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Nintendo files patent for a controller that’s all touchscreen

Console maker Nintendo has recently filed a patent for a controller that has a full touchscreen across its face. The design would allow for joysticks...

Nintendo President reaffirms commitment to Wii U

Speaking with Time, Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima has confirmed continued software support for Wii U despite the upcoming Nintendo NX release. Kimishima said "we...

The Nintendo NX won’t be “the next version of Wii or Wii U”

Nintendo President and CEO Tatsumi Kimishima has stressed that the upcoming Nintendo NX won't be "the next version of Wii or Wii U". "As far as...

The Nintendo NX could start shipping as early as Q2 2016

DigiTimes today reports that the Nintendo NX is expected to ship in the first half of 2016. The site says "around 10-12 million units" are...

New rumours insist that the Nintendo NX is a hybrid console and portable device

The Wall Street Journal has started back up rumours that the Nintendo NX will be both a console and a portable gaming device. The newspapre...

Resident Evil Review: Live and in HD

Make no mistake: I’m a die-hard Resident Evil fan. I thought Operation Raccoon City was a steaming pile of shit... but on the other...

Child of Light Review: Vibrant and beautiful

My expectations for Child of Light were very high after seeing some gameplay not too long ago. This has been nothing but a problem for me in the past. Child of Light has not only met my expectations, but exceeded them and impressed me more than any game in recent memory.

Review: Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster

Final Fantasy X, being the first Final Fantasy title on the PS2, was a big step forward for my RPG consumption as a kid. The game introduced a whole new tier of detail to its smooth-faced, androgynously pretty protagonists as well as the long-anticipated addition of voice acting.

Review: Rayman Legends

If you've come here hoping for a review replete with loads of changes and advancements to the next-gen version of Rayman Legends, you’d best prepare for disappointment. There's very little to add in this new iteration, so if you've played it before, don't expect anything mind-bogglingly new. That said, the new version does remove some of the quirks and niggles that marred an otherwise perfect experience. For this article I’ll focus on the version differences and refer you to Cav’s current-gen review for a more detailed look at the game itself.

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