Tag "3DS"

Super Smash Bros. Welcomes Back the Pirate Ship Stage as DLC

In this day and age, downloadable content has become the norm within the gaming industry. Some of it, like the very affordable Mario Kart 8 content, can be seen as a valuable option for gamers, while other pieces of DLC

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Super Smash Bros. Set to Receive Super Mario Maker Stage

As two of the biggest games that Nintendo launched last year, Super Smash Bros. on both the 3DS and Wii U pleased fans with its expansive roster and genuinely enjoyable couch-centric beat ’em up sessions. As it turned out, however, gamers

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Shovel Knight Amiibo Confirmed, Unlocks Co-Op Mode

All week long, rumors have been flying about the beloved platformer from Yacht Club Games, Shovel Knight. First it was being said that the Shovel Knight character was being added to Super Smash Bros., and then a Shovel Knight amiibo was leaked

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‘Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition’ Review

Nintendo has begun to partner with other companies to get more recognition for its bountiful number of properties, which many will agree is a sound decision. One of the strangest results of this newfound initiative, however, is Puzzle & Dragons Super

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‘BOXBOY!’ Review

Nintendo is  often criticized for relying too heavily on the same few franchises, but in recent years the company has put out a range of quirky digital games that demonstrate the same spirit of creation as the publisher’s most beloved titles.

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‘Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars’ Review

The Mario vs. Donkey Kong series has been a steady, if unspectacular stalwart of Nintendo’s handheld output for more than a decade, and over that time it has established a distinct personality. Its newest entry may have seen a Wii

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‘Xenoblade Chronicles 3D’ Review

Despite the New Nintendo 3DS offering a number of new features including improved 3D tracking, the addition of a C-Stick, and enhanced CPU, gamers haven’t had a large incentive to pick up the updated portable. Now, however, that may no longer

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