6 Features we'd Like to See in Pokemon Go

6 Features we'd Like to See in Pokemon Go

Pokemon Go took the gaming industry and the world by storm when it was released in July this year, quickly overtaking other popular smartphone apps like Tinder, Twitter and Instagram. However, while aspects of the game have improved massively in the months it has been available, with servers lagging first less than when it first debuted, otherwise the game has remained much the same. With the number of players... read more

Does Pokemon GO Mean a New Era of Openness for Nintendo?

Does Pokemon GO Mean a New Era of Openness for Nintendo?

Pokemon GO is, without a doubt, the greatest gaming sensation since the launch of the first iPhone model in 2008. Aside from the fact that it made people actually leave home to play, it could have a much greater impact on the future of Nintendo. Given that Nintendo's most successful game is not one restricted to its own consoles, could signal a change in policies - the Japanese gaming giant might focus a bit more on... read more

The Serious Problem Brewing for Pokemon GO!

The Serious Problem Brewing for Pokemon GO!

It's been just a few days with Pokemon GO and already the game is a smash hit. Whilst most of the conversation around this game is either focusing on the technical hiccups or that one crazy Australian police station, there is a logistical problem that is starting to brew in the augmented reality title. The way the game works is simple. Pokemon spawn, you catch them, you get candy and experience points to level... read more

A day with Pokemon GO Down Under

A day with Pokemon GO Down Under

Adventure awaits.

Nintendo has made it clear that the current theme for their games is Exploration. With the design philosophy of the new Legend of Zelda title clearly rooted in the original ideology of letting players find their own adventure, the return to franchise of Dragon Quest VII, Axiom Verge and Ever Oasis it is... read more

Splatoon's Last Ever Splatfest is Coming

Splatoon's Last Ever Splatfest is Coming

And It's Sister vs. Sister

Splatoon is gearing up for the very final Splatfest, and this one is for all the marbles. Fans will decide once and for all which of the famous squid sisters, Callie or Marie, reigns supreme in Inkopolis. Those with a Nintendo Network ID will also receive emails beginning July 4th asking to vote on which... read more

Watch Dogs review

Watch Dogs review

A Series of Tubes

What can be said about Ubisoft's behemoth release that hasn't already passed off the pens of every critic who covers this storied medium? After all, this was to be harbinger of a new generation's worth of fresh thinking, a hurried farewell to the troubles that plagued major releases of generations past. And... read more

Shantae And The Pirate's Curse review

Shantae And The Pirate's Curse review

Sexy Genie Pirate Romp, Metroid-Vania Style

I suppose that got your attention, did it not? Don't get angry though, because that's exactly what this game is. But in all seriousness, who is Shantae anyway, and why should anybody even care? Well, Shantae is a sadly underrated character who stars in a sadly underrated game series. Shantae And The... read more

Runbow Deluxe announced for retail

Runbow Deluxe announced for retail

On shelves this Fall

Nighthawk Interactive has revealed it will bring independent developer 13AM Games' party platformer Runbow Deluxe to Nintendo's Wii U system and Runbow Pocket Deluxe to the New Nintendo 3DS hand-held system later this year. An updated release of the original Runbow, these new versions include all of the... read more

Antipole DX new screenshots

Antipole DX new screenshots

Antipole DX trailer and screens

Antipole DX trailer and screens

Gravity pulls on everyone

Saturnine Games has released a second trailer for their upcoming gravity-bender Antipole DX - an action platformer on both Wii U and 3DS. Antipole DX is a remake of Antipole, originally released in 2011 on DSiWare, PC and Xbox Live. Antipole DX will feature more levels, online leaderboards, and Miiverse... read more

Axiom Verge new screenshots

Axiom Verge new screenshots

Runny Egg review

Runny Egg review

A scrambled experience

Runny Egg is a simple 2D momentum-based platformer, kind of like the classic Sonic games. It's got a light and cutesy art style, and it's very easy to pick up and play. The first level starts out pretty strong. You've got a bright and green landscape, the music is upbeat and cheery, and our little egg friend... read more

Paranautical Activity new screenshots

Paranautical Activity new screenshots

10 things in Mario Games

10 things in Mario Games

Let's a go

Super Mario first hit gamers' screens in 1981 and he has remained a firm favourite ever since. He first appeared on Donkey Kong but became the protagonist of his own game, Mario Bros., soon after. Since then, Mario has featured in variety of Super Mario Bros. titles as well as countless spin-offs. With a... read more

Frenchy Bird review

Frenchy Bird review

They should have named it Crappy Bird

As I discovered the world of video gaming at a young age, I play all these wonderful new games and always notice where their influences come from. You have games like Call of Duty overtaking Doom in the FPS world thanks to online play, you have Shovel Knight surpassing old games like Super Mario Bros with... read more

Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward review

Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward review

Technically not a game. Twist: That's a good thing.

To call Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward a game is something of a misnomer. Its official branding has elected for the more pompous sounding interactive novel. This description evokes something of an inaccurate fear that the latest in the Zero Escape franchise will be cripplingly mundane. The truth of the... read more

Minecraft: Wii U Edition new screenshots

Minecraft: Wii U Edition new screenshots

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate review

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate review

The best season to hunt

I won't lie; I am a gigantic Monster Hunter fan. I've been playing the games since the very first one back in 2004 on the PlayStation 2, and I'm here to say - after 200 hours of play time - that Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is easily the best game in the series to date. It takes everything Monster Hunter 3... read more
  • December 17th, 2015
  • Jeremy Kanjanapangka
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Blaster Master review

Blaster Master review

Mega Man-Metroid-Castlevania aka Blaster Master

Blaster Master was originally released in the late eighties on the NES. While it was not a huge seller, it was not a flop either. I suppose one could say it was a "cult hit". The game was released by Sunsoft, who at the time of the game's release, were a competitive developer, taking up big licenses to... read more

Gaming with the new Nintendo NX

Gaming with the new Nintendo NX

The next big thing?

Nintendo's Wii U console was not a great success. The console manufacturer can "pride" itself with maybe the worst sales of all of its consoles. Possibly the release came too early after Wii, maybe there was another set of issues that reduced the success of the console - Sony knows, for sure. And so begin... read more

Poker on the Wii

Read 'em and weep

Titles like World Championship Poker and World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champions are a hit on the Wii. Check out poker bonus source, an online guide to playing poker online as well as casino games. The website includes where to play Blackjack with AMEX as well as a variety of payment methods accepted at both poker sites and online casinos.
  • October 19th, 2015

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