It's hard to believe that, even past the Year of Luigi, society still demands that video game consoles be as thin and slim as possible, setting impossible standards for future generations. Just look
Online petitions have been seriously dominating the online space for the better half of a decade, some of which actually receive positive results. Nintendo in particular is a company that has commented
Join Shawn Long for the latest Nintendo Enthusiast: Week in Review! This week he talks about new Devil's Third and Hyrule Warriors info, Fatal Frame using some Dead or Alive 5 Tech, and
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
Welcome to the latest edition of Nintendo Enthusiast - Week in Review. Shawn Long breaks down the big Nintendo news of the week with NPD numbers break down,
Nintendo may not be done with the Zelda franchise on their current handheld. If so, what might we expect next?
The 3DS has an extensive library of games, but due to the consoles low sales initially, a lot of great games flew under the radar of most gamers. Fear not though, as Shawn
Welcome to the latest edition of Nintendo Enthusiast - Week in Review! Join Shawn Long as he goes over all the hot topics going on with Nintendo right now such as big rumors
This week on The Score we hear back on your thoughts concerning Nintendo's newest patent. We also ask for your thoughts on Project Cars. Will you still buy the game after the delay?
Nintendo is a developer that often surprises with what they're capable of, having a whole heap of famous IPs that are continuously revisited. However, there are a handful of remarkable games that never
This week we take a gander at your responses to what you'd like Nintendo to do with their Scrooge McDuck-like cash reserves, and unsurprisingly the name Capcom comes up a few times! We
If you're a diehard fan, you've played Super Smash Bros. on the go in some way or another, with CRTs strapped down in the middle of a minivan or purchasing third-party portable screens to
In this episode of The Score we find out what made E3 for you; was it the Treehouse events, game announcements, or surprises? We also ask for your opinion on what Nintendo should
Consequences can improve games immensely, but few take advantage of this.
Going into E3, the 3DS' 2014 line-up looked pretty weak to me. The only two first-party games were Smash Bros. and Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire at that point. Those two games will undoubtedly go