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Nintendo Wire’s favorite Zelda bosses

Categories: Retro

At this year’s E3, we finally got to see a solid chunk of gameplay from the long-awaited upcoming entry in The Legend of Zelda series; Breath of the Wild. In the hours and hours of Treehouse footage shown we were treated to countless combat scenarios, details on environmental and crafting…

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Shovel Knight to make appearance in Yooka-Laylee

Author: Jason Ganos
Categories: News, Wii U

UPDATE: Shovel Knight developer Yacht Club Games has updated its own blog to talk about the upcoming Yooka-Laylee cameo, providing a few new details. For starters, the blue burrower’s voice in the game is provided by Sean Velasco, who founded the studio and directed Shovel Knight itself. Yacht Club also…

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Mario Party Star Rush teaser site goes live

Categories: 3DS, News

With the release of Mario Party Star Rush a little over a month away, Nintendo has launched a teaser site for the game with the promise of a full site “coming soon.” Along with some brief copy describing gameplay, the site includes bulleted points mentioning additional features and a section…

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Character Column: Kefka Palazzo proves to be one of the maddest and most memorable villains in all of gaming

Categories: Retro

Welcome to the Character Column! Each week, I’ll be taking a look at a different character from Nintendo’s long and esteemed history, and I’ll analyze what makes them interesting, nuanced, or just plain memorable. Whether they’re heroes, villains or NPCs, I’ll explain why they deserve respect or love from the…

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Rumor: Nintendo orders 10 million NX units for first year

Categories: Switch

Nintendo’s NX, which is still completely shrouded in mystery to the general public, is fast approaching its release date. With only half a year left, you’d have expected Nintendo to tell us something about the upcoming console. At this time, however, we’re still waiting for official information about it. In…

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