The recently revealed Cirle Pad Extension for 3DS isn’t just in Capcom’s monster-slaying mitts…
The following comes from a recent Kojima Productions Podcast… “I saw it today in the office. I mean I’m sure it’ll enhance gameplay… it’s a little big.” – Christopher Johns “It feels good I think… it feels good. It’s just it’s an add-on, so I think the only concern is how will that kind of split through the users. Because there are people who are gonna wanna just carry around a really portable 3DS and then maybe only the really hardcore guys want to play some FPSs on there or something will maybe want to get that attachment.” – Sean Eyeston “I don’t know if people want to carry it around, right? That might be the tough part.” – Christopher Johns “It is kind of big.” – Sean Eyeston “I think it adds a new level to gameplay, so it’s definitely worth it.” – Christopher Johns “Gameplay-wise I think it definitely adds a lot. It’s just size-wise and I guess aesthetics, right?” – Sean Eyeston “For those who do play for long periods of time, I think that will win over a lot of people…” – Christine Kogure
Could this be the reason why they delayed Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D? I hope so, the gyro controls looked awkward!
A couple weeks ago Nintendo announced it would be expanding its “Nintendo Switch Online” service, which mainly exists to cover the server fees from keeping multiplayer games running, but throws in a catalog of games from the company’s past as a bonus. Since they were running out of NES and
As the sun rose today, Smash Bros fans watched Nintendo’s live broadcast with a lot of anticipation and a bit of nervousness. They were about to reveal their very last fighter for Smash Bros Ultimate, and a complete lemon wasn’t outside the realm of possibility. Fortunately, Sakurai delivered the good
Remember when, for months upon months, there were repeated rumors of a “Switch Pro” model being secretly worked on at Nintendo? Every few weeks we’d hear it again: “A very secret inside source that’s never wrong has informed me Nintendo will debut a Switch Pro at E3.” E3 comes and
Fisti-Fluffs trailer Fisti-Fluffs is a multiplayer fighting game and brawler coming to Nintendo Switch and Steam. Up to four players can get it on in a fight to death playing as domesticated cats. It is like the Smash Bros of Icanhascheezburger. Cats had always been a part of internet meme