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Shigeru Miyamoto Calls Out “Passive Gamers”

The godfather of Nintendo’s video game division lets us know how he feels.

In today’s issue of Edge magazine, Shigeru Miyamoto explains how he feels about the current state of gaming. He was interviewed and made some very strong statements that would be welcomed by hardcore gamers.

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Mario Kart 8 Receives More DLC!

Mercedes was only the beginning!

I’ts just been announced that Mario Kart 8 will be receiving more tracks, characters, and karts by way of DLC! Characters from outside the Super Mario universe will be joining for the first time ever!

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Possible Super Smash Bros. Wii-U/3DS Reveals; Trophies, Playable Shulk & More

Deconfirmed Tharja as playable character, sad writer indeed. 

As we near the release of the newest iteration of the Super Smash Bros. series for the Nintendo Wii-U and 3DS systems, a lot of juicy information is seeping into the very space of our interwebs. Possible reveals of trophies, playable characters, and game modes have been spoiled for the internet to speculate upon. Wanna see?

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Kirby’s Rival Meta Knight Returns for the New Super Smash Bros.

The cheapest character in Smash is back!

Today Nintendo announced the return of Kirby’s rival Meta Knight for Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which could mean a possible return of many headaches for tournament players.

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Quoth the Gamer: Go Outside and Play!

Seriously, make new friends and have fun.

My love for gaming competitions should be well documented by now. I’ve written plenty of articles covering huge eSports events. However, these are not the only events that should get attention. Continue reading

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Review: The Legend of Zelda | A Link Between Worlds

The Legend Redux. 

I am sure everyone has a treasured memory of their first Zelda experience. For me, it goes back to the NES-era, back when the gold-plated cartridge was considered to be quite the novelty. Carefully unpacking the contents, I stood with this quizzical look, totally unprepared for the mystical world of Hyrule, and all the wonders that lied within.

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