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Mario Party: The Top 100

Mario Party: The Top 100, when a long time is not enough

Christmas holidays are coming and it's time to bring families together to have fun with the much-loved social games where we start on time with enthusiasm and prospects of winning, but ...

Once a Legend of Zelda is over, another one begins!

Did you think that Nintendo was rocked for a long time with the success of Legend of Zelda: Breath of Wild? You were really wrong: in fact the Eiji series producer Aonuma confirmed that his team is ...

We listen to the soundtrack of Project Octopath Traveler

For fans of RPG, the Square Enix brand has been for years, between ups and downs to tell the truth, a real point of reference. For the Nintendo market, Square Enix has ...
Nvidia Shield

Nintendo titles also arrive on Nvidia Shield

In most cases, to play Nintendo titles you need to have the related hardware unless you want to do some retrogaming. Not so in China, where the launch ...
Nintendo

Nintendo beats Sony as the richest company in Japan

Money is the engine of the world and Nintendo knows that, according to a ranking compiled by the newspaper Tokyo Keizai, the company of Mario & Co. is the first in a list of 500 ...

Black Friday Week on Amazon - 21 November

Now even the stones know that Black Friday is coming, but Amazon anticipates and begins to put so much interesting stuff on offer. Here is a list of the most interesting products for ...
YouTube

Nintendo (maybe) will be more open to YouTube content

Nintendo and YouTube have not gone well together over the years; the Japanese company has in fact often put a spoke in the wheel of youtubers who used its gameplay and live games dedicated. Yes...

Monopoly also spoils friendships on Nintendo Switch

From that world and the world Board Games, also known as board games by the most profane, have always contributed, in addition to the fun of many generations, also to the destruction of friendships and social relations, ...

Epic - Today the thanksgiving event for the creators begins

Epic through its Epic Games Store has just kicked off an event to thank the creators of community content. So Epic ...

Google Stadia, revealed the 12 games available at the launch of the service

In the past few hours, Google has unveiled the official list of the first 12 titles that will be available for purchase at the launch on Google Stadia, in ...

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