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Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth character trailer has been released and it’s everything we wanted. Your favorite Phantom Thieves are back and stealing the spotlight bringing their quirky personalities with them. The recent trailer features your Persona 5 favorites: Futaba, Ann, Yusuke, Haru, Morgana aka Mona, Makoto, Ryuji, Akechi, and of course Joker. The RPG is a dungeon/crawler
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 Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn is still set to arrive on 3DS systems this March, and below you’ll find 15 new screenshots of the title that were released yesterday. Sadly, there was no mention of the title during the Nintendo Direct last night, but we did get to see Yoshi’s Crafted World and learned that a free demo is now
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Now that the Switch has reached over 32 million units sold, Nintendo has been wanting to push families into purchasing more than one per household. However, they still are not forgetting the 3DS stated Nintendo’s President Shuntaro Furukawa during a recent Q&A session following the company’s earnings report. As noted by Variety, he was asked a
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Level-5’s Yo-kai Watch series has always featured a wonderful sense of humor, but I was caught off guard with the role-playing game starting off with an extended parody of Chris Carter’s magnum opus, The X-Files. Cheekily called “The Y Files,” players get to see cartoon versions of Mulder and Scully (now called Blunder and Folly) bicker about
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Persona fans already have a lot to look forward to on the horizon with the upcoming introduction of Persona 5‘s Joker to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the reveal of Persona 5 R, and the newly-announced Western release for Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth. However, new details have revealed that the game’s voiceover options will be limited to its
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Have you ever wondered why Charizard got the standalone treatment in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS? It may not be exactly “canon” but The Pokemon Company has an explanation that fits with the established Pokemon world, and one we will take on as a permanent headcanon until Sakurai comes around to de-confirm it. News
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Known for his voracious appetite and ability to copy anyone’s power–as well as being confirmed as the greatest character of all time by Super Smash Bros. Ultimate‘s World of Light campaign–Kirby is certainly one of the cutest characters in Nintendo’s roster of characters, and even cuter when he’s made out of yarn. Thankfully, you’ll get to
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As most Nintendo fans are probably aware, games by the first-party publisher rarely go on sale. With how wildly successful the Nintendo Switch has been, most of its first party titles haven’t seen great discounts until today. Nintendo began a New Year’s Digital Sale today that discounts multiple notable Nintendo Switch and 3DS games by
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Nintendo might have the Nintendo Switch’s success causing the company hours of busy work, but they haven’t forgotten about the Nintendo 3DS console. Remember that? The handheld console that can turn your screen into a 3D image by messing around with your eyeballs? A new update rolled out bringing the latest version of the Nintendo
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The recent trailer for the upcoming major motion picture Pokémon: Detective Pikachu marks the first big-screen outing for the Pokémon series in a live-action format. Featuring a compelling storyline and a wisecracking electric mouse voiced by Deadpool’s Ryan Reynolds, the movie looks set to be jam-packed full of wholesome family fun. However, given the “catch ’em
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While Nintendo has gotten especially good in the past years at coming up with interesting twists on the Mario series — giving us everything from Mario Tennis, to Mario Kart, to Captain Toad, and beyond — few were willing to go as far as Luigi’s Mansion. Set in a completely different style from the likes of his brother, Luigi’s Mansion gave
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WarioWare has always been one of the weirdest, most endearing corners of Nintendo’s wide breadth of IP. Its memorable and funny characters work well in tandem with the unique microgames in order to create minigame collections with a little more versatility than most in other games in its genre. That being said, we actually haven’t
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The WarioWare series has always had a penchant for bringing gamers a ton of bite-sized mini-games with some questionable end goals, and based on a new trailer for the upcoming WarioWare Gold, players shouldn’t expect anything less from the upcoming 3DS game. Nintendo has released a new trailer for the upcoming WarioWare Gold, with the trailer highlighting the wacky
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It feels like it’s been a decade since the original release of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on the often-faulty Wii U. Pegged between Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, Captain Toad had a soft but deserving impact on the home console selling 250,000 copies in its first month and garnering wide critical acclaim. In
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Have you ever thought to yourself: yeah, Detective Pikachu is nice, but what I really need is a prequel e-book so that I can understand the character motivations of my coffee-chugging, Danny DeVito-sounding protagonist? Well, good news! Nintendo has released a Detective Pikachu prequel e-book to cater to your incredibly specific desires! It is titled Detective
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Atlus really enjoys their remakes. In their defense, they not only make their games prettier the second time around, but they typically add gameplay elements and even new characters into the story. The title Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux is no different, getting a major facelift while being ported to the Nintendo 3DS. Today, this
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Released in 2014 on the Wii U, the long-waited Hyrule Warriors brought together the worlds of Dynasty Warriors and The Legend of Zelda in a unique and action-packed way, and the title is now bringing the action in a new release on the Nintendo Switch this coming spring. During today’s Nintendo Direct Mini, Nintendo revealed that Hyrule Warriors: Definitive
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