While the short-sighted analysts of the world want Nintendo to put games on mobile devices, it may not be a great decision in the long run. Today a patent was filed by
Welcome to yet another corner of Nintendo Enthusiast: Retro Corner! I (Shawn) love retro games just as much (and sometimes more than) newer games, so I\'ve decided to launch a new series dedicated
(Quick warning! For those who have yet to play this sublime adventure, there are many spoilers ahead. You have been warned! The position taken in this article is my personal opinion. I\'d be glad to
In this week\'s episode of The Score we year your thoughts on how much you would be willing to pay for Captain Toad Treasure Tracker. Additionally, we ask for your favorite thing about
Arguably the greatest handheld ever gets remembered.
The Game Boy was for many late 20s-early 30 year old gamers first handheld console. Released in July 31st, 1989 the Game Boy became an
Welcome to Nintendo Enthusiast\'s Zelda Fan Favorite Tourney! Here, your favorite Zelda titles will butt heads in a one-on-one battle to determine what game you, the fans, feel is the
Nintendo Enthusiast has voted, what are the top best games for the Game Boy and Game Boy Color?
Exploring the Game Store Behind Indie Corner
With Indie Corner moving to a new set with its new launch June 18, it\'s time to say goodbye to the game store: A&C Games. Before saying goodbye, Jason
New Video Series! Nintendo Nation Takes a Look at Some Nintendo Cosplayers!
Today we\'re happy to announce the launch of our brand new video series, Nintendo Nation, which will highlight various Nintendo
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Happy Birthday to the Game Boy. We look at its legacy to see how it impacted the future of Nintendo and how it offers to explain their present.
Famitsu tallied what it dubs Japan’s 21st Century Top 100 Selling Games, and based on the criteria it has made, Nintendo basically owns the lists.
Consider that Famitsu counted sales from
In this week\'s installment of The Score, we hear your opinions on the Wii U price drop that just took place and whether it could have an impact on Wii U sales.
For many fans of the Legend of Zelda GameBoy title Link\'s Awakening, Koholint Island is one of the most mysterious and interesting worlds in the entire franchise; and while we\'ve had our share
I\'m happy about the Earthbound (Mother 2) and Xenoblade Chronicles love in there.
Here\'s the list:
1. Super Mario Bros. NES
2. Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time N64
3. Super Mario 64