Here’s Gametrailers Top 10 Anticipated Games Of Fall 2015

There’s a number of high-profile releases this holiday season so Gametrailers have taken it upon themselves to rank the ones they are looking forward to the most. You will notice there are a couple of Nintendo titles included in the list with  The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes for Nintendo 3DS sitting at number ten and Xenoblade Chronicles X at number nine. Here’s the games they are looking forward to this Christmas.

10 – The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes
9 – Xenoblade Chronicles X
8 – Halo 5: Guardians
7 – Yakuza 5
6 – SOMA
5 – Rise of the Tomb Raider
4 – Just Cause 3
3 – Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void
2 – Fallout 4
1 – Star Wars: Battlefront

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Shigeru Miyamoto Defends Nintendo’s 2015 Line-up

If you’ve been on social media or visited various message boards you’ll have noticed that a growing number of people aren’t entirely satirised with Nintendo’s holiday lineup this year. There’s a few spin-offs of established franchises and a Star Fox title which hasn’t really resonated with fans. However, Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto has defended the line-up and says that the company is always looking to surprise the fans.

“In terms of Metroid, yes, it wasn’t exactly what fans expected,” Miyamoto agreed. “With Animal Crossing [Happy Home Designer] we have a new type of gameplay but it is still the same franchise – perhaps not along the traditional line of what you expect but what we always try to do is work with the hardware we have.

“If you look across the line-up of what we have for this year we’re using the Amiibo cards, Amiibo, the [Mario Maker] editing tool, two screens. Both the new Metroid and Zelda: Triforce Hero titles are new in terms of their gameplay.

“Even moving on to the year after, we’re always thinking of ways to surprise the audience.”


Capcom Reveals Tokyo Game Show 2015 Lineup


Capcom has lifted the lid on the software titles it plans to showcase at this year’s Tokyo Game Show 2015. There are of course plenty of Monster Hunter related titles including Monster Hunter X – which is the next mainline Monster Hunter game. Of course, these are only the announced titles that the publisher and developer plans to show, so there could well be plenty of surprises for everyone. The Tokyo Game Show takes place on September 17th till September 20th.

  • Monster Hunter Diary: Poka Poka Airou Village DX (3DS) – Playable
  • Monster Hunter Spirits (Smartphone) – Playable
  • Monster Hunter Stories (3DS) – Stage Event, Live Stream
  • Monster Hunter X (3DS) – Playable, Stage Event, Live Steam
  • Resident Evil 0 (PS4, XBO, PS3, 360, PC) – Playable, Stage Event, Live Steam
  • Street Fighter V (PS4, PC) – Playable, Stage Event, Live Steam

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Super Mario Maker And Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Win Awards At Gamescom

The team over at Gamescom have put up their annual award list for best of show and Super Mario Maker and The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes have both picked up awards. Super Mario Maker won the best Wii U game and The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes won the best mobile game. You can check out the full list of winners, below.

Best of Gamescom
Star Wars Battlefront (Electronic Arts)

Most Wanted Consumer Award
Star Wars Battlefront (Electronic Arts)

Best Console Game Sony Playstation
Star Wars Battlefront (Electronic Arts)

Best Console Game Microsoft Xbox
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (Konami Digital Entertainment)

Best Console Game Nintendo Wii
Super Mario Maker (Nintendo)

Best Role Playing Game
Dark Souls 3 (Bandai Namco Entertainment)

Best Racing Game
Forza Motorsport 6 (Microsoft)

Best Action Game
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (Konami Digital Entertainment)

Best Simulation Game
Forza Motorsport 6 (Microsoft)

Best Sports Game
PES 2016 (Konami Digital Entertainment)

Best Family Game
LEGO Dimensions (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)

Best Strategy Game
Unravel (Electronic Arts)

Best PC Game
Star Wars Battlefront (Electronic Arts)

Best Mobile Game (incl. Handheld, iOS, Android, Windows)
Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes (Nintendo)

Best Social / Casual / Online Game
Super Mario Maker (Nintendo)

Best Online Multiplayer Game
Star Wars Battlefront (Electronic Arts)

Best Hardware (incl. Peripheral)
HTC Vive (HTC)

Bestes Indie-Spiel
Cuphead (Studio MDHR)


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Nintendo UK Announces Details Of Its 2015 Summer Tour

Nintendo UK today announces details of its 2015 Summer Tour, an immersive consumer experience set to visit five locations nationwide.

