With the recent announcement that Universal is working on a Nintendo-based theme park, Jordan can’t stop dreaming of what a real Nintendo Land will be like.
Jordan is having computer troubles this week and can’t help bu to compare it to Pokemon.
With the announcement that Lucas will be joining Super Smash Bros., fans are allowed to vote on the next entry and there’s a strong candidate in Bayonetta.
We review The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, which picks up after The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time as the child hero Link embarks on a journey to find a lost friend. Is this one a must-have for 3DS owners?
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.
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.
By Tyler Lee At a recent earnings briefing, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata announced Nintendo’s plans for their own online network to compete with Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network. Known as the Nintendo Network, it will be compatible with the Wii U and the 3DS. From the discussion, it appears that the Nintendo Network, like Xbox Live and PSN, will offer communication between users as well as the ability to purchase digital content. The community system featured in Mario Kart 7 was used as a sort of model for the Nintendo Network. Unlike the WiFi system used by Nintendo now, … Continue reading Nintendo Breaks into the Online Network Race
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword shows the strengths of both the excellent series and the Wii Console. It’s a breathtakingly good adventure game that’s dripping in style and charm.
The Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition is packed with many extras, like a soundtrack, ringtones for your phone and a fine collection of Mario games. Its just plain super.
Although I am more partial to the Game Boy Advance than I am to the GameCube, I have wanted to see a fresh, unique GBA alternative to all the SNES ports that have plagued the system. The closest I was able to get to before was Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow, but even that is becoming redundant. Leave it to the company who made the GBA to solve my dilemma. Before leaving for E3 I read a review in Electronic Gaming Monthly for a title called Warioware Inc. Considering the pictures that were used in the review, including a black and … Continue reading GBA addict maker