Nintendo revealed that the NES–which was originally released in the 1980s–is returning to stores. The NES Classic Edition will launch on November 11 with 30 bundled games. The NES Classic Edition will cost $60. It plugs directly into your TV using an included HDMI cable. As for the games, there are 30 in all, including classics like Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Donkey Kong, Pac-Man, and Kirby’s Adventure. The NES Classic Controller, when connected to a Wii Remote, can also be used to play Virtual Console NES game on Wii U or Wii.
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I had the pleasure of reviewing one of Activations’ newest games known as Skylanders Swap Force. This game is the third installment of the series and is a sequel to the the Skylanders Giants. Swap Force has the same grab and go characters where you can play as whichever character you like and however you want to play like. Now the main thing in this game is the swap force characters themselves. What’s cool about them is that you can take a swap force character and switch either the top or bottom half of them and switch it with the top or bottom of another swap force character. For example you like the attacks for rattle shake and the teleporting power of hoot loop well then switch them around and now you have rattle loop so your able to have the best of both worlds.
4K Media Inc. announced aswell that it is creating a line of the games using the WizKids HeroClix and Dice Building Game platform, Quarriors, featuring the Yu-Gi-Oh! Classic animated library. Under the agreement, WizKids will produce a line of games based on the beloved animated series that first aired eleven years ago. The first HeroClix release will feature approximately 50 collectible HeroClix figures released with a two player Starter and Booster expansion packs. The product is expected to hit the market later this year with additional sets being released throughout 2014. Yu-Gi-Oh! HeroClix and Dice Building Games will be available at specialty, hobby and comic book stores worldwide excluding Asia.
4K Media Inc., the newly formed, wholly owned subsidiary of Konami Digital Entertainment, announced that it is making available for license, for the first time, artwork from its world record setting trading card game. NECA is the first licensee to take advantage of this newest opportunity for the Yu-Gi-Oh! brand. Under the agreement, NECA will produce action figures, headknockers, collectible replicas, puzzles, jewelry, posters, calendars and accessories utilizing artwork from the ever popular Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game.