New Bayonetta 2 Trailer is Insane

New Bayonetta 2 Trailer is Insane

She's taking on Heaven and Hell

During the recent Bayonetta 2 Direct video presentation, a new trailer was released. If this trailer is any indication, then this game is the non-stop, over the top, mature action game the Wii U desperately needs. Bayonetta casts her spell on October 24th. ... read more

All-Star Mode Returns in New Super Smash Bros.

All-Star Mode Returns in New Super Smash Bros.

Will have a few subtle changes

One of my personal favorite modes in the Super Smash Bros. series is All-Star Mode. The way it works: you run through a gauntlet, with a single life and limited health items, against the entire roster. In the past, this mode was only playable after every character was unlocked. However, in the new Smash... read more

Nintendo Says Mario Maker Won't Hurt Mario Sales

Nintendo Says Mario Maker Won't Hurt Mario Sales

Can't match fun of the official games

While there were many great games at Nintendo's E3 showing, the most unique and exciting one to me was Mario Maker. The upcoming game gives players the ability to build their own Mario levels. However, one has to wonder will this impact the sales of current and future Mario games? Mario Maker producer... read more

Xenoblade Chronicles X GamePad Functionality Explained

Xenoblade Chronicles X GamePad Functionality Explained

Will be used as a navigation tool

One of the most unique features of the Wii U is the GamePad. It offers touch controls, a second screen for off-TV play, and allows developers to use it in unique ways. For instance, ZombiU had several cool GamePad features such as context-sensitive actions (lock picking), gyroscope functionality, and... read more

3DS Homebrew Channel Delayed

3DS Homebrew Channel Delayed

New 3DS cited as main reason for delay

Two weeks ago we reported that a 3DS homebrew channel was in the final stages of development and a release would be imminent. The programmer behind the channel, Smealum, stated that it would not run 3DS ROMS. However, it was planned to support homebrew games and apps. The future plan for the app was to... read more

Thorium Wars: Attack of the Skyfighter review

Thorium Wars: Attack of the Skyfighter review

The force is weak with this one

If Thorium Wars: Attack of the Skyfighter has one good thing going for it, it makes me nostalgic for one of my all-time favorite flight sims, the Star Wars: Rogue Squadron series on Nintendo 64 and GameCube. I would spend hours upon hours flying as Luke Skywalker or Wedge Antilles, scoring bullseyes on womp... read more

Top 5 Mario Games

Top 5 Mario Games

Because Mario is Awesome

University final resits are... very, very time consuming. On that note: Top 5's? To hitch a ride on the website bandwagon, Mario has been in my life since I was three years old and Super Mario Bros. was the first game I ever played. Mario has literally, in some way or another, changed my life and my... read more
  • September 3rd, 2014
  • Jonathan Ashley Moore
  • 4 comments Mushroom powerup

Only 7% of Wii U eShop Users are Female

Only 7% of Wii U eShop Users are Female

Nintendo focused on making games appealing for women

Like Sony and Microsoft, Nintendo keeps tabs on their audience to see exactly who is playing the Wii U. An interesting and unflattering statistic has been revealed. Data collected by Nintendo senior marketing manager of licensing, Damon Baker, reveals that only 7% of the people who access the Wii U shop... read more

Resident Evil Revelations 2 is Skipping Nintendo Systems

Resident Evil Revelations 2 is Skipping Nintendo Systems

More third party woes

Recently, Resident Evil Revelations 2 was confirmed through a leak. One of the questions people (myself included) asked about the game was: "Is it coming to Nintendo systems?" After all, Resident Evil Revelations was originally released on the 3DS and then ported to the Wii U. Today we got our answer...... read more

Is a Last Story Sequel Coming?

Is a Last Story Sequel Coming?

