Wooden Sen'SeY review

Wooden Sen'SeY review

The game that wants you to die

There are gamers out there who just want to relax and unwind when playing a video game. These gamers don't go out of their way to seek out the hardest games possible, and just want to have a nice, pleasant experience with their games. And of course, there are the gamers who love to be challenged to the... read more

Sonic the Hedgehog (SMS) review

Sonic the Hedgehog (SMS) review

One of the Sega Master System's better games

The difference between those early days and Sonic's latter days are incredible. Sonic 06 came out the same year as Sonic and the Secret Rings, one of them was OK, one of them was awful, perhaps one of the worst games ever made. Compare that with Sonic the Hedgehog (the Genesis and Master System versions),... read more
  • July 24th, 2014
  • Jonathan Ashley Moore
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Steel Empire new screenshots

Steel Empire new screenshots

Steel Empire on 3DS eShop next week

Steel Empire on 3DS eShop next week

A load of bullets

Publishers Teyon are set to bring Steel Empire out next week, on July 31st. Originally released on the Sega Genesis and Game Boy Advance, it features retro gameplay and a lot of bullets. Here's a trailer to whet your appetite: Steel Empire is priced at quite a hefty $29.99 - we hope to have a... read more

Interview with Michael Aschenbrenner

Interview with Michael Aschenbrenner

RCMADIAX boss talks about Blok Drop U

After having a go of the indie title Blok Drop U I decided to get in touch with the creator for my first video game related interview. Michael Aschenbrenner is a busy man and also a hard working one at that with his company RCMADIAX, so it's great that he has answered some questions for us. If you have... read more

Super Toy Cars review

Super Toy Cars review

Playing with your toys has never been so super

When you hear about a video game titled Super Toy Cars, do you really expect anything more than worthless shovelware? The kind of game that moms buy their kids just because it seemed "cute", without having any prior knowledge about the game? It's a safe bet to say that most of us would, and it's what I... read more

Master Reboot new screenshots

Master Reboot new screenshots

I am an Air Traffic Controller Airport Hero Hawaii review

I am an Air Traffic Controller Airport Hero Hawaii review

The Men Who Stare at Planes

Alright, kiddies, gather around, Griffin's going to tell you whippersnappers a story. It was years ago, when your old pal G-Money had first joined the Boy Scouts of America. My Troop was at Hondo Air Base learning about planes and trying to lay claim to the MacGuffin that was the Aviation merit badge.... read more

The power gloves add some killer moves!

The power gloves add some killer moves!

The latest Hyrule Warriors footage

The Legend of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors crossover title, Hyrule Warriors, is fast approaching and it's looking better and better each time we see footage of the game. Check out this brand new gameplay video below and get excited! Hyrule Warriors will bring some action to the Wii U consoles on... read more

Casino games on Wii

Casino games on Wii

Gaming consoles have a huge variety of games available for every category of player. Or do they? There is a single game category that is not available for Wii (as far as I know - if I'm mistaken, please feel free to correct me in a comment) - real money online casino games. Stop, you might say, as real money games are not video games at all, but a bunch of evil pieces of software designed to take your money away.... read more

Living in 8-bit

Living in 8-bit

A journey through the NES, SMS and GB

I have no idea why I did it, but I thought it would be fun to take one whole year dedicated to a generation. So this year it's the 8-bit generation, the front-runners being the Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Master System and Game Boy. Next year will be the 16-bit, introducing the Super Nintendo and... read more

Wii U 5.1.0 System Update Released

Wii U 5.1.0 System Update Released

Transfer data between separate consoles

Nintendo has released a new system update for all Wii U systems today. This updates the firmware to version 5.1.0. A new feature included gives the ability to transfer data between two Wii U systems. You can also browse the Wii U Nintendo eShop using a Wii Remote, Wii U Pro Controller, or Classic... read more

Pokemon Rumble Blast review

Pokemon Rumble Blast review

Now we need David Attenborough to narrate over this.

We all get rather curious about spin-off titles of some of the biggest games on the planet. These spin-offs mainly consist of different gameplay compared to its main base of gaming operations. Some people see them as ideas to make a quick buck, others see it as a new gateway to something wonderful. With... read more

Aonuma Talks New Zelda

Aonuma Talks New Zelda

Wants the next Zelda to be "vast"

Whilst Hyrule Warriors is getting a decent amount of coverage, the new main-series Zelda game is talked about less infrequently. Through Nintendo's Japanese site (and unfortunately in Japanese itself), Eiji Aonuma's words have been translated roughly to explain a little about the new Zelda project - when... read more
  • July 22nd, 2014
  • Jonathan Ashley Moore
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Tetris Ultimate new screenshots

Tetris Ultimate new screenshots

Evofish review

Evofish review

Will leave you wanting

I'll admit, when I grabbed Evofish from the eShop, I was excited. I remember playing a game in my elementary school's computer lab that involved creating a fish and trying to survive in the Great Barrier Reef with it, earning points to "evolve" your fish, making it faster, bigger, or even giving it poisonous... read more

Rayman Legends review

Rayman Legends review

Shut up and take my lums!

When it comes nailing the platformer genre to be fun for both single and multiplayer, Ubisoft has truly come around with the release of Rayman Legends. From my hours of playing it, I felt nothing but amazed at the gorgeous looking environments, character animation, clever and well thought out level design.... read more

Swords & Soldiers HD review

Swords & Soldiers HD review

A strange but fun adventure

Swords & Soldiers HD is a side-scrolling real-time strategy game in the vein of a Saturday morning cartoon. It offers a mixed bag of fun and camp rolled all into one and makes sure not to take itself too seriously. Three factions are playable: Vikings, Aztecs, and Imperial Chinese. The campaign mode offers... read more

GAIABREAKER new screenshots

GAIABREAKER new screenshots

Is There Too Much Fire Emblem in Super Smash Bros?

Is There Too Much Fire Emblem in Super Smash Bros?

No, and here's why...

It was Friday morning, during my daily routine of neglecting my day job to scroll through the latest video game headlines, that I learned a new Super Smash Bros character reveal was heading our way. I took a moment to flip through my mental catalog of previous announcements, comparing who had already been... 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. Both onlineroulette.com and www.bestonlinecasinos.com offer players reviews of the leading online casinos, however the roulette website caters specifically to players that want to improve their roulette game. Gaming in online casinos is fun and sometimes profitable.
  • July 17th, 2014

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