The idea of getting married virtually, like in video games, isn’t exactly new. There are plenty of video games out there that already support in-game weddings, and we have also seen in the past where couples who meet in video games and end up getting married, sometimes also hold their weddings in the games that they met in.
When the Nintendo Wii U flopped really hard, many had expressed their concern that Nintendo might be losing it. However, when the Switch launched, it painted a very different story as the console started to gain a ton of popularity and favorable reviews from gamers around the world. It also led to speculation that the console could potentially beat the Wii’s sales.
If you’re a fan of Nintendo’s Super Mario franchise, then you might want to check out this brand new LEGO set. In a partnership with Nintendo, LEGO has unveiled a brand new set that is themed around Mario where it will bring the iconic plumber to life in his own little LEGO set, that we can’t help but think is incredibly adorable.
The “Nintendo PlayStation” sounds like someone took a Nintendo console and a PlayStation console and hacked them together into a single device. However, in case you did not know, way back in the day, both Nintendo and Sony kind of got together to create a console that could not only play games from a CD, but supported Nintendo cartridges as well.
No matter what game you play and how easy it is – there’s always a probability of taking some kind of damage.It is just too tough to complete a game without taking any damage.Of course, even though you survive the game, taking damage is almost certain every time.But, maybe, not for players like Smallant1 – when he managed to beat Pokemon Platinum without taking any damage.Every gamer might have thought […]
One of the appealing aspects of Nintendo’s Mario Kart series is the ability to play against your friends and other people around the world. Unfortunately, multiplayer was one the features that was missing when Nintendo launched Mario Kart Tour, which for those unfamiliar is the mobile version of the game.
There is no doubt that the Nintendo Switch is doing pretty well for itself. This is a huge 180 for the company, especially with the disaster and massive flop that was the Nintendo Wii U. However, this doesn’t mean that Nintendo can try and convince more people to hop on board the Switch platform.
There have been rumors suggesting that Nintendo could be working on a sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and at E3 2019, the company pretty much confirmed it in a teaser trailer. Unfortunately, not much else is known about the game at this point in time, but now there are rumors suggesting some of its potential features.
For the past couple of years, Sony announced that they would not be attending E3, which is arguably one of the biggest events of the year for all things gaming related. However, it seems that to fill the void left by Sony, Nintendo has recently confirmed that they will be in attendance at E3 2020 this year.
Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. franchise contains video game characters from a variety of games and publishers. Now, we imagine that Nintendo probably has a ton of ideas as to what kind of characters they want in the game, and that they might not necessarily be successful with all their requests.
With the flop that was the Wii U, especially on the heels of the extremely successful Wii, many had felt that this was a touch-and-go time for Nintendo. However, the Switch has since turned things around for the company and it looks like it does not seem to be showing any signs of slowing down.
Ever wanted to play a PlayStation game from your Nintendo Switch? If you do, then you might be interested to learn that there is a small, small possibility that Sony’s PlayStation Remote Play could be arriving on the Switch. This was hinted at in a survey shared by Redditor YouRedditHereFirst.
Last year, there were rumors that there could be a new Nintendo Switch model in the works that would essentially be an upgraded model of the current Switch. Those rumors later proved to be wrong. Earlier this month, those rumors surfaced once again, and this time it made a bit more sense given that more time had passed.
For the longest time ever, Nintendo resisted making the jump to mobile. The company had their own reasons, but it seemed to fly in defiance of the market and how more developers were starting to treat mobile as a serious gaming platform. The company has since made the shift and it looks like it has paid off.