Now here's a lucky break for some kids in Japan: Sankei reports that in January, ten elementary and middle schools in Osaka are going to be requiring their students to have a Nintendo DS. Better still, the school board is going to be the one distributing them, and the students will be using a variety of software to aid them in their education. Read More
Okay, say what you will about Nintendo; the games they release, that they took so long to bring Club Nintendo over, whatever. One cannot dispute that in spite of the things which may get under a fan's skin, Nintendo displays a great loyalty to its customers.
Last week, we heard the story of one customer and Kombo reader who had been experiencing difficulties with the Club Nintendo program, and was rewarded for his inconvenience with additional Coins for his account.
Now, a GoNintendo reader has had a much more profound experience with the assistance Nintendo is willing to offer. Read More
While I'm sure we've all been pestered by our local GameStop at one time or another to plunk down the $15 for a Game Informer subscription and the Edge card that comes with it, the video game retailer is switching gears a little bit this time around with its latest magazine promotion featuring year-long deals with Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire, which will more than likely look to target the female gamers out there.
Check out the details after the cut. Read More
September 25, 2008 UBISOFT'S MY SAT COACH WITH THE PRINCETON REVIEW AVAILABLE IN STORES NOW Today Ubisoft announced that My SAT Coach with The Prince Read More
In an interesting twist (I guess, maybe they do this all the time, and I never noticed), Nintendo has released their US game line-up for the second half of 2008 and into 2009... to Europe.
Some highlights included on the list are Spider-Man: Web of Shadows, Call of Duty World at War, Guitar Hero World Tour, Skate It, Mushroom Men, two Star Wars games, Animal Crossing: City Folk, Mario Super Sluggers, Sonic Unleashed, Ghostbusters, and quite a bit more.
Better still, Nintendo says that this is an "incomplete" list, meaning more titles could sneak their way into the lineup. Here's hoping more from the Big N themselves.
For the full bill of goods (as it stands), both good and bad, click the jump. Read More