The Pokemon Company has released a new gameplay trailer for the upcoming "Pokemon X" and "Pokemon Y," giving fans a look at some all-new Pokemon, plenty of battles and the Kalos region's central location, Lumiose City. We also get our first good look at the game's new form of transportation, the rideable Pokemon Gogoat.
A recent feature in Japanese magazine CoroCoro has revealed a handful of new details on "Pokemon X" and "Pokemon Y," including the games' interesting new setting and the first Pokemon that trainers will actually be able to ride.
"BearShark" originated as an article series on CollegeHumor in 2010 and later debuted as a six-episode original series on on Nintendo Video for the Nintendo 3DS. Now, CollegeHumor is taking things a step further, announcing “BearShark” the game for Nintendo's latest handheld.
Nintendo isn't wasting any time introducing new Wii U Virtual Console games, with "Pac-Man" and the original "Mega Man" both showing up in the eShop today. In addition, the Virtual Console on 3DS is getting Balloon Fight, which was one of the first classic games to hit Wii U.
If retro games aren't what you're looking for there are plenty of other additions this week, including "Kung Fu Rabbit" for Wii U and Zen Pinball 2 on the the 3DS.
This March marked the first major release for the Wii U since launch, as "LEGO City Undercover" was unleashed unto the masses. The game was very well done, and featured expansive, open-world gameplay, as well as some thoroughly entertaining writing. As if to serve as a companion piece to that expertly crafted game, the same developer/publisher team of TT Fusion and Nintendo have come together again to offer up a prequel to "LEGO City Undercover," with "The Chase Begins" on the Nintendo 3DS. Read More...
According to a recent report from IGN, sources familiar with the project claim that 5th Cell is working on a new Scribblenauts game set in the DC Comics universe. Apparently the game was once called "Scribblenauts Unmasked," but the sources say that may change before the game's rumored reveal at E3 in June.
This week's eShop update is pretty darn small, but that doesn't mean you don't have some cool games to check out. Wii U owners will definitely want to download the free "Rayman Legends" Challenge App, which was just released today, and 3DS owners have 1992's Capcom classic "Mega Man 4" at their fingertips. Read More...