Articles about Nintendo (page 30)

Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version! Set For July 19 Launch
Earlier this year the folks at Bandai Namco announced that Taiko Drum Master would be launching on the Nintendo Switch. For those unfamiliar, Taiko Drum Master is a rhythmic game where players will attempt to follow the beat of the drum. The game is a pretty popular arcade game even today and has launched on multiple platforms.

Ariana Grande Performs With A Band Using Nintendo Labo Instruments
When Nintendo unveiled the Labo, they positioned it in such a way that it seemed like you could create anything with it. In fact we’re already starting to see how people are taking advantage of it to come up with some pretty clever and creative inventions, such as a controller for an electric wheelchair.

Mario Tennis Aces Demo Will Be Playable June 1-3
Earlier this year Nintendo announced a new Mario game for the Nintendo Switch in the form of Mario Tennis Aces. Last we heard the game is set for a release on the 22nd of June and the good news is that if you wanted to check out the game before buying it, you’ll be pleased to learn that there will be a playable demo ahead of its release.

Japan To Get A Special Gold Color Famicom Mini With Exclusive Games
As you might have heard, Nintendo just announced that they will be re-releasing the NES Classic next month. By extension this also applies to the Japanese version of the console, the Famicom Mini. However it seems that given that Japan is Nintendo’s home country, it’s not surprising that Japan will be getting an exclusive version.


Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Switch Case Spotted At GameStop
Last month there was a rumor suggesting that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 could be launching on the Nintendo Switch. If the rumors are true, then this is a big deal as having more triple A titles on the Switch would no doubt help make it a more compelling purchase, although in all fairness the Switch seems to be doing pretty well by itself already.

NES Classic Edition Will Be Available Again June 29
Last year many gamers were disappointed when the NES Classic was cancelled. Given that Nintendo seemed to have problems trying to keep up with demand, it meant that many gamers weren’t able to get ahold of it which led to crazy prices on eBay. However the good news is that you’ll get your chance again.

Nintendo Also Updates Warranty After FTC Warning
The Federal Trade Commission recently issued warnings to multiple companies including Sony and Nintendo reminding them that stickers on their products that claim that the warranty will be void if they are removed are illegal. The FTC had sent them warning letters earlier this month to bring to their notice that their warranties might be in conflict with U.S. law. Sony has already updated its warranty policies following the warning […]

‘Minecraft’ Nintendo Switch Cross-Platform Update Arrives Next Month
Late last year, Microsoft announced that Minecraft would be getting an update that would enable cross-platform support. It has been quite a while since the update was announced, but the good news is that gamers won’t have to wait much longer for the update to arrive, at least for the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Unveils New Switch Charging Stand
For Nintendo Switch gamers looking to charge their console, as far as official methods are concerned, you only have the dock. However the dock isn’t as useful because what if you wanted to play using the console’s screen instead of your TV? That’s where third-party accessories come in, but not anymore.

Nintendo’s First Mobile Game Has Officially Shut Down
When Nintendo first announced plans to launch mobile games, many were understandably excited, although that excitement turned to confusion when Nintendo chose to launch Miitomo as their debut title. There was some interest at the start, but that eventually faded resulting in Nintendo announcing earlier this year that the game would be shutting down.

Virtual Console For Nintendo Switch Ruled Out
Recent reports about the online subscription service for Nintendo Switch have suggested that it might offer a library of NES games as well. This led some to believe that the Virtual Console might be coming back. Nintendo has now set the record straight concerning the Virtual Console for Nintendo Switch: it’s not.

Nintendo Switch Online Service Detailed
Last month it was reported that plans of Nintendo’s online service was expected to be revealed this month, and sure enough it has as Nintendo has since published details about the upcoming online service on its website. This includes pricing as well as the various features that gamers could expect from it.

Nintendo Reportedly Recruiting Level Designers For New Zelda Game
Now that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is more or less over and done with, what will become of the Zelda franchise for the Nintendo Switch? The good news is that Nintendo could be developing a new Zelda game, or at least that’s according to a tweet by Twitter user BlackKite who discovered what appears to be a job listing for the game.

Inventor Uses Nintendo Labo To Control An Electric Wheelchair
When the Nintendo Labo was unveiled, Nintendo also showed off various kits and things that users could do with it, such as building their own robots and what not. However it appears that some have taken the Labo and made practical use of it, such as in the case of Kentaro Yoshifuji of Ory Laboratory who used the Labo to control an electric wheelchair.