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StarLink: Battle For Atlas – Coming To Nintendo Switch in November, Star Fox Content Revealed

Switch owners have been anxiously awaiting the revival of some fan-favourite franchises on the Nintendo Switch, and it looks like they may have just gotten one, indirectly. StarLink: Battle For Atlas, a new open world space shooter by Ubisoft, has been announced for Nintendo Switch, amoung other major consoles. And while Starlink may initially remind Nintendo fans of Star fox Switch, there’s...

Microsoft Thought They Owned Donkey Kong?

I know that Microsoft is a very large company, and I am sure that things get lost in the shuffle all the time, but could they really have thought they owned the rights to Donkey Kong?  According to Chris Seavor, formerly of Rare, they did. On twitter, Seavor was asked about whether the Xbox One would receive a version of Knack.  He went into a story about Microsoft’s acquirement of Rare. ...

Review: Starfox soars, delivers and makes me glad I have a 3DS

Funny thing: right in the middle of all the current doom-and-gloom discussions, Nintendo’s just released one hell of a great game. Want a break from all the weird recent Nintendo announcements? Care to remember how fantastic this company’s games can be? Buy Starfox 64 3D; it’s a spectacular, funny, smooth-as-silk, super-replayable, nonstop thrill ride. I agree with Infendo Radio’s view tha...

Promo art that makes me smile

Slippy, Peppy, Fox and Falco–are they the Beatles of Nintendo’s universe? In that case, Slippy’s Ringo (and wouldn’t he be more tolerable with Ringo’s voice?) When I opened today’s email from Nintendo and saw this image staring me in the face–accompanied by a tag line that tells me NOA understands the great nostalgia fans feel toward this title–I cou...

Top 3 Nintendo libraries that need a 3DS overhaul

Of  all of the amazing 3DS demos Nintendo showed at E3, one of the most overlooked was a 3D port of the classic arcade shooter Xevious. It featured no new graphics or gameplay elements, levels, or power-ups – it was a direct simple port of a definitively 2D game, slightly tweaked for depth perception. The result? The game looked a little more fresh – the ground far below the aircraft… actua...