The Nintendo Summer Tour gives members of the public the opportunity to get hands on with a selection of Nintendo games – in dedicated play areas for both Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.

The selection of games on offer includes the recently released Wii U titles Splatoon and Yoshi’s Woolly World. Visitors will get the chance to play Super Mario Maker and Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash ahead of their launch later this year. Classic family favourite Wii U titles SUPER MARIO 3D WORLD and Mario Kart 8 will also be available to play as part of the tour.

Visitors will be invited into Mario’s World – a section of the stand featuring a life-size Piranha Plant statue and giant green pipes, the ideal backdrop for fun photographs. Ahead of the release of Super Mario Maker, on 11th September 2015, visitors will also be given the chance to try the game and build their own levels.

Providing fun for all the family, there will be Mario themed rewards on offer for players, including hats, moustaches and even a limited edition Super Mario Bros. 30th Anniversary pin*!

Nintendo 3DS fans will have the chance to play Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Tomodachi Life, Puzzles & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition, plus Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Animal Crossing: New Leaf.

Helping to bring Animal Crossing: New Leaf for Nintendo 3DS to life, the tour will also offer visitors the opportunity to take and print their own photos, posing in front of a themed board and tagging their shots with #AnimalCrossing.

The Summer Tour will provide a chance to see the current amiibo collection, as well as giving a sneak peek at the new amiibo soon to be available from the Nintendo Official UK Store and other UK retailers later this year.

Live from 12th August – 13th September, The Nintendo Summer Tour will visit the following locations:

  • 12th – 17th August – Manchester Arndale
  • 20 – 24th August – Intu Derby
  • 27th – 31st August – Westfield London
  • 5 – 6th September – Intu Metrocentre, Tyne and Wear
  • 12th – 13th September – Intu Braehead, Glasgow

Source: PR


The Gamescom 2015 Hall Plan Has Been Revealed


Gamescom is fast approaching and we know that Nintendo will be at the event showcasing a number of high-profile titles including Super Mario Maker, Star Fox Zero and The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes. We have now been given a look at the extensive Gamescom Hall Plan for the exhibitors which you can view above. Gamescom takes place on Wednesday, August 5th in Cologne, Germany.

Game Informer Chats With Nintendo World Championships 2015 Winner

Game Informer has published an engrossing interview with John Numbers, who you might know as the winner of the 2015 Nintendo World Championships. John Numbers, whose real name is John Goldberg, discusses the challenges he overcame taking on a number of games including Super Smash Bros, Mario Kart 8 and Metroid Prime: Federation Force’s Blast Ball mode. John also talks about meeting Shigeru Minamoto, which was a personal highlight for him. He says he was star struck meeting him. Be sure to read all the interview, here.

What was going through your head when you won?

At the end of the final level when I killed Bowser, I actually didn’t expect that to be the end of the level. I thought they were going to throw some bait and switch at me and make me do more levels, especially considering how many tricks there were in the first three levels. When I won, I was really excited. I’m a little introverted, so I don’t do a very good job of physically showing my emotions very well, but I was extremely excited, don’t worry about that. It just didn’t look like I was.

What was it like meeting Shigeru Miyamoto?

When I won, I was like “Oh boy a trophy,” and I was being snarky because I knew I was getting a trophy – they said so on twitter. But it wouldn’t be any fun without some surprises, so here’s a guest: Miyamoto. And oh my gosh, I was star struck when that happened. I was floating there and I shook his hand. I was overjoyed to meet the man. I shook his hand and basically said thank you for all of the games and experience you’ve provided for us over the years. I’ve had a good time gaming with Nintendo. And he said thank you. He more or less understood what I said.