Posts Tagged ‘Nintendo’

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This is your last week to download your Shiny Tapu Koko on Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon on your Nintendo 3DS:

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Say you are looking to crack open a can of nostalgia by plugging in your old video game console, but alas, your patience is quickly tested with blurry graphics, flickering backgrounds, and frustratingly unclear images. That is why HD Retrovision, a company founded in March 2014, has made it its mission to preserve retro gaming history while improving the retro gaming experience:

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Photo Courtesy of www.Pokemon.com

Photo Courtesy of http://www.Pokemon.com

We have a new Pokémon event! This time, we have two really classic characters: a Heracross for Pokémon X and a Pinsir for Pokémon Y. The distribution is occurring over the internet and is free to anyone who owns the game. Keep reading to learn more about the individual characters:

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James Farr’s latest homemade animated short entitled, Super Smash Wars 3: Return of the Hero, has been released on his YouTube channel. This installment is the last in the three part mash-up series, where Nintendo meets Lucasfilm. What is better than a Smash Bros./Star Wars mash-up?

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The highly anticipated Japanese RPG for the Nintendo 3DS, Bravery Default, was released today in North America. This game is very similar to the Final Fantasy franchise, making it a must-have for any RPG lover.  Stay tuned for an upcoming review!

Pokémon Bank

Pokémon Bank

Is your new year’s resolution to play more Pokémon?  Then keep reading to learn about Pokémon Bank, a new feature that will revolutionize the way you deposit, store, and manage up to 3,000 Pokémon in an online PC!

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Ubisoft announced earlier this morning that Rayman Legends, the highly anticipated sequel to Rayman Origins, is no longer a Wii U exclusive and will come to both the Xbox 360 and PS3. In addition, the game’s release date was pushed back to early September, nearly seven months later than the original release date of February 26. While this certainly shouldn’t come as a surprise to anybody, it’s definitely bad news for Nintendo and it raises a very important issue: will the Wii U ever gain high-quality, third-party exclusives?

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