Yes, you can now decide which Pokemon you would like to see as support Pokemon in the just released Pokken Tournament. The developers have taken to Twitter to ask users to decide on which specific Pokemon should be featured as support characters. To be part of it all you need to do is follow the Pokken Tournament Twitter and tweet using the hashtag “#ポッ拳”(#Pokkenin Japanese) followed by the name of a Pokemon you’d like to see as a support character. Pretty simple! And the campaign will run until July 23rd.
Streets of Rage 2 is widely held to be one of the best side-scrolling, beat em’ up games of its time. The sequel to the first Streets of Rage originally launched December 20, 1992 in the United States for the Mega Drive / Genesis consoles. Since then, the game has been released in arcades, SEGA Game Gear, SEGA Master System, Wii Virtual Console, Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, iOS, and PC.
Platinum Games Hideki Kamiya is renowned for expressing his true feeling on his Twitter account and to be honest it is kind of refreshing. He has created a number of spectacular games, but he isn’t too impressed with Mighty No.9. He goes so far as to say that the game is a genuine insult to Capcom. Kamiya says that he isn’t impressed in the slightest and says it is simply a copy of Mega Man.
Similar? It's a copy. RT @TheBlankDork You think that because it looks bad or because it's too similar to Rockman?
UPDATE: Nintendo of America confirms that the weapons will also heading to North America today.
Less than a week since the addition of the Splash-o-matic, Nintendo will be adding two new weapons to Splatoon.
The announcement, which comes by way of Nintendo of Europe’s Twitter, shared a few screenshots (below) of the L-3 Nozzlehose and the Custom E-litre 3K. These both should be coming tomorrow in Europe; there is still no mention about the US release.
Nintendo of America is planning to host a Puzzle & Dragons Twitter Takeover on May 19 from 1 to 3 p.m. PT. During the two-hour event, there will be game trivia, scavenger hunts and a “special guest” appearance. Nintendo will also be answering some of the questions that fans have about the game. In addition, participants will have a chance to win a copy of Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition.
It’s been a long time coming but owners of the New Nintendo 3DS will eventually be able to play The Binding of Isaac Rebirth on their handheld. Developer Nicalis teased fans with an image of the game in action on Twitter which had a few people salivating at the mouth for the New Nintendo 3DS version. As I’ve mentioned in the post the game will only be playable on the New Nintendo 3DS and not then original Nintendo 3DS or Nintendo 3DS XL.
Nintendo just announced their plans for E3, introducing back the Nintendo World Championship in a funny and pleasant video. Part of the video at the end joked that Bill Trinen was fired, but if you saw his Twitter earlier on, it looks like he spoiled that joke. He had tweeted an hour earlier saying: “I guess nothing can last forever.” Shocking Nintendo fans into thinking he’d left, when in reality it was supposed to be part of the joke, which he’d tweeted an hour early after getting confused with timezones! He’d also changed his Twitter bio to “used to work at Nintendo” but since then he’s changed it to “still works at Nintendo.” Poor Bill, Time zones are hard!