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Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Demo with Unlimited Play Incoming

Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Demo with Unlimited Play Incoming

The Nintendo 3DS hasn’t had the best situation in regards to demos for its games. They’ve implemented a pre-determined number of plays for a majority of demos. However, they appear to be changing it up with the release of Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. The 3rd generation remakes are getting “special ...

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Nintendo 3DS – A Timeline of Turmoil

Nintendo 3DS – A Timeline of Turmoil

From 2DS to New Nintendo 3DS to Smash 3DS, Nintendo's handheld has some tumultuous branding going on.

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Check Out the Music in The Super Smash Bros. 3DS Demo!

Check Out the Music in The Super Smash Bros. 3DS Demo!

In the world of Super Smash Bros, music is one of the most celebrated and important features of each game in the franchise. With the release of Super Smash Bros. for 3DS’ demo in Japan, music from the demo has been compiled by Youtube user NintenDaan. Standout tracks include the main theme for Super Smash ...

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Podcast N Bullsh*t Episode 29 – Living Kaiju

Podcast N Bullsh*t Episode 29 – Living Kaiju

PNB is a humble little podcast started by Dylan (Phazon117), Kayla (Tokengirlstfu), and Travis (Turbobison). We are a video game podcast, but we talk about a whole lot more…like jugglaos, Chris Brown, Dragon Ball Z, and Quetzalcoatl Jesus. We are fun and lighthearted, and we like to have a good time. Trust ...

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Podcast N Bullsh*t Episode 28 – Assassin’s Crud

Podcast N Bullsh*t Episode 28 – Assassin’s Crud

PNB is a humble little podcast started by Dylan (Phazon117), Kayla (Tokengirlstfu), and Travis (Turbobison). We are a video game podcast, but we talk about a whole lot more…like jugglaos, Chris Brown, Dragon Ball Z, and Quetzalcoatl Jesus. We are fun and lighthearted, and we like to have a good time. Trust ...

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Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Review (Vita)

Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Review (Vita)

Earlier this year, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc brought a narrative experience to the PlayStation Vita that was an unforgettable blend of Virtue’s Last Reward and Phoenix Wright, with a few Persona sensibilities, to boot. The narrative was full of twists and turns, very few of which feeling particularly forced. It wasn’t the most original title, but it ...

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Nintendo Offers Soundtrack for Registering Super Smash Bros.

Nintendo Offers Soundtrack for Registering Super Smash Bros.

Game music aficionados, rejoice! Nintendo revealed a lot in today’s Nintendo Direct, but one of the details that could be overlooked was Nintendo’s treatment of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS soundtrack. Register the games on Club Nintendo, and you’ll receive a soundtrack containing songs featured in the games. The entire Super ...

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Podcast N Bullsh*t Episode 27 – Groot Canal

Podcast N Bullsh*t Episode 27 – Groot Canal

PNB is a humble little podcast started by Dylan (Phazon117), Kayla (Tokengirlstfu), and Travis (Turbobison). We are a video game podcast, but we talk about a whole lot more…like jugglaos, Chris Brown, Dragon Ball Z, and Quetzalcoatl Jesus. We are fun and lighthearted, and we like to have a good time. Trust ...

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Pokemon Trading Card Game is Heading to iPad

Pokemon Trading Card Game is Heading to iPad

The long-lasting Pokemon Trading Card Game is heading to the iPad, according to Pokemon Master and streamer extraordinaire Josh Wittenkeller. The picture in question seems to be a playable build of a potential Pokemon TCG digital game. According to Polygon, a representative from The Pokemon Company confirmed that the game ...

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Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Review (Vita)

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Review (Vita)

The PlayStation Vita certainly isn’t lacking in quirky and engaging JRPGs. Whether you want the story-based detective work of Danganronpa, or a modern spin on the classic JRPG in Persona, there’s plenty to choose from. However, a somewhat neglected Japanese genre is the classic SRPG, or strategy role-playing game. Outside of Rainbow Moon and Final ...

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