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The Legend of Zelda Italian commercial: Breath of the Wild

Nintendo has released the Italian spot for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Nintendo Switch. The 30 seconds video shows the possibilities of the new console, alternating some sections of ...
Mario Run

Super Mario Run: Bad News (<3)

Apparently, after the halved sales of COD, it really seems that our "macumbe" really take effect: this time Super Mario Run, the well-known Nintendo app we talked about (badly) in a previous article. What to say,...
Fire Emblem Heroes

Fire Emblem: 4 new titles announced by Nintendo

The Fire Emblem Direct aired last night made almost all the fans of the Intelligent Systems strategic saga and Nintendo exclusive platforms shout with joy. While...

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

At the end of Switch's 13 January presentation, Nintendo wanted to show us the fantastic new trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which will be available starting next ...
Splatoon 2

Announced Splatoon 2! Content, Fraws?

That's right! During the Nintendo Switch presentation event held this morning in Tokyo, Nintendo surprised the players with the announcement of Splatoon 2, followed by the shooter released on Wii U in the 2014. Yes it is therefore decided to ...
Super Mario Run

Super Mario Run and the art of theft

Once again, Nintendo never denies. As you well know, the long-awaited "Super Mario Run" for iOS devices is finally released a few days ago. Curious but not too much (I've never been ...

Pokémon GO, important UPDATE!

As usual, Pokèmon GO is talked about ONLY and EXCLUSIVELY when there are big updates, or launches. Or nothing because nobody plays with it anymore. Or maybe not? Actually at King's Cross ...

[Rumor] Release The Legend of Zelda: The Breath of the Wild and the Nintendo Switch?

According to the title of ragazzuoli, it's just a rumor coming from this tweet, so take it with due caution before opening the sparkling wine: Nintendo are internally aiming for a June 16 2017 UK Breath of ...

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, lots of new information on the action RPG

Famitsu has released new details of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, Bandai Namco's new action RPG title coming to the 2020 on PlaySttaion 4, Xbox One and PC.

Unity Technologies Finds That 63% of Creatives Struggle with Implementing AR ...

Client and consumer demand is scaling faster than technical competency, survey reveals CANNES, France - (BUSINESS WIRE) - To mark the second day ...

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