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Game Replay: Twisted Pixel spinning out, Tony Hawk launch issues

10/01, 11:53pm

Gaming news summary for October 1, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, Twisted Pixel is spun off from Microsoft Studios, Activision admits there are issues with Tony Hawk 5, Nintendo breaks 1 million sales of Super Mario Maker, and the Humble Bundle starts offering games via subscription.


Game Replay: Nintendo delays Star Fox Zero, Konami development rumors

09/20, 11:58pm

Gaming news summary for September 20, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, Nintendo delays the next Star Fox game until next year, rumors suggest Konami is pulling away from AAA game development, Twitch ranks its most-played games, and details of a contest for you to win a game for your Mac.


Nintendo names Tatsumi Kimishima as new company president

09/14, 6:30pm

New Nintendo president former head of Nintendo of America

Nintendo has installed a new president, following the passing of previous company president Satoru Iwata in July. Tatsumi Kimishima is being promoted to the role from his previous position as the head of human resources, with interim representative directors Genyo Takeda and gaming luminary Shigeru Miyamoto taking on new roles as Technology Fellow and Creative Fellow respectively at the Japanese gaming company.


Game Replay: Star Wars Battlefront beta, Metal Gear Solid V issues

09/01, 5:27pm

Gaming news summary for September 1, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, EA announces there will be a beta of Star Wars Battlefront, buyers of physical copies of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain for PC get a nasty surprise, Nintendo brings the New 3DS to the United States, and Microsoft brings out an "Elite" version of the Xbox One with faster storage.


Game Replay: Nintendo may go disc-free, Kerbal heads to Xbox One

08/23, 11:10pm

Gaming news summary for August 23, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, a thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, a Nintendo patent application suggests a future without game discs, the Kerbal Space Program will be landing on the Xbox One, EverQuest II gets a 'prison' server, and Sony cashes in on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain with some branded hardware.


Game Replay: Darth Vader PS4, Nintendo fires employee over podcast

08/17, 6:05am

Gaming news summary for August 16, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's slightly-delayed edition, Nintendo allegedly fires an employee for comments made on a podcast, Guillermo Del Toro declares he will steer clear of gaming projects, and Sony plans to ship a Darth Vader-themed PlayStation 4 this fall.


Game Replay: RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 on iOS, Super Mario Maker teased

08/13, 10:33pm

Gaming news summary for August 13, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, RollerCoaster Tycoon returns to iOS without in-app purchases, Sony opens up voting for its Instant Game Collection, a firmware update for the PlayStation 4 is previewed, and Nintendo reveals players will have to wait at least nine days to get all available content in Super Mario Maker.


Game Replay: Super Smash Bros. on YouTube, Nvidia Shield Tablet recall

08/02, 11:11pm

Gaming news summary for August 2, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the twice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, Nintendo adds more costumes and YouTube uploads to Super Smash Bros., Nvidia recalls the Shield Tablet over safety concerns, Sony allows PlayStation Plus subscribers to vote on which free games they will get, and Worms 4 is heading to iOS.


Game Replay: Ouya acquisition deal, 2TB PlayStation 4 at GameStop

07/28, 11:00pm

Gaming news summary for July 28, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, Ouya strikes an acquisition deal with Razer, GameStop offers the PlayStation 4 with a 2TB capacity, and Dragon Quest 11 becomes the first game confirmed to ship on Nintendo's future NX game console.


Game Replay: Steam security issue, Nintendo ending TVii

07/27, 5:55am

Gaming news summary for July 27, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's later-than-scheduled edition, China lifts its console sales ban, Nintendo prepares to remove TVii from the Wii U in the United States, and Steam suffers a rare security lapse via its own support system.


Game Replay: Shenmue 3 raises $6.3M, NCAA settlement reached

07/19, 10:32pm

Gaming news summary for July 19, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, a thrice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, Shenmue 3 completes its Kickstarter campaign, a settlement is reached over athlete representations in NCAA games, more Windows 10 gaming features are detailed, and an unauthorized animation based on the Legend of Zelda lore ends its crowdfunding project prematurely.


Game Replay: Satoru Iwata dies, The Talos Principle, Lizard Squad

07/12, 10:27pm

Gaming news summary for July 12, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, a twice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN. In today's edition, the president of Nintendo passes away, an expansion for The Talos Principle is announced, and a game company gets attacked after its president threatens a hacker with legal action.


Game Replay: Minecraft in Windows 10, Club Nintendo US ends

07/05, 10:49pm

Gaming news summary for July 5, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the twice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN and Electronista. In today's edition, Microsoft is bringing Minecraft to Windows 10, Club Nintendo ends in North America, Sales are halted and refunds offered for Final Fantasy XIV for Mac, and the revelation that Destiny could have been a funnier game.


