I don’t think that Disney cares enough about games or their history with them to “vault” and “un-vault” some of the classics they’ve produced, but if they did, The Disney Afternoon Collection would be the company’s biggest un-vaulting yet. Capcom announced today that six of Disney’s classics will be released next month in a single collection, with titles spanning familiar franchises from the 80’s and 90’s.
The biggest draw of the switch is potential. We have a platform that exists as both a home console and a viable handheld. If Nintendo and its partners take advantage of this strength, we could end up with the most diverse and resilient gaming platform ever made.
Breath of the Wild Spoilers do not follow. There are few secrets in our Internet-fueled society. If someone wants to learn about you, you are only a few mouse clicks away. If a movie that came out fifty years ago is bad, there is in depth discussion of its faults somewhere. Should a celebrity take […]
Update: Clarification of Tatsumi Kimishima’s statement has surfaced today, and it seems the quotes regarding a “successor” to the 3DS were incorrectly interpreted by the original source. The quotes that appeared online yesterday were pulled from a Japanese newspaper, Kyoto Shinbun. The newspaper lifted the quotes from a recent Corporate Management Policy Briefing and Financial […]
Nintendo’s latest console has been officially revealed and detailed, leaving a strong impression on those who watched the presentation. The hardware is very promising, and could result in a wonderful few years for Nintendo. The only thing left for Nintendo to do is properly support the console with compelling titles to ensure it has a […]