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Free plays are often handed out in Nintendo Badge Arcade. But what happens when users decide not to spend cash on extras? What happens to that poor bunny? We explore that idea – and poke some fun at it – in our new comic below.

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Nintendo made an announcement a couple of weeks ago that not many saw coming. In November, the company will be bringing back the NES. Nintendo is readying a mini version of its classic console as a plug-and-play device under the name “Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition”.

The NES Classic Edition will cost $60, but you’re getting quite a lot for that price. 30 games are included in the box, meaning its $2 for each one. There are some absolute classics in there such as Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, and much more.

How’s everyone feeling about the NES Classic Edition? Will you be picking up one come November? Would you be interested in seeing Nintendo adopt the same idea for some other older systems? Tell us your thoughts below!

Highlights from last week’s topic: Pokemon GO

[Let’s Talk] Pokemon GO

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Pokemon GO has been out in United States, Australia, and New Zealand for over a week. The UK’s release took place a few days ago, and 26 new countries just joined in on the fun today. Now that Pokemon GO is available in a bunch of territories, now’s a good as time as ever to talk about it.

Obviously Pokemon GO a massively hot topic right now. It’s definitely invaded the mainstream, and we’re even seeing it covered by notable news outlets.

So how’s everyone feeling about Pokemon GO? Have you had a chance to try it out? If so, what do you think of it thus far? Are there are improvements/features you’d like to see? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

Highlights from last week’s topic: What are you playing? – July 2016

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Ted and Bowser’s adventure continues! King Boo took over Bowser in our last comic, but things won’t stay like that for long.

Let’s continue the story…

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Missed out on the previous parts of the story? Get caught up with our comics here!

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System: 3DS
Release date: July 15, 2016
Developer: Capcom
Publisher Capcom


The more that I sit down and think about it, the Monster Hunter series has always been in this kind of gray area for me. I’ve never quite held it as one of my favorite franchises, but since I’ve discovered it, I’ve undoubtedly sank hundreds of hours into the various entries. With every new game there’s always new monsters, tasks, weapons and worlds to explore, so saying that I wasn’t excited to spend a ton more time on Monster Hunter Generations would be a straight up lie. Having said that, will this title be a great enough collection of the series’ best to change my outlook and finally put it into my favorites list, or will it just give off the same one note impression it’s always left on me?

[Review] 7th Dragon III Code: VFD

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System: 3DS
Release date: July 12, 2016
Developer: SEGA
Publisher SEGA


Over 80 years have passed since the terrible events of the year 2020, where Tokyo was left severely dilapidated by the vicious attacks of Dragons. To some, it is just a legend, seeing as there weren’t very many survivors. But to others, it is a very serious issue in which an organization known as ISDF want to prevent future attacks, as well as travel through time with the help of some trainees who win a Dragon-hunting simulation contest to put a stop to these monsters for good. In a world where Dragons were thought to be practically extinct, Tokyo gets a very bad wakeup call in which no more time can be wasted. With eight classes and a variety of moves and teams to make, 7th Dragon III: Code VFD puts you in charge of ridding the world of these Dragons and saving humanity once and for all.

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A new month is here! We’ve just entered July, so that means we want to know what you’ve been playing. Have you started up something entirely new for the month? Or maybe you’re continuing something you started a little while back? Whatever the case, let us know in the comments below!

Highlights from last week’s topic: Zelda: Breath of the Wild reaction and Nintendo’s E3

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We’re back with the latest part of Ted and Bowser’s adventure with our new comic. Things are starting to head for a conclusion, but it looks like Ted’s about to find himself in a whole of trouble.

Here’s the new comic:

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We’d like to thank キロ for the gen 1 rules joke!

Missed out on the previous parts of the story? Get caught up with our comics here!

[Review] Zero Time Dilemma

Posted 1 month ago by in 3DS, Reviews | 17 Comments | 1 Likes

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System: 3DS
Release date: June 28, 2016
Developer: Spike Chunsoft
Publisher Aksys Games


To start our review, if you’re already a fan of the Zero Escape series, then I recommend that you stop reading beyond this paragraph. Zero Time Dilemma is very much a new Zero Escape game, despite some alterations to the formula. I won’t spoil anything in the review, but I do recommend going in knowing as little as possible if you can help it. If you enjoyed Zero Time Dilemma’s predecessors, then you’ll feel right at home here, even with the slightly revised formula.

[Review] Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE

Posted 1 month ago by in Reviews, Wii U | 17 Comments | 1 Likes

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System: Wii U
Release date: June 24, 2016
Developer: Atlus
Publisher Nintendo


At the dawn of the new year in 2013, Nintendo fans looked forward to another Nintendo Direct, giving us tons of announcements and games to anticipate in the coming months, as well as future development projects. One of the mystery titles revealed shocked many enthusiasts of the RPG genre. Of course, that was the surprise crossover between Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem – two very different franchises at heart, but ones that share a connection with their deep character development, in-depth gameplay, and memorable experiences. All we had at the time was some character art shown between the long running entries of both series, but other than that and a confirmation of Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem in the works, fans were left in the dark for well over a year afterwards. By that point, most assumed the game had been cancelled. Now in 2016, not only is the crossover nearly here, but Shin Megami Tensei mixing with Fire Emblem is a match made in heaven.

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