One question plaguing gamers about is the NGP / PSP2 is the battery life. With the 3DS’ battery life clocking it at 4-5 hours, 3-4 hours will full 3-D. A report from Wired states that the NGP battery life will clock in at about 4-5 hours. Read more [+]
Nintendo has just announced a brand new Kirby game. It’ll be on the Wii and will feature Kirby NOT being made of slightly mediocre yarn. Read more [+]
It’s weeks away until the release of Marvel vs Capcom 3 and the full roster is almost complete. New Challengers Hsien Ko from Darkstalkers and the famous Sentinel in the marvel side were rumored to be in MvC 3 with pictures surfaced from a german magazine. Well those rumors were true and Capcom graced us with reveal trailers of the two. Read more [+]
After months of speculation of a possible successor to the PSP, Sony unveils the PlayStation NGP. It’s the PSP 2 with a fancier name. NGP stands for Next Generation Portable. Leave it to the people in Sony to make names like these. But forget about how weird the name is, focus on how it looks and what it claims to do. It looks quite impressive if you ask me. Read more [+]
The Elder Scroll series has always been one of the best RPG experiences out there and fans have been begging for a new Elders Scrolls. On the 2010 Video Game Awards they have finally unveiled that the 5th one was on the way next year. That’s it, no other information about the game. Now gameinformer graced us with a post regarding the changes in combat for Skyrim and it sounds pretty promising. Read more [+]
A reveal trailer of Duke Nukem has finally showed up. First announce thirteen years ago by 3D realms, with its financial problems losing the whole Duke Nukem Developement team. Take two intereactive, the company with publishing rights, filed a lawsuit against 3D realms for leaving an incomplete product. Because of that lawsuit, game development came to a halt giving the impression that we wont be seeing Duke Nukem anytime soon. Read more [+]
Nintendo’s glasses-free 3D portable successor to the DSi will be hitting U.S. store shelves on march 27, 2011 and will retail for $249.99.
“Nintendo 3DS is a category of one – the experience simply doesn’t exist anywhere else,” said Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime. “You have to see Nintendo 3DS to believe it. And it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before.”
It’ll come with a telescoping stylus and built-in software which look to have similar features as the DSi and more.
Nintendo plans to kick off a massive marketing campaign for the 3D portable, with 5,000 units touring the country for eight weeks. Read more [+]