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June 30, 2011

Nintendo Summer 2011: A Rope Of Sand Wii3DS

by Neal Ronaghan - 12:52 pm PDT
Total comments: 15

What games should you be looking forward to this summer? Not many!

Hopefully, if you're a Nintendo fan, you're enjoying the solid 3DS launch line-up, the eShop, and the two solid June releases (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D and Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D) that are unfortunately, no matter how you shake it, more or less ports. The summer, specifically... Read more...

June 27, 2011

Problems with the European Nintendo eShop 3DS

by Daan Koopman - 5:58 pm PDT
Total comments: 2

We are off to a great start, aren't we?

As a big fan of downloadable titles on any given platform, I was thrilled by the arrival of the Nintendo eShop on June 7th. Quickly, I prepared my Nintendo DSi to transfer my DSiWare to the shiny new Nintendo 3DS. I knew it would cost me my game saves, but I was happy to have a bunch of games with... Read more...

June 26, 2011

Xenoblade: Disaster Strikes Again GCWii

by Karlie Yeung - 4:39 pm PDT
Total comments: 23

Also known as Xenoblade Chronicles: The Chronicles. Will this game ever be released?

Recently there has been widespread uproar relating to the absent North American release of Xenoblade, following the confirmation of the European release in September this year. The game was released in Japan as Xenoblade on June 10, 2010. It is Monolith Soft's second game under Nintendo, the first... Read more...

June 20, 2011

Will Wii U Be the Same Old Game? WiiU

by Mike Sklens - 5:01 pm PDT
Total comments: 43

The RFN co-creator gives his thoughts on the newest Nintendo console.

Nintendo unveiled their new home console, Wii U, which will launch at some point in mid-to-late 2012. Initial reactions from the gaming community during E3 2011 seem to be mixed, but the stock market is pretty unified in their view. They don't like it. Nintendo shares dropped 5.7 percent with the... Read more...

June 10, 2011

Why Handhelds Aren't Dead 3DSWiiUDS

by Nathan Mustafa - 10:42 am PDT
Total comments: 14

And why we need to take the gaming press with a grain of salt.

Handhelds are dead. I have heard that phrase uttered on far too many a podcast in the wake of this E3's press conferences to not vent somewhere about it. Just last year, the Nintendo DS sold seven million units in the United States alone, surpassing any records for annual home console or handheld ... Read more...

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