Sakaguchi teases possible sequel

This past weekend at PAX Prime, legendary game designer Hironobu Sakaguchi (the creator of Final Fantasy) hosted a panel. The panel, titled Hironobu Sakaguchi Reflection: Past, Present, Future of RPGs, was mostly about his past experiences in making games for the RPG genre. However, Sakaguchi may have... read more

Strike Force Foxx review

Strike Force Foxx review

80s action movie rolled up into a classic arcade package

Strike Force Foxx is a 2D helicopter action game. It's heavily influenced by the classic series Choplifter. Wait, scratch that, Strike Force Foxx is pretty much a modern day Choplifter, but unfortunately it doesn't really innovate on the formula and instead plays it generically safe. The premise is this:... read more
  • September 1st, 2014
  • Jeremy Kanjanapangka
  • 0 comments Mushroom powerup

Me & My Pets 3D review

Me & My Pets 3D review

I'd prefer to play with barbed wire

It's that time of the year where loads of animal related games are popping out of nowhere and onto the eShop. It's a wonderful place where indie developers get the chance to show their stuff and make something that could potentially be a cult classic. These new games could have a mix of genres and styles of... read more

Splatoon Was Nearly a Mario Game

Splatoon Was Nearly a Mario Game

Nintendo devs had heated debates

One of Nintendo's pleasant surprises at this year's E3 was Splatoon. The game takes the squad-based shooter template and puts a Nintendo spin on it. It's also a breath of fresh air in that it's a new IP (something Nintendo desperately needs). However, the game was nearly a Mario spin-off. Speaking in the... read more

Xenoblade Chronicles Confirmed for New 3DS

Xenoblade Chronicles Confirmed for New 3DS

Only confirmed for release in Japan so far

During their recent Direct livestream, Nintendo revealed that the critically acclaimed Wii game Xenoblade Chronicles will be coming to its portable system...well in Japan anyway. The title was universally praised by critics and fans alike. It is often considered one of the best Wii games of all time.... read more

Nintendo Reveals Redesigned 3DS and 3DS XL

Nintendo Reveals Redesigned 3DS and 3DS XL

Redesigned systems have a plethora of improvements

In their latest Japanese Nintendo Direct video, Nintendo revealed redesigned models for the 3Ds and 3DS XL handhelds, dubbed the "New 3DS" and "New 3DS XL." They'll feature bigger screens, colored face buttons, (a callback to the old Super Famicom controller), a second analog stick called the "C-stick,"... read more

Xenoblade's Shulk Officially Confirmed in Super Smash Bros.

Xenoblade's Shulk Officially Confirmed in Super Smash Bros.

It seems that leak was real

During today's Japanese Nintendo Direct, Shulk of Xenoblade Chronicles was official confirmed as a playable fighter in the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and Wii U. The existence of the character was leaked last week in a set of videos, which were quickly pulled from the web. Nintendo has not... read more

Fish now plays... Street Fighter II

Fish now plays... Street Fighter II

PLACE BETS... NOW!

So do you guys remember my article about FishPlaysPokemon? Well I have another one for you. My friend told me about this and I had to check it out for myself, and immediately fell in love with the idea. This is FishPlaysStreetFighter! Our beloved underwater creatures are venturing from RPGs into... read more

Midtown Crazy Race review

Midtown Crazy Race review

Midtown Not-So-Crazy-About Racing

"What makes a good game?" - Gamers are asked this question constantly by many people: Developers, Publishers, the Press. The answer is simple. A good game takes a concept, tweaks some familiar mechanics and then gives us a subtle twist to shake up the formula. These three things allow many games to shoot for... read more

Ittle Dew review

Ittle Dew review

Having a hard time balancing its escape raft

Ittle Dew immediately sets itself up as a Zelda clone before establishing its own voice through a running commentary of the beloved series, but the game does have a bit of a strange balance as a result. Ittle Dew is designed for speed-runners, yet the give-and-take from gameplay difficulty and its overall... read more

TEMPLE OF YOG new screenshots

TEMPLE OF YOG new screenshots

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.
  • August 28th, 2014

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