Today, Deep Silver and California developer Papaya Studio revealed further information about their action adventure Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion for Nintendo 3DS™. The game brings a large cast of popular characters from Cartoon Network’s original programmes together in one epic adventure. A mysterious force is swapping and merging nine Cartoon Network universes together, forcing [...]
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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 continues the saga of the Boy Who Lived in this spell-binding adventure for wizards and Muggles alike. This time, players are transported through the final three books and final four films to experience the ultimate fight of good vs. evil. The creative LEGO prowess unites with the expansive world of [...]
One of the most acclaimed titles in the Tales series, Tales of the Abyss® stands apart from other RPGs with its depth of story and magnificent world. Now it makes its debut on the Nintendo 3DS™ with full 3D support and the use of dual screens to bring players even closer to the action. Tales [...]
SEGA Announces Aliens: Infestation for Nintendo DS –A Side-scrolling Action Adventure Set in the ALIENS Expanded Universe LONDON & SAN FRANCISCO (July 20th, 2011) – SEGA® Europe Ltd. and SEGA® of America, Inc. today announced Aliens: Infestation™ for Nintendo DS™, bringing the action-packed experience of the popular ALIENS™ film series to Nintendo’s best-selling handheld console [...]
First Pokémon Game for Hand-Held Nintendo 3DS System Includes Fast-Paced Battles, Social Play Features and More Than 600 Pokémon REDMOND, Wash., July 19, 2011 – Starting this fall, Pokémon™ fans will be able to experience the franchise’s battle-based action and adventure in a whole new dimension. Nintendo of America has announced an Oct. 24 launch [...]
ContraNetwork has put together a quick first look at Cars 2 for Wii. Here is 10 minutes of gameplay.
Joystiq’s, JC, sheds some light on this remake for the 3DS: Most important of all, it feels, mechanically, like Cave Story. In my opinion, a great deal of the lasting appeal of the original comes from how responsive the controls are, and how enjoyable the basic jumping and shooting feel — think about holding the [...]
One of the most anticipated franchise releases for Wii U is probably The Legend of Zelda. For a game that already has a reputation of great looking epic worlds, every fan knows that it could look even better in full HD graphics. Until now, that has only been a glimmer in our minds-eye. As a [...]
After playing The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword last year at E3, I was excited to see more of the game this year. Unfortunately, they did not have much more. What was available was a bird-flying demo, dungeon, and boss battle. Due to time restraints, I could only choose one, so I chose the newest [...]
After playing through both the XBox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Sonic Generations at SEGA’s “Sonic Boom” event, I was ready to finally get my hands on the Nintendo 3DS version. On the final day of E3 2011, I made my way to the SEGA booth to try it out. I was able to [...]
In another Wii U tech demo from E3 2011, players are told to use the stylus to draw different lengths of lines, shapes, and angles. You can compete against yourself or a second player. This was a really interesting use of the new controller, but it did a great job of showing off the sensitivity [...]
Another Wii U tech demo available at E3 2011 was “Shield Pose.” In this rhythm based game, you must block shots from enemy pirate ships in front of you, to your left, and to your right. You must time it correctly and also be in the right spot. As soon as I got my hands [...]
One of the Wii U tech demos at E3 2011 was called, “Battle Mii.” In it, two Mii players dressed in Samus costumes use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to shoot down the third player. That player uses the new controller and screen to fly around the level in an attempt to shoot the opposing [...]
If you have read my game reviews before, you will notice that I enjoy a good sports video game. FIFA 12 is coming out on the Nintendo 3DS, and I got some hands-on time with it at E3 2011. While the game looks just all right in 2D mode, it really comes alive when you [...]