Articles in Wii
Nintendo is working on a new console, code-named the NX, as well as a plan to roll out games on mobile devices under a deal that will involve the successor to Club Nintendo.
The Legend of Zelda has been successfully reinvented, over and over again, to be discovered by each new generation.
I’m resolving to get back into gaming in a significant way – console and tabletop.
The holidays are fast upon us — and nerds have needs.
What’s your favorite Wii memory?
I’ve been playing video games for over 25 years, but I have NO clue which one as had the most influence over me. I head out to the living room and take a look on …
Games are everywhere now — from our living room consoles to tablets and phones, to social networks and “gamified” weight loss campaigns and task lists. “In a world” where gaming has gone beyond the mainstream …
An open-world pirate game for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U and PC on Oct. 29, as well as next-gen consoles down the pike. That’s what to expect from “Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag,” officially confirmed Monday by Ubisoft.
Today Nintendo announced a new bundle that may help boost sales by appealing to the “hardcore” gamer that has lately eluded them: The ZombiU Deluxe Set.
Via Nintendo Force on Facebook
Go to the bar or play video games? Not exactly a crisis, but certainly it can be a minor dilemma sometimes. Of course there are bars with arcade units, and larger arcade-bars like GameWorks and Dave & Buster’s. But a neighborhood bar built around the concept of console gaming?
We lost some great performers, artists and publications this year. This is far from a complete list — just a look at those we covered here on Nerdvana in 2012:
Nintendo Power magazine (1988-2012)
Neil Armstrong (first …
A team of journalists who cover Nintendo games are hoping to keep the spirit of the now-defunct Nintendo Power magazine alive.
Nintendo Force was announced this week. We don’t know too much about it, other than …
[media-credit name=”BeatDownBoogie” align=”aligncenter” width=”580″][/media-credit]Remember the Mario of your childhood who used to harmlessly bounce off turtles in the Mushroom Kingdom and idly chat with Toad about princess locations not being where you thought they were? …