Sunday Review: The BG archive for the week of 7/21/14

Piles of SDCC 2014 news hit the site this week and dominated our headlines with word from Marvel, Dark Horse, and more. If you’re looking for reviews, we published a flood of DVD revs and a look at one of the best games of the year- The Wolf Among Us…

Feature Friday: Nintendo and its relationship with third parties

Nintendo doesn’t need to compromise any more than they already have for third parties. They should continue to do what is best for themselves, while still working with them.
Posted 25 Jul 2014 | Editorials, Featured Articles, industry, News, Nintendo, past, Wii U | 2 Comments
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Blaster Master arrives in the Nintendo Download

This week’s Nintendo Download brings original titles like Siesta Fiesta and Wooden Sen’Sey, as well as a classic and fan favorite of many with Blaster Master.
Posted 24 Jul 2014 | 3DS, News, Nintendo, Wii U | 0 Comments
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SDCC 2014: The Nintendo Gaming Lounge returns

Nintendo is bringing its Gaming Lounge back to the big show in SD, complete with plenty of games to play, Amiibo figures to preview, and a 3DS recharging station so you can snag more streetpasses on the go.
Posted 21 Jul 2014 | 3DS, News, Nintendo, SDCC, Wii U | 0 Comments

Sunday Review: The BG archive for the week of 7/14/14

Ramping up to SDCC this coming week, there was plenty of comic book news to be had- and plenty of gaming bits too as the industry continues to put on a show for the mega-con.
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Saturday Radar: GamesRadar’s best for the week of 7/14/14

Some cool and varied stuff makes up this week’s Saturday Radar, including some Destiny Beta tips, a ten-pack of “dark” theories about Nintendo games, and some very cool life-hacks to help get you through.
Posted 19 Jul 2014 | GamesRadar, News, Nintendo | 0 Comments

Get to the choppa, it’s the Nintendo Download

Helicopter action takes center stage in this week’s Nintendo Download with Strike Force Foxx.
Posted 18 Jul 2014 | 3DS, News, Nintendo, Wii U | 0 Comments

Robin, Captain Falcon, and Lucina all join Super Smash Brothers

Well now, this is a surprise. For the first time ever, Fire Emblem gets four, count em four representatives. Not only that, but everyone’s favorite captain is back in the game. The reveal trailer starts out showing Lucina fighting Captain Falcon, though she appears to be having a bit of…
Posted 14 Jul 2014 | 3DS, News, Nintendo, past, Wii U | 2 Comments
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SDCC 2014: Nintendo to host Super Smash Bros 3DS tourney

The swanky Nintendo lounge will be the site of the newest showcase for Super Smash Bros on the 3DS, and Nintendo is looking for a few good players.
Posted 14 Jul 2014 | 3DS, News, Nintendo, SDCC | 0 Comments

Sunday Review: The BG Archive for the week of 7/7/14

It might be a dead season for game releases (hi Summer!), but there was still plenty to talk about this past week including plenty of SDCC chatter, our preview of Dragon Age: Inquisition, and a special feature where our own Troy took a look at EA and the mobile gaming…

Super Smash Bros pic of the day is both nostalgic and patriotic

The pic of the day evokes a feeling of nostalgia, revealing a Mario Golf alt┬ácostume and Samus’s light suit from Metroid Prime 2. It’s obvious that Sakurai wanted this pic of the day to coincide with July 4th, the stars and stripes on Mario are a dead giveaway. That said,…
Posted 10 Jul 2014 | 3DS, News, Nintendo, Wii U | 0 Comments
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Sunday Review: The BG archive for the week of 6/23/14

The Summer doldrums have rolled in hard, but we still had plenty to talk about this past week including tons of X-Men news and opinion, rumors of CryTek’s impending bankruptcy, some release dates (of both he factual and rumored varieties), and more.

Nintendo seeking to appeal UK court decision in patent litigation case

As expected, Nintendo doesn’t intend to take the court decision lying down. Nintendo plans to appeal the decision made on Friday, ruling in favor of Philips. In a recent battle with Nintendo in court, Philips has requested not only for damages to be paid, but all sales of Wii and…
Posted 23 Jun 2014 | News, Nintendo | 0 Comments

Nintendo loses court case over Phillips patent infringments

A UK court has ruled today in favour of Phillips, in the case of Nintendo violating their patents relating to motion controls. They were found not guilty in the case of a third patent relating to modelling a body in a virtual environment. High Judge Colin Birss has said he…
Posted 21 Jun 2014 | industry, News, Nintendo | 3 Comments