The world of video gaming handhelds is arguably even younger than the world of video game consoles. That's why you see so many consoles from the same company on a list of the 10 Best Handheld Consoles
It's going to take a lot of Marvel muscle to take down Galactus in Lego Marvel Super Heroes, due out later this year.
The Nintendo Download is once again upon us, bringing us offerings of games and goodies that tempt us into emptying our memory blocks to make room for more time-sucking software. Let's see what threatens to lighten our coin purses this week.
Award-winning Japanese role-playing game Ni No Kuni has been performing quite well on the PlayStation 3 of late, but that’s not where the game got its start. The very first version of Ni No Kuni came out on the Nintendo DS (no not 3DS) as Ni No Kuni: The Jet Black Mage, and the White Witch wasn’t even present!
The Smurfs 2 opens in theaters July 31st, and Ubisoft is releasing its respective movie tie-in that same month. Few platforms were left out in the cold, as the title is coming out for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii, Wii U, and the Nintendo DS.
Have you heard of Fantasy Life? If not, that’s a shame, because the game has been selling like hotcakes over in Japan and may make its way over here to the States.
Those two cute kids are all smiles as they played Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity last week at PAX East, but that isn't the only form of happiness Nintendo is dishing out. As reported by Gamasutra, the company is giving a huge break to indie developers, as having a physical office space is no longer a prerequisite to get their game into the Nintendo universe.
Participating Gamestops will have a brand-new Pokemon available for download for free on March 4th.