Monster Hunter Rise is set to arrive exclusively on Nintendo Switch in March. Here’s why veteran Hunters should be excited...
Monster Hunter Rise Has Everything a Monster Hunter Needs
We take on the latest content for Rainbow Six Siege to give you a post-action report on what we found out in the field...
The Winners and Losers of Rainbow Six Siege Year 6
Shadowlands is set to get its first major content drop, we chat to Blizzard about what's in store and telling stories in the afterlife.
World of Warcraft Shadowlands Unleash the Chains of Domination
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:55pm 08/09/16 | 0 Comments
Earlier today Apple did its annual presentation where it unveiled its latest line of gadgets that made last year's versions look ancient, crusty, and totes like old-school fax machines. Yep, the iPhone 7 is faster, better, and all that. But in a surprise announcement Nintendo's own Shigeru Miyamoto took to the stage to announce 'Super Mario Run' for iOS. A Mario-themed runner with simple controls and that unmistakable Nintendo charm.

Check it out.



This is a pretty big deal for Nintendo, as after years of shying away from traditional mobile gaming this is very much a Super Mario iPhone game. One overseen by Shigeru Miyamoto, and one that simplifies the series' traditional precision platforming to a one-handed touch-based affair.

How this will impact Mario's legacy remains to be seen. And with the Nintendo NX rumoured to be a portable mobile hybrid, could this affect how that system is ultimately perceived? Either way Super Mario Run is probably too simple an experience to be anything but a fun, Nintendo created diversion on the iPhone when it launches in December.



super marioshigeru miyamotoapplemobile gamingnintendorevealedios





Latest Comments
No comments currently exist. Be the first to comment!
Commenting has been locked for this item.