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A healthy dose of classic Zelda.
Nintendo have just sent out word that the 3DS XL will be available in a just gorgeous shade of pink next month. Let’s go, girlfriends!
Nintendo and GAME join forces for a thrilling multiplayer 3DS event on April 20th, including the chance to sample some excellent demos and multiplayer tournaments/
In what we think is a Valentine’s Day present from Nintendo, one of the highly popular Nintendo Direct showcases will air at 2pm, February 14th.
You know about Luigi’s Mansion 2, right? Yea, that 3DS game we all expected to see a lot sooner. Well, Nintendo have just sent over some lovely new screens.
If you missed today’s North American based Nintendo Direct, check out our full recap right here!
GodisaGeek reviews the 3DS rendition of Disney’s Epic Mickey, Power of Illusion.
The hugely popular Angry Birds franchise has finally made it’s way to the home consoles, but is that really a good thing? Find out with the GodisaGeek.com review of Angry Birds Trilogy.
Revived for the current generation by TT Fusion and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertaiment, Spy Hunter is on its way to the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS this month.
Some new images have been released for Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the Frozen City, the adventure designed for the Nintendo 3DS.
The new iteration of the 3DS hardware, the XL, is launched tomorrow. We reviewed the unit to see if it was worth of a purchase, but we thought we’d take a look to see if there were any good deals to focus on.
When all is said and done, the 3DS has finally picked up steam and has a reasonable library of truly excellent games. If you don’t own a 3DS yet, this really is the ideal time to jump in, especially if you can buy from a retailer bundling the charger for free. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
The Kingdom Hearts series of games are some of the best loved RPG’s available. We get our hands on the latest game in the series, Kingdom Hearts 3D : Dream Drop Distance. Find out what we though with the GodisaGeek.com Review.
A commendable effort has been made to make sure Theatrhythm isn’t just another music game. This is possibly the ultimate fan-service for Final Fantasy lovers, but also a unique take on a tired genre. If Square-Enix were to use the Theatrhythm moniker for other franchises, iterating upon the ideas they’ve come up with here, well that’d be just swell. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
Waiting for Nintendo to release an updated version of the 3DS before you drop the cash? You may want to reconsider as Miyamoto says they’re focusing on the next-generation of handhelds.
A sequel to GodisaGeek favourite Rayman Origins is rumoured to be on the porduction slate at Ubisoft.