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The Shovel Knight Amiibo officially surfaces

by David Pooleon August 28, 2015
Rumors have been circulating for a while now, and these past few days more and more reports seemed to prove the rumors to be highly likely. Yacht Club Games and Nintendo have finally revealed that Shovel Knight, the popular indie title, will be getting an Amiibo. The Shovel Knight himself will be compatible with both […]
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July 2015 NPD reveals decline in Wii U sales

by Dragos Dobreon August 17, 2015
While Nintendo tries to keep Wii U’s sales numbers under the radar, someone managed to get their hands on July’s NPD for the consoles and they are not looking good for the company. According to the NPD, only 46,000 Wii U consoles were sold in July in US, which is a rather small number compared […]
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Nova-111 release date confirmed

by Charlie Grammeron August 16, 2015
Recently Curve Digital and Funktronic Labs were thrilled to confirm the official release date of their upcoming science-fiction adventure game, Nova-111. This title, the brain child of ex Q-Games developers Eddie Lee and Kalin (who previously worked on several well-received titles, including the PixelJunk series), will be arriving on Steam, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita […]

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Rodea the Sky Soldier delayed

by Charlie Grammeron August 13, 2015
Unfortunately, Nippon Ichi Software America had some disheartening news recently. This news involves their upcoming Wii, Wii U, and 3DS title, Rodea the Sky Soldier. Specifically, the game has been delayed until November 10, 2015 for North American gamers and November 13, 2015 for European gamers. To offset this bad news, perhaps, they had a […]
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Best Buy offering 7-button set for Nintendo pre-orders

by David Pooleon August 12, 2015
Nintendo quietly revealed that fans who pre-order at least two select Nintendo 3DS or Wii U titles from Best Buy will receive a set of Super Mario Maker themed buttons. These buttons were the ones handed out at E3 2015 upon playing certain games, minus a couple others (notably the Super Mario 30th anniversary button […]

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The Swindle sneaks onto digital storefronts

by Charlie Grammeron July 30, 2015
Size Five Games and Curve Digital were recently excited to announce that the highly-anticipated steampunk stealth-platformer known as The Swindle has managed to infiltrate the PlayStation Store and Steam, making it officially available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC. It is fully cross-play compatible, so if you purchase it on one PlayStation […]
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Never Alone: Foxtales Expansion Coming out This Month

by Tatiana Dinuon July 17, 2015
Never Alone gets its first expansion pack later this month. It is called Foxtales and it shows the Alaska Native story The Two Coastal Brothers. The DLC will be available on PC, Mac and PS4 starting with July 28.  Never Alone will be released on PS3 and PS Vita this autumn, and recently it came out […]
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Preview | Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash

by David Pooleon July 7, 2015
  During E3, Nintendo had their newly announced Mario Tennis title playable on the show floor. Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash brings back Camelot as the developer, giving crisp visuals and fantastic music. This being their sixth Mario Tennis title, it doesn’t give them a lot of things to innovate with. Mario Tennis Open on the […]

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Rodea the Sky Soldier receives a new trailer

by Charlie Grammeron July 3, 2015
Nippon Ichi Software America was recently thrilled to unveil a new trailer for their upcoming title, Rodea the Sky Soldier. This new trailer, which can be found below, shows off the introduction of Ion and depicts the beginning of Rodea’s journey as he struggles to fulfill his promise. This trailer allows you to experience a bit […]
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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Launching on Wii U Virtual Console in Europe

by Dragos Dobreon June 27, 2015
After originally being released in 1998 for the N64, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is finally heading to the Wii U Virtual Console for those living in Europe. The game will be out on July 2, and as most titles released via the Virtual Console, it won’t feature a face lift or any […]
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Steampunk styled game The Swindle revealed

by David Pooleon June 25, 2015
Indie developer Size Five Games and publisher Curve Digital have revealed their stealthy action-platformer, The Swindle, which will be releasing starting on July 28th. Set in a steampunk world, levels are procedurally generated and made similar to a rogue-like game. Tasked with becoming a master thief, players will have to put their skills to the […]