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Friday, October 2, 2015
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Look who’s back! Little Mac, Greninja, Shulk, Lucario, Fox & Captain Falcon will be restocked @ select retailers soon pic.twitter.com/PPVOvbjih0— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 30, 2015
Did you miss out on picking up a Little Mac, Shulk, Lucario, Greninja, Captain Falcon or Fox amiibo? Than you're in luck! Nintendo has just confirmed that these amiibo will be restocked at select retailers. Other rare amiibo to follow!
This is the 32nd game in the Mario franchise. To date, the Mario franchise has been able to sell more than 310 million units in 30 years. I don't think Nintendo will put Mario to rest any time soon.
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Spike Chunsoft has developed a number of games since they first came about in 2012. This includes the Pokemon Mystery games, J-Stars Victory VS., One Piece: Burning Blood and Conception II. We likely won't hear more about the games Spike Chunsoft is making for the NX until we hear more about the system in 2016.
Sunday, September 27, 2015
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Little hero. Big adventure! #ChibiRobo Zip Lash is now available for pre-purchase in the #3DS #eShop. pic.twitter.com/p0QaWX4pYm— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) September 24, 2015
If your planning on picking up a digital copy of "Chibi-Robo Zip Lash," you can go ahead and pre-purchase the game now from the 3DS eShop. This way, when the game launches later this year, the game will already be installed on your 3DS and ready to go!
Mr. Spencer said:
“I’ve said before, the one thing that I probably find a little distasteful in the discourse around games is the divisiveness that people try to build between platforms. It becomes more about what piece of plastic I own than what games I’m playing. It becomes more about somebody else failing than the things I love succeeding. I don’t think that’s a good place for our industry. I know that’s not everybody, and it’s easy to find the pockets of that vitriol and kind of think that is gaming, but I’m not going to embrace that. I’m going to actively push against that. People sometimes will make fun of me that I mentioned Sony or I mentioned Nintendo. It’s not to placate anybody or make them think I’m some kind of good guy. My job isn’t really to keep you from buying something else. My job is to make you proud of what we offer, and to give you an enjoyable experience with the product we have. That’s 100% of what I’m focused on.”
“The things that are keeping me up at night are really all about that, and it’s the great thing about this industry, as I’ve said many times, is you do earn every customer. There’s nothing that I own that makes you have to go buy Halo. You’re going to buy Halo 5 because you love it, or you’re not because you don’t. That’s just a fantastic part of the industry that we’re in, and I fully embrace that. I’m trying to keep our organization and, hopefully, our fans, out of that type of stuff, because I think that’s just incredibly unhealthy for our industry.”
Do you think the console war hurts the industry or do you think it challenges companies to come up with new and creative ideas to better the industry?
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Ready for an adventure? Turn your 3DS on! The Legend of Legacy demo is now available on the eShop! pic.twitter.com/2Js8PcT0dl— Atlus U.S.A., Inc. (@AtlusUSA) September 22, 2015
If you think you might be interested in getting "The Legend of Legacy," you might want to check out the free demo on the 3DS eShop. This demo covers the prologue as well as the first two dung ones in the game. Best of all, your progress in the game can be transferred to the full version of the game when it launches later this year. The demo is out now!