Michael didn’t even remember this week’s game existed until he spotted it in his collection collecting dust. Star Fox Assault slouched into this week’s Retro Game Friday.
Michael got to play this game for free because he visited Nintendo’s North American HQ. It’s time to ground pound some sense into his past self for the choice he made in picking Wario World (Gamecube Edition) in this week’s Retro Game Friday.
Every Wii U owner should be happy to add Hyrule Warriors to their collection. It mixes gameplay from several favorites including Zelda and Dynasty Warriors to form a unique combat-intensive battler.
Are you ready for some gaming? Hopefully so, because the autumn release season is in full swing. Chella surveys the field and picks out the top six titles that no gamer should be without in the coming few months.
With a somewhat subdued E3 Expo 2014, Chella still manages to find the best bits from the show, and reveals quite a few pretty cool gems that are not to be missed. Stop by and see if you sync up with Chella this week on what you are dying to play in 2014.
Mario Kart 8 is one of the most visually stunning games to ever come out for the Wii U console. Beyond that, there is no lag and the control is responsive and fun, even in the middle of a storm of driving mayhem. It’s easily a Wii U must have title.
Todd watched all of the major press conferences from Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, Ubisoft and Electronic Arts. He brings us his take on what it all means, and picks an overall winner for E3 2014.
Another E3 Expo has rolled in on us again as the 2014 show opens its doors. To kick things off, Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo pulled back the curtains to show what they will be planning for us in the next year.
Intended to be a sequel to Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light, the newly translated Bravely Default shows us the good side of Japanese-based RPGs at a time when their popularity is seemingly waning.
Legend of Zelda: Link Between Worlds on the Nintendo 3DS has a lot of what made 2D Zelda titles worthwhile while still introducing new aspects and features to keep players interested. It’s about as perfect as a sequel gets.