Nintendo has announced that they will be releasing a Splatoon themed Amiibo diorama for gamers everywhere to enjoy (well, as long as you’re in Japan). The adorable Amiibo diorama will be available on July 7th. It’ll be priced at 1,080 yen. Nintendo has yet to reveal if these are coming West but we could always hope!
Here is the the launch trailer for Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst. That…Is…All… Oh and by the way, the game looks outstanding. I am s pleased they decided to revisit Mirror’s Edge as a franchise and am interested to see how this performs at retail. I know there are a TON of people who fell in love with the first one but that doesn’t necessarily equate to great sales. Let’s keep our fingers crossed that this does decent at retail as the gaming community needs games like this.
Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst heads to PS4, XBOX One and PC.
One of the Wii U’s final games is set to hit the system next month and this new video showcases its quirky combat style. Get hyped for combat with DJ MasterSeal who’s here to guide you through slaying mirages in the world of Tokyo Mirage Sessions ?FE. I am very eager to see/play this game as it’s pretty “out there” in terms of gameplay. From what I am reading though, the game is going to be pretty decent and may become one of Wii U’s hidden gems.
In a recent interview posted on the Japanese Asahi website, Nintendo’s President Tastumi Kimishima reiterated that the Nintendo NX will not be a successor to the Wii U. The companies president stated that the system will be a home console “sold alongside” the Wii U and 3DS consoles. These remarks seem like PR talk to me as I have no doubt in my mind that the Wii U will be quickly swept under the carpet once the NX hits. Nintendo seems to be focusing strongly on their upcoming system and we will bring you the news once they finally decide to spill the beans.
Here’s the best-selling software for the month of April. Dark Souls III lead the pack followed by the gorgeous Ratchet & Clank title for PS4. Check out the rest of the top selling games for April below:
Dark Souls III (PS4, Xbox One)
Ratchet & Clank (PS4)
MLB 16: The Show (PS4, PS3)
Tom Clancy’s The Division (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
Grand Theft Auto V (PS4, Xbox One, 360, PS3, PC)
Minecraft (Xbox One, 360, PS4, PS3)
Quantum Break (Xbox One)
Call of Duty: Black Ops III (Xbox One, PS4, 360, PS3, PC)
NBA 2K16 (PS4, Xbox One, 360, PS3)
Star Fox: Zero (Wii U)
Following today’s announcement of a 2DS price cut from Nintendo, the company revealed an all new slogan which you can see in a sweet GIF above. The slogan has a catchy “There’s No Play Like it” wording and coincides with the companies recent “red rebranding” structure. In recent video’s and advertisements, Nintendo is really focusing on the red color and it’s evident as well in this new slogan.