Digitmes has posted an all new rumor regarding the Nintendo NX. The publication states that the Nintendo NX will enter mass production at the end of the first quarter next year and could see the system achieve 10-12 million unit shipments in 2016. Here is what they had to report regarding the subject:
The new console is estimated to enter mass shipments in the second quarter. In addition to Foxconn, suppliers such as Foxconn Technology, Macronix, Pixart Imaging, Coxon Precise Industrial, Nishoku Technology, Delta Technology, Lingsen Precision Industries and Jentech will also supply components for the device.
While Nintendo themselves have yet to comment on the system, it seems as though the NX is slowly taking shape with all of these rumors. I cannot wait to hear more news regarding the system straight from the horses mouth. More as it develops.
Here is an all new Mighty No. 9 Trailer entitled ‘Bring it’ for you all to drool over. The side scrolling title will be releasing on XBOX One, PS4 and Wii U on February 12th 2016. In case you missed it, Mighty No. 9 is a side-scrolling action game that takes the best elements from 8- and 16-bit classics you know and love and transforms them with modern tech, fresh mechanics and fan input into something fresh and amazing.
Enjoy the 90 second trailer everyone. Let us know if you plan on picking the game up early next year.
This year’s Game Awards takes place in just a few days, and producer Geoff Keighley has been teasing some new Nintendo news for the year’s show. Answering a few questions about the event via Periscope, it would appear that the upcoming show could hold some surprises for Nintendo fans.
Keighley went on to state that NX will not be making an appearance at the show but there will be “new” stuff from the company. We fully expect to hear some more info regarding the new Zelda for Wii U but a new game announcement would definitely be a nice little surprise (Pikmin 4 anyone)…
Regardless of what happens, yours truly will be glued to this years show as last years event was pretty amazing.
Here is what Japan has been downloading on the 3DS eShop. Check out the list below and let us know if any games catch your fancy:
01. Monster Hunter X
02. Cube Creator 3D
04. The Battle Cats
05. Daigasso! Band Brothers P Debut
06. Bike Rider DX
07. Animal Crossing: New Leaf
08. Super Mario Bros. 3
09. Box Boy!
10. Noah’s Cradle
11. IRONFALL -Invasion-
12. Urban Trial Freestyle
13. The Legend of Dark Witch Episode 2
14. Minna no Oshaberi Chatto
15. Toy Stunt Bike
16. Shantae: Curse of the Pirate
17. Puyo Puyo!! Mini Version
18. Picross 3D 2
19. The Legend of Zelda: The Three Triforce Musketeers
20. Smash Bros. Controller
Target has released their sales thus far for the busy Holiday shopping season and Apple along with Nintendo seem to be raking in the sales. According to the popular retail chain, the three top-selling products this year were the iPad, the Apple Watch and the Wii U. It’s refreshing to see the Wii U mentioned in the list and we will see if the big N can ride this momentum deep into the Holiday season.
Congrats to Apple and Nintendo for taking the top 3 spots from Target.
Today’s image of the day is a pretty amazing Pokemon picture. Marvel at its beauty and if you have an image that you would like featured on the site, shoot me an email.
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The full list for Nintendo’s eShop Black Friday sale have been released and you can check it out below. There are some pretty nice deals so let us know what you plan on downloading. Here is the list:
Zelda: The Wind Waker HD – $34.99
Metroid Fusion – $4.79
Don’t Starve: Giant Edition – $7.49
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker – $27.99
Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse – $9.99
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze – $34.99
Rayman Legends – $19.99
Adventures of Pip – $7.49
Pushmo World – $4.99
Kirby’s Return to Dream Land – $12.99
Teslagrad – $7.49
Chariot – $7.49
Star Fox Command – $4.99
Never Alone – $5.99
SteamWorld Dig – $4.99
Pikmin 3 – $38.99
Art of Balance – $4.49
Trine 2: Director’s Cut – $9.99
The Wonderful 101 – $19.49
Mario Golf – $4.99
Child of Light – $7.49
Blek – $2.99
Little Inferno – $4.99
Mutant Mudds Deluxe – $4.99
Scram Kitty – $4.99
Fire Emblem Awakening – $27.99
Metroid – $2.49
Monster Hunter 4 – $23.99
DKCR 3D – $20.99
Azure Striker Gunvolt – $7.50
Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon – $27.99
Boxboy – $3.49
Ace Attorney Trilogy – $20.99
Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse – $9.99
Crashmo – $4.49
Kid Icarus Uprising – $24.49
Rune Factory 4 – $19.99
3D Sonic the Hedgehog – $2.99
3D Out Run – $4.19
Mario and Donkey Kong Minis on the Move – $6.49
Punch-Out!! – $2.49
Steamworld Dig – $2.49
Mario Golf World Tour – $20.99
1001 Spikes – $9.99
Inazuma Eleven – $9.99
VVVVVV – $7.99
Retro City Rampage – $4.99
Mutant Mudds – $4.49
Siesta Fiesta – $2.99
Sony Computer Entertainment today announced that the PlayStation 4 has now sold through more than 30.2 million units worldwide. The impressive number comes just before the busiest time of year so we fully expect Sony to really clean house headed into the Holiday season. With the PS4 going on sale this week to $300, I’m sure this number will increase significantly.
Congrats Sony. Here’s to 30 million more.