Following the success of Super Mario Maker on the Wii U – a game that let players create their own stages using visual styles from various Mario titles and play through others creations, it was only natural that the game be ported over to Nintendo’s handheld, thanks to the portable console’s touch screen.
Mario Party: Star Rush is the latest Mario Party game on Nintendo’s handheld, but don’t expect the same board game type gameplay that you’ve known throughout the years.
Looking for a classic RPG to sink your teeth into and also take on the go?
Back in a 2013 Nintendo Direct, a fire was lit when the publisher announced that the popular RPG series Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem would be having a crossover title.
It’s been a while since we’ve last seen Fatal Frame. While Japan did get a fourth entry in the series back in 2008 with Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, the last entry seen in North America was Fatal Frame III: The Tormented, which released back in 2005.
Coming on November 4, a new update for Super Mario Maker will allow players to place mid-level checkpoints on stages, as well as Course World categories.
With Level-5’s latest RPG Yo-Kai Watch hitting Nintendo’s handheld on November 6, the publisher has decided to release a new 2DS bundle that comes pre-installed with the game.
Nintendo just announced that Wii U title Xenoblade Chronicles X will be getting a Special Edition release.
Capcom’s Blue Bomber has had a long, successful history in gaming, making his first appearance on Nintendo’s first console, and since then appearing in over 50 games, including the reboot series Mega Man X, third-person adventure game Mega Man Legends, RPG series Mega Man Battle Network and other adventures that have taken him to new heights.
With the Wii U Gamepad serving as a superb and versatile second screen a la 3DS, the world of Kirby: Canvas Curse was an obvious choice for Kirby’s first outing on Nintendo’s newest system (excluding his appearance in Super Smash Bros.