Undead Bowling review

Undead Bowling review

Bowling with Zombies!

Imagine a world where the zombie apocalypse has taken place. Now imagine that someone has been able to round up these zombies as bowling pins for their bowling alley that was somehow impervious to said zombie invasion. This is essentially what Undead Bowling for the 3DS is. However, instead of just trying to... read more

NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams review

NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams review

A dream or a nightmare?

As a kid, NiGHTS into Dreams was one of my favourite games for the Sega Saturn. The weird, wonderful world of Nightopia drew me in, and I was hooked right from the start. The addictive gameplay, the frightening bosses... NiGHTS into Dreams screamed 'Future cult classic'. I remember NiGHTS: Journey of Dreams... read more

Darksiders II review

Darksiders II review

Death or War?

When Darksiders first launched in January 2010, it was met with an almost palpable level of pleasant surprise. Many gamers were in the mist of a post Christmas lull and few expected things to pick up again till the summer, however Darksiders was one of the founders of what is now seen as an all year round... read more

Conker creator reveals new game

Conker creator reveals new game

First look at Pup

Chris Seavor, the man behind Conker's Bad Fur Day, has revealed some early off-screen footage of his latest game The Unlikely Legend of Rusty Pup. Rusty Pup is said to be coming to both Wii U and 3DS (on their respective eShops) and is in development at Chris' company Gory Detail. Here's that footage,... read more

Star Wars Pinball coming to 3DS

Star Wars Pinball coming to 3DS

Use the Flippers, Luke

Good news for Star Wars and/or pinball fans who like their gaming on the small screen: Zen Studios has announced Star Wars Pinball 3D for the Nintendo 3DS! This reworked version makes full use of stereoscopic 3D visuals and includes the following tables: Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes... read more

Star Wars Pinball 3D new screenshots

Star Wars Pinball 3D new screenshots

Toki Tori 2 free update today

Toki Tori 2 free update today

Toki Tori tinkered, and discount

A free update to Toki Tori 2 has been released on the Wii U eShop today. The sizable update contains quite a large number of improvements, bringing our version in line with the one released on Steam not too long ago. On WiiWare, we were never allowed to keep our games up to date. This meant... read more

Casinos in 007: Legends

Casinos in 007: Legends

Bond folds five

The Wii U version of 007 Legends is a shooter game which covers a whole range of James Bond adventures from Skyfall, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Die Another Day, Moonraker, License to Kill, and Goldfinger. It celebrates 50 years of James Bond movies. The game gets off to a good start in its intro.... read more

Plush toy with Hometown Story preorder

Plush toy with Hometown Story preorder

I shall call him Squishy

Natsume's Hometown Story is due out on 3DS next month and pre-orders at GameStop have just opened. Early adopters will get a free plushie toy of a Green Ember Dragon (pictured). Hometown Story is created by Harvest Moon's mastermind Yasuhiro Wada, and actually takes place in the Harvest Moon universe, but... read more

Robot Rescue 3D review

Robot Rescue 3D review

Can you control a horde of robots?

Robot Rescue 3D is a strategic puzzle game that can be downloaded from the Nintendo eShop for the Nintendo 3DS. With 120 levels forcing you to strategize and plan, this game will keep you busy for a long time. You take control of a large number of robots that need to escape the labyrinth they are in. For... read more

Kokuga review

Kokuga review

Slow and steady.

There's really only one significant niche that would find enjoyment from a title like this. That, to the ire of major publishers around the world, is not a mark against the game's favor, but the short of the matter is that unending, unrelenting challenge only appeals to a small minority. The likes of whom... read more

Fishdom H2O: Hidden Odyssey review

Fishdom H2O: Hidden Odyssey review

You won't find Nemo in this Odyssey.

Fishdom H2O: Hidden Odyssey is an odd little eShop game that is all about discovering underwater rubbish. In order to earn money for an aquatic exhibit, we dive into the deep along with Jennifer, an ambitious marine biologist to salvage some of the random items that clutter the ocean floor. Players can... read more

Mario & Luigi: Dream Team review

Mario & Luigi: Dream Team review

A sweet dream or a snooze?

When Super Mario RPG came out to critical and commercial success, Nintendo had a problem. Because its relationship with co-developer Squaresoft was strained for sticking with cartridges during the days of the N64, a sequel of sorts would be difficult to make. However, the split resulted in two new Mario RPG... read more

Retro City Rampage 3DS interview with Vblank

Retro City Rampage 3DS interview with Vblank

Mania on the small screens

Since its debut Retro City Rampage has provided hours of 8-bit urban carnage across practically every modern home console. After finding more popularity on the Playstation Vita, developer Vblank Entertainment has announced that the game is headed to the Nintendo 3DS eShop this winter. Brian Provinciano, the... read more

DuckTales: Remastered review

DuckTales: Remastered review

Did this Tale of Daring-Do need to be told again?

Most people who play video games are aware of an unfortunate fact. Like a lot of other merchandise, most games that are based on a license tend to... well, suck. So it came as a pleasant surprise in the days of the NES to find quite a few good games based on Disney properties, many developed by Capcom. Of... read more

Star Wars Pinball review

Star Wars Pinball review

No scum or villainy here.

Pinball games occupy a strange non-genre of virtual copies to antiquated experiences. Many of us look to pinball as a symbol of yesterday's primitive entertainment, vanquished by our new and improved games. The world simply doesn't need to flick around a metal ball now that we have high def shaders and force... read more

Crash City Mayhem review

Crash City Mayhem review

Massive mayhem leads to a quick burnout.

At some point, every kid has probably imagined being a super cool spy. Wearing expensive suits featuring all the greatest high tech gadgetry and, of course, driving a tricked out spy car. This is the advertised premise of the 3DS title Crash City Mayhem (which is a much more accurate summary of the... read more

African mines video (DuckTales: Remastered)

African mines video (DuckTales: Remastered)

Twist my tartan

It's less than two weeks before DuckTales: Remastered hits the Wii U eShop and so Capcom has released another promo video showing off some gameplay. The African mines are featured this time, as Scrooge heads underground to seek out treasure. The video is narrated by everyone's favorite pilot,... read more

DuckTales: Remastered new screenshots

DuckTales: Remastered new screenshots

Interview with Kokuga developers G.Rev

Interview with Kokuga developers G.Rev

Shoot first, ask questions later

Blasting its way onto the Nintendo 3DS eShop, Kokuga is the latest game from G.Rev studios. G.Rev are well known for releasing SHMUP games across several different platforms from arcade machines to mobile devices. Hiroyuki Maruyama, CEO of G.Rev was able to speak with us about Kokuga and how the game not... 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. 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 31st, 2013

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