Nintendo has continued its run of successful E3 keynotes, rolling out another piece of intriguing hardware with the 3DS, as well as new and old favourites on the software front including details on the new Zelda.
The DSi XL is the supersized hand-held gaming device from Nintendo. Launching next month Nintendo are hoping to grab a whole new demographic under their influence. Today Nintendo Australia announced the DSi XL pricing.
Nintendo is dubbing 2011 the year of Zelda, celebrating 25 years of the franchises existences. Link has been battling foes in the land of Hyrule, directed by the princess Zelda for a quarter of a century. As part of the celebrations Nintendo has announced a limited edition for the latest game in the franchise The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, including a rare golden Wii Remote Plus controlle
Nintendo has a lot to announce this morning, including an app for its Miiverse platform, as well as some fan-favorite game titles that will be available on the Wii U platform in the coming months. By the time E3 rolls around, in mid-June, the Wii U will support two new Zelda games, as well as new Super Mario and Mario Kart titles.
Written by: Mike Bantick | Published in: EntertainmentOvernight Nintendo confirmed the European, and therefore Australian and New Zealand Wii U launch details. Nintendo’s high definition gaming console will hit Antipodean shores in two forms this November.
Nintendo no stranger to gaming on the go (I’ve been clinging to Nintendo handhelds for as long as I’ve been able to walk) but president Satoru Iwata just let slip some unexpected information about the company’s next mobile foray during a live Nintendo Direct address.
Despite Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect and Sony’s Playstation Move, Nintendo’s original motion sensing Wii is still a force to be reckoned with, as is Nintendo’s main mascot Mario, whose “Super Mario All-Stars” 25th Anniversary Edition is set to come down under, probably sooner rather than later, but will the Red Wii and DSi XL follow too?