One Year Later, Did Nintendo Keep Their E3 2013 Promises?

Inazuma Eleven: The TAY Review

Perhaps you, like me, have a more off than on-again relationship with soccer (or football, whichever you wish to call it). Maybe your love affair blossoms for a fleeting month or so when the World Cup rolls around every four years. Maybe you, like me, have more of an investment in the world of RPGs. Thus when the RPG… » 3/02/14 12:05pm 3/02/14 12:05pm

ESRB Opens No-Cost Ratings Service for Digitally Distributed Games

Downloadable games sold through the three console makers' online services will be rated by what the Entertainment Software Ratings Board is calling a "streamlined, no-cost service," in a statement released today by the ESRB. The new "Digital Rating Service" gives developers and publishers access to a "brief but… » 10/24/12 10:00pm 10/24/12 10:00pm

Here's How You Nintendo 3DS Ambassadors Can Download Your Free NES…

This week, starting September 1, early Nintendo 3DS adopters will be to download classic NES games like Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda for free—as long as they hopped on the Nintendo eShop in time and achieved "Nintendo 3DS Ambassador" status. Turns out, downloading those games might be just a little bit...… » 8/30/11 6:30pm 8/30/11 6:30pm

Hey! Don't Forget to Download Your Free Copy of Excitebike for Nintendo…

Nintendo 3DS owners in North America, here's your reminder to grab the handheld's June eShop system update, which nets you a free download of the 3D remake of NES classic Excitebike. That free download offer expires July 7. » 7/06/11 10:20pm 7/06/11 10:20pm

These Are Japan's Nintendo eShop Launch Games

On June 7, the Nintendo eShop will open in Japan, outfitted with six Game Boy title titles on the Virtual Console: Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge, Kirby's Dream Land, Baseball, Avenging Spirit, Downtown Special: Its Kunio's Period Piece Assemble Everyone!, and Super Mario Land. » 6/02/11 4:00am 6/02/11 4:00am