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Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aimé was interviewed by CNET about Super Mario Run, but he was also asked the question a lot of fans are wondering. Will Nintendo release classic NES games on mobile devices? While a large number of gamers illegally emulate NES titles on their phones and tablets, some would like a legitimate way of playing The Legend of Zelda or Super Mario Bros. on the go (without using a Nintendo-made system). When asked the question, Reggie wouldn't commit...

The NES Classic Edition has been increasingly difficult to lay hands on. As the ideal holiday gift, many were hoping to purchase it for their loved one as a Christmas present. Nintendo previously stated a steady flow of units would be arriving over the holidays, which we really haven't seen yet. However, Amazon seems to be teasing a re-stock for their website, as the Amazon Video Games Twitter account informed followers there would be a couple of "exciting announcements" to be made in the coming week regarding the product...

Our newest item to be thrown into the Switch news pile is one in regards to the system's Virtual Console. There hasn't been any information leaked or released to what the Virtual Console will have for Nintendo's new hybrid console. This is until recently, wherein a report has sprouted up claiming one such last-gen system will be making its way onto the Switch...

This year's Playstation Experience was just a few days ago and even though we don't usually step on Sony's turf when it comes to news, we still have some Nintendo related things that came out of the experience that we need to talk about. An online magazine called Digital Spy was granted an interview with Shuhei Yoshida, the President of Sony's Worldwide Studios. During the interview, they talked about anything and everything video game related, including the Nintendo Switch... 

Why is Nintendo's new console called the Nintendo Switch? Is it because you can seamlessly "switch" between a home console and a portable game? Recent news tells us that yes, that is a part of it, but there is a bit more behind the name. Thanks to the folks at Nintendo Dream, a popular Japanese magazine, we have the full reasoning as to why Nintendo's shiny new console is named the Switch..

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The Game Awards 2016 have come and went, and with it came some masterful  Breath of the Wild footage. We'll go more in-depth on that on this week's episode of the Zelda Informer podcast, but to wet your whistle a bit, Eric and yours truly sat down immediately after The Game Awards ended to talk about that footage in addition to everything else we liked and disliked about The Game Awards on the whole...

Let's Play Video Games/Laura Kate Dale has published another report regarding Nintendo Switch information once again. We need not remind you of Let's Play Video Game and Dale's credibility when it comes to rumors. She was laughed at for her crazy rumor of a Super Mario and Raving Rabbids crossover game, yet Ubisoft seems to be teasing such a game with the appearance Mario, Luigi, and Toad as Rabbids. Today the gaming journalist revealed some more information she claims is from...

EB Games in Australia released some pictures of Nintendo Switch accessories on its website recently. The pictures include a case for the Switch, complete with earbuds, screen protectors, and a cleaning cloth. The case appears to be black outlined with red, and seems to be made up of cloth. The second picture depicts a set of three USB cords, which measures three meters—around nine feet—in length...

For the past year now, the Zelda community has been in full celebration for the 30th anniversary of the series. Now, with the recent showing of the Game Awards 2016, everyone is much more anxiously awaiting the arrival of Breath of the Wild. Another thing to look forward to in 2017 is a new amiibo addition that will also be compatible with the new Zelda game. This new amiibo will be the Guardian, an enemy monster in Breath of the Wild... 

In the past few weeks, the gaming community has been in an uproar from the hype of the release of the newest Pokémon games and the anticipation of the teased Breath of the Wild. It's as if Nintendo has been at a nonstop rampage of enthusiastic reveals for their loyal fans. To add more fuel to the already excited fire, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime will be starring on The Tonight Show...