Game Replay: Star Wars alpha, bug bounties, Fallout 4 bottle caps

06/29, 5:49am

Gaming news summary for June 29, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the twice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN and Electronista. In today's edition, EA gets a closed alpha of Star Wars: Battlefront ready, an early access game on Steam pays a bug bounty, Nintendo offers more Amiibo models in the UK, and someone preorders Fallout 4 in bottle caps.


Game Replay: Destiny pricing, Red Bull, Batman issues

06/24, 11:21pm

Gaming news summary for June 24, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the twice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN and Electronista. In today's edition, Destiny expansion issues dominate, followed by major problems with the PC release of Batman: Arkham Knight, and Nintendo of America head Reggie Fils-Amie discusses the negative fan response to a new Metroid game.


Analysis: 2015 Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony E3 press events

06/17, 9:17am

The giants have spoken, but who's going to take the 2015-2016 sales crown?

The triumvirate of console gaming, Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo, have shown what they're going to show to launch the 2015 E3 expo, and as with all things, we've got opinions. Join MacNN and Electronista staffers Mike, Malcolm, and Jordan with special commentary from HammerCast's Duane Sibilly as they discuss the surprises, let-downs, reveals, and presentations that we've suffered through so you don't have to!


E3 Game Replay: Nintendo, Sony, Ubisoft's events

06/16, 10:03pm

E3 rolls on with more game launches from major players

Welcome to the second of a special series of Game Replay, which is running daily for part of this week to cover the main stories coming out of E3. Much like yesterday's edition, today we continue covering the media events the major companies are holding to show off their new games. This time, Nintendo's unusual pre-recorded address is accompanied by Sony and Ubisoft's live events, with each concentrating on games instead of hardware.


Game Replay: Game UK Splatoon robbery, new Evolve arena mode

05/27, 10:58pm

Gaming news summary for May 27, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the twice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN and Electronista. In today's edition, a robbery of a game retailer causes issues for Nintendo's UK Splatoon launch, a new arena mode has been added to Evolve, and the republishing of Iron Brigade by Double Fine.


Game Replay: Christopher Lloyd in Lego Dimensions, Xbox TV tuner

05/20, 9:57pm

Gaming news summary for May 20, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the twice-weekly post where MacNN and Electronista writes about some of the major stores in the wider world of gaming that developed over the last few days. In today's edition, more characters invade Lego Dimensions, the digital TV tuner for Xbox One goes on sale in the US and Canada, and a request for cheaters to apologize on YouTube in order to reinstate their banned accounts.


Game Replay: Portal 2 in Lego Dimensions, Rockstar Editor on consoles

05/13, 9:44pm

Gaming new summary for May 13, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the twice-weekly post where MacNN and Electronista look back at the last few days in the wider world of gaming. In today's edition, more IP is confirmed for Lego Dimensions, the Rockstar Editor will be heading to Grand Theft Auto V on next-gen consoles, and Nintendo is seriously contemplating dropping regional restrictions in its next console launch.


Apple Game Roundup: iOS Legend of Grimrock, ARMA for OS X?

05/08, 10:17am

Apple Game Roundup for May 12, 2015

On Tuesdays and Fridays, MacNN takes a few minutes to round up important goings-on in the Mac and iOS gaming world. Today, we're looking at the release of Legend of Grimrock for the iPad, a Game of the Year update for Wasteland 2, Nintendo's tone-deafness on the smartphone game market and five forthcoming releases through 2016, and a possible future release of military shooter ARMA for OS X.


Weekly Game Replay: Zelda delayed until 2016, Hearthstone, Half-Life 2

03/29, 10:39pm

News from the video game industry for the week of March 29

Every Sunday, MacNN and Electronista spend some time covering a few of the stories from the wide world of gaming that wasn't mentioned earlier this week. In today's Weekly Game Replay: the next Legend of Zelda has been delayed, a community patch for Half-Life 2 gives the game a visual overhaul, Blackrock Mountain heading to Hearthstone this week, and Microsoft is offering double the games to Xbox Live Gold members.


Nintendo working with DeNA to produce games for smartphones

03/17, 8:58am

New games using Nintendo characters heading to mobile devices in future

Game producer Nintendo is finally going to be making more of an effort to produce mobile games for smartphones and tablets. At a press conference streamed earlier today, Nintendo revealed it will be working with gaming company DeNA to create the apps, with the two companies also working together on an "online membership service" that spans across mobile devices and Nintendo's current generation of consoles.


