Masahiro Sakurai, who helmed Kid Icarus: Uprising, recently showed off these two new Figma Kid Icarus figures of the characters Pit and Dark Pit. Pretty nice! No word on when they'll be released.
Many ruder-than-scientific words exist for "homosexual"; the faceless internet crams my inbox with them every day.
How much to we value weirdness? How much weight do we place on eccentricity? There are so many video games that are essentially retreads of the same old tired space; it can feel so nice to see a game that, even while following the same basic formulas as its brethren, does so with enthusiastic weirdness.
If you thought the word "multiplayer" was a good way of describing the thing you do when you play a video game with friends, please consider the word "together."
I possess an official stand for my Nintendo 3DS.
It's been 21 years since the release of the last original Kid Icarus game. That makes hero Pit old enough to drink. Let's see if the assembled game reviewers gave him reason to start.Of all Nintendo's classic franchises, is one that has sorely been lacking in love, with protagonist Pit's failing to make even…
Kid Icarus: Uprising is Nintendo's big 3DS game of early 2012. Hyped since the early days of the 3DS as one of the major titles for the system, we've now been able to play the finished game.
With "hundreds" of augmented reality (AR) cards being distributed across via special events, magazines, retailers and Club Nintendo, Kid Icarus: Uprising for the 3DS is more than just a third-person shooter; it's also a collectible card game. Can you collect the whole set?
Expectations have to be running high for the multiplayer component of Kid Icarus: Uprising. After all, it's the designer beloved for pitting Nintendo's all-stars and B-listers against each other in crazy free-for-all battles who's in charge of the game.
Yesterday, I had a chance to play a whole bunch of Kid Icarus: Uprising, the upcoming shoot-em-up for Nintendo's 3DS handheld. My impressions are here.
When Nintendo announced Kid Icarus: Uprising at last year's E3, I remember the enthusiastic response from the crowd. "Hooray!" they said. "A new Kid Icarus game!"
I...just...you know...sigh. Whatever. Stuff like this won't stop anyone from buying Kid Icarus on 3DS. But stuff like this does make me wonder who the hell is getting paid to make pointless decisions like this.
Who's excited about Kid Icarus? I sure am. But this ridiculous stand that's packaged with it? Nothankyou.
Nintendo's Circle Pad Pro attachment for the 3DS seemed, when it was first revealed, to be something of a panic move, made in response to the handheld's then-poor sales and the positive reception received by the competing PlayStation Vita (much of which centred around its two wonderful thumbsticks).