With the Wii U struggling to make any kind of significant sales impact since launch, it didn’t really come as a surprise when Nintendo decided to rework Hyrule Warriors as a 3DS game. […]
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For the longest time gaming handhelds did not have a second analog stick, making certain games a pain to control (shooters) and 3D camera control impossible. Sony decided to fix this on the […]
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The New Nintendo 3DS has been out for a whole year now, and purchasing one promises to bring faster load times and access to a few games that otherwise can’t be played, for […]
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If you own a Wii U, chances are you have picked up a copy of Hyrule Warriors as it’s one of the better games for Nintendo’s system. It’s a hack-and-slash action game that […]
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Hold off buying a 2DS for a couple of weeks to save yourself $30 and still get a free game with the handheld.
When Sony started introducing the PS Vita Slim as a replacement for the 1st-gen PS, Vita do you remember what the main talking point was? The display. Sony shifted from OLED to LCD […]
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Early next year Nintendo is set to launch new versions of the 3DS and 3DS XL in the US and across Europe, while Japan, Australia, and New Zealand get it on November 21 […]
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The news earlier today that Nintendo has given the 3DS a major hardware upgrade and called it the new 3DS and new 3DS XL came as a welcome surprise. A second stick, bigger […]
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