In a move that surprised everyone, Nintendo had a decent amount to say at Apple's event today.
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Following in the steps of Miitomo, Nintendo's next two mobile entries will also be free-to-play.
I'll admit it: as a long time Nintendo fan, it is getting increasingly hard to support the seemingly out of touch company. Every day it seems like more bad news comes out of Nintendo. This year's Wii U and 3DS lineup was already thin, but with the recent announcement that Zelda Wii U was being pushed into 2017 and being simultaneously released on the NX, it seems the Wii U's days are numbered. In addition to that disappointing piece of news, Nintendo also confirmed it would only be bringing that ONE game to the biggest gaming convention of the year: E3. It also confirmed that the NX would not be at the show.
Nintendo helps make the decision between Birthright and Conquest a little bit easier with a flowchart and two family trees.
February 3 will be an exciting, but sad day for Smash Bros. fans.
Many may be sad that we won't be hearing anything more about new content coming to the game, but the final direct left us with some surprises.
Bandai Namco has announced we will be seeing some familiar Nintendo faces in their 3DS strategy RPG sequel.
This holiday season just got a little brighter.
Today's Nintendo Direct was focused almost entirely on the 3DS and the recently announced New 3DS XL. The New 3DS XL now has a confirmed release date of February 13 and has a suggested retail price of $199.99. A Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Bundle and Majora's Mask edition were also announced. Both of these will release on February 13 and both will have specially designed skins that represent their game. The Majora's Mask edition does not include the game. The Monster Hunter Bundle will be $229.99 and is exclusive to Gamestop. The Majora's Mask edition will be the standard $199.99 and is already sold out on Gamestop.com. The New 3DS XL will have built in Amiibo support, Face Tracking 3D, a faster processor, a built in "c-stick," auto brightness adjustment, and will play exclusive games. A remake of Xenoblade Chronicles, handled my Monster Games (Donkey Kong Country 3D), is the only known New 3DS exclusive title. No smaller model of the New 3DS was confirmed for North American release.
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