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We asked our readers to introduce Nintendo’s stable of characters into sophisticated society. By Jove, I think they've done it!
Remember Trailer Trash? Neither do we. That's why we are premiering GamesRadar's Trailer Trash Theatre, showcasing the worst videogame trailers of the week. Trust me, there are plenty of them, and we're sure you've seen your share. So why not make the most of 'em and laugh along with us?
Just click play - Chris Antista, Brett Elston and myself will guide you through our most facetious finds of fail...
The Last Airbender live-action adaptation may not bear the familiar name of the popular Nickelodeon cartoon -- thanks for that, James Cameron -- but at least the game based upon it won't be known solely for providing cheap Achievements...
This year’s E3 was one of the best we’ve seen in years. But despite all the exciting hardware and game announcements, extravagant booths and impressive presentations, there were still some glaring absences from the show floor…
A year ago Shigeru Miyamoto teased a new Zelda game for Wii by revealing one piece of art. And for a year, that’s all we’ve had to go on. Literally one year later he took center stage at E3 2010 and premiered Skyward Sword, a MotionPlus-capable sequel that’s set to release in 2011. Miyamoto’s demo didn’t fare too well due to some form of “technical difficulties,” which unfairly made the alleged one-to-one sword control seem unresponsive...
The Zelda creator gives a crash course in how Link's latest adventure shouldn't be played.
Just look at the image above. Terrifying, eh? If even three of those games hit with the 3DS on the handheld’s rumoured launch next March, and providing they live up to their potential, our wallets are screwed. Inside, we cover ten potentially incredible games that could well shape the greatest launch line-up ever.
Probably the best/worst looking Zelda of all time ever. Tell us which one you think it is.
Nintendo has won E3. Fact. And the real Nintendo is back. But the big N's glorious E3 victory wasn't just a case of unveiling a powerful new handheld and some brilliant-looking core franchise games. There was a lot more at play than that.
So now that I've stopped reeeling from all of last night's conference excitement (okay, so I still am, but I can at least write in sentences now), I've decided to pull things apart, bit by bit, to look at exactly how Nintendo pulled it off. Trust me, the more I think about this, the more it seems to be the crescendo of a whole series of fiendish long and short-term plots. Nintendo are very clever bastards...
After a string of mediocre E3 showings, expectations for Nintendo's presentation this year was tepid. But in a year dominated by motion control, fitness and dancing games, Nintendo has managed to come out with the most gold for hardcore gamers. After opening up strong with the new Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Nintendo revealed new games for Kirby, Donkey Kong, and Kid Icarus in addition to officially revealing the 3DS.