Nintendo’s Mr Iwata had a managerial briefing in which he made some statements about the future of Nintendo. This included short- and long-term plans for Nintendo.
In light of such critical acclaim attributed to Super Mario 3D World, Nintendo’s platforming talent has never been better. With the company’s eyes set on keeping our favorite Italian plumber jumping around the block for a long time to come, there’s a question to be made: Is platforming’s future in two dimensions or three?
Many people have been comparing Nintendo's current situation to that of Sega's in the late 90's/early 2000's. But if you know you're history then it's easy to see why that comparison doesn't quite hold up.
So it may be true that we are well into January 2014, but that doesn't mean that the team at Leviathyn can't look back fondly on 2013 and the best Nintendo games released that year. Join Martine, Joshua, and Greg as they discuss games that made being a Nintendo fan worth it.
Whoa, hold on, what the hell gamers? Yeah, I’m talking to you. Nintendo seems to be doing…erm…not so well, and maybe it’s because they didn’t take our suggestions of what can save the Wii U, most likely not. Now, we know this isn’t the first time Nintendo has been in trouble (see the GameCube, Virtual Boy, DS, 3DS) but this is the first time that the gamers are saying “good riddance”.
The Nintendo Fusion rumors that is going around the internet, in my opinion, is fake. Why do I say that? All you have to do is look into the spec of these systems to see why I believe they are fake.
GG3 picks up on the latest news for Nintendo Wii U. Free to use game development tool Construct 2 will start supporting the Wii U, which means that many more indie developers can self-publish games on the platform.
Daav from Noobfeed gets to play Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze on Nintendo Wii U. While certainly a challenging platform adventure, it's also quite versatile and offers a lot of added value to those willing to take it on.