The ultimate crossover, courtesy of GAME store shelf placement. Spotted by Redditor t3hOutlaw.
In Great Detective Pikachu: The Bird of a New Duo, our titular sleuth is able to talk. But not everyone can understand him, including the women he tries to pick up on the street.
There are crimes afoot in the world of Pokémon, and only Detective Pikachu and his plucky human sidekick have any chance to solve the case!
Don’t worry! While Aipom might look dead, this Pokémon has only been knocked out in the newly released Great Detective Pikachu. That red stuff? Ketchup.
Wonder what the most popular Amiibo in Japan is? What people are buying in Europe? Or in the United States? Nintendo released the 2015 sales rankings for the top ten Amiibos in those three regions. Let’s see how they stack up during that calendar year.
Under normal circumstances, there is only a one in four thousand ninety six chance you’ll find a shiny Pokémon out in the wild. Some people have played Pokémon all their lives and have never actually encountered a shiny, one of those fabled Pokémon that comes in a special, rare color.
After years of trying to get into Monster Hunter, I thought I’d finally found my opening. If any game could get me into co-op monster slaying, it would be Final Fantasy Explorers. It was a good try.
Detective Pikachu sure is different from what we’re used to. Not only does the character solve mysteries, but he also talks. There are more surprises to be had.
Today, The Pokémon Company gave us our first look at an upcoming Pokémon spin-off, Great Detective Pikachu: The Birth of a New Duo. It stars Pikachu....but not the Pikachu you’re used to.
Despite being another sequel in a longtime Nintendo series, Fire Emblem Fates is... quirky. Its Japanese version sparked quite a bit of controversy among English-speaking fans when it launched last year. Nintendo is making some fairly significant changes.
When we first saw the concept art and game footage, we really didn’t have much to go on. Now, with Linkle’s debut appearance in the recently released Hyrule Warriors Legends, we do—she’s far more than just “girl Link.”
When you think of sensational action sequences and explosive setpieces, your mind may jump to big-budget productions like Uncharted or Tomb Raider. Allow me to present a dark horse contender: the unassuming Mario & Luigi series, with its goofy animations and sight gags, which has carved out its own healthy niche in…
Although Mighty No. 9, the Megaman-like, crowdfunded platformer, was originally expected in April 2015, its release date was first moved to September 15, then to February 9 of this year. This latest delay shifts the date to spring 2016. At the earliest.
When Fire Emblem Fates launched in Japan last year, there was controversy over a scene that was perceived as homophobic. Nintendo says that part won’t be in the English version.
Nintendo’s just announced that Bravely Second: End Layer is coming on April 15. There’s also a Fire Emblem Fates-themed 3DS XL hitting February 19 for $200, though it’ll come without the game.
Nintendo is running a special Amiibo campaign in Japan. Buy an Amiibo and you get a code for download title Mini Mario and Friends Amiibo Challenge, a platformer with toy-versions of the Nintendo characters. No word yet on a Western release.
Damn. Has it really been that long?
There’s a new Harvest Moon! The latest issue of Famitsu, out later this week in Japan, announces the latest entry in the rural sim series. The game marks Harvest Moon’s 20th anniversary, has three villages and is headed to the Nintendo 3DS.