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Smash Bros Stage Builder More or Less Confirmed

We hope you enjoyed building your own levels in Brawl, because the stage builder appears to be back in Super Smash Bros Ultimate via a new leak going around online. Is this the work of the Phantom Theives!? Stage Builder, along with Home Run Contest, were two missing features from Ultimate that have been rumoured to be coming in version 3.0. Today, those rumours were practically validated in a new...

Bad Arm Might Impact New Smash Bros.

Many young men have perfected the art of navigating a computer with only one arm, however when you are working in the video game industry, specifically as a designer, you really do need both arms. Masahiro Sakurai, designer behind the New Super Smash Bros., is currently suffering from  calcific tendinitis in his right shoulder.  Due to the condition, his doctors have restricted him from using his ...

Super Smash Bros and Van Halen headline an awesome New Game Get

This is probably the best line up we’ve seen in weeks .. Crystal Bearers and Guitar Hero Van Halen for Wii, Uno and Dragon’s Lair for DSiWare, and the original Super Smash Bros on the Virtual Console! Merry Christmas to all!

Meet the new Brawl challengers – FINAL SMASH!

[There are 15 new challengers in Super Smash Bros Brawl. This series will feature each new contender and rank them on their fighting potential with the Infendo Smash-O-Meter! The Smash-O-Meter measures each character (on a scale of 0 to 300) on their uniqueness and potential as a great Brawler.] A FINAL CHALLENGER APPROACHES!!

Super Smash Bros. Brawl’s 500k Final Smash of Japan

Has Super Smash Bros. Brawl smashed, clobbered and otherwise surpassed sales expectations in Japan? Seems so, according to some Final Smash-level rumors pouring out of the Far East this morning: Cubed3 has a translation of a Japanese blog post referencing a purportedly leaked Famitsu sales report that says the highly-anticipated game sold 500,000 copies, or 80 percent of available stock, on its fi...

A Link to the Past: What the Legend of Zelda Series Has Left Behind

The Legend of Zelda is a game series with a history of over 30 years, and in that time the series has done a lot to expand upon itself. From the ever growing multiple timelines and self-referential story-lines to basic game mechanics, each Zelda title inherits a lot from its predecessors. There are, however, some things that just didn’t survive the overwhelming growth of the Zelda universe. ...

Wii U: Everything you could ever want to know

So Nintendo has spilled the beans on it’s on Wii U, but it seems that a lot of people are confused as to what that means. Will I have to buy a new console? Will the touch screen controller work with my current Wii? When can I get my hands on the darn thing? All these questions and more will be answered, just click on through!

Your Nintendo e3 live blog is right here!

900: Sitting here in the Nokia theater waiting for the conference to begin. 905: Zelda is on screen! 907: Holy cow there is a full orchestra on stage! 910: Miyamoto is on stage talking Zelda.

Press release: Nintendo reveals hardware, software lineup for first half of 2010

REDMOND, Wash.– Nintendo of America issued a surge of new information today about what consumers can expect from the company in the coming months. Let’s get right to it:

Classics define Nintendo’s upswing decade

A lot can change in a decade. Just ask Nintendo. In Apr. 2003, with the month’s rains at their dreariest, the company reported fiscal GameCube sales of 5.6 million units, less than half the total forecast in 2002. Six Aprils later, Nintendo closed another fiscal year with sales of 25.95 million Wii systems, nearly a five-fold increase over 2003, as the company famous for the power-up evidently d...

New Game Get gets scribbling! [updated]

The DS wins the week with both Bowser’s Inside Story and Scribblenauts making their debut. Over on the Wii there’s NHL 2K10 and Toy Story Mania that look interesting.  Still no word from Nintendo yet on the WiiWare, DSiWare, or Virtual Console games. DSiWare titles this week are Art Academy and Oscar in Toyland, for WiiWare it’s Texas Hold’Em Poker, Spaceball: Revolution, and ...