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Pokemon Sun and Moon, which starter should you choose?

Pokemon Sun and Moon, which starter should you choose?

If you haven’t heard by now, Nintendo has recently released images of the new starter Pokémon for its new Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon set to release in November of this year and the news has taken the internet by storm. The reason why? They’re all unbelievably cute that it’s hard to choose between them! Whereas most years there’s always been a clear winner that won everyone’s heart, this year there is no clear winner. Well, there is a clear loser.

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Nintendo plans to invest in movie business

Nintendo plans to invest in movie business

Gaming company Nintendo has announced what it plans to do with the loot it makes from selling its stake in MLB team the Seattle Mariners once the sale is finalized. According to company spokesman Makoto Wakae the final details of how the proceeds from exiting the MLB owners club could be used for a theater release or a DVD release. This wouldn't be the first time that Nintendo has licensed its game creations for a flick.

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Monster Hunter Generations, special edition Nintendo 3DS gets US release date

Monster Hunter Generations, special edition Nintendo 3DS gets US release date

Almost eight months after its original Japanese release, the latest entry in Capcom's action-RPG series Monster Hunter is coming to the US on the Nintendo 3DS. Titled Monster Hunter Generations, the new game will maintain the series' trademark gameplay of four players teaming up to hunt and defeat massive creatures including dinosaurs and dragons, all while searching for better weapons and armor.

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Nintendo insists on calling next mobile games “free to start”

Nintendo insists on calling next mobile games “free to start”

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet, Shakespeare did write. But the same is true for undesirable things as well. Nintendo might be trying to distance itself from the ubiquitous but still criticized free-to-play games, but its still ambiguous "free-to-start" model might not fare any better. In fact, given the literal interpretation of the phrase and Nintendo's rather colorful reputation in today's gaming market, the label might do more harm than good in promoting Nintendo's upcoming mobile titles.

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Nintendo drops 2DS price to $79

Nintendo drops 2DS price to $79

Yesterday we saw the first trailer for the newest Pokemon game, and got a good look at the starters that you'll be able to choose from. Of course, if you don't have a 3DS, you won't be able to catch 'em all. If the 3DS is out of your budget, there is always the alternative, the 2DS, which is about to become even more affordable.

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Pokemon Sun and Moon starters revealed: What you need to know

Pokemon Sun and Moon starters revealed: What you need to know

Nintendo is a strange company. The best-selling titles on their consoles are almost always first-party titles. Which is why it's always a big deal when they announce a new installment in any of their franchises. We've known about Pokemon Sun and Moon for quite some time now, but today marks the release of the first trailer, and our first look at the three starter Pokemon that you'll be able to choose from.

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Virtual Boy gets an unofficial Google Cardboard reprise

Virtual Boy gets an unofficial Google Cardboard reprise

While the Nintendo 3DS will perhaps be forever remembered as the Nintendo 3D gaming platform, it wasn't the company's first foray into stereoscopic land. That distinction belongs to the Virtual Boy, whose short stint ended in catastrophe. While that torture equipment will remain a blot on Nintendo's history, the games it supposedly supported may yet find salvation in today's new age of virtual reality. That is mostly thanks to some heavy lifting done by Redditor The-King-of-Spain, who has kindly left instructions on how to play Virtual Boy games today via Google Cardboard or even a Samsung Gear VR.

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Mario comes to Minecraft

Mario comes to Minecraft

Back in December of last year, Microsoft released Minecraft on the Wii U. While it was nice to see the game on the new platform, it feels like the game is available on virtually every device known to mankind. So what sets this version apart from the rest? Well, at the time, it was hinted that Nintendo fans would be getting some special content in the game. After the initial hinting, we didn't really hear anything else about their future plans. But today, we finally know what they've been up to.

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First Pokemon Sun and Moon details coming May 10

First Pokemon Sun and Moon details coming May 10

Nintendo announced the titles of the latest Pokemon games, Sun and Moon, back in February, but few details about the 3DS games were revealed beyond the logos and a release period of "holiday 2016." Things will finally change this coming week, as Tuesday, May 10th will see new information released on the future of the series, said Junichi Masuda of developer GameFreak, director of the new Pokemon games.

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Nintendo teams up with Vans for retro sneaker line

Nintendo teams up with Vans for retro sneaker line

If you're in the market for some new kicks, and you aren't just wanting something boring and ordinary, the people at Vans have your back. They're known for teaming up with various pop culture brands in order to feature icons on special editions of their shoes. And now they're teaming up with Nintendo to bring your favorite retro characters to their popular sneakers.

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Nintendo announces new Splatoon Amiibo for July

Nintendo announces new Splatoon Amiibo for July

Nintendo continues to make a killing from the sales of its Amiibo, small collectible figures that can connect with Wii U and Nintendo 3DS games to unlock new content or characters. The Japanese game company revealed that it's shipped 53.6 million Amiibo in total since their debut in late 2014, with 24.7 million figures shipped in the last year alone. To add to the collection Nintendo also announced that new Amiibo for the Wii U game Splatoon will be released in July.

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Nintendo Wii U production may end by March 2018, says Kimishima

Nintendo Wii U production may end by March 2018, says Kimishima

Nintendo may end production for the Wii U by March 2018, says Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima. The news comes on the heels of Nintendo’s next-generation NX announcement, as well as the company’s financial estimates. Nintendo anticipates its operating profits will rise over the coming year, increasing 36.9-percent by March 2017, banking on both a new console and smartphone games to help with the financial push.

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