Tag Archives: nintendo

Sweet Release! – The Waste Land, Roundabout, Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy, Cooking Mama 5, Naruto Shippuden

By Jared Cornelius Last week I officially declared the start of the fall games season with the release of Bungie Studio’s Destiny and while the calendar is still chalked full of huge and interesting titles this month, this week is more of a bye-week for …

The Gaming Top 10: Destiny Sells $500M, Arkham Knight And GTA V Get Release Dates, Microsoft Buying Mojang And More

Patrick Dane writes for Bleeding Cool: As we trundle towards the packed fourth quarter, it has actually been a surprisingly busy week for gaming news. Lots of release dates and corporate goings on dominate the gaming world this week, but …

Sweet Release! Metro Redux, Azure Striker Gunvolt, Lethal League, Super Time Force Ultra, The Walking Dead Pinball

By Jared Cornelius Well friends it’s finally here, this is the last full week of August.  It’s time to go outside and enjoy one last hurrah before the inevitable return of September puts you back in the swing of fall sports …

Picking up the Slack – Nintendo Frolicks At E3

By Phil Harris Following the launch of the Wii U, Nintendo have been struggling to make up ground on the other two competitors. Whilst they were in attendance in force in the games play section of E3 last year they …

The Path To E3 – Sony As Contender With A Lot Of Baggage But Some New Trademarks

By Sage Ashford Coming in just before E3 itself is the final installment of “The Path to E3″.  This time we’re covering Sony, the former and seemingly returning champion in the battle of supremacy in the console gaming realm.   Currently …

Live(ish) From The Games Shop: Murdered Soul Suspect, Tomodachi Life, Tropico 5, WildStar, Retron 5

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back to Live(ish) From The Games Shop, it’s a new month and so we begin anew with your weekly slate of video games.  June is looking to start us out with some interesting and semi-controversial titles.  Square-Enix …

E3: How Wrong Can We Be?

By Jared Cornelius So the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3 as it’s commonly referred to is coming up in LA in a few weeks, and we’re sure to find out a whole mess of new information on games and systems.  E3 is almost always the year’s …

The Path to E3: Nintendo As Contender With The Legend of Zelda, Super Smash Bros, Bayonetta 2 And More

By Sage Ashford And here we are with the second installment of the Path to E3 (see the first here).  This time we’ll be examining Nintendo, the oldest gaming console company industry, often celebrated for their beautiful games that are …

Live(ish) From The Games Shop – Mario Kart 8, Watchdogs, Sly Cooper Collection Vita, The Forest, Saint Row The 3rd FREE!

By Jared Cornelius Well we made it the finish line everybody, May’s almost over and arguably the biggest releases of the month are out this week.  Our games in today’s line up, include the 8th iteration of “The” kart racing series, an open …

Dedicated Server #2 – YouTube Puts Offer On Twitch, Halo 5 Is A Thing, Nintendo Gets Ready For E3 Reveals

By Dan Celko Bleeding Cool welcomes back a games news review show, The Dedicated Server, by our own Dan Celko, one of our trusty reporters, and Charles Hess. In this weekly video show, Dan and Charles will recap the gaming …

The Path to E3: Microsoft As a Contender For The Win With Halo, Fable Legends, D4, Gears Of War

By Sage Ashford With June only a few weeks away, gaming fans are finding it more and more difficult to contain their excitement as the biggest gaming conference of the year approaches.  The Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, gives gamers …

Live(ish) From The Games Shop – Wolfenstein: The New Order, Transistor, Darkengard 3, Darksiders Collection

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back to Live(ish) From The Games Shop.  May continues to be a slow but steady drip for games, Borderlands 2 and Super Time Force kept things going last week, with Kirby Triple Deluxe and Mario Golf …

Live(ish) From The Game Shop: Kirby Triple Deluxe, Mario Golf World Tour, JoJo’s Bizzare Adventure All-Star Battle, Daylight, The Amazing Spider-Man

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back for another week of new releases, it’s Live(ish) From The Games Shop!  I don’t think I could be more pleased, after last week’s utter failure of new releases, this week has some interesting new titles …

A History of Vileness: The Problem With Licensed Video Games

By Jared Cornelius The last few weeks I’ve found myself slowly completing South Park The Stick of Truth, not because it’s a bad game or has technical issues, but because I want to savor the experience.  After getting new abilities I find …

Comics And Cosplay Con-umentary Special – Spring Fest NYC In Brooklyn!

Ian Mageto, Bleeding Cool’s Senior Cosplay Correspondent and Comics and Cosplay host writes: With every convention trying to become mega, colossal, or super nova, it is nice to attend an old fashion convention hosted by a small collegiate anime club. …

Console Gaming: Dooooomed?

By Sage Ashford This article took me some time to figure out how to tackle properly, and I still don’t quite feel like I’ve got the perfect handle on it, so forgive me if anything seems off. It’s unfortunate, but …

Nintendo Shutting Down Wi-Fi Connection For Wii and DS

By Daniel Celko Nintendo has announced a discontinuation of the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service for its legacy devices as of May 20, 2014. This means the Wii, Nintendo DS, and Nintendo DSi will be loosing many of their online services. …

Of Fan Disappointment and Nintendo Directs

By Sage Ashford Let’s talk about disappointment for a little bit.  Arguably, facing disappointment is one of the major experiences of being a fan in any given medium.  Whether it  be a project (movie, game, comic, or otherwise) that you …