January 25, 2018

January 25th Nintendo Download

Posted on January 25, 2018 by Jason Nason

Nintendo Switch eShop

Celeste – Brave hundreds of hand-crafted challenges in this super-tight platformer, as you help Madeline survive her journey to the top of Celeste Mountain. The controls are simple and accessible, but with layers of expressive depth to master, and every death is a lesson. Lightning-fast respawns keep you climbing as you uncover the mysteries of the mountain and brave its many perils.

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Jurassic World: Evolution Trailer Shows Off The Triceratops

Posted on January 25, 2018 by Joshua Rust

Growing up with the Jurassic Park franchise, I won’t deny that my nostalgia got the best of me when this game was first announced. Previously, if you wanted to build your own dinosaur park you’d have to go back to Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis on the PC, Xbox, PS2.  For those of you who may be worried about the quality of this game, let me assure you that the studio behind this game, Frontier Developments, has tons of experience with simulation games such as: Zoo Tycoon, Kinectimals, and ScreamRide.

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Your February Xbox Games With Gold Titles Are Revealed

Posted on January 25, 2018 by Joshua Rust

With February fast approaching, Microsoft has just revealed its Games With Gold lineup. Offering over $69 in value this month and 3200 Gamerscore for you achievement hunters out there. The month will start off with Shadow Warrior, followed by the second side scrolling Assassin’s Creed game, India. Also are two Xbox 360 games that are backwards compatible. One being a long time classic!

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Nintendo To End Service For Miitomo As of May 9th

Posted on January 25, 2018 by Rae Michelle Richards

Spend those game tickets while you’ve got them and answer any unanswered questions waiting for you in Miitomo because Nintendo has announced that service for the online social networking-like app will end on May 9th of this year. Launching Miitomo after 5/9/2018 will result in a general message appearing on your screen informing you that service for Miitomo has ended. 

Here is a quick list of things you won’t be able to do after Miitomo shuts down: 

  • Transfer Miis from Miitomo to your Nintendo Account. 
  • Use the MiiPhoto feature to create custom images. 
  • Play games for prizes using game tickets. 
  • Answer or ask questions. 
  • Customize your Mii. 
  • Acquire new accessories and clothing options for your Mii. 

Miitomo launched in March of 2016 and the little avatars took the internet by storm, perhaps for the second time – the first being the popularity of the original Wii back in 2006. Mash-up images of user’s Miis posing with celebrity look-alikes, Nintendo executives like Shigeru Miyamoto and personal friends popped up all over social media. 

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Usage for Miitomo must be down, although no official numbers have been provided by Nintendo – anecdotally, I’ve had the app installed since launch and haven’t seen any notifications from it since the launch of Pokemon Go.  

Do you still use Miitomo? Let us know in the comments section. RIP Miitomo March 2016 – May 2018. 

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