Pokémon Smile Review Roundup

Pokémon Smile is a free app designed to deliver a unique mobile experience for the Pokémon brand that makes brushing your teeth a fun activity and encourages kids to develop good brushing habits. Pokémon Smile is available for download at no cost in the App Store and on Google Play. Read on below to see … Continue reading Pokémon Smile Review Roundup

Nintendo confirms coronavirus outbreak won’t impact Nintendo Switch sales in North America and Europe

Nintendo has confirmed that the coronavirus outbreak is effecting Nintendo Switch production. The company recently posted an advisory and apology about the effect of the outbreak on Nintendo Switch production, but Nintendo of America has since assured that the virus won't impact Switch sales in North America and Europe: "We can confirm that the manufacturing … Continue reading Nintendo confirms coronavirus outbreak won’t impact Nintendo Switch sales in North America and Europe

Nintendo will no longer service the Wii as of March 31 in Japan

In 2019, Nintendo removed the official Wii U website from Nintendo.com, along with all of its seventh-generation games, which include Wii, WiiWare, DS and DSiWare. Nintendo today announced that it's officially ending repair service for the original Wii console in Japan. "After March 31, Nintendo will no longer be accepting first-gen Wiis, model number RVL-001, … Continue reading Nintendo will no longer service the Wii as of March 31 in Japan

#FreeGameFreak hashtag confirmed as a hoax

Following the launch of Pokémon Sword and Shield, the #FreeGameFreak hashtag has been surfacing online, particularly all over Twitter. However, Kotaku's Jason Schreier has confirmed that this hashtag is a complete hoax."On last week's Kotaku Splitscreen I talked about how some Pokemon fans tried (and failed) to convince me that one of them was a … Continue reading #FreeGameFreak hashtag confirmed as a hoax

Game Freak: New Dynamax feature allows every Pokémon to shine in battle in Pokémon Sword and Shield

A large portion of the Nintendo booth at E3 2019 was dedicated to showing off the upcoming Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield games for the Nintendo Switch. The area was designed to look like a massive water-themed Pokémon Stadium, complete with large screens showing off the game, in-universe billboards, and a crowd of spectators and … Continue reading Game Freak: New Dynamax feature allows every Pokémon to shine in battle in Pokémon Sword and Shield

Xbox head Phil Spencer interested in bringing Xbox Game Pass to Nintendo Switch

During its Nintendo Direct presentation at E3 2019, Nintendo revealed two new paid downloadable fighters coming to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game: Hero from the DRAGON QUEST series to be available this summer, and Banjo-Kazooie for this fall. According to Xbox head Phil Spencer, bringing Banjo-Kazooie to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate proved to be … Continue reading Xbox head Phil Spencer interested in bringing Xbox Game Pass to Nintendo Switch

Xbox head Phil Spencer says Banjo-Kazooie for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate was an easy deal to make

During its Nintendo Direct presentation at E3 2019, Nintendo revealed two new paid downloadable fighters coming to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game: Hero from the DRAGON QUEST series to be available this summer, and Banjo-Kazooie for this fall. According to Xbox head Phil Spencer, bringing Banjo-Kazooie to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate proved to be … Continue reading Xbox head Phil Spencer says Banjo-Kazooie for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate was an easy deal to make

Nintendo confirms there are no more first-party games for Nintendo 3DS

Exactly one year ago from today, Nintendo held a briefing for investors to reaffirm that it would “continue the 3DS business” and that it was “preparing new software for release in 2019 and beyond.” However, during this year’s version of the same briefing, Nintendo revealed that there are currently zero first-party games on the schedule … Continue reading Nintendo confirms there are no more first-party games for Nintendo 3DS