10-in-1: Arcade Collection review

10-in-1: Arcade Collection review

A reminder that there is something to be said for name brands...

The 10-in-1: Arcade Collection from Gamelion, available for download in the Nintendo 3DS eShop, is a set of re-imagined classic games meant as a throwback to the good old days of the arcade (though unfortunately it doesn't include any actual arcade games). These simple time wasters, with such creative names... read more

Interview with IronFall developers VD-dev

Interview with IronFall developers VD-dev

Start your engines

IronFall seems like a promising title on the Nintendo 3DS eShop, showing off some technical aspects worth a second glance. We spoke with VD-dev's Frederic Zimmer for more information: Daniel Scheid: For those who may not be familiar with VD-dev, can you tell me a little about the history of the... read more

Secret Mysteries in New York new screenshots

Secret Mysteries in New York new screenshots

IronFall new screenshots

IronFall new screenshots

Super Metroid review

Super Metroid review

"Super" would be an understatement.

Super Metroid was recently brought to Wii U's Virtual Console, and I am glad that Nintendo released this one so quickly in the console's lifespan. Back in the early to mid 90s, the SNES's heyday, Nintendo and 3rd parties tended to put the word "Super" before anything, while many games bearing this word... read more

Sonic Lost World review

Sonic Lost World review

A new spin on speedy platforming.

Sonic Lost World is a new step forward for SEGA's iconic blue hedgehog. Sporting a drastically different design and control scheme this game is bound to turn some heads. Taking a spiritual cue from the likes of Super Mario Galaxy, Sonic no longer runs across simple flat worlds. Most levels are based around a... read more

Rage of the Gladiator review

Rage of the Gladiator review

Punch-Out! Gladiator-style.

Rage of the Gladiator has you beating Greek mythology foes in sort of a Punch-Out style, except with magic. You take control of Prince Gracius of Avalance, a gladiator who has been put into a prison for killing his father (he was framed I tells ya!). His torture is your entertainment as he is put in an... read more

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD review

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD review

Waking up the Wii U.

At first, I was thrilled to hear that Nintendo was planning on the release of a high-def remake of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. I immediately started thinking "What are they going to add to this game?" Perhaps some new dungeons, new characters and weapons? Voice acting? I soon found out that it... read more

Pokemon X review

Pokemon X review

Pokemon undergoes its biggest evolution yet.

Game Freak have what might be one of the most challenging jobs in the industry. How delicate a procedure it must be to move their astronomically successful franchise onto the most modern of the handhelds - the one that warrants the biggest aesthetic and innovative upgrade from its games - without spoiling a... read more

Hometown Story new screenshots

Hometown Story new screenshots

Escape From Zombie City review

Escape From Zombie City review

When you just can't get enough zombies.

Escape From Zombie City is a throwback to the glory days of arcade gaming. The time when most games were focused on how they could get more quarters from the players instead of allowing them to get to the ending. Escape From Zombie City feels like Ikari Warriors with an SNK art style feel. Taking control... read more

SteamWorld Dig review

SteamWorld Dig review

Your mission: Review Steamworld Dig without mentioning Minecraft.

SteamWorld Dig is a follow-up to Image & Form's SteamWorld: Tower Defense, which arrived on DSiWare back in the summer of 2010. Although it takes place in the same world as its predecessor, SteamWorld Dig controls like a platform game, the objective is mining, and the emergent gameplay makes it an... read more

Tangram Style review

Tangram Style review

Oppan Tangram Style!

When Nintendo found a new level of success back in 2004/2005 with the DS, they (and the other companies who developed for it) were plunged headfirst into the emerging realm that was the casual gaming market. Despite this however, these potentially treacherous and extremely uncharted waters never phased the... read more

Heavy Fire: Black Arms 3D review

Heavy Fire: Black Arms 3D review

Can you survive?

Heavy Fire: Black Arms 3D is a former WiiWare title now for the 3DS that is good at grabbing your attention. With a fun type of gameplay right from the start, it is easy to immediately want to go on missions and complete your tasks. However, it doesn't have the ability to keep and hold your attention for... read more

Super Ghouls N Ghosts review

Super Ghouls N Ghosts review

A challenging, but scary good time.

Nintendo and Capcom re-released this beast of a game in May. Now that Halloween is around the corner, it seems fitting to play a game centered around a man who fights monsters, demons, and various form of the undead in hopes of saving his sweetheart who is sadly stolen away by a devil in the game's... read more

Mystery Murders: The Sleeping Palace new screenshots

Mystery Murders: The Sleeping Palace new screenshots

Pokemon Rumble U review

Pokemon Rumble U review

Worth a rumble?

I bought this game with hesitation. I know that its predecessor on the Wii was a fun little game, but this one just looked like a cash grab to me. Truthfully, it is, but it's also fun if you're willing to try out the near-field communication functionality. If you're wondering what NFC is, it's the ability... read more

Sonic Lost World new screenshots

Sonic Lost World new screenshots

Toon Link is in Smash Bros Wii U

Toon Link is in Smash Bros Wii U

Challenger approaching

An update on the official website for Super Smash Bros. confirms that Toon Link (as seen in Wind Waker) will be among the fighters on the roster. This shouldn't come as a great surprise, since the ever popular Link is even more prominent in fans' minds right now with the updated Legend of Zelda: The Wind... read more

Just Dance 2014 song list

Just Dance 2014 song list

Thank you for the music

Ubisoft's rhythmic craze is set to continue next month with the release of Just Dance 2014 on most major platforms. If you're the type of gamer that likes to bust a move, you might like to read the full list of tracks used in the game below. Some recent big hits are included, e.g. songs by Daft Punk, Lady... 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.
  • September 26th, 2013

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