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.

Nintendo today confirmed that a new Fire Emblem title will head to the 3DS. Expect Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia in May. #FireEmblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia arrives on Nintendo #3DS on May 20th! pic.twitter.com/0XkYJuW107 — Nintendo AU NZ (@NintendoAUNZ) January 18,

Speaking with Wired, Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime said the Nintendo 3DS “will live side-by-side” with the upcoming Nintendo Switch. “The 3DS has a long life in front of it,” Fils-Aime said, adding, “I think there’s a sense that Nintendo Switch is

For the second time running, Pokémon Sun and Moon‘s trainers have collectively failed the game’s global mission. Tasked to use Island Scan to tag and defeat 1 million Pokémon, the best participating trainers could muster was a lowly 661,839. We’re 0-2 as a

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We’re in a new year, and that means new games. Here’s what to expect over January 2017 here in Australia*: Gravity Rush 2 Wednesday, 18 January 2017 PS4 Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King Saturday, 21 January 2017

With 2016 coming to a close, we thought we’d cover the ten biggest stories on Stevivor as viewed by you, our readers. It’s a weird mix of content, to be honest, so let’s get straight into it! Pokémon Go: Here’s

We’ve gone through the best games of 2016, but Stevivor staffers didn’t agree on everything. With that in mind, we present to you, in no particular order, the games we feel are strong contenders for the overall Game of the

Details of Pokémon Sun and Moon‘s second global mission have now been made available. From 3.00 am AEDT on 28 December until 10.00 am on 9 January 2017, trainers must work together to defeat 1 million total Pokemon via the

Microsoft versus Sony, Battlefield versus Call of Duty and Forza versus Gran Turismo. These are some of the rivalries that can get people talking about console wars. “Game On or Game Over” is your place to get inside the minds

Pokémon Sun and Moon has emerged victorious as platform exclusive Game of the Year in Stevivor’s staff deliberations. Game Freak’s latest, a combination of innovation and nostalgia, edged out both Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End on PS4 and Forza Horizon 3 on Xbox One. “This

Nintendo has today advised of a National StreetPass holiday that runs into mid-January 2017. Those who have a 3DS can head to their nearest Nintendo Zone and share Super Mario Maker courses, get Animal Crossing: New Leaf exclusive items and more. Not near a Nintendo Zone?