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Oh, the possibilities.
The dubious quality of Nintendo's canteens has been a touchy subject for a while now, but things came to a head recently at the company's American headquarters in Redmond, Washington.
Metroid was the big first party title missing from Nintendo's E3 offerings, but the good news is that it's not dead.
As if Bayonetta didn't have cool enough gadgets already, they went ahead and gave her a mech. That's right. a mech.
When asked about the possibility of a remake of Majora's Mask, all he gave us was teases. Hopefully those teases will become reality one day soon.
It's the anti-Mario so to speak. No not Wario, I mean in terms of the gameplay.
Nintendo has been as unconventional as ever this week, but that slate of upcoming games makes its underloved console look more attractive than ever.
We saw the first glimpses of Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. in the early hours of this morning, and the screens didn't look that great. Fortunately this gameplay video gives it more justice.
According to everybody's favourite executive, the Wii U won't be seeing Twitch integration any time soon.
"Why would we fight when we're in the middle of a Willy Wonka nightmare?"
Nintendo's had a big week. If you need a palette cleanser from all that news, though, you could do worse than this Mario comic.
Luigi's death stare deserves a viking funeral. This video will do nicely.
Here's the entire presentation, packed with juicy tidbits the upcoming fighter.
It's a turn based strategy game from some of the people behind Fire Emblem and Advanced Wars. It's also Steampunk and sounds incredible.
As you would expect, the internet went haywire at the news of Pac-Man's involvement in Super Smash Bros. Wii U. Here are some of the best reactions.
Who's dropping jewels in the Ruby/Sapphire remakes?
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