Briefly: Nintendo TVii canceled in Europe, Asus plans smartwatches

02/16, 6:57pm

Nintendo pulls launch of TVii service in Europe over localization issues

Nintendo has scrapped its planned TVii service in Europe, over two years after the Wii U console's launch. The service, which is available in Japan and North America, will not be heading to the continent due to the "extremely complex nature of localizing multiple television services across a diverse range of countries with varied licensing systems," reports Eurogamer. An Anime channel for the Nintendo 3DS will still be available to view.


Hands On: New Nintendo 3DS XL

02/16, 6:22pm

Nintendo delivers a compelling upgrade to its glasses-free 3D gaming platform

If you thought that handheld gaming consoles like those from Nintendo have tanked following the rise of smartphones, you'd be wrong. In fact, following the introduction of the Nintendo 3DS in 2011, Nintendo has shifted over 50 million 3DS or 3DS XL consoles, demonstrating that there is still a large audience that likes physical controls and a deeper gaming experience. Giving its handheld product line a shot in the arm, Nintendo has given both the 3DS and 3DS XL a revamp, bringing some genuinely worthwhile feature upgrades. So does the Nintendo 3DS still warrant your consideration in 2015?


Weekly Game Replay: Nintendo video woes, Joystiq changes, Monopoly

02/08, 9:58pm

News from the gaming industry for the week of February 1

Every Sunday, Electronista and MacNN compile some notable news items from the world of gaming in a bumper post. In this week's edition of Weekly Game Replay, Nintendo's YouTube policy woes, a TV show based on Zelda, and some notable offline game items are overshadowed by the loss of one of the games industry's major news sources.


Weekly Game Replay: Nintendo Direct, H1Z1 launch issues, refunds

01/18, 6:24pm

News from the video game industry for the week of January 11

Every Sunday, Electronista and MacNN compile some of the notable pieces of news in the game industry into one article. In this week's edition of Weekly Game Replay, we look at the numerous announcements from the January 14 Nintendo Direct event, Sony Online Entertainment's (SOE) launch issues and subsequent refund offers for H1Z1, the sale of the Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons to 505 Games, Hotline Miami 2 classification refusal and public declarations from developer, Blizzard hits issues with the name Overwatch, and a launch date is set for Obsidian Entertainment's Pillars of Eternity.


Nintendo 3DS XL release date leaks release date, Majora's Mask

01/13, 11:42pm

Poster leaked online shows release date of February 13

A member of gaming site Neogaf's community has leaked what appears to be aa poster for the new Nintendo 3DS XL. The poster shows a release date of February 13. More tantalizing, however, is the inclusion of two possible launch titles -- one of which is the highly anticipated remake of Nintendo's Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. The game had previously been teased with the more vague window of "Q1 2015," but it now appears to be on track to be included with the 3DS XL.


Weekly Game Replay: Nintendo patent disputes, Ubisoft game fine print

12/28, 6:45pm

News from the video game industry for the week of December 21

Every Sunday, Electronista and MacNN offer up a single article with some of the significant happenings in the video game industry for the previous week. In this edition of the Weekly Game Replay, we take a look at Nintendo winning two patent disputes, the catch with the free game offer for Assassin's Creed Unity issues, new details on Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward, Resident Evil HD cross-buy, and expansion of PlayStation Now to non-Sony devices.


Weekly Game Replay: Nintendo Amiibo issues, The Witcher 3 pushed back

12/14, 8:02pm

News from the video game industry for the week of December 7

Every Sunday, Electronista and MacNN look at some of the bigger news from the game industry over the past week. In this week's look back in Weekly Game Replay, we cover Nintendo's stock and production changes with Amiibo, the delay of The Witcher 3, confirmation of character progress in Destiny carrying over to the next game, Final Fantasy XV's demo being exclusive to Final Fantasy Type-O HD, Paradox halting development of Runemaster, and the return of the maligned Stalker sequel to crowdfunding.


Weekly Game Replay: PlayStation Experience, Assassin's Creed Victory

12/07, 9:38pm

News from the video game industry for the week of November 30

Every Sunday, Electronista and MacNN offer up some of the news direct from the video game world in one article. During this week's Weekly Game Replay, we look at a slew of news from the PlayStation Experience and Game Awards in Las Vegas, the leak of the next Assassin's Creed game, Australian stores pulling Grand Theft Auto 5, a new studio from 2K Games, and gameplay footage from the upcoming Legend of Zelda Wii U game.


