Badge Arcade News: 8/8/16

Categories: 3DS, News

Mario Tennis catchers swing back into the Badge Arcade today, as well as some repeat Kirby, Fire Emblem and Splatoon badges. Free play? Yes! Now go gobble up some badges! Practice catcher: As a friendly reminder, it’s your last day to grab today’s added squid kid badges, with their respective…

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Metroid Memories, Part III — Metroid Prime trilogy

Categories: Retro, News, Wii U

Often considered the third series in Nintendo’s holy trinity, Metroid has been around for just as long as Mario’s been crashing the wrong castle in search of distressed damsels or Link’s refusal to go it alone. Yet despite this legendary designation, the galactic adventures of bounty hunter Samus Aran rarely…

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NES Classic Edition to have multiple display options

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, Retro

Nintendo’s upcoming NES Classic Edition is definitely exciting for retro fans, but many are no doubt wondering if they can adjust how the games look on their TV screens. Most modern retro game re-releases come with a variety of options to scale and filter the image, from Sega’s Genesis hub…

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Dragon Quest X officially confirmed for NX

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: News, Switch

With its March release coming ever closer, bits of NX news are starting to make themselves known. Alongside The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Just Dance 2017, another game has been revealed for the upcoming system and this time it’s from Square Enix. Dragon Quest X, the…

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Sonic Sunday: Kicking off the Franchise Five

Author: Logan Plant
Categories: News, Features, Retro

Welcome back to Sonic Sunday! This week, we’re kicking off a new series that will continue on Nintendo Wire throughout the coming months. Titled Franchise Five, this series collects votes and opinions from all of the writers at Nintendo Wire to come up with top five lists for various video…

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