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GK Review: Mario Tennis Aces

Our reviewer Ian has just published his review of the new “Mario Tennis Aces” game for Nintendo Switch. More: From a plot perspective, there’s plenty to like, with a delightfully silly tale about how Luigi is corrupted by Wario and Waluigi through an evil tennis racquet. Mario then goes on a quest to save them, with some pretty funny ways of shoe-horning the reasons for playing tennis ...[Read More]

Mario Tennis Aces Review

Ace up its sleeve? Mario Tennis has been a real favourite of mine since right back when the series launched on the N64, and the GBA title is one of the best sports titles of all time. But after a lacklustre Wii U game, does Aces being the game back to the top-tier? Story: From a plot perspective, there’s plenty to like, with a delightfully silly tale about how Luigi is corrupted by Wario and Walui...[Read More]

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Mario Tennis Aces

Packed with content, game modes, play styles and a colourful cast of characters from the Mushroom Kingdom, Mario Tennis Aces is set to serve up endless of hours of tennis fun for Nintendo Switch players.

GK Review: Mario Party: The Top 100

Hi fellow gamers! Been a while since we posted a new review … well blame it on New Year and its holiday 🙂 but today we bring you a very new 3DS review of “Mario Party: The Top 100“. Here’s a snippet: The Top 100 is a collection of Mario Party’s best minigames, as curated by Nintendo. As such there are bound to be some missing favourites for most people, but nothing so egreg...[Read More]

Mario Party: The Top 100

Ever partied with Mario? Stuffed mouthfuls of pizza? Dodged penguins? Well, the party is back with the top 100 minigames in Mario Party series history! Test your memory, speed, and luck in a variety of multiplayer minigame types. With Download Play, up to 4 players can party on their own system with just 1 Game Card! This time the fun comes faster, thanks to some fresh features, including a Favori...[Read More]

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]

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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]

Free Game Update Brings KEY Features to Super Mario Maker for Wii U

Today, a software update to the Super Mario Maker game for the Wii U console adds some additional items, modes and features to the critically acclaimed game, making it even more fun to create, share and play levels from all around the world. Fans of the Super Mario World game for the Super NES fondly remember the key item, which, when grabbed, unlocks keyholes and grants access to new parts of the...[Read More]

GK Review: Super Mario Maker

After our preview two weeks ago, it’s time to publish our full in depth review of probably one of the best WiiU game by Nintendo, “Super Mario Maker“. The game release is set for September 11th Here’s a snippet from the review: A huge part of what makes Super Mario Maker easy to pick up and play is the integration of the Wii U’s unique touchscreen controller. Instead of awk...[Read More]

Super Mario Maker Review

Thirty Years in the Making: “Super Mario Maker” is a very special game, and quite unlike anything Nintendo have produced before. This build-it-yourself Mario game is the culmination of dozens of experiments and evolutions that Nintendo as a company have gone through in the last few years, and it’s a very promising sign of things to come. Story: Super Mario Maