Nintendo is always looking for new ways to enhance all our playing experiences. In a newly filed patent by Nintendo, the game masters at Nintendo attempt to reimagine what is possible with a collection of portable screens by allowing them to interact with each other.
Tomorrow morning in Japan, SEGA will kick off their annual SEGA FES 2018 event at Akihabara.
Nintendo is already hard at work on some new hardware, they constantly are. According to Nintendo’s General Manager of the Entertainment Planning & Development Division, Shinya Takahashi, who was speaking to the BBC at the BAFTA awards, he said that Nintendo has never ceased research on new hardware. He also hinted that fans may see some new system in the future.
Yesterday, it was announced that Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 & 2 will be coming to the West on 24 July 2018. Now we get to look at the North American box art of the game.
It has been 13 years since Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door was released on the Nintendo Game Cube and finally, the debug code to access the game’s debug mode has been discovered.
A new record has been set for the fastest “any percentage” completion of 2002’s GBA Metroid Fusion with the final clock time of 50 minutes and 34 seconds.
Nintendo and Microsoft have attained the upper hand in a “Personalized Instructional Aid” filed by an Australian inventor, Richard Baker, who claimed that the two companies have violated his patent. The patent covers technology that allows a computer to produce a personalized teaching presentation, which Baker claims to also cover virtual instructional aid in fitness video games.
There’s this one great spot in Universal Studios Japan where you can take a look at the construction progress of Super Nintendo World, which is slated for opening in 2020.
Remember that catchy tune that becomes an ear-bug when you spend too long creating your Mii back in the Wii days. It is back from the Wii grave and becoming an internet Meme challenge.