The Binding of Isaac Rebirth

Club Nintendo EU - Nintendo Sound Selection [Endings & Credits] CD now available


NoA PR - Photos of the “Nindies@Night” Event at EMP Museum

 

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, gamers wait in line to attend Nindies@Night, an exclusive Nintendo event at EMP Museum in Seattle on Aug. 27, 2015. Attendees celebrated recently released and upcoming independent games appearing on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS systems. The free event featured a presentation from “Nindie” developers, along with many different playable games for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, multiplayer competitions and giveaways.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, Damon Baker from Nintendo announces Kerbal Space Program from Squad for Wii U at Nindies@Night, an exclusive Nintendo event at EMP Museum in Seattle on Aug. 27, 2015. The free event featured a presentation from “Nindie” developers, many different playable games for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, multiplayer competitions and giveaways.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, attendees compete in a wild nine-player multiplayer race in Runbow by 13AM Games at Nindies@Night, a special event celebrating recently released and upcoming independent games at EMP Museum in Seattle on Aug. 27, 2015. The free event featured a presentation from “Nindie” developers, many different playable games, multiplayer competitions and giveaways.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, Benji Schlemmer of Burien, Wash., has fun playing Starwhal from Breakfall at Nindies@Night, an exclusive Nintendo event at EMP Museum in Seattle on Aug. 27, 2015. The free event featured a presentation from “Nindie” developers, many different playable games for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, multiplayer competitions and giveaways.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, hundreds of fans gather at Sky Church inside EMP Museum in Seattle on Aug. 27, 2015, to watch a developer presentation during Nindies@Night, an exclusive Nintendo event. Attendees were able to play and learn about new and upcoming independent games appearing on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS systems.

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, Yacht Club Games reveals their Shovel Knight amiibo during Nindies@Night, an exclusive Nintendo event at EMP Museum in Seattle on Aug. 27, 2015. The free event featured a presentation from “Nindie” developers, many different playable games for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS, multiplayer competitions and giveaways.

Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson - review

This is part of a NintendoLife review...

SENRAN KAGURA 2: Deep Crimson is a reasonably solid fighting game with some decent presentation and consistent performance in 2D, but is hampered by repetitive enemies and uninspired combat mechanics for the most part. It's not easy to recommend for these reasons, but if you happen to be looking for some mindless enemy mowing action interspersed with occasional challenge from boss fights, you could do worse. If you want it, try and pick it up on the cheap.

REPORT - The Pokemon Company Sues Organizers of Pokemon-Themed Party

The Pokémon Company International (TPCi) filed a lawsuit against two Seattle residents on Wednesday, claiming that the Pokémon-themed party they were organizing allegedly infringed upon TPCi's copyright.

Seattle residents Ramar Larking Jones and Zach Shore attempted to organize the "5th Annual Unofficial Pokémon PAX Kickoff Party." The party would have taken place in the 500 East restaurant and bar on Thursday, on the eve of the local Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) Prime convention on Friday.


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The Great Ace Attorney - review

This comes from a Kotaku import review...

All in all, Dai Gyakuten Saiban: Naruhodo Ryunosuke no Boken is a solid Ace Attorney title. Its low technology, turn-of-the-century setting is perfect for Ace Attorney-style mysteries; and partnering up with Holmes and his little Watson is great fun (even if proving Sherlock wrong again and again makes him look a bit foolish). Add to that the jury system trials and it is certainly the best built of the Ace Attorney games on the gameplay side.

Disney Infinity 3.0 - a couple of reviews

IGN
Disney Infinity 3.0 is the most polished, cohesive and enjoyable game in the series so far.

Kotaku
I like this game (or at least the version I got to play). More importantly, my kid likes it too. She loves the toys, loves the cinematic presentation (there’s a Star Wars text crawl in the intro and the music is piped straight from the soundtracks) and despite setbacks with stuff like menus has had a blast in just about every game mode present, from the campaign to the Toy Box, where her Ewok Village vs Cinderella’s Castle vs Toy Story Battle Royale is precisely the kind of cool, wacky stuff Disney is angling for with this series.

Game Informer
Disney Infinity 3.0 is a return to form for this series and developer Avalanche Software. With the assistance of Sumo Digital and Ninja Theory, the racing and combat are vastly improved. A strong emphasis is placed on variety; hopefully signaling an end to scenarios like seemingly endless waves of frost giants. With Star Wars, Marvel, Disney, and Pixar already integrated into the Infinity experience, one has to wonder where Avalanche goes from here. No matter what the future may bring, this series is once again in tip-top shape, and is a place where adults and kids alike should be able to indulge in a wealth of fun.

Polygon
In essence, Disney has finally thrown open its vault of treasured characters and stories and wants you to play. What better way to do that then laying on the floor side-by-side with your child, laughing until you're sick, creating not just video games, but memories.

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