Though it launched with a whimper, the 3DS has long since roared to life. Even after a soft 2015, Nintendo’s DS successor remains great: If you like Nintendo games, there’s really no reason not to have a 3DS these days. »
Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon was released yesterday, and as with all entries in the dungeon crawling series it kicks off with a personality test to determine which Pokemon best suits the player. Let’s see who I am! »
What do Capcom, Sega, Bandai-Namco, and Nintendo all have in common? They all lend characters from some of their most popular franchises to team up in the mega-crossover, Project X Zone 2. »
The Sega, Capcom and Bandai-Namco mega-crossover series returns—once again bringing you into a world where your fighting force includes the likes of Chun-Li. KOS-MOS, and Sanshiro Segata ...But I’ll probably just repeatedly use Phoenix Wright to kill enemies with paper work. Come join me! »
The original Pokémon games are coming to the 3DS, Nintendo announced today. They won’t be remakes, as everyone had guessed/hoped, but the games will have online functionality that will allow you to trade with others without needing a cable link. Ha. »
We’ve been wondering how this three-part Fire Emblem game would work outside of Japan. Now, we know how you’ll buy the game on February 19. »
Nintendo just announced Pokemon Picross. It’s a “free to start” downloadable 3DS game with a purchasable currency called Picrites. You can capture Pokemon by playing Picross and use their support skills to help you. It’s coming to the 3DS eShop in early December. »
Nintendo’s “free” crane game for the 3DS requires a dollar for every five tries with the crane. Some companies would just tell you to pay and leave it at that. Not Nintendo. They’ve got a cartoon rabbit ready to explain to you why Nintendo needs to do this. »
Level-5’s Yo-Kai Watch owns Japan, in a way we haven’t seen since Peak Pokemon. The series is heading West for the first time real soon, and if you were wondering how Nintendo would market such a franchise over here, well, here’s your answer. »
You might suspect that The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is skippable, an inessential spinoff that is more time-killer than legendary adventure. You would be... correct. »
The multiplayer options Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, which is out today for 3DS, can be a little confusing. We’re here to help.
Nintendo just showed off these five new 3DS skins due for release (in Japan at least) in November. The Animal Crossing and Super Mario Maker ones are particularly yespleasey. »
If Chibi Robo weren’t so cute, this review would be easier to write.
Look at the little guy with his electric plug tail! Look at him dressing up as Link from the Legend of Zelda
Games like Dark Souls, Bloodborne, Fez and Destiny get a lot of credit for challenging the packs of people who play them to put their heads together to solve puzzles: players share tips online and make message board breakthroughs. Nintendo kids were doing that on the playground a quarter century ago, of course, trying… »
Slated for release in Japan next year, Shin Megami Tensei IV Final isn’t a “definitive edition” of the previously released Shin Megami Tensei IV. It’s an entirely new game set in the same world, featuring a completely different era and setting, all new characters, a branching storyline and multiple endings.
Triforce Heroes sure looks cute, huh? This new trailer gives a sense of how the totem-pole team-up will work in the next portable Legend of Zelda game, which comes out October 23.