing it as one normally would, collecting badges and monsters in tandem with one another, a thought crossed his mind. How many Pokémon could he capture without making any in-game progress?
The latest Pokémon Sun and Moon trailer features a rather unusual Pocket Monster, even by Pokémon standards, called “Type: Null.” There are already theories about what exactly is up with this Pokémon.
The 3DS re-release of Dragon Quest VIII, once expected for a late 2016 release will now be out in 2017, according to Nintendo. Not a huge surprise, given that the 3DS verion of DQVII is just coming out this month.
Mario’s starred in a lot of sports games over the years—soccer, baseball, tennis and golf. Mario Sports Superstars for the 3DS combines all four and adds some horse racing to the mix when it launches in spring 2017.
Available after today’s Nintendo Direct, a premium update to the Nintendo 3DS’ Streetpass Plaza will speed up functionality and increase the number of players you can encounter from 10 to 100. Hooray!
Picross 3D Round 2 is finally coming to 3DS... now (or so Nintendo said in a Nintendo Direct... any minute now?). A puzzle game we’ve been dying for here in these Picross-loving parts. It’s all about finding shapes inside cubes by pecking at it based on numerical clues. Amiibo support, too.
Super Mario Maker is coming to the Nintendo 3Ds on December 2nd, 2016.
Nintendo is back with another hype-filled 3DS-focused Nintendo Direct. Will they announce Picross 3D 2 for North America? Dole out more Pokémon Sun & Moon news? Declare next year to be the year of Wario? Watch and find out.
In its first week on sale in Japan, Nintendo 3DS title Metroid Prime: Federation Force only sold 4286 copies, according to Famitsu’s sales data. The game came in at number 20 in the weekly sales ranking.
An upcoming Nintendo Direct focused on 3DS games will take place this Thursday, September 1st at 10AM Eastern Time. Nintendo’s press release notes that “NX will not be discussed or revealed in this broadcast.”
According to Famitsu, Capcom is developing a new 3DS title that uses smart cards for an upcoming title.
It is 2016 and official Pokémon art now depicts Pikachu DYING. What a time to be alive (or not, in this case!)
Despite abundant expectations that it would be bad, Nintendo’s new Metroid spin-off turns out to be very good.
This is me, 43-year-old bearded man Mike Fahey, taking a short break from being a fashion boutique manager, hair stylist, makeup artist, clothing designer and interior decorator in Style Savvy: Fashion Forward. I can’t imagine how I found the time.
I wasn’t initially impressed with PuppetMaster9's compilation of popular tunes played using the in-game Ocarina from The Legend of Zelda: Major’s Mask for the 3DS. Then he got to “Baker Street.” Such a sucker for that song.
There’s been so much focus on what next week’s 3DS game Metroid Prime Federation Force isn’t that it’s been a revelation to finally play the finished game and see what it is. In the early going, it seems like it might even be a game you can solo.
Surfing Raichu! Today, we got confirmation that Raichu’s Alola incarnation is real in Pokémon Sun and Moon, but ever since the leaks hit, people have been fascinated with the character’s new surfing form.