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E3 2017: Nintendo sales soar Post-E3 Spotlight

On Amazon’s top 20 best seller list for video games, there are 10 games on the list. 8 of those games are made by Nintendo, the other two Sony. There are 5 Playstation store gift cards and 4 Playstation controllers. The only Xbox product on the list is an Xbox controller. Continue reading E3 2017: Nintendo sales soar Post-E3 Spotlight

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Nintendo Enters Esports Scene with ‘Nintendo Versus’

Nintendo launched Nintendo Versus today, an official twitter account of updates for competitive play across the platform. The company has been rapidly gearing itself up for eSports as of late, with some of the Switch’s first major games being designed for competition.
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Splatoon 2’s trailer reminds us that Splatoon had a great campaign

Splatoon was a surprise hit that burst onto the multiplayer shooter scene like a giant, ink-filled balloon. I’ve made no secret of the fact that I think Splatoon is going to be looked back upon as a seminal moment in the shooter genre’s history, right there with DOOM and Halo. That’s not even hyperbole, people fail to appreciate how much the ink mechanics and nonviolent aspect have brought to the genre, mostly because the Wii U was isolated from the larger market. With the Nintendo Switch finding mainstream success, these mechanics are going to find a much larger audience. Continue reading Splatoon 2’s trailer reminds us that Splatoon had a great campaign

ARMS is copying Splatoon’s testfire demo and free DLC approach, and that’s a good thing

I previously said ARMS would be Nintendo’s next Splatoon-like success, and Nintendo has backed my claims with the recent ARMS Nintendo Direct: The ARMS Global Testpunch is copying the Splatoon Global Testfire, but improving on the concept by adding more dates where players can test the game out. On top of that, ARMS will receive free DLC after launch, including new fighters, stages, and weapons. Continue reading ARMS is copying Splatoon’s testfire demo and free DLC approach, and that’s a good thing

ARMS focused Nintendo Direct coming May 17

With less than a month until release, an ARMS Nintendo Direct has been announced for tomorrow. While there’s no word on how long it will last at the time of this writing, Nintendo has promised a “deep dive” into ARMS. Hopefully that means more new characters and talk about potential single-player content. This should be the last major information dump before the E3 2017 Nintendo Direct and ARMS Invitational Tournament. Continue reading ARMS focused Nintendo Direct coming May 17

No matter the genre, Nintendo is top of the line

Guerrilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn is an amazing game. It’s a very polished first attempt at an open world, which is why it’s hard to believe Guerrilla Games had never done anything of this scale in their history. Horizon Zero Dawn was a feel good story about a massive success from a team that had been pigeonholed into making nothing but the Sony exclusive FPS, Killzone. There were even some favorable comparisons to Witcher 3: Guerrilla Games had created a cutting edge open world that could stand with the best of them.

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