As many of you will know at this point, Trine 2: Director’s Cut remains a highlight amongst indie titles in the Wii U eShop, with the iconic platformer earning a solid 9/10 in our review almost two years back. Continue reading
If you’re a sucker for free Pokémon, you’ll be pleased to hear that Nintendo is offering a free Charizard to Pokémon X & Y players across the UK. Continue reading
Square Enix has announced that it’s porting Dragon Quest X to Nintendo 3DS, continuing its support of the subscription-based game. Continue reading
To commemorate 100 million Pokémon trades through the Global Trade Station, Nintendo is offering Pokémon X and Y players the chance to download a special “Fancy Pattern” Vivillon until 31st July. Continue reading
With the highly anticipated Nintendo Digital Event at E3 2014 over, it’s time for us to look back on this year’s announcements, news and trailers. While Nintendo continues to broadcast live streams from Los Angeles on Twitch, you can re-watch the whole presentation above; while below, we break down the most important and exciting announcements of the day.
It’s recap time! And for your convenience, clicking on any heading below will take you right to that particular game’s E3 trailer. Continue reading
Nintendo has announced that the next Pokémon titles to emerge from Game Freak will be remakes of the Game Boy Advance’s Ruby and Sapphire. Continue reading
London-based developer Curve Studios has surprised most today, with its Stealth Inc 2 announcement. While the original was released across eight (non-Nintendo) platforms, the direct sequel will buck the trend when it arrives exclusively on Wii U later this year. Continue reading
Nintendo has uploaded a brand-new Direct presentation to its YouTube account, showing off over half-an-hour of new Mario Kart 8 footage. Along with new details, it was also revealed that those who purchase the game before the end of July – either physically or from the Nintendo eShop – will also receive a free download code for one of the following Wii U titles: Continue reading
Image & Form has announced that its latest (and arguably greatest) title is discounted in the 3DS eShop worldwide until 16th March. There’s no time like the present if you’ve been waiting to download a copy of SteamWorld Dig, which will be available for a mere £3.99, €4.49 or $4.99 – depending on region – for the next three days.
The sale arrives on Nintendo’s handheld following a similar price cut on Steam last month. It’s Image & Form’s way of tiding Nintendo fans over until its next big announcement in the near future – it’s expected to be another game in the SteamWorld series, although not a sequel to Dig. Continue reading
It’s been almost a year since Shovel Knight’s Kickstarter raked in over $300,000 for the team at Yacht Club Games, as the newly-formed studio promised an all-new 8-bit platformer for Wii U, 3DS and PC before the end of 2013. Continue reading