Everyone knows that Nintendo’s home console isn’t flying off the shelves — whether it’s due to lack of consumer interest or just branding problems, it’s neither here nor there. That said, there is one thing that boosts Nintendo sales like no other — bundles. While they aren’t for everyone, there is no denying the mass … Continue reading Wii U Bundles That Could Really Sell
With 2019 just a few hours away, you might be panicking about which games you want to have available for your friends. Worry not! We have you covered with the nine Nintendo Switch games to ring in 2019.
A Cut Above With every Nintendo console launch comes a bevy of games seeking to validate whatever unique functionality the game-maker has packed into its new machine. The N64 had Super Mario 64. The Wii had Wii Sports. The Wii U arguably never found its “Aha!” moment, which is one of many reasons why the … Continue reading Snipperclips – cut it out together! Review
As we finally approach the end of the dark, twisted and maleficent tunnel that has been the Wii U era, the topic on everyone’s minds is the Nintendo Switch. While our mouths froth in advance of tomorrow’s livestream and following press events, it is only natural to scour the internet for any nugget of information to … Continue reading The Spoiler-Addict’s guide to the Nintendo Switch presentation
Rookie of the Year In the last couple console generations, arcade-style sports games had a major decline in production. Besides Wii Sports, fans now favor the hardcore sports simulators with their realistic graphics, television-like presentation and true-to-life gameplay. Cartoony sports games are seen now as bush league.
I used to hate video games. I hated video games because, up until 3rd grade, I defined gaming as brainless, worthless, wastes of time, meant only as a distraction from homework and learning. (I was a pretty pretentious child.) When the Wii rose in popularity, I discovered that video games are more than unintelligent pieces of … Continue reading Hobby Game Developers Part 1: I Used To Hate Video Games
Here are all of the games that are coming out this week in North America!
In a letter to shareholders and investors, Nintendo announced a new business area within the company that will focus on health and improving their customer’s quality of life.
Nothing puts a fire in Nintendo’s pants like low sales. And while I hate to see Nintendo hurting, this has been one of the better suprise directs I have seen in a while. As a quick recap, we will fire off the highlights of today’s broadcast.
NPD has released the sales results for the top 10 selling games for March and a surprise debut has claimed the top spot. The full list can be seen below, with three trends standing out to me.