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The State Of Nintendo In 2014

If you’ve found your way to this article, then you’re probably already aware of the dismal sales figures that Nintendo released recently, with the company expecting to sell only one-third of its initial projections for the Wii U before March 31st. The 3DS — recently announced as the best-selling system of last year — also had its projections cut by over five million units, something not helpful for a company already struggling to keep its tablet controller-toting sinking ship from taking on any more water.

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The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Review

The journey of playing A Link Between Worlds is one that any Zelda fan will find full of nostalgia and charm. The characters are familiar and friendly, the dungeons full of treasure, the Pieces of Hearts hard to reach, and the Cuccos angry. It’s a wonderful continuation of an already well-established story.

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Pokemon X and Y Review

With the introduction of Pokemon X and Y, a lot has changed, and much of it is for the better. Don’t worry, there is a lot of familiarity in the formula of the new games, but the additions and tweaks that are made turn classic Pokemon into a whole new experience.

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Nintendo 2DS Impressions

Since its release earlier this month, the Nintendo 2DS has garnered a lukewarm reaction from gamers.  Its low-budget $130 price tag and …

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Animal Crossing: New Leaf Review

If you’ve never been a fan of Animal Crossing, this title is probably not going to change your mind. However, for the series, it introduces new features that make playing that much more addicting.

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Fire Emblem: Awakening Review

Fire Emblem: Awakening, the new chapter in the Fire Emblem franchise, was released February 4. Millions of people scrambled to embark on …

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