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Super Mario 64, a native version of the game is under development on PC

Super Mario 64 is a timeless classic. Published on Nintendo 64 in the distant 1996, it has had an incredible success. Like all mustachioed plumber games, it has never been released on PC. However, someone is ...
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Nintendo issues a patent for flexible Joy-con

Nintendo is one of those companies dedicated to always improving their products with new versions and Joy-con's are no exception. Nintendo is famous for its desire to improve and innovate its ...

Little Town Hero - the launch date for the Game Freak title unveiled

Some information on the new Game Freak videogame emerged during this night's Nintendo Direct. Little Town Hero is the title of the new work by the Japanese studio and in the course of the live is ...

Banjo-Kazooie available from today on Super Smash Bros Ultimate

This evening's Nintendo Direct brought a lot of interesting news on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. After the unexpected announcement at the E3 in Los Angeles of the arrival in the Banjo-Kazooie roster, Nintendo revealed the release date of ...

Nintendo announces Deadly Premonition 2 coming to Nintendo Switch

During a recent Direct that has just ended, Nintendo and Rising Star Games surprisingly announced the sequel to the survival horror open world Deadly Premonition released in the distant 2013 on PlayStation 3 ...

Mario Kart Tour - the release date set for September unveiled

Nintendo, like a bolt from the blue, through its social channels, has revealed the release date of one of its most anticipated mobile titles: Mario Kart Tour. The video game will be available for devices ...

Ori And The Blind Forest will also arrive on Nintendo Switch

Nintendo and Microsoft have recently announced that Ori And The Blind Forest: Definitive Edition will also arrive on Nintendo Switch the 27 September 2019. In addition to the release date, a new ...

Epic Games promises transparency in the loot box

Epic Games joins the ranks of companies that want to regulate loot boxes to make them less unpredictable. Epic has also joined Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo to gain transparency in the prize funds.

Age of Empires 4, a gameplay video

During the X019 it was finally possible to see a gameplay video of Age of Empires 4, one of the most anticipated titles of the next ...

Razer Kraken Ultimate Delivers the Winning Edge for Competitive Gamers

Be the last one standing with Razer's latest gaming headset - with THX® Spatial Audio, custom-tuned 50mm drivers, and a pro-grade active noise ...

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