Nintendo, Philips settle all court disputes over motion patents

12/04, 5:33pm

Philips to end all lawsuits under terms of the cross-license patent agreement

Those considering picking up a Nintendo console in the near future no longer have cause for concern, as the Japan-based hardware and software developer ended its patent dispute with Philips on December 2. The two companies were locked into an infringement battle over motion technologies used inside of Nintendo's consoles, dating back to 2011, which could conceivably have resulted in a sales ban.


Weekly Game Replay: Strong Nintendo sales, Ubisoft issues DLC apology

11/30, 9:05pm

News from the video game industry for the week of November 23

Every Sunday, Electronista and MacNN sum up some of the news from the gaming industry over the past week in one article. In this week's edition of Weekly Game Replay, we take a look at the strong sales of Super Smash Brothers, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby for Nintendo consoles, Ubisoft's free downloadable content (DLC) and games for botched Assassin's Creed Unity launch, This War of Mine statistics, new Star Citizen funding goals for pets, and upcoming PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Games with Gold releases.


Nintendo updates old emulator patent to target SoC, smartphones

11/30, 6:48pm

Update to 2003 filing focuses on adaption, doesn't mean official emulation coming

Last week, the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) posted a recent patent update from Nintendo. Patent application 20140349751, filed in June 2014, looks to improve upon Nintendo patent 8157654, adding processor-level adaptation for emulators of handheld consoles like the Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advanced. While some fans may take it as a sign that Nintendo is official moving into the smartphone and tablet space, it's more likely done for legal purposes.


Nintendo, Loot Crate team up for Amiibo subscription service

11/11, 1:57pm

Subscription nets recipient 10 Amiibo figures over three deliveries during the holidays

Nintendo and geek-centric mystery subscription service Loot Crate announced they are teaming up to offer a special type of crate in the near future. In a statement from Nintendo, the company divulged that a series of packages are being put together for the upcoming Amiibo figurines that work with games like Super Smash Bros. and the upcoming New 3DS handheld.


Briefly: Majora's Mask gets 3D remake, Halo: MCC smaller download

11/06, 11:40pm

Nintendo 2DS, 3DS get another 3D remake from Legend of Zelda's Nintendo 64 days

During the recent Nintendo Direct it was revealed that the company is updating another Legend of Zelda game for its 3D handhelds. The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask - which was originally released on the Nintendo 64 in 2000 - is coming to the Nintendo 3DS and 2DS in spring 2015. Majora's Mask 3D follows 2011's remake of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D - another game that was originally for the Nintendo 64.


Nintendo working with ResMed on non-contact sleep tracking device

10/30, 6:58am

Planned Nintendo device monitors sleep patterns remotely

Nintendo is jumping on the fitness-related device bandwagon, with the creation of a sleep tracker. The game console producer is working with ResMed, a company which already produces products for the treatment of sleep disorders, to create a device to remotely monitor the user while they sleep, rather than a wearable device.


Nintendo's streak of losses ends, helped by strong Smash Bros. sales

10/29, 7:13pm

Handheld game sells 3.32 million units, propels company to $85 million profit

Nintendo posted surprising figures for it second quarter results for 2014, seeing an $85 million (¥9.25 billion) operating profit. The news comes on mixed analyst projections, with Thomson Reuters Starmine expecting a $33 million (¥3.7 billion) loss and Quick expecting a net profit of $63 million (¥62.4 billion). Nintendo posted a net profit of $222 million (¥24.2 billion) for the period ending September 30.


Nintendo unleashing Amiibo, Super Smash Bros. Wii U in November

10/07, 5:01pm

NFC figures, forth entry in the fighter series coming to the Wii U before the holidays

On the back of worldwide sales of 2.8 million units for Super Smash Bros. on the Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo unveiled the release date for the game on its home console. Super Smash Bros. is coming to the Wii U in North America on November 21, with Europe and Australia sales starting the following week. In addition to Super Smash Bros., Nintendo is offering a bonus release with the first wave of Aiimbo figures on November, along with Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker in December.


Briefly: Spotify launches in Canada, Pokemon TCG reaches iPad

10/01, 5:28am

Spotify opens Canadian streaming service to everyone

Spotify has opened up its service in Canada to all users, following a brief invitational period. The streaming music service boasts over 20 million songs served on 320kbps streams, with chief content officer Ken Parks claiming the collection has been "tailor made for Canadian music fans." Users have the same ad-supported free and paid service options as other regions, with Spotify Premium priced at $10 per month.


Briefly: New blue Xbox 360 bundle, three new 3DS XL editions coming

09/14, 4:40pm

New bundle comes with two games, limited to Wal-Mart, Microsoft Store

Consumers looking for a replacement Microsoft Xbox 360 will have another option coming on October 7, just in time for the holiday shopping season. The new version of the almost nine-year-old console is bathed in blue, adding arctic blue accent pieces on both console and controller. Priced at $250, the Xbox 360 Special Edition Blue Bundle comes with a 500GB hard disk in the console, a month of Xbox Live Gold, Call of Duty: Ghosts and Call of Duty: Black Ops II.


Nintendo reveals 'New' 3DS, 3DS LL with second analog stick

08/29, 9:36am

Updated handheld Nintendo consoles shipping to US, Europe next year

Nintendo is updating its existing 3DS handheld game console, by producing two new versions. Called the New Nintendo 3DS and the New Nintendo 3DS LL, the dual-screen gaming systems offer few in the way of major changes to the existing formula, though both notably add a second analog "C-stick" on the right-hand side, next to Super Nintendo-colored buttons.


Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare skips Wii U, according to developer

08/21, 4:30pm

Next iteration of the Call of Duty franchise skipping the Wii U, last two games on console

Call of Duty fans hoping to play the newest title in the series on the Wii U this year appear to be out of luck. Michael Condrey, co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, said on Thursday that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare wouldn't be coming to the Nintendo console. He added that it "was an Activision decision," with the studio focusing on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.


Nintendo witnesses another rough quarter, posts $92 million loss

07/31, 9:52pm

Strong software sales couldn't halt Nintendo's continued poor performance

After a less-than-optimal performance at the end of the 2014 fiscal year, Nintendo is looking at a rough start to the beginning of its new fiscal year. The game console manufacturer reported that it posted an operating income loss of more than $92 million (9.47 billion yen) during its first quarter of the 2015 fiscal year. Weak console sales and fixed expenses are largely to blame for the loss.


Nintendo loses battle on controller patents against Philips in UK

06/22, 5:15pm

Court rules Nintendo infringed on two of three patents in lawsuit from 2012

Nintendo lost its first court battle against Philips Electronics last week over its use of technology in Wii Remotes and associated consoles. The England and Wales High Court ruled that Nintendo infringed upon two of three patents from Phillips that are based on motion, pointing and gesture controlling. The third patent considered for a potential violation, which is for modeling a body in a virtual environment, was found to be invalid.


Analysis: Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo E3 press events

06/11, 2:55pm

Big Three 2014 E3 presentations complete, who 'won' the showdown?

This week's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) may have been devoid of any significant hardware announcements, but that doesn't mean there was nothing to talk about. Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo all had either live or "canned" press events in the two days leading up to the start of the expo proper, and as with all things, we've got opinions. Electronista writers Mike and Jordan discuss the big-ticket issues that have popped up from the brief look at the future of the "Big Three" console makers.


Nintendo reveals franchise sequels, NFC-equipped models in E3 event

06/10, 1:21pm

Amiibo NFC figurines usable in Nintendo games for new characters, other effects

Nintendo is continuing to focus on its well-known stable of franchises during its E3 event. Opting for a pre-produced YouTube stream instead of a Sony or Microsoft-style live event, the brisk 45-minute show revealed the game producer is still looking for ways for the Wii U to stay relevant to gamers, with the only major hardware announcement of the event involving NFC-equipped figurines.


Nintendo Europe exiting German office, lays off 130 employees

06/08, 2:17pm

European operations consolidated in Frankfurt, redundancy causes layoffs

After three consecutive years of losses, Nintendo is being forced into the position of closing down one of its offices. The gaming company will close down its office in Großostheim, Germany to consolidate its European operations to Frankfurt. In the process, Nintendo will eliminate 130 permanent positions in the company as the two offices consolidate.


Nintendo unveils Wii U converter box for Gamecube controllers

06/01, 5:39pm

USB box allows use of fan favorite Wavebird controllers in upcoming Smash Bros. game

On top of the news that Nintendo would be holding a Super Smash Bros. Invitational at E3 this year, the company has unveiled a new option for controllers on the Wii U. A new USB converter box has been introduced for the console, allowing gamers to play the upcoming Smash Bros. title with a Gamecube controller. Information about the box was dropped in an announcement video containing details on the tournament and later on Twitter.


Nintendo to share ad revenue with YouTube 'Let's Play' creators

05/27, 6:07pm

Decision backtracks on company's previous stance over copyright videos

Console maker Nintendo has changed its mind on the lock down of revenue on "Let's Play" videos on YouTube. Nintendo will be launching an "affiliate program" that will give a share of the ad revenue from videos to the person(s) creating the content. The move comes after content had been flagged and removed from YouTube when Nintendo filed copyright claims on videos that included footage of their games in 2013.



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