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Thanks to starting university, unlike Sonic, I’ve been fairly slow with bringing out these reviews. For that I apologise, but here I am, sitting with a Chilli Dog, ready to finish the review for Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice!
Will Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice be a burning success, or will Sonic trip on his own feet? Find out in our review, after the break!
Team Mario and Team Sonic, they’ve been to Beijing, they’ve been to Vancouver, they’ve been to London, they’ve been to Sochi, and now, they’re heading to Rio in Mario and Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games! Choose which gym you’d like to compete with, either Mario or Sonic, then train, compete, and go for gold. You may want to be careful, however, as certain somebodies may just have a few tricks up their sleeves to halt the games altogether!
Will Mario and Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for Nintendo take home the gold, or will it not even qualify? Find out in our review, after the break!
The music of Nintendo games make them truly remarkable and memorable. To show our love of the music, every Friday we share a selection of tracks from various Nintendo titles, new and old.
Hey, it’s another NintyBeats! This week, I made a NintyBeats. I’m too lazy to describe it, but… it’s great.
It’s that time of week again! It’s time to look back over the past week to see what’s been buzzing in the Ninty world. It’s been a pretty ‘interesting’ and quiet week this week. It started off on a rather depressing note, though in the end it turned into something rather beautiful.
Check out the top news of the week after the break!
Music plays such a huge part within Nintendo games to make them truly remarkable and memorable. To show our appreciation and love of the music, every Friday we shall share a selection of tracks from various Nintendo games, new and old.
Before we begin, I would like to apologise for the two week delay, things got rather hectic at College but now everything is back to normal for now. As a gift from me to you guys, this weekend will be a host to a triple feature NintyBeats, showing off 9 different tunes from Nintendo’s history!
Check out our playlist after the break!
Every so often, Nintendo likes to give us a blowout of release dates, and it just so happens that we’ve got a new one.
Most dates are merely reitterations of those we heard about at E3, but there are a number of exciting games heading our way in the next few months – notably Fantasy Life, Smash Bros and Pokemon for 3DS alongside Bayonetta and Hyrule Warriors for Wii U. At the end of August, America will also at long last get their hands on the superb rollercoaster of emotion that is Layton vs Wright.
Splatoon, Zelda U, Star Fox, Xenoblade X, and Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. have all been confirmed for 2015, which should ensure that the games will keep on coming well into next year.
Check out the full schedule below!
There are several other interesting points to mention. Firstly, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker seems to have been delayed to Q1 2015 in Europe, though it still aims for a Holiday 2014 release in Japan and the US. Also, if you remember way back to 2013, you would have remembered a game called Brain Age: Concentration Training getting its release in Japan and the US, though the release date seemed to have disappeared for European territories. It now looks like the game hasn’t been completely forgotten by Nintendo of Europe as they have listed it but with an unknown release. This raises the question of what caused the game to be delayed by over two years in Europe? Perhaps that’s one of the training exercises.
That’s not all, Nintendo have also released a schedule with all the 3rd Party titles which are coming soon for 3DS and Wii U, though these do not have release dates listed.
What are you most excited for from this list? Tell us in the comments!