GameSpot: Here’s Some More Mario Party: Star Rush Gameplay

GameSpot recently uploaded some more gameplay of Mario Party: Star Rush. The three-minute long video shows off the Coinathlon Mode, straight from PAX West. If you want to see the footage for yourself, feel free to check out the video we've embedded down below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKP3lRUXsPg Source

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E3 2016: GameSpot To Show “New Nintendo Game” Tomorrow & Wednesday

GameSpot's E3 2016 schedule contains two separate time slots for a "New Nintendo Game". The first is tomorrow afternoon at 2:20pm Pacific Time, which is 5:20pm Eastern Time and 10:20pm UK. The second is on Wednesday at 10:00am Pacific, which is 1:00pm Eastern and 3:00pm UK. There is no confirmation on what game it is, … Continue reading E3 2016: GameSpot To Show “New Nintendo Game” Tomorrow & Wednesday

GameSpot Readers Reveal Their Favourite Games Of 2015

Readers of popular online gaming publication GameSpot recently cast their votes for their favourite video games of 2015 and there was one unanimous winner. That game was CD Projekt Red's The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt which scooped an impressive 62% of the votes. There's a few Nintendo titles contained in the list including Super Mario … Continue reading GameSpot Readers Reveal Their Favourite Games Of 2015

GameSpot’s The Point Uploads Touching Feature Video To Honour Satoru Iwata’s Life

With Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata's passing earlier this week, there has been an incredible outpouring of respect from friends, his colleagues, industry journalists and gaming fans across the world. Following Iwata's funeral today - of which up to 4,000 people attended - and in honour of the former CEO, GameSpot's video feature The Point has … Continue reading GameSpot’s The Point Uploads Touching Feature Video To Honour Satoru Iwata’s Life

GameSpot’s ‘Unknown Nintendo Game’ Is Just Xenoblade Chronicles X

We all kind of got slightly excited when a listing appeared on the GameSpot E3 site that an unknown Nintendo game was listed for broadcast. Well, it turns out that the unknown Nintendo title is only Xenoblade Chronicles X. It seemed very unlikely that it would be a new title. Personally, I was expecting it to … Continue reading GameSpot’s ‘Unknown Nintendo Game’ Is Just Xenoblade Chronicles X

GameSpot To Showcase Unknown Nintendo Title Tomorrow

In the third day of E3, the GameSpot stage is to showcase "Nintendo Title 5" as listed in their schedule. This doesn't necessarily mean an unannounced title, but rather GameSpot trying to create a bit of mystery around their programme-- but you never know! Either way it could be something new. If you want to … Continue reading GameSpot To Showcase Unknown Nintendo Title Tomorrow

Rumour: Beyond Good And Evil 2 Project Has Died

Details about the long-awaited project of Beyond Good And Evil 2 are few and far between, and a reason why this might be is because the project is no more. Nothing is 100% confirmed, but according to Tamoor Hussain of Gamespot in this interview (at 7 minutes), the project is "abandoned". He says key people from … Continue reading Rumour: Beyond Good And Evil 2 Project Has Died

Reggie Talks All About The Nintendo 3DS In An Interview With GameSpot

Nintendo of America's Reggie Fils-Aime has been talking to GameSpot in a new interview, about all sorts of topics around the Nintendo 3DS. Mainly, classic games on the Nintendo 3DS, why the standard New Nintendo 3DS didn't come to North America, and loads more. He also teases a bit that there will be more Nintendo … Continue reading Reggie Talks All About The Nintendo 3DS In An Interview With GameSpot

LEGO Dimensions Will Be Supported For Three Years With New Content

GameSpot sat down with creative director of LEGO Dimensions, Jon Burton, who shared lots of information about the new game including a cool little idea that originally, the villains were going to be the original 1974 Lego family, but more importantly that they have a plan of action for content up until 2018. This means that … Continue reading LEGO Dimensions Will Be Supported For Three Years With New Content