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E3 2017 | GotGame Predictions for Nintendo

by David Pooleon June 4, 2017
It’s that time of year again, as game developers, journalists and publishers from all over the world get ready to travel to Los Angeles in California for E3 2017. It’s been a couple years since we last made predictions for E3, and a lot has happened since then. Just like last time, we’ll separate the […]

Highlights from the April 12th Nintendo Direct (Nintendo 3DS)

by David Pooleon April 12, 2017
Nintendo pulled a fast one on many of their fans today with a Nintendo Direct that promised to showcase information about ARMS and Splatoon 2. To clarify, they kept their promise, but they also slipped dozens of other stealth announcements into the presentation. Not only did the Nintendo Direct outline a good portion of the […]

Review | Corpse Party (3DS)

by Charlie Grammeron November 14, 2016
Having checked out the Vita and Steam versions of the title, we were recently given the chance to experience Corpse Party on the Nintendo 3DS. Story The story is rather simple. A group of students have decided to perform a send off to a classmate who is moving away. This send off is through a Sachiko […]

Purchase Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice within first week to receive free costumes

by Charlie Grammeron September 11, 2016
With the recent release of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice, those desiring to dress up some of the characters can do so for free, providing they purchase the game before September 14, 2016. The costume pack that will be granted to those who do adopt the game early include some rather intimidating […]

Phoenix Wright steps into the Kingdom of Khura’in on September 8, 2016

by Charlie Grammeron August 14, 2016
Capcom was excited to announce that Phoenix Wright: Ace Atorney – Spirit of Justice will officially arrive on September 8, 2016 for the 3DS. They have also shared a new trailer, which you can check out below: Prior to release, a demo for the game will go live on August 25, allowing those interested to check […]

E3 2016 Preview | Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — Spirit of Justice

by David Pooleon June 19, 2016
Capcom was happy to present the newest entry in the Ace Attorney series, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — Spirit of Justice, at this years E3 as they gave attendees a chance to try out the next adventure for the Wright Anything Agency. This demo takes place in the fictional monarchy of Khura’in, where Phoenix is […]

Nintendo Download May 26, 2016

by Charlie Grammeron May 26, 2016
Nintendo was excited to unveil the newest Nintendo Download update. Interested parties will be able to pick up StarTropics, Sonic Generations, Stella Glow, Dragon Fantasy: The Black Tome of Ice, and more. Here are the full offering present on the new Nintendo Download: Virtual Console on Wii U StarTropics – In this much-loved NES game, step into […]

New Nintendo Download includes Mario Minecraft and more

by Charlie Grammeron May 20, 2016
This week’s Nintendo Download highlights quite a bit of new downloads for Wii, Wii U, Virtual Console, and 3DS. This week features the following, as presented on the official press release: Nintendo eShop on Wii U Minecraft: Wii U Edition – Super Mario Mash-Up Pack – Nintendo is partnering with Mojang and Microsoft to bring […]

Review | Fire Emblem Fates

by David Pooleon April 5, 2016
Nintendo and Intelligent Systems managed to save the Fire Emblem series from cancellation with Fire Emblem Awakening back in 2013 (2012 in Japan), as that game managed to not only breathe new life into the series, but also managed to expand the audience of the franchise. It did so well that two of the characters, […]

Pokémon celebrates 20 year anniversary

by Charlie Grammeron January 13, 2016
2016 marks the twentieth anniversary of Pokémon, and The Pokémon Company announced that it will feature a year-long celebration of the brand’s past, present, and future. The series was first introduced in Japan back in 1996 with Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green. Since then, it has sold more than 275 million games, 21.5 billion cards, and an animated […]

Review | Yo-kai Watch

by David Pooleon November 17, 2015
The Nintendo 3DS is certainly no stranger to JRPG titles, especially those of the “monster-catching” variety, most notably the Pokemon series. For the past couple of years now, Japan has had a new contender on the scene, Level-5’s Yo-kai Watch, and now that franchise has finally hit American shores. The game has been often compared […]