It's the question on everyone's minds at Nintendo pulls down its banners and starts heading home after E3 2018, is this it for 3DS? While Reggie has been adamant from Switch's Day One that he will continue to support the 3DS throughout Switch's lifetime, this year's gaming expo certainly didn't hold true to his promises. It might be time to start retiring the dual screen life we've all become accustomed to. That being said, there's still plenty of life left in the pocket-sized console.
Remember Snake? Yeah, he's dead. Thankfully, Forever Entertainment reanimated what was once a single screen pixel chaser, and Zombillie was resurrected. If Snake was the perfect game to quickly thumb through on your Nokia in 1997, Zombillie is worthy of the same title for Nintendo Switch in 2018. You don't play a puzzler for its... Continue Reading →
Nintendo have historically been hostile towards third party development, going so far as sealing the fate of Wii U in its lack of library and walled off development network. That all seems to have changed with the Switch, however.
Your Wii remote has probably been gathering dust in a drawer or down the back of a sofa somewhere. Well, it's time to dig it back out because researcher Johnny Lee's 2008 TED talk "Wii Remote Hacks" came onto my radar this week and it turns out there's plenty of life left in the old white brick.
I do love a good Nintendo Direct. They cut the bullshit and give us what we want, fast. Tonight's download was no different, and provided headline after headline of new release date information, rumour confirmations, and last minute revelations - Super Smash Bros. anyone?
Nintendo was perhaps the biggest phoenix of 2017, so what does 2018 hold for the year's biggest success story, and where do Nintendo Switch indie games come in?
Whether you're sick of your Nintendo Switch screen being scratched by the dock, or you're simply seeking alternative solutions, there's good news afoot! It is possible to attach your Nintendo Switch console to your TV without the use of the official dock. Here's how.
Nintendo's SNES Mini is rumoured for release this Christmas, but will its stock space be the same size as the NES? And what is Nintendo accomplishing with these retro plug and plays?