• This Week In The Business: Casually Pathetic

    QUOTE | “It's kind of a passive attitude they're taking, and to me it's kind of a pathetic thing.” - Legendary Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto explaining why Nintendo isn't going to try to make games specifically for a casual audience like they used to on the Wii. Elsewhere in the business of video games this past week ...

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  • The Good And Bad Of Mario Kart 8's First Major Update

    Nintendo made a few changes to Mario Kart 8 this week—some big, some small, some the size of a luxury card brand's new SUV. If nothing else, this gives us a good opportunity to pause and reflect on how one of the summer's biggest games is doing. So let's do that. I've been playing Mario Kart 8 pretty much nonstop since it first arrived in May.

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  • How Mortal Kombat Is Getting More Complex

    The next Mortal Kombat is going deep. Not just in the 'show you highly detailed internal organs' kind of way, either. The newly announced Variations feature and other tweaks in Mortal Kombat X are going to give players other layers of options for how they beat each other up. As previously detailed, players will be able to choose a variation for their Kombatant at the character select screen.

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  • What We Know About The New 3DS So Far

    Nintendo woke us all up early this morning with a fresh batch of information about a new and improved 3DS mobile console it's making. Most of this was geared towards its Japanese audience, however, so let's break down the relevant parts of the news for gamers outside the company's home country. It's called the New Nintendo 3DS.

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