Nintendo E3 2019
Here's what we learned about Animal Crossing: New Horizons from E3.
Also, there will be dual-audio options for the whole game.
Nintendo reaches out to clarify customization options for Byleth.
Tired: Ray-tracing, 8K graphics, and bombshell announcements. Wired: Pitbulls, pee scandals, and grannies who kill.
We talk to Game Freak about the battle potential of Dynamax, the decision to narrow the number of available Pokemon, and the move into a new era.
You got a little yee haw in my Zelda.
Even the dialogue remains the same.
Hidemaro Fujibayashi is taking the reigns again for the Breath of the Wild sequel.
We go hands-on with much-anticipated Switch version of the classic tactics series.
Pokemon are living large on the Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo making some changes after outcry.
Is Zelda ready to take up Link's mantle as Hyrule's hero? The signs are there.
Saber Interactive found a way to get The Witcher 3, and all the expansions in a single cartridge.
Only monsters from the Galar Pokedex will be transferable through Pokemon Bank.
Nintendo had a lot of games to announce, so much that they had to do it in a sizzle reel.
The Rare duo are joining the fight.
We get TWO versions of Seiken Densetsu 3 now!
Escape Koholint this September.
The Resident Evil collection grows on the Nintendo Switch.
Teaching a whole new generation of children about tactics games.
Square Enix is bringing the whole Secret of Mana collection to the west.
Castaway, you should know the truth: Link's new character model is so very cute.
In a conference filled with sequels and remakes, I'm looking for a curveball only Nintendo can throw.
If you're going to E3, you can romp with Pokemon, visit a spooky mansion, and dream with a big fish.