Fatal Frame/Project Zero 5 Chapter 3 Footage

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Mario Pinball Land Rated by the ESRB


Check out the rating here!

Capcom TV Episode 9 Featuring Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate


Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire Surpass 3 Million Sales Worldwide

Famitsu are reporting that Pokemon OR/AS have sold over 3.04 million worldwide.

We learnt earlier that the games sold over 1.5 million in Japan, suggesting the rest of the world (keeping in mind the games aren't out in Europe yet) sold roughly 1.54 million.

Picross e5 Review

Below is a portion of a Nintendo Life Review...

There's really not much to say about Picross at this point — Picross e5 does absolutely nothing different from the previous game and can basically be seen as a new pack of puzzles. Naturally, this isn't a bad thing whatsoever, as more Picross is always welcome. If you enjoyed any previous Picross outings and are craving more, you can't go wrong by grabbing this as well.

Check out the full review here!

My First Songs Releses on Nintendo 3DS this Thursday in Europe


Let your children feel the beat and sing aloud with “My First Songs” on Nintendo 3DS!

November 25th, 2014 – Ringzero Game Studio is happy to announce the release of “My First Songs” on Nintendo 3DS in Europe and America on November 27th, 2014. The price is set at $4.99/€4.99/£4.49.
Introduce your children to the world of music and rhythm! My First Songs is the best interactive music game for kids, with a playlist of 15 popular children’s songs:
• Alphabet Song
• Itsy Bitsy Spider
• Old Macdonald
• She'll be Coming 'Round the Mountain
• The Farmer in the Dell
• Baa Baa Black Sheep
• This Old Man
• Hickory Dickory Dock
• Michael Finnegan
• Mulberry Bush
• Three Blind Mice
• Yankee Doodle
• Mary Had a Little Lamb
• BINGO
• Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Each song is presented in a newly composed version by cute characters in lively, charming 3D animations.
My First Songs on Nintendo 3DS will help children build their vocabulary bank as they memorize the songs and sing along, and improve their hand-eye coordination as they tap along catchy rhythms! The game analyzes their tapping performance and gives them a score. Scores can be high or low, but there is no way to fail: children can build their confidence as they learn!
About Ringzero Game Studio – www.ringzerogames.com

Etrian Odyssey Untold II To Receive 4 Pieces of DLC


Etrian Odyssey Untold II will be the first game in the Etrian Odyssey to receive DLC, some of which being free DLC, while others paid DLC.

Wave one will launch at the same time the game comes out in Japan (November 27th), which will contain art of classic characters for use in the character creation aspect of Classic Mode & be free. This wave also contains the Highlander Class DLC, which will be free for the first two weeks, after which it will cost 100 Yen.

The third DLC pack will cost 250 Yen & feature a repeatable quest that rewards players with special ingredients to make food that is apparently quite profitable when sold.

Lastly there is a 350 Yen pack that will feature a special hot spring themed quests where players will take on a giant toad. Players can also earn special images of Ariaanna 7 Chloe which can be used in story mode.

Check out more images & details here!

Hyrule Warriors & Nintendo eShop Maintenance to Occur on Monday




Splatoon - New Screenshot for Nov. 26th


GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - Are you biting on any Black Friday deals?



Here comes the snow. No matter how much I shouted at the window, the damn Winter weather is sneaking in. If you're dealing with bad weather wherever you are, please make sure you stay safe at all times. See you in a few, short hours.


The holiday season is always a rough one when it comes to videogames. Gaming is an expensive hobby as is, but the game industry really lets loose with its big guns around the months of Oct/Nov/Dec. This year is no different, with Nintendo unleashing some of their biggest brands in recent weeks. The desire to pick up all those games is there, but the funding might be a tad harder to find!

Most have the option of asking for a few of these games from family/friends for the holiday season, so that's always nice. With that said, the options of gifting might not always be the best way, nor is a method to grab all the goodies you want. We wait all year for these games, so when they finally come out on store shelves, it can be quite hard to ignore the call! Thankfully we also have Black Friday to help us.

Black Friday has become absolutely insane in recent years. Store deals that have people willing to trample their fellow man in order to save a few bucks. I think the whole thing is a bit crazy, but I can understand the desire to grab some personal goodies at a cheaper price. It can be a bit of a scary experience braving the real-world lines and surviving the day, but most make it home with their new games/hardware as a reward!

While the Wii U itself isn't seeing too many Black Friday deals, there's plenty of great offers on software for the platform. On top of that, 3DS hardware and software is getting the special treatment with all sorts of bundles and deals. Plenty of options out there and multiple AAA titles to purchase. With all that electronic goodness out there, I'd love to hear what deals you guys are buying! Are you getting new hardware or software...or both!? Leave us a comment and let us know!

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