Three years after its release in Japan, Puyo Puyo Tetris finally heads to the west. For puzzle fans, it should be worth the wait. Already available on 3DS, Wii U, PlayStation Vita, PS3, PS4 and Xbox One in Japan, Sega
Three new 3DS games will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Kirby, Nintendo yesterday confirmed. Team Kirby Clash Deluxe is available now, pitting four Kirbys with unique powers — Sword Hero, Hammer Lord, Beam Mage and Doctor Healmore — against giant
Nintendo today confirmed a bunch of new amiibo heading to stores. First, the final set of Smash Bros. amiibo, seen above, head to shelves on 21 July. Nintendo also confirmed a new set of The Legend of Zelda amiibo, seen below. The Zelda amiibo are
Nintendo today confirmed Miitopia, a sequel to Tomodachi Life. You can watch the game’s trailer below. Keep an eye out for Billy — hecan transform into a cute cat, you know. That’s important. Miitopia heads to 3DS sometime in 2017.
To open its Nintendo Direct this morning, Nintendo confirmed Hey! Pikmin, a side-scroller for the 3DS. The game will be accompanied by a new Pikmin-themed amiibo. Expect Hey! Pikmin in July on 3DS.
Nintendo is planning big things for both the Switch and the 3DS, according to Nintendo of America President, Reggie Fils-Aime. “E3 is always a big time for Nintendo. We look at each E3 as a unique opportunity to tell our
I never thought I’d use my 3DS again, and then Bye-Bye BoxBoy! said hello. The third title in the delightful BoxBoy! puzzle series — and available in Japan for some time — Bye-Bye relies on different box types like rocket-powered, bomb
Nintendo today released a new trailer for Bye-Bye BoxBoy!, out tomorrow on 3DS. You can watch HAL Laboratory’s latest below: Already available in Japan, Bye-Bye BoxBoy! will be available in the west from tomorrow. The title, priced at $7.50 AUD or
You know what March means — Switchmas! In addition to Nintendo’s latest console, we’ve a number of great games for PC, Xbox One, PS4, 3DS and Vita on the way. Here’s what to expect over March 2017 here in Australia*:
These days, it’s a good time to be a Dragon Quest fan. Last year brought us an excellent complete ground-up remake of Dragon Quest VII, now subtitled as Fragments of the Forgotten Past, in line with the tagline rebranding of
You will absolutely find Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World ridiculously adorable — even if you’ve already gone through the motions in the Wii U’s Yoshi’s Woolly World. Yes, we’re once again presented with another Wii U to 3DS port from Nintendo.
We’re in a new year, and that means new games. Here’s what to expect over February 2017 here in Australia*: Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World Saturday, 4 February 2017 3DS Nioh Wednesday, 8 February 2017 PS4 For Honor Tuesday, 14
Nintendo Australia today confirmed that Mario Sports Superstars will head to 3DS in March. From 11 March, 3DS players will be able to take part in soccer, golf, tennis, baseball and horse racing. The title will also support new Mario Sports Superstars amiibo cards.
Nintendo has updated the Pokémon Bank 3DS app to work with Pokémon Sun and Moon. Those who use the Pokémon swapping system — and are paying the annual fee of $4.99 USD — will also gain access to a Z-Crystal
Speaking with Kotaku, Nintendo confirmed that Miis will be an optional presence on its new console, Switch. “Mii characters can be used to represent a user profile, but are not required,” a Nintendo rep told the site. “Users also have
Nintendo today announced Fire Emblem: Warriors, a title to be released on Nintendo Switch and the 3DS family of consoles. The title is planned for a spring 2017 release. We’ll have more on Warriors as it is made available.