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Rumor - Banjo-Kazooie coming to… Wii U?

With the arrival of Banjo-Kazooie on the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster, many have begun to speculate on a return of the Rare duo on Nintendo consoles. Hold on tight and try to take this ...

Virtual Console hidden in the eShop

After various speculations, leaks, denials and anything else apparently Virtual Console really makes its appearance in the Nintendo shop. https://twitter.com/KevDoy/status/1044461585824006145 Thanks (never enough) the dataminers, apparently it has been discovered that Nintendo has ...

NES Emulator for Gamecube hidden for 20 years

20 years: it took so long to discover that a fully functional NES emulator was hidden inside Animal Crossing for Gamecube. If you are one of the lucky owners of the Nintendo Cube, you have probably played ...

Madness of mod: Wii U Gaming Coat

The world of modding is great. I really say this with all my heart because every day what people manage to do never ceases to amaze us. Tale My Mate VINCE built a Wii ...

Switch says goodbye to the Virtual Console

This morning Nintendo confirmed some of the latest details of the Switch's online service subscription. Among other things, the service includes access to NES titles, 20 of which will be available at launch. This ...

IGN EXPO 2021 - Martha is Dead, presented the Italian title

The Summer of gaming never ceases to amaze us with the new releases coming soon to the videogame market. During the IGN panel, ...

IGN EXPO 2021 - Doki Doki Literature Club Plus will arrive on ...

Visual Novel players, rejoice! The Summer of Games 2021 is ready to return to the desks of the craziest literature club in ...

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