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Nintendo Direct E3 2015 Coverage

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Nintendo Direct E3 2015 Coverage

Welcome back to Pixelated Geek’s coverage of E3 2015 – We’re on the third day of consecutive E3 Coverage, and the conference hasn’t even officially begun. First up today is Nintendo at

Pixelated Geek’s James Huneycutt and JJ Crass will bring you the latest breaking news, leaks, and speculation regarding the Nintendo Direct E3 2015 Press Briefing, beginning at 11:45AM EST/8:45AM PST. We’ll be providing live-blog feedback and coverage of the show as it progresses starting at 12:00pm EST/9:00AM PST, and we’ll return with a recap of the most important events from the show immediately thereafter.

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June 2015’s Smash Bros Nintendo Direct Does Not Disappoint

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June 2015’s Smash Bros Nintendo Direct Does Not Disappoint

On the morning of June 14th 2015, Nintendo dropped a Direct that focused solely on Smash Bros for WiiU and 3DS.  In it, series creator Masahiro Sakurai confirmed rumors about the addition of not just one character, but three additional characters. Not only that, he also confirmed additional stages and Mii fighter costumes. A whole lot of information was dropped so I’m going to take the time to detail everything you need to know. Just hit the jump and we can begin! Read On

Review: Hyrule Warriors

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Review: Hyrule Warriors

Have you ever had a day where you wished you could play a mash-up of games that you particularly enjoy? Well, ladies and gentlemen, I have the game for you! Hyrule Warriors is a mixture of the ever-popular Legend of Zelda series and the beat ‘em up version of Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Dynasty Warriors. And it plays exactly as you might imagine it, Dynasty Warriors with a Legend of Zelda skin on it.

Considering the repetitive nature of the Warriors series, can a dose of Zelda make this game worth a purchase? Hit the jump to learn more!

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Pokémon Alpha & Omega get new Megas and a Shiny

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Pokémon Alpha & Omega get new Megas and a Shiny

While I’ve been playing Pokémon most of my gaming career, no title has left me with such positive vibes quite like Pokémon X & Y. So much so that I’ve already pre-ordered the upcoming Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby. Now, I didn’t think I could be anymore pumped but more and more details are being released about the title. Even better are a few surprises Gamestop and Nintendo have for you.

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Nintendo Directs its attention to Bayonetta

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Nintendo Directs its attention to Bayonetta


In Nintendo’s latest Nintendo Direct, Bayonetta took the spotlight as we received a slew of information about the latest installment in the non-stop action series. The controversial main character, Bayonetta, returns for another action packed adventure. This time, however, she’ll being returning exclusively on the Nintendo’s WiiU. For those who haven’t had a chance to play the original title, don’t fret, as retail versions of Bayonetta 2 will be coming packed with the first game for $59.99. But if you want to go all digital, you can buy Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 for a total of $59.98. Read On

Nintendo bringing the Holiday Fun

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Nintendo bringing the Holiday Fun

With the next-gen console war in full swing and the PS4 in first place, the biggest question is: who’s going to be number 2? Before E3 2014, it was assumed that Xbox One might have a trick up their sleeve to either knock the PS4 off it’s perch or something to solidify 2nd place.

While Nintendo certainly brought their A Game to E3, they took it a step further with this year’s holiday release list and some surprises which truly make me want to pick up a Wii U.

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[E3 2014] Hands On – When Harvest Moon meets Minecraft

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[E3 2014] Hands On – When Harvest Moon meets Minecraft

I find Harvest Moon a fascinating game, as it continues to survive the onslaught of various Facebook Farming games.

After the last iteration (Harvest Moon A New Beginning for the 3DS) it seemed  Natsume had found the sweet spot. Its mix of both farming and customization led me to wonder what innovations or direction the next Harvest Moon would take. During our floor coverage of E3 2014 I was given a behind the scenes look of the newest version Harvest Moon Lost Valley. Which promised taking customization to the next level.

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