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.
This is kind of strange!
Beetham Tower. Manchester, UK. By Dan Hogarth.
From Euromast. Rotterdam, the Netherlands. By Kei Chung Chiu.
Which service was Nintendo TVii again? Oh yeah, the cable/program guide thing. In case anyone in Europe was waiting for that Wii U service to launch, you can officially stop waiting now—Nintendo of Europe has given up because it’s too hard.
Somewhere beyond this eerily silent, pink-mist clogged screenshot is the "motivation" mini-game from the unabashedly risque Japanese game Criminal Girls. Stripping the sound and obscuring the action made it okay for Western release—only no it didn't.
Europe often gets a bum deal when it comes to Nintendo gear. So it's cool seeing the company throw the region a bone with this gorgeous new 3DS handheld, one that's as beautiful as it is limited.
I've always thought the Nintendo 2DS looked, well, terrible. These new 2DS handhelds don't.
If cute could kill, these two little girls would strike you dead.
An image that's been circulating since early last month when Square Enix's Bravely Default came out for European 3DS demonstrates how Japan's nearly naked 15-year-olds become Europe's slightly more sensibly dressed 18-year-olds.
That's not my opinion, mind you. That's what people online in Japan are saying.
Last Friday, the PS4 launched in Europe. Gamers in Germany were very excited to get the new PlayStation console. Very.
Some people - who you'd think should know better - got excited last week when they learned that Sega had filed a trademark in Europe for "Shenmue III". The only problem: it wasn't actually Sega who filed it.
Friday saw the launch of the PlayStation 4 in the U.K., and The Sun's notorious Page 3 treated blokes there to a new model—one much less curvy than usual.
The PS4 just went on sale in Italy, and the launch event Sony put on in Rome - at the historic Castel Sant'Angelo - looked bananas.
Those in North America got to do this days ago, but for a lot of other people, the PS4 is something they haven't been able to get their hands on. Until today.
Last month, Kotaku published images of Taiwanese special forces. They were totally frightening. But Taiwan doesn't have a monopoly on scary troops. Other countries are ready to terrify you, too.
Wii Karaoke U is a service that's been available in Japan for a while, a built-in app for Nintendo's console that lets users play a basic singing game using their Miis. The game - developed by Joysound - went and hit Europe last month, converted to a downloadable title, and the song selection is...interesting.