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Nintendo NX tip: beefy handheld with wireless TV connection

Nintendo NX tip: beefy handheld with wireless TV connection

Given how Nintendo's performance in the hardware area has been rather disappointing these past years, it is understandable that a lot of attention, which includes speculation and anonymous insider tips, is being lavished on the promised Nintendo NX. Sometimes, however, those also turn more into wish lists rather than plausible features. This latest tidbit almost seems like an example. According to the supposedly reliable source, the Nintendo NX will veritably be a handheld device with the processing might of an Xbox One and connects to at TV wirelessly with an HDMI dongle.

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The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past gets reimagined in Unreal

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past gets reimagined in Unreal

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is probably my favorite game in the Zelda series. Sure, Ocarina of time is a very close second, but the SNES game is where I truly fell in love with the series. I think it's where the franchise really found its footing. And someone decided that this great game needed some updated graphics.

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Classic Pokemon can be transferred out of eShop versions of the original games

Classic Pokemon can be transferred out of eShop versions of the original games

Pokemon has one simple motto for you to live by. "Gotta catch 'em all." Unfortunately, if you played the original games and caught them all, they had to stay right where you left them, on your original GameBoy. All of that is about to change with tomorrow's release of the original games on the 3DS eShop.

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Pokemon Sun and Moon are coming to Nintendo 3DS this year

Pokemon Sun and Moon are coming to Nintendo 3DS this year

In what should come as no surprise, Nintendo announced the latest editions of the Pokemon games this morning. During a brief Nintendo Direct live media broadcast, the company revealed the titles as Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon. The games are coming to the Nintendo 3DS, but unfortunately for fans of the monster-collecting series, they won't see release until the "holiday 2016" period.

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Twitch to host 24-hour Pokemon cartoon marathon

Twitch to host 24-hour Pokemon cartoon marathon

Saturdays are for cartoons. Somewhere, that is a rule that's written down, and must be obeyed. Sadly, as adults, few of us wake up in the morning to watch our favorite animated shows. Generally, we like to sleep in, and do adult things. Plus, our favorite shows aren't on anymore. Well, this Saturday one of your favorite shows is going to be on all day. And you won't even need cable to watch it.

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Remastered The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD comparison video looks good

Remastered The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD comparison video looks good

Sometimes the video game industry feels a bit like the movie industry with everything being sequels or updated versions of classic movies and games. One of the remastered video games that some old school gamers might be on the lookout for is The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD for Wii U. Nintendo is remastering the GameCube game for the Wii U and to get fans excited it has released a comparison video of the original game and the new version.

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How Nintendo’s Miitomo plans to destroy Twitter and Facebook

How Nintendo’s Miitomo plans to destroy Twitter and Facebook

Pre-registration has begun for the first Nintendo mobile app, Miitomo, made for the masses to network socially. As this is Nintendo's first "smart device app", they've got a lot riding on its success. As such, they're making a big deal of how and when it'll launch. Starting today, Miitomo will allow pre-registration. In this pre-registration, users will attain Platinum Points for a new My Nintendo rewards program, one which will launch alongside Miitomo in March.

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Splash Cars channels Splatoon for Android and iOS

Splash Cars channels Splatoon for Android and iOS

Developer Craneballs releases game Splash Cars for iOS and Android, channeling the Nintendo Wii game Splatoon in the process. This game has its users driving tiny cars and trucks, rolling around maps that are subsequently covered in paint. This game follows the "paint road racer", you, the hero. In your mission you'll not only paint the world red (or blue, or green), you'll summon friendly citizens to help you. You'll be at war with your fellow paint racers - it's up to you to re-create and paint the world in your image.

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Researchers add AI to ‘Super Mario’, bring characters to life

Researchers add AI to ‘Super Mario’, bring characters to life

Researchers with Tübingen University’s Cognitive Modeling group added artificial intelligence to Super Mario, bringing the characters to life, at least to a degree, adding social skills and a level of intelligence. The project was led by Professor Martin Butz, and it aims to demonstrate what video games may be like with “socially intelligent game characters.”

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Nintendo nixes its ‘Quality of Life’ sleep tracker project

Nintendo nixes its ‘Quality of Life’ sleep tracker project

Think back to the fall of 2014, and you might remember mention of a sleep tracker Nintendo had in the works. The company had announced plans to develop a device that would track someone’s sleep data and how fatigued they are, something that would perhaps rest on a bed stand rather being on your wrist. Not much has been said about it since, and almost as quietly as it had announced it, Nintendo has shelved the project.

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Pokemon Red and Blue development was plagued with PC issues

Pokemon Red and Blue development was plagued with PC issues

I learned from an early age how to fix my computer. Mostly because no one else around knew how to help me when my old Pentium 2 wouldn't power on. As it turns out, those same sort of skills helped save the Pokemon games from certain doom, before they ever made their debut.

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Nintendo’s next mobile game will be on a popular character

Nintendo’s next mobile game will be on a popular character

Nintendo has just revealed some new but very, very small details about its first ever mobile game, like opening up pre-registrations. Suffice it to say, fans, not to mention investors, remain unimpressed. Perhaps sensing the disturbance in the force, the Japanese gaming giant tries to offer its remaining fans, and those putting money into the company, some hope. It's next mobile game will be better. Why? Because it will involve a character that fans are already familiar with. Let the guessing games begin!

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