Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions Review

Having never played the previous title from Nintendo, I came into Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions fresh and ready to experience a turn-based RPG action adventure without any negative notions to go along with it. As you’re reading this review keep that in mind. Created originally in 2003, and was critically acclaimed when it made to the Game Boy, the jest of the game surrounds...[Read More]

Nintendo World Championships 2017 ready to crown a Nintendo World Champion

I feel like a viewing of The Wizard is in order for some strange reason. Anyway, enjoy the details below. At the Nintendo World Championships 2017 in New York on Oct. 7, elite players from around the world will meet and compete, with one being crowned the champion. Each of these 24 elite players has a story. Eight of them made it to the championship by winning their respective local qualifiers at ...[Read More]

Pokkén Tournament DX Review

I’m beginning to understand some strategy behind Nintendo’s releases this year and I have to admit that it isn’t actually that bad of a strategy. Take all the Wii U games that succeeded on that system, and that made it somewhat good, and bring them to life again on the Switch, while the newer games are being built. It’s not a bad strategy, especially when you consider how good those games were. Fi...[Read More]

Pokémon Gold and Silver Review

Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver Versions were released for the Gameboy Color in 2000. It was a massive hit, selling around 13 million copies, and kickstarted the franchise. Seventeen years after its release, it became re-released on the 3DS eShop as a Virtual Console game. This set of games is one of my personal favorites in the series. Here’s why. The story of the game is simplistic, and it expan...[Read More]

Pokémon Gold Version and Pokémon Silver Version available in the Nintendo eShop

Fans of the series have another reason to enjoy their 3DS. Check out the goods below. Two of the most beloved games in the Pokémon series, Pokémon Gold Version and Pokémon Silver Version, are now available in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS for only $9.99 each. These classic games were originally released on the Game Boy Color system and introduced notable features to the long-running franchise. St...[Read More]

Monster Hunter Stories Review

Monster Hunter Stories is a unique and interesting installment to the series. For many, this series is obscure to many gamers unless you have been loyal to it for the many different titles that have been released throughout the years. For those who are familiar with the series, you will quickly find that even though this is not remotely the same game, many of the original elements are still applie...[Read More]

Hey! PIKMIN Review

After having made the jump to hyperspace only to come out in an asteroid field and crash land on a strange, yet somehow familiar planet, Captain Olimar finds himself stranded and unable to get home. His ship’s computer locates a fuel leak, but otherwise the ship can be repaired. The problem is, Olimar must find 30,000 Sparklium to get the ship ready for flight. To do that, he’s going t...[Read More]

Miitopia Review

There are two ways you can look at Miitopia. The first is that it’s a very light-hearted reason to push out Nintendo’s sub-brand of the Mii characters. It’s a game that doesn’t take itself too seriously, rather depends on humor and adorableness to drive it. The second is that it’s a game geared towards a younger crowd that hasn’t yet played a true RPG experience. It’s mostly on autopilot with a ch...[Read More]

Splatoon 2

The squid kids are back and ready to roll on the Nintendo Switch. How does the Switch handle such a game? Let’s talk. Inkoplis is back! And it’s prettier than the first go around and a bit more populated than before. The city consists of a larges series of shops, which offer up player customization and upgrades to clothing and weaponry, which add abilities and advantages, such as speed and power. ...[Read More]

River City: Knights of Justice Launches on 3DS in the US and Europe!

Burlingame, CA. – June 20, 2017– Natsume Inc., a worldwide developer and publisher of family-oriented video games today launched River City: Knights of Justice on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. The game was shown publicly for the first time at the Electronic Entertainment Expo last week in Los Angeles. Developed by Arc System Works, the game is available on the eShop for $14.99 USD and €14.99 Euros, and ...[Read More]

Get Up and Go Together! Pokémon GO Update Bringing New Cooperative Gameplay Features

Pokemon GO is back and introducing new cooperative gameplay features! Check out the details and some screenshots below! SAN FRANCISCO—JUNE 19, 2017— Niantic, Inc., and The Pokémon Company International today revealed dynamic new ways for Trainers to play and explore together this summer with significant updates to Pokémon GO. Beginning today, revamped Gyms will begin rolling out to players, while ...[Read More]

E3 2017: Nyko Unveils Its Latest in Nintendo Switch and Gear VR Accessories

LOS ANGELES – June 13, 2017 – Inventive video game accessories manufacturer Nyko Technologies today revealed its latest in power and protective accessories for the Nintendo Switch™. Standout products include Power Pak, a battery pack that doubles the battery life of the console, Power Shell Case, a protective case that both stores the console and game cards and includes a battery back for extra po...[Read More]