The PlayStation Vita from Sony was released this past weekend to the tune of 320K units sold. How does this fare for the burgeoning new system and it’s nearest competitor?
…and I’m not talking about the ones on the target audience.
Originally only available in the United States through the somewhat hard to find Zelda compilation for the Gamecube, Nintendo of America’s Assistant PR Manager David Young has confirmed the upcoming 3DS version of Ocarina of Time will be bundled with Master Quest!
While not the launch day release time that everyone was hoping for, Nintendo revealed at GDC today that the 3DS remake of Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is shaping up to be ready for a June release.
We knew the outlook for the Wii version of Super Meat Boy was looking grim, but now it’s official: the game has been cancelled. Though not all Team Meat news for Nintendo has been bad.
While details are scarce on Nicalis’ upcoming Nintendo 3DS version of the popular indie platformer, Cave Story, I can’t help but be excited!
I hope you like screenshots, because we’ve got sixty (60) of the damn things for you to run through from the soon-to-be released Nintendo 3DS version of Dead or Alive: Dimensions.
Oh man…I think I just crapped my pants. I didn’t really think much of getting a Nintendo 3DS until I saw this trailer, and I’m not kidding either. I’m some sort of racing game masochist who loves this derpy title on any system that it’s made for.
We knew this day was coming. We just didn’t know it would be so soon after the Japanese release. On March 27th (or March 25th for the UK), Nintendo’s newest handheld console will hit shelves at the strangely reasonable price of $249.99 (or a bloated £229.99 for you unfortunate readers across the pond).