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Nintendo NX Confirmed To Launch By 2017 Globally

And it has been confirmed, the new Nintendo console. Allegedly called the “NX” has been confirmed to launch by March 2017 globally and all this is confirmed by non-other than Nintendo itself. The NX has been in news for quite some time now, with reports coming in stating it being faster than the PlayStation 4 itself, but amidst all the rumors, news, Nintendo itself decided to confirm the status of the console by first posting their latest financial report, among many other details, it also confirmed the NX release time frame. “For our dedicated video game platform business, Nintendo is currently developing a gaming platform codenamed ‘NX’ with a brand-new concept,” the company stated Nintendo Further adds that they want to extend their Amiibo line-up further down th...

New Nintendo Console Faster Than PlayStation 4?

News for the alleged next gen consoles such as “PlayStation 4.5” and “Xbox 1.5” are already in the minds of many and now we see some new news in regards to Nintendo’s new next gen console allegedly called “NX”. The latest details comes from Neogaf user and was backed by Emily Rogers, a long time Nintendo blogger who has often been cited as well informed insider. Her social media account was recently reactivated after a brief break, although her posts are protected. All these new details hint towards the Nintendo NX, stating it will me much more powerful than the PS4. The latest news suggests that the performance improvement seems to be vast, from the CPU, to GPU and RAM. While there is still no information on the clock speeds, memory and other things, what we do know is that the CPU is up ...

Could We Be Playing Nintendo NX Games On the Playstation 4?

There have been various rumors going around as to what Nintendo’s upcoming console Nintendo NX will be, and what it will be capable of delivering. Now, in a flurry of fresh new rumors, it’s being said that the mystery console may now be compatible with PCs, smartphones, and even competing consoles such as the Playstation 4. We do realise how improbable that sounds, but lets get on with the story first. It started when Wall Street Journal reporter Takashi Mochizuki drew attention to an analyst’s report claiming Nintendo even plans to allow the NX to work with the Sony PS4, in some capacity. Very interesting report by @gibbogame: Nintendo’s NX may work with smartphones, PCs and even rival consoles such as PlayStation4. — Takashi Mochizuki (@mochi_wsj) January 20, 2016 The u...

All The Highlights From IGX

If you’re an avid gamer, and you missed IGX, then you missed out on what was one of the most enjoyable gaming events in India. IGX, or Indian Games Expo, was held for the first time in Mumbai, on the 14th and 15th of November. Players could try out all the latest games including Call Of Duty: Black Ops III, Witcher 3, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, and many more. However, it wasn’t just games. You could meet game developers like Apar Games and Vanishing Point Studios, who showed off their upcoming games. Gamers looking to get the latest games and buy some cool gaming merchandise could go to GamesTheShop, Psychostore, Sunder Electronics, and many other stores present there. We also got to check out VR equipment made by Absentia VR, a Bangalore-based startup showed off its Tes...

DeNA’s First Nintendo-Licenced Mobile Game Will Launch This Year

Nintendo’s first official mobile game will be launched by the end of this year, with four other additional title’s expected to be launched by April 2017. The five games will be based on different Nintendo properties and DeNA hopes to explore multiple genres across its initial state of releases. DeNA’s past partnerships have produced licensed mobile games based on Marvel, Star Wars, and Disney properties, though Asako describes Nintendo’s ongoing licensing agreement as “the most crucial partnership” for the company to date.Licensing corporation The Pokemon Company has produced several Pokemon-themed apps for iOS devices, including the upcoming free-to-play puzzler Pokemon Shuffle. Nintendo and DeNA’s partnership is part of a separate licensing agreement. There is no word yet on ...

Nintendo is finally coming to Smartphones

his morning Nintendo announced a partnership with DeNA (pronounced “D-N-A”) to deliver new titles featuring Nintendo characters to “smart devices and bring a new multi-device membership service” to market worldwide. This is the news that Nintendo fans have been waiting the better part of a decade to hear. As our own Anthony Domanico put it in an editorial back in 2011, “Nintendo could single-handedly revolutionize Android gaming…but they don’t wanna.” Apparently the sheer size of the smartphone and tablet market has finally overwhelmed whatever concerns Nintendo had about cannibalizing its own hardware sales. It seems shocking that it took them this long to appreciate that position, considering it was back in 2011 that the tide turned and smartphone gaming first overtook the traditional ha...

Batman: Arkham Universe book gets release date

Like a lot of you guys, we are crazy Bat Fanatics 🙂 So here is some crazy news for all of you. It looks like another book based on the Arkham videogames will be released this year. According to Amazon’s listing, DK is going to publish Batman: Arkham Universe: The Ultimate Visual Guide, which has an ISBN-10 of 1465428275 in addition to an ISBN-13 of 978-1465428271. Preorder the visual guide with this link. The hardcover book has 200 pages and will provide details on the characters, equipment, gadgets, locations, storylines and weapons from the videogames. Among the individuals specifically mentioned in the listing are Catwoman, Harley Quinn, Joker, Penquin, Riddler and Robin. DK is working with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, the publisher of the videogames, in addition to RockStead...

Why Microsoft admires Nintendo?

In a fairly recent interview, Microsoft Studios corporate Vice President, Phil Spencer, had some really nice things to say about Microsoft’s contender, Nintendo. He went on praising Nintendo in various areas, calling Nintendo’s first-party games an “amazing asset” and said that Nintendo’s platforms “are almost in service to the IP – not in a bad way.” He also attributed the positive response of Killer Instinct on the Xbox One to Nintendo, since Rare’s originated from Nintendo. Here’s what more he had to say: Nintendo, I think – and there’s some argument about this – that their first-party is such an amazing asset. Their first party studios and IP can lead what they do as a company and the platforms are almost in service to the IP – not in a bad way. They have such iconic ...

Wii production soon coming to an end

Even though the Wii is without a doubt Nintendo’s top-selling console, recent talks have indicated that production of the device is likely to come to a close. It was revealed on the official Nintendo Japan Wii website that Wii “manufacturing is scheduled to end soon.” No date has been confirmed as of now, and it still remains unclear whether this end in production of the Wii only applies to Japan or to the rest of the world as well. As Engadget points out, this decision should come as little surprise. It’s been nearly a year since Nintendo released the Wii’s successor, and since then, pretty much turned its efforts towards the new machine. Further, the Wii U has been able to play Wii games since day one. Its most recent update even allows players to enjoy Wii ...

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