SegmentNext writes: "In a recent ruling by the Supreme Court of Munich, Nintendo has been awarded a favorable ruling against SR Tronic, which comes with a 1 million Euro fine for the latter party."
A couple years back there was a particular title that caught our attention. The logo features a guy in a leather jacket pulling what looks like Doc Brown from the Back to the Future series out of what looks like a DeLorean while holding what looks like the NES Zapper. If none of those even caught your attention, then you missed the 80’s.
GG3 gets a ton of cool new assets for Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. The Nintendo exclusive has some character art to share, as well as game backgrounds, logos and so on.
There are many words that can describe Nintendo’s long history, but “uninventive” is certainly not one of them. Take a trip down memory lane with this little history lesson then as we look back at some of the undoubtedly strange and iconic inventions Nintendo’s churned out over the years.
Super Smash Bros. 4 has been getting hyped for quite some time now. With such success of the series, you’d think plans for a new Nintendo crossover would be in the works. With that in mind, I figured it might be fun to mull over a few ideas that I believe would be great Nintendo crossovers.
Oh Nintendo, Way to market! If you own a 3DS The Legend of Zelda – Four Swords Anniversary Edition is free for only 4-days…in North America anyways.
Every once in a while a big company has to stop and admit that they were either wrong, or admit defeat. Sega admitted defeat and Microsoft admitted they were wrong. Now Nintendo had to open their eyes and admit the gamers were right…yet again.
Helping hands make light work as they say, and Nintendo’s series of partnerships over the years have made that more evident than ever. Here are just a few ideas of where Nintendo can best look for new friends going forward into this new year.