Nintendo has recently registered for 1080, a classic snowboarding game release back in 1988. 1080 Snowboarding franchise did well on N64 and GameCube. December 18, 2017, the company applied for 1080 trademark, so with this news roaming around, we can expect 1080 Snowboarding to reboot or remaster games like N96 and 1080 Avalanche. 1080 Snowboarding was originally launched in 1998, since then the franchise has developed a lot of games snowboarding games like N64 and its sequel 1080 Avalanche on the Gamecube. Both games were quite good as an arcade-style snowboarding game. 1080 Snowboarding trademark by Nintendo Pixelpar a renowned gamer shared this via Twitter. Nintendo has filed a trademark registration for 1080° Ten Eighty. 1080° Snowboarding was first released on N64 in 1998, hitting the Wii's Virtual Console 10 years later (in 2008). The sequel "1080° Avalanche" was released on GameCube in 2003. pic.twitter.com/VJ8wcesbv8 — Pixelpar (@pixelpar) January 9, 2018 … [Read more...] about Nintendo Trademark For 1080 Snowboarding
Four days from today, Nintendo's latest console will go on sale. A little over four years since the launch of Wii U, a little over four months since Nintendo announced Switch, and to many, the system seems like a breath of fresh air — a game console Transformer full of potential with a steady stream of software to back it up. To some, though, the system seems incomplete. From early reports of controllers that don't properly sync to a limited launch lineup, a lack of non-game apps like Netflix, a missing Virtual Console library and lingering questions about the online service, there's a simplicity to Switch's launch that recalls the '90s — Zelda is Mario 64, and if you don't want that or a few other games, you might not need the system right away. In time, Nintendo will address those issues. Yet more than most consoles, Switch remains a bit of a mystery at launch. Are motion controls going to be a big part of it? What type of player will Switch developers cater to? And will … [Read more...] about What the game industry thinks of Nintendo’s Switch
The Sega Genesis Flashback is an attempt to capture a seemingly new, or at least reinvigorated, market while also not being too ambitious. At $80, the same price as the Super Nintendo Classic Edition, the Genesis Flashback struggles to approximate the user experience of Nintendo’s throwback. Instead, it tries to best it with back-of-the-box bullet points that, while impressive sounding, do little to cement its superiority. Last year’s NES Classic Edition upended the low-end plug ‘n play console market, long dominated by a company called AtGames, which is responsible for the Atari and Genesis consoles littering checkout aisles everywhere. AtGames has been at this for a long time, but the low price is about the only thing easy to recommend on one of its consoles. Still, the company doesn’t have trouble moving units over the holidays. But when the NES Classic Edition happened, AtGames needed a response. HARDWARE The hardware is where the Sega Genesis Flashback … [Read more...] about Sega Genesis Flashback HD review
Contributors: Polygon Staff Nintendo had a slew of announcements up its sleeve for today's Nintendo Direct presentation, including a reveal of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD for Wii U and a surprise guest character for Super Smash Bros. that no one saw coming. For a handy round-up of today's announcements, check out Polygon's StoryStream. … [Read more...] about Nintendo Direct November 2015: From Twilight Princess HD to Cloud in Smash Bros.