Nintendo Labo combines the magic of Nintendo Switch with the fun of DIY creations Introducing Nintendo Labo, a new line of interactive build-and-play experiences designed to inspire kids and those who are kids-at-heart. Building on the 129-year history of Nintendo, which is rooted in innovative entertainment and game-play experiences, Nintendo Labo continues the company’s mission of putting smiles on people’s faces. Together with the Nintendo … Continue reading Nintendo Labo combines the magic of Nintendo Switch with the fun of DIY creations
No doubt the recent reveal of Nintendo Labo came as a massive surprise to many who were expecting the Japanese veteran to reveal something like Virtual Boy 2 or finally have the ill-fated Vitality Sensor brought back to life for Switch, but when you put down that pitchfork and really stop to think about it, it’s actually one of the most Nintendo-like things Nintendo could … Continue reading Feature: Nintendo Labo Shouldn’t Be A Big Surprise, Nintendo Is A Toymaker First And Foremost
While the Sony PSP handheld video game portable console dominates in America, the Nintendo DS still reigns supreme in Japan, which is home to both companies. Media Create, which is an analyst firm in Japan, shows that Nintendo held 9 out of the top top spots in software sales. Looking at some of the top selling titles can really open one's eyes to the types … Continue reading Nintendo DS Outsells Sony PSP in Japan – Why?
Nintendo sent out a couple of notable news notices on Switch today for its Japanese users. Both reveal the most-downloaded titles via the eShop, but there are a couple of exceptions. First, here’s Japan’s list: 1. Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition2. Snipperclips3. Shinobi Refle: Senran Kagura4. Kamiko5. ACA NeoGeo Metal Slug 36. Overcooked: Special Edition7. ACA NeoGeo The King of Fighters ’988. Arcade Archives Vs. Super … Continue reading The most-downloaded Switch games of 2017, with a couple of exceptions
Have you ever wanted to capture or stream your gameplay? Don’t like the option that the Switch natively provides? Already spent all your money on a Nintendo Switch and some games? I’ve recently had the pleasure of using a cheaper alternative to the Elgato, Avermedia, Hauppauge, and Roxio capture cards: the EZCap 261. I’ve had it for a little over a month and used it … Continue reading REVIEW – EZCap 261 Capture Card – NintendoFuse