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Mario Party: The Top 100 Review

Let’s Party: ‘Mario Party‘ became a very special property to a very select group of kids growing up. Anyone who still fondly remembers the holes they burnt into their palms playing Mario Party on the ’64 can count themselves as part of that exclusive club. I was pretty excited to see a compilation of Mario Party’s best minigames – especially when I got a code just before I headed home ...[Read More]

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

Mario & Luigi: Mario & Luigi is a real gem of a series. First started way back in 2003 on the Game Boy Advance, it’s a series that has been a personal favourite of mine for on-the-go RPG goodness. If you’ve somehow missed this game and its excellent sequels, you should rectify that mistake immediately – luckily Nintendo has you covered. Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions packages a remake o...[Read More]

Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns

STORY OF SEASONS: Trio of Towns reinvigorates the fan-favorite features on offer in the farming and life simulation series with fresh new content, significantly building upon its first entry since rebranding in the West as STORY OF SEASONS. In the long-running franchise’s biggest adventure yet, players settle on a homestead in the middle of three distinct and uniquely themed locales, where they ca...[Read More]

Monster Hunter Stories Review

Steal Some Babies: The Monster Hunter franchise is one of those hardcore titles that can feel incredibly difficult to break into. As the series has progressed the hunting, crafting and strategizing of the titles have become more streamlined and accessible, but never less deep. Enter Monster Hunter Stories, a game just as obsessed with rearing monsters as it is with killing them. It’s an easier des...[Read More]

Metroid: Samus Returns Review

A Heroic Return: When Samus Returns was coyly announced after Nintendo’s big E3 conference this year, I was stunned. I’d only just recovered from the announcement of Metroid Prime 4 – something that likely won’t be here for a year or two at least – when Reggie dropped another bomb: Metroid was coming back this year, on the Nintendo 3DS. Forgive the space pun, but I was over the moon. I’d been begg...[Read More]

Nintendo Details a Massive Lineup of Games Coming to Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS

The next few months for Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS owners are going to be overflowing with a wide variety of first- and third-party games in wildly different genres. Or, to put in another way, the future for Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS owners is looking quite awesome. During a Nintendo Direct video presentation, Nintendo provided details for more than 40 games launching for Nintendo Swi...[Read More]

Gamescom 2016: Nintendo showcases upcoming Wii U and 3DS titles

This year, Nintendo will once again open a booth full of current and upcoming titles for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS family systems at gamescom – the world’s largest annual trade fair for videogames, held in Cologne, Germany. With several days of exciting titles and fun events on the horizon, Nintendo kicks off the show with a Splatoon Showdown tournament, a new range of Nintendo Selects titles for Wii...[Read More]

Nintendo announces new Wii U and 3DS titles

In a new Nintendo Direct video, Nintendo revealed new games on the way for its Wii U and  Nintendo 3DS systems, as well as additional details about previously announced titles. From new games in the Kirby and  Paper Mario franchises to a companion game for  Star Fox Zero, this is one video that can’t be missed. To view the Nintendo Direct video in its entirety, visit http://www.nintendo.com/ninten...[Read More]

Hyrule Warriors: Legends

Experience a sprawling story across The Legend of Zelda timeline in Legend Mode, which sees players take on hordes of enemies as they relive classic Zelda games reimagined in the style of Koei Tecmo’s long-running “Warriors” series. When a sorceress by the name of Cia rips time and space apart, Link must team up with Impa, Sheik, and The White Sorceress Lana to save Hyrule in battles inspired by T...[Read More]

SEGA 3D Classics Collection

Chibi-Robo!: Zip Lash

Chibi-Robo might be small in size, but his adventuring skills are as big as the most intrepid explorer! Using his plug and cord, Chibi-Robo can whip, grapple and swing his way through a huge side-scrolling platformer filled with dangerous enemies and clever environmental puzzles. And by scanning the Chibi-Robo amiibo figure that is included with a special bundle, players can access bonus features ...[Read More]

Chibi-Robo!: Zip Lash Review

Zip to the Finish: Chibi-Robo Zip Lash is a 2D platformer in much the same vein as Nintendo’s recent Kirby and Yoshi games. It’s full-to-bursting with cuteness, and has some neat ideas up its sleeves that differentiate itself from Nintendo’s other properties. That being said, this budget title can feel like a bit of a one trick robo before the ten hour campaign is up. Story: Aliens are grabbing ou...[Read More]

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