It's been over 20 years since the release of the original Pokemon Red and Blue, but people are still messing around with the games to discover new glitches and exploits. It's incredible.
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Last week, Super Smash Bros. 4 legend Gonzalo Barrios ("ZeRo") declared that Bayonetta is the best character in the game right now. Since early last year, Bayonetta has gone from a despised, over-powered monster to a big question mark and, now, apparently, a balanced but elite pick.
There's a lot of reasons to love the Nintendo 3DS, but StreetPass will always hold a special place in my heart. This function allows you to swap Miis with other 3DS users who pass you by, and then use them in cute minigames. The anticipation of new passes made a lot of things more tolerable for me, especially one of my boring part time jobs.
Yesterday's Nintendo financial report revealed that Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U sold 3.43 million fewer copies than the same game on the 3DS. It's a surprising discrepancy considering that Smash 4 is the franchise's first handheld incarnation and the game has traditionally been played on a home console.
A couple of months after Sun and Moon's release, one monster has appeared on 40 per cent of the best-performing teams in the competitive Pokemon scene: Celesteela, the ultra beast. Celesteela's schtick: Becoming a "wall" against opponents, and surviving attacks for very a long time. And yet, for all her popularity, Celesteela's antic of slowing matches to a crawl can be a frustrating for players and spectators alike.