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Nintendo Updates 3DS to Version 11.8 and Breaks Luma Custom Firmware
Posted by: Sam Tree | 31 July 2018

Although the 3DS is nearing the end of its life cycle, it would seem that Nintendo is still trying to squash any remaining bugs that may be lingering in the device’s firmware. The latest update does little more than add stability, but for those running custom firmware, it also prevents the systems from booting.



 

Pokémon Funko Pops Incoming
Posted by: Sam Tree | 13 July 2018

Funko – the company behind the popular collectable Pop Vynl figures – has recently acquired the rights to produce Pokémon figures in their quirky style. The first of which will be Pikachu.



 

Nintendo Has More Up It's Sleeve for 2018
Posted by: Sam Tree | 4 July 2018

With E3 done been and gone, we’ve had time for the dust to settle. And as the magnitude of releases has finally begun to sink in, it’s clear that Nintendo didn’t offer a strong input like they did last year. It’s unsurprising to hear that their shares have dropped since their E3 conference, but the Big N apparently has more to offer in 2018.



 

Nintendo 3DS Software Update
Posted by: Sam Tree | 19 June 2018

Two months short of a year and Nintendo has released another stability update for the 3DS family of consoles.



 

Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Let's Go Eevee Will Feature Simplified Online Confirms Famitsu
Posted by: Sam Tree | 1 June 2018

After Wednesday’s official reveal of Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu & Let’s Go Eevee there has been a lot of confusion around the status of online play. According to Serebii.com Japanese magazine, Famitsu has some confirmation.



 

LEGO DC Super-Villains Announce Trailer
Posted by: Daryll Marsh | 30 May 2018

Following a brief tease yesterday, Warnes Bros Interactive has revealed LEGO DC Super-Villians, which was one of the games listed in Walmart Canada’s “E3 leak” earlier this month



 

Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Pokémon Let's Go Eevee Officially Confirmed
Posted by: Sam Tree | 30 May 2018

In a surprise event this morning, Japan time, Nintendo announced that the rumoured Switch titles Pokémon Lets Go Pikachu and Pokémon Lets Go Eevee will release at the end of the year.



 

Could These Domains Confirm New Pokémon Titles?
Posted by: Sam Tree | 16 May 2018

The Pokémon rumours have kicked up a notch with the registration of Pokémon related domains.



 

Team Xecuter Unvails their Nintendo Switch Mod Device
Posted by: Sam Tree | 14 May 2018

In an email sent out today Team Xecuter has finally released information about their Nintendo Switch mod device which they original teased back in January.



 

Capcom Confirm Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate for Nintendo Switch
Posted by: Sam Tree | 11 May 2018

It’s only taken Capcom a year but the gaming giant has finally confirmed that there will be a Monster Hunter game on the Switch in the West.



 

Nintendo Reveals Its Online Subscription Service
Posted by: Sam Tree | 8 May 2018

In a press release that went out today, Nintendo has outlined their plans for their premium online service for the Nintendo Switch.



 

Nintendo Switch Firmware Update 5.0.2 Now Live
Posted by: Sam Tree | 17 April 2018

Another update of little substance, which seems to be the norm for Nintendo consoles. While the Switch is an amazing machine, it’s still lacking some basic functionality. Version 5.0.2 doesn’t address much, other than a couple of bug fixes.



 

Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn Release Date
Posted by: Daryll Marsh | 5 April 2018

Saber Interactive and Wired Productions have revealed with a new trailer today that Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn will launch globally on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC this June



 

Mark Of The Ninja Remastered announced for all platforms
Posted by: Daryll Marsh | 30 March 2018

Klei Entertainment has announced that their side-scrolling action stealth game Mark Of The Ninja, originally released on Xbox 360 and PC, is being remastered for all major platforms



 

Hori Announces Officially Licensed JoyCon with D-Pad
Posted by: Sam Tree | 22 March 2018

Popular video game accessory manufacturer Hori has announced it will be releasing a JoyCon with a D-Pad. If you’ve been following the Nintendo Switch scene since it’s release last year you’ll know that the lack of a D-Pad has been the subject of hot debate. Worry not, Hori has your back; with a few restrictions.