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When it comes to Nintendo franchises, The Legend of Zelda has been one of those series that has usually stuck to tradition for the better part of three decades. While Mario has gone go-karting and partying and Pokemon has done everything from wildlife photography to private detective work, Zelda has mainly stuck to epic journeys and big
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Everyone has probably noticed a little sticker on the back of their console that says “warranty void if removed”. You’ll usually find similar messages at the ends of certain user agreement licenses, and essentially, it’s meant to keep customers from getting third-party repairs by voiding their warranty if they do. Well, according to the Federal
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Nintendo will release the Nintendo Switch version of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze this Friday. Now, days before launch, Nintendo has released two new trailers for the game featuring playable characters Diddy Kong and Dixie Kong. Diddy Kong is a classic character who first appeared in the original Donkey Kong Country, and has been a staple
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Nintendo is slated to release the once Wii U-exclusive platformer Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze on Switch later this week, but it seems that before the game launches they’ve opted to now make it unavailable digitally on the previous platform. Folks began noticing the game’s disappearance on digital storefronts earlier today when Tropical Freeze suddenly became available only via physical purchase
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By now, anyone who follows Nintendo’s dedicated YouTube account is aware of Nintendo Minute — the half-editorial, half-promotional broadcasts by community manager Kit and Krysta covering all things Nintendo. This week, the pair went above and beyond, traveling to Japan mid-cherry blossom season to give a (very) brief look at Nintendo’s headquarters in Kyoto. Seen in
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Good afternoon, readers – this is Lou Contaldi, Editor-in-Chief of DualShockers. We interrupt you from our regularly-scheduled news reporting to touch on something important to us: our creative independence. Now, it’s no secret that gaming is a somewhat expensive hobby – many of us have our bookcases stacked (to some degree) with collector’s editions of
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Last year, Nintendo announced that the Wii Shop Channel would be closing Thursday, January 31, 2019. It also announce that, starting on March 26, 2018, users will be unable to add points to their Wii Shop accounts, which effectively makes this weekend your last opportunity to add points to your account and purchase games. It’s
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Today Bayonetta 3 Director Hideki Kamiya took to Twitter to provide an interesting history lesson. More specifically, he talked about the Bayonetta IP, who owns it, and the events that led to the third game being greenlighted as a Nintendo Switch exclusive. I’ve got something I want to tell you all. It’s about Bayonetta 3.
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There has been some back and forth about sales numbers for indie games on Nintendo Switch. While Jools Watsham of Atooi (formerly Renegade Kid) mentioned that Mutant Mudds Collection only sold “OK” with a cool 7,500 copies, other studios like Matt Makes Games (Celeste) and Team Meat (Super Meat Boy) have been screaming the Nintendo Switch’s sales
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Move over Detective Pikachu — Nintendo has a brand new movie partnership with animation studio Illumination Entertainment that will get you hooked on the brothas’! According to a recent Tweet from Nintendo, the game and film studio are partnering up to create a new movie Super Mario movie. Even better, we know that Nintendo will hopefully not
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It’s been a while since we’ve run a piece on YouTuber Man at Arms — the Baltimore-based blacksmith that delves into non-conventional guerilla advertising by recreating video game weapons. In the past, this has ranged to MOBA League of Legends’ Nameless Blade to Geralt’s double-sword combination in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Now they are taking something a little
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