We won’t be seeing Nintendo VR anytime soon

Categories: News, Switch

During this year’s E3, Bloomberg interviewed Nintendo of America COO Reggie Fils-Aime about the prospects of virtual reality gaming. While he didn’t come across as particularly hostile toward the budding technology, as he has in the past, he made it clear that it will be awhile before Nintendo will consider…

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Nintendo releases new Paper Mario: Color Splash details

Author: Bobby Soto
Categories: News, Wii U

The new entry into the Paper Mario series, Color Splash, was shown off during the Nintendo Treehouse event at E3 today. Let’s break down what we’ve learned about the game so far: Paper Mario Color Splash takes our beloved hero to Prism Island, where a mysterious force is draining all…

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Get ready to party with Mario & friends on your 3DS

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: 3DS, News

During today’s Nintendo Treehouse Livestream from E3, we got our very first look at a brand new Mario Party title heading to the 3DS. The Mario Party: Star Rush coverage today began with a look at the game’s main mode: Toad Scramble. This mode reinvents the Mario Party formula in…

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Dragon Quest VII new details, release date and trailer

Categories: 3DS, News

Today Nintendo officially announced that Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten will be available in North America on September 16th! Nintendo also showcased the game during their Treehouse livestream, outlining various details regarding its story, gameplay and localization. You play as a 17 year old son of a fisherman…

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Rhythm Heaven Megamix gets a surprise eShop launch

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: 3DS, News

As one final surprise to close out the second day of Treehouse Live streaming, Nintendo has launched Rhythm Heaven Megamix onto the North American 3DS eShop out of the blue. The game features a collection of old rhythm games from previous titles in franchise, as well as a few brand…

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Pokémon GO details officially revealed at E3

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: Mobile, News

Today’s Nintendo Treehouse live stream from E3 started with a Pokémon GO developer Q&A. During this Q&A, we learned that the Pokémon GO project started because of the Google Maps April Fool’s Challenge back in 2013. We also got confirmation that the Pokémon GO field test currently has “tens of…

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