Nintendo in Canada has some great deals this Black Friday and you will notice similar prices and products available in the United States. You getting your hands on one or many of these bundles will be determined by how much work you are willing to put in and how many hours you are willing to wait out in the snow and cold! Even if it is not a bundle you want, Nintendo is promising cyber deals on the eShop as well, so expect to save up to 40% on some of your favorite Nintendo franchises!
I've been playing Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash for a good while now, and frankly, it is not the greatest game. However, I have been reading reviews of others, and while I agree with almost 100% of what they are saying, I'm shocked by the scores I've been seeing. Most notably for me was the 3.5 the game scored from Nintendo World Report. Now, to be fair, I agree with everything the author said in his article, and in fact, have a lot of respect for the author himself. In my own experiences with ...
Some of Nintendo's biggest biggest franchises are landing on the Wii U within the next couple weeks, and we have been playing them all. While reviews will go live prior to the launch of each title, we have broken them down for you below so you can make an informed buying decision.
It has been a long while since we got a Nintendo Direct, and the roughly 45 minute presentation did not disappoint. The games I am most excited for where given even more details, and the game my son is excited for - Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival - was actually looked at in more depth. Why that was done the day before release is beyond me, but it happened.
Performance Design Products is not just about the Afterglow brand. Although they have many different headsets and controllers to choose from across past generation and current generation consoles, the company also has some other great licences. In this short article, we will be looking at some of the best PDP products I've purchased over the past few years.
The first thing my son and I did when we received our copy of Yoshi's Woolly World from Nintendo for review was unbox the blue and pink yarn Yoshi amiibos that we purchased from Best Buy here in Canada. His impressions of the the amiibo (transcribed from audio recording):
Nintendo needs to be applauded, loudly. Their support for Splatoon has been incredible, not only with updates to the game itself, but also by hosting frequent Splatfest's surrounding special events. Just in time for Halloween weekend, Nintendo is launching another special event for Splatoon players: Pirate's versus Ninjas.
Late this evening - and early Thursday morning in Japan - Nintendo brass delivered their remarks to investors detailing what is coming from Nintendo within the next 6 months. They touched on future titles, the new system that would replace Club Nintendo, and mobile games. Here is the breakdown, information courtesy of Nintendo Everything.
I had the opportunity to play Yoshi Woolly World a number of times during Nintendo of Canada events in Toronto. The first time I played the game - well over a year ago at an E3 2014 event - I was so excited for this title. The game was unique in design, and was packed with so much charm. While I have yet to play the final product, here are our top reasons to give Yoshi's Woolly World a try this holiday season.
If you are as excited as I am for the the new yarn Yoshi amiibo and his latest adventure, Yoshis Woolly World, than today is an extra special day. Woolly World, three regular yarn Yoshi amiibo - green, blue, and pink - and one Mega Yarn Yoshi are all available to purchase, now! In Canada, the game bundle with green yarn Yoshi will cost 64.99, individual regular sized yarn amiibo will cost 19.99 each, and the Mega Yarn Yoshi (exclusive to Toys R Us) will retail for 59.99.