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Splatoon’s Australia and New Zealand Cup could win you a trip to E3

Nintendo has detailed the Splatoon Australia and New Zealand Cup, a competition that could net tickets to E3 in Los Angeles for you and three friends. Teams...

Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Your reward for collecting Korok seeds is pretty crappy

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild offers up a pretty shitty reward for collecting all in-game Korok seeds. Spoilers lie ahead: If you don't want...

Zelda: Breath of the Wild guide: Make rupees fast with this trick

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has a multitude of items to buy, but to do so, you'll need rupees. Here's how...

Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s fastest speedrun is just over one hour

We made jokes about someone completing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild super quickly (and naked) -- and it's already been done. Below, you...

Aussie Deals of the Day: Target’s eBay store has games, accessories on sale

Target's eBay store is having a huge sale on games and accessories. Best yet, if you spend $50 AUD or more in store, you'll receive...

Zelda: Breath of the Wild guide: Cooking tips, tricks and recipes

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is at times complex, so we've made a guide that'll help you with cooking, including tasty...

Zelda: Breath of the Wild guide: How to use amiibo

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild supports amiibo, but it's a bit tricky to figure out how it all works. Luckily, we've the...

Skylanders Imaginators Review

The Skylanders franchise is back with Imaginators, offering up a create-your-own hero alongside a new mystical power and a new way for Kaos to...

Just Dance 2017 Review: Back and better than ever

I'd like to think that I single-handedly saved Just Dance 2017. I'm a huge fan of the franchise, but loathed 2016 -- it seemed like...

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

Breath of the Wild is the complete revolution of The Legend of Zelda series I never knew I always wanted. Nintendo has broken away...

Australian video game releases: March 2017

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,...

Nintendo allegedly stopping production of the Wii U this year

Japanese newspaper Nikkei today reports that Nintendo will cease production of the Wii U by the end of this year. The report furthers that the production...

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...

Nintendo quietly removes TVii from the Wii U in Australia

Nintendo cancelled TVii support for Australia, New Zealand and parts of Europe earlier this year and now the final remnants of the service that...

Truck containing special edition copies of Splatoon stolen on route to GAME UK

A truck carrying a shipment of special edition copies of Splatoon has been stolen on route to GAME UK. The theft was reported to customers in...

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.

Preview: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

This weekend, Wii owners around Australia dusted off their consoles and spent some time with the first A-list Wii-exclusive title since Donkey Kong Country...