A history of Nintendo crossovers

Categories: News, Retro

Crossovers. Why do we like them so much? Whether we’re watching the latest superhero team-up blockbuster on screen or laying the smack down on beloved pop culture mascots in whatever new “versus” game Capcom concocts, the crossing over of one property with another is almost always a recipe for instant…

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Capcom reveals the Mega Man Legacy Collection

Author: Josh Brown
Categories: 3DS, News, Retro

Fans of the Blue Bomber are getting ready to go old school as Capcom revealed the Mega Man Legacy Collection coming later this year. The collection of retro titles will include the first six original Mega Man titles, all given a new coat of polish to make the games shine…

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Nostalgia review: The Wizard

Author: Josh Brown
Categories: News, Retro, Reviews

Nintendo Inquirer is taking a walk down memory lane to commemorate the upcoming Nintendo World Championships that are being held in Los Angeles on June 14th. Kicking off the nostalgia trip is a modern day review of the ’80s video game film classic, The Wizard. When I first heard that…

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The History of Nintendo Competitions: Part 2

Author: Joe Drilling
Categories: News, Retro

Please note: This is Part 2 of a series exploring the history of Nintendo sponsored competitions. Part 1 covered the Nintendo World Championships 1990, Super Star Fox Weekend and Powerfest ‘94. To read Part 1, go here. Like all great sports, Nintendo decided that it needed to have a college…

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The History of Nintendo Competitions: Part 1

Author: Joe Drilling
Categories: News, Retro

Everyone here at Nintendo Inquirer is pretty excited about the Nintendo World Championships coming up in June. Several members of the editorial staff are making their way from Milwaukee to Chicago to take part in the qualifiers. Sadly, the nearest qualifier to me in Washington is in Long Island, NY….

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