According to a Nintendo press release, the 100 millionth DS was shipped out on March 6, 2009. This figure includes all sales worldwide of the original DS, the DS Lite and the DSi, soon to launch in the United States. “Consumers have shown their love for Nintendo DS – 100 million times over,” Reggie Fils-Aime, [...]
Keizo Ohta, Takayuki Shimamura, Yoshikazu Yamashita. Never heard of these names? Well give credit where credit is due. These people are the developers of the family game that comes bundled with every Wii system to date. That’s right folks, it’s Wii Sports! This game is great for every age, and is a 4 player game. Wii Sports was developed in 2006.
Shigeru Miyamoto. We all know this guy as a rare talent. With many titles under his belt one more doesn’t hurt. The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess is one of his Zelda titles. Early on in development ‘Twilight’ was referred to Wind Waker 2, but this has had many changes.
Two games added today, one for the Virtual Console and one WiiWare game.
Find out how Nintendo’s star primate got his big start.
This is a guide to help newcomers to review writing for Nintendo City.
Mario Party 3 is another installment in the Mario party series and the last on the N64.
Instead of doing it yourself, this WiiWare title has you getting other people to do your dirty work
With many months of problems and more than 3 ownership changes Nintendocity is back under some level of control. The forums have been reverted and the team is coming back together. We’re hoping to release our first newsletter very soon and the site is slowly attracting back the old members and contributers.
A while ago I picked up the GBA port of the Genesis strategy game Shining Force. Yesterday, on a 6-hour car trip to a North Carolina ski resort, I finally sat down and beat the game. Simply put, this game was a straight up strategy game that got to the roots of what strategy games are all about: strategy.
There is no doubt that many of you have read about Nintendo’s videogame history. In fact I’m sure many of you even know about their pre-videogame history but for those of you who haven’t stick around because I’m going to take you back, way back, to a time very long ago, before videogames existed.
Alrightly. Let’s get into it. I’m not going to give the same speech again. Saying I was busy, and that updates will resume at normal soon. I’m sick and tired of this seamlessly never ending loop of updating for a while at a good pace, then just a halt for weeks, or even a month or two at a time.
Nintendo’s newest console, the Wii, offers a fun, revolutionary gaming experience everyone can enjoy.
Box art for a fake sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker
A fake box art concept for a fake Wario game on the DS.