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AAA Pokedex is an Awesome Reference on the iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad

For those of you Pokemaniacs out there who are constantly searching for a good reference on evolution, stats, moves, breeding, and more, I highly recommend AAA Pokedex for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. It’ll run you a couple of bucks, but its well worth it. The developer is also constantly updating it with new features.

Halo-maker signs deal with Activision, could bring games to Wii

Once a wholly owned subsidiary of Microsoft, the now independent Bungie Studios announced a 10 year publishing deal with Activision today. As you’ll remember, Activision releases games on all consoles, including the top-selling Wii, so it’s likely we’ll see a Bungie game on Nintendo hardware at some point in the future. It won’t be Halo, a game Microsoft retained. But it wi...

Nintendo uploading Mario Galaxy 2 clips to YouTube every other weekday

Thanks to a tip from Infendo reader Nick, we now know that Nintendo is uploading Mario Galaxy 2 videos on their YouTube channel every other day. The videos are short and cryptic. But they’re freakin’ Super Mario Galaxy 2! And who doesn’t want to see more of that?

Black Wii consoles headed to U.S. this May, sources say

U.S. gamers could have their hands on a black Wii console to match their black Wii controllers as early as May, according to several retail folks who know such things. As for an exact date, retail moles at Target, GameStop and Future Shop all hinted the console variant could be on their store shelves by May 9, with a Canadian release on May 23. The console would be sold as part of a Wii Sports Res...

This week in Nintendo downloads

In the world of downloadable video games, this week’s forecast calls for nonstop showers of awesomeness. A flood watch is in effect as heavy levels of high-quality digital entertainment threaten to disrupt boredom and bad moods across the country. Gale-force fun is expected as games like Ferrari GT: Evolution, System Flaw Recruit and Scrabble™ Slam! arrive via the Nintendo DSiWare™ service. ...

What if Pokemon Red and Blue were…

…a 3D game? Thoughts Infendo?

Let the good times roll: Miyamoto shuns retirement, wants to make games forever!

At 57, Shigeru Miyamoto is nearing retirement age. But thankfully for Nintendo fans, he claims to be one of those old farts that never throws in the towel. “I may have to retire from Nintendo some day. But then I look around and see how aged cartoonists continue to work and how movie directors create new movies all the time… By the same token, I guess I will still be making games someh...

New powerup in Galaxy 2 makes you light

ONM, the Official Nintendo Magazine, got their hands on a piece of artwork for the upcoming Super Mario Galaxy 2. While it’s just Mario walking up clouds, like some clown on stairs, it’s pretty unique for a Mario power up. While not much is known about this image or how it will work in Galaxy 2, it does look pretty comical and light hearted. Who’s excited for “Cloud” ...

If it weren’t for GameCube profits, would there even be a Wii?

As the predecessor to Wii, the GameCube was Nintendo’s worst selling console ever. During its six year life, it sold only 22 million units worldwide. Despite this, Nintendo reportedly turned a profit on the little purple box, thanks to a strong lineup of first party games and low cost hardware. That said, I can’t help but wonder if Wii would have materialized had the GameCube operated ...

White DSi comes with Bowser’s Inside Story

If you haven’t picked up a DSi, and or Mario and Luigi; this might be the perfect time too. Especially if you don’t want to lug around the the bulky and bigger DSi XL. Starting April 25, a white versions of the Nintendo DSi will be sold at certain stores for the price of $169.99. While most of you probably have a DS/DSlite and are on the fence about upgrading to a DSi; let me just say,...

Nintendo defeats notorious patent troll after two-year legal battle

Anascape, the one man patent troll outfit from Texas, will not be receiving any money from Nintendo for patent infringement concerning the Wii remote. This is because the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled today that none of Nintendo’s video game controllers infringe on any Anascape patents. The ruling is actually a reversal of a jury trial verdict in 2008 that saw the Classic C...