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With Bethesda and id Software preparing for the 25th anniversary of the DOOM series in the appropriately named “Year of DOOM” that will be coming in 2019, those that have yet to experience the 2016 iteration of the game may want to consider taking on the version released for Nintendo Switch last year, as developer Panic Button has
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One of 2018’s most shocking announcements was that Sony would be skipping E3 2019, not even holding an EA Play style event. Shortly after that announcement, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer and Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime presented optimistic views for next year’s show. This optimism on Nintendo’s end continued with a recent interview between IGN and Reggie Fils-Aime
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After it was revealed that Joker would be the first DLC character for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, many people are quietly (read “loudly”) wondering if we will see a Persona 5 port to Nintendo Switch. Nintendo America’s president, Reggie Fils-Aime may not be able to say yet, but his vague response certainly leaves the door open. Speaking
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I’ve been planning an insane Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament to take place at my small apartment in Indianapolis ever since Smash Ultimate was announced earlier in the year. I’ve been inviting all of my local friends and even some fellow writers here at DualShockers to come and compete in this ridiculous tourney and tonight is the
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Anyone who has a storied history with gaming likely fondly remembers when instruction manuals came with every physical copy. Obviously, in the age of digital copies, this practice is becoming more and more uncommon. Thankfully, the Smash Bros. subreddit worked to fill that pace for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate‘s release — and it’s available for download now. Thought of
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Super Smash Bros. is one of Nintendo’s industry titans, as it stands among Mario and Zelda as a powerhouse IP for the company. Outside of the all-star line-up and stellar game direction from walking video game encyclopedia Masahiro Sakurai, the ravenous fan-base has propelled the series to meteoric heights. The series has kept a 17-year-old
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The latest entries in the iconic monster battling series Pokémon Let’s Go, Pikachu! and its counterpart Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! has recently landed on Nintendo Switch bringing with them a wave of nostalgia and adventure. Both of these elements have been perfectly captured in the games’ post-release trailer. The trailer opens up with both of
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Koei Tecmo published the second Japanese trailer for Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World, the game celebrating the Atelier series’ 20th anniversary. As a reminder, Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists is a town building, managing simulation featuring game protagonist Nelke von Lestamm and characters from past Atelier games, including Mana Khermia 1 and 2. There are
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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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Nintendo Co. Ltd (the Japanese arm of Nintendo) applied for new trademarks for “Wii,” “The Last Story,” and “Fossil Fighters” according to eagle-eyed reporting from publication Japanese Nintendo. Also worth mentioning that these are reportedly all new trademarks — not renewals of previously approved marks. For the Wii trademark application, the classifications included ‘video game machine, ‘game
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Both Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu! and Let’s Go Eevee! have changed the series’ formula quite a bit. Despite Pokémon Go‘s influence, Director Junichi Masuda confirms that the two new Nintendo Switch games are not just spin-offs. As reported by Nintendo Everything, in an interview, Masuda states Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu! and Let’s Go Eevee! “aren’t
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Intelligent Systems will be hosting a “Fire Emblem Expo” in May of next year. Unfortunately, the event will be exclusive to Japan and as of right now we know very little about what will be shown or potentially revealed. The expo will be hosted at a venue in Tokyo. There’s nothing that’s indicative of heavy involvement
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Nintendo has decided to close the doors on their infamous Nintendo Creators Program that began in May 2015. By the end of December 2018, the program will shut down. The Nintendo Creators Program website will close later on March 20, 2019. Videos and livestreams featuring Nintendo games will be allowed to be monetized without Nintendo taking
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The Nintendo exclusive squid-kid shooter, Splatoon 2, is getting its final content update December 5. Update 4.3.0 was revealed by Splatoon News with screenshots and highlights for what the update features. The upcoming update includes a new gear ability called Bomb Defense Up DX — which is a combination of previous abilities: Bomb Defense Up and Cold
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Nintendo has announced via a new video on Twitter that their upcoming title, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, has set the record for highest pre-sales in the series’ history. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the fifth entry in the iconic fighting game series and will include a whopping 74 characters at launch. You can check out the Twitter video down
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We knew before the release of both Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee that the newest pair of titles in the Pokemon series were likely destined to do well at market. Now that the initial sales for the games have been revealed though, their success is perhaps even greater than what was anticipated beforehand. In a new tweet from the
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You know, when I started with this company, if you would have told me that one day, I’d be covering a potential crossover between a popular Disney movie and a third-person shooter, I would have called you crazy. And yet, early this morning, Epic Games began teasing what fans have been guessing as a Wreck-It Ralph crossover
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