Nintendo may not be done with the Zelda franchise on their current handheld. If so, what might we expect next?
A repetitive, inconsistent good time.
A recent stockholders meeting was at last officially translated, and a few interesting tidbits came from it. Notably, Miyamoto responded to a question by going into what Yamauchi's view of the industry was, how the entire game industry - including himself - is in a transitional period creatively, and why Nintendo believes it is important to stay on their own hardware.
Consequences can improve games immensely, but few take advantage of this.
An extensive look at the good and bad of Monolith Soft's upcoming JRPG.
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There is one reason that, more than any other, you should be excited for the next entry to the legendary franchise.
Nintendo advertises even more indie games.
Nintendo keeps up the pace, unleashing even more trailers to their channel.
Pokemon Art Academy is coming to the 3DS next month!
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