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Nintendo 2DS gets a permanent price drop to $79.99 starting today


As of this morning, the Nintendo 2DS portable system is now only $79.99 at retailers nationwide. This is a better value than ever, especially for parents looking to introduce their  kids to their first gaming device. Some systems will even come pre-installed with the popular Mario Kart 7 racing game.

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The Legend of Zelda for Wii U will be playable at E3, Nintendo says


Nintendo will transform its booth at the E3 video game trade show next month in Los Angeles to immerse fans in the world of the newest game in The Legend of Zelda franchise – playable for the first time ever at the show. To ensure attendees are able to truly experience the freedom of exploration the game offers, The Legend of Zelda for Wii U will be Nintendo’s focus of the show this year, and will be the only playable game in Nintendo’s booth via extended demos.

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Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Review

I’m no stranger to the world of role playing games and the effect Mario has had on them. From the original Mario RPG on SNES to Sticker Star Story, there has been plenty of adventure to have with the little plumber who could. Ok so maybe Mario hasn’t had a huge overall effect on the genre, but he has been a staple in my gaming life for years and it’s great to see them take two different eras of Mario RPGs and smash them together in the ultimate paper jam.

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Yoshi Woolly World Review

If you had asked me as a young boy if I ever thought Yoshi would have a ton of games after his debut in Super Mario World, I’d have said you’re crazy. Don’t get me wrong, Yoshi is arguably the best side-kick Mario has ever had in the main series and cute to boot. Now years later and many games under his belt, Yoshi returns and in a whole new, yet familiar way. Made of yarn and looking for his friends, this game can quite possible have you in stitches, in all the right ways.

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The Legend of Legacy Review

When a new roleplaying games comes out, if it has a certain style or charm to it from a visual standpoint, that is usually enough to get me to play it. Roleplaying games encompass a huge part of my childhood and always bring back fond memories, along with new ones created.  The Legend of Legacy has solid art design and a fantastic looking world, but these things along don’t always make a game great.

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The SEGA 3D Classics Series comes to Nintendo 3DS this summer


SEGA today announced the addition of three more titles to the second batch of 3D re-masterings exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS™ hand-held system. Featuring some of the most iconic games from SEGA’s Genesis™ console, The SEGA 3D Classics Series will let fans relive SEGA’s legendary console era and take them on a 3D ride through gaming’s golden age with 3D Streets of Rage 2™ in July, 3D Gunstar Heroes™ in August and 3D Sonic™ The Hedgehog 2 in September 2015. These games will follow the releases of 3D Fantasy Zone II (April 16, 2015) and 3D Thunder Blade™ (May 14, 2015).

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Chariot releases on Nintendo Wii U today


Frima today announced that couch co-op platformer Chariot is now available on Nintendo’s Wii U System, after first launching on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam in Fall 2014. In Chariot, a princess and her fiancé traverse the royal catacombs in search of a final resting place worthy of His Majesty. Players must use their wits and teamwork as they venture through stunning environments and discover new challenges at every turn.

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Nintendo Announces the 2DS. An Entry Level 3DS?


The biggest of the news that Nintendo revealed today was the 2DS. Nintendo has gone and removed the 3D function from the DS for a lower priced option in their handheld line. The system will launch on October 12th alongside Pokémon X and Pokémon Y and be released in 2 colors, Red or Blue. The system will play all current and future 3DS and DS titles in 2D just as you can on either the 3DS or 3DS XL. Nintendo will be selling this updated entry for $129.99, $40 lower than the 3DS and $70 under the 3DS XL.

The biggest change to the system is it’s slate like design that resembles a thin piece of cake. The device does not fold as traditional DS’s do and the buttons has shifted upwards for what looks like a more comfortable holding position. You can also opt for a carrying case, which will be available in Red or Blue at launch for $12.99. The Nintendo 2DS still has the DS signature dual screens with touch on the bottom and keeps the single slidepad. As with the current 3DS handhelds, you are able to play Nintendo DS games, access wireless networks for multiplayer, Street-Pass and Spot-Pass, and download games from the Nintendo e-Shop with the included 4GB SD card.

I personally would have gone with a different name, Maybe DS Micro or how about we bring back the Gameboy moniker? The Gameboy DS anyone?

Here’s a video with more 2DS to fill those curious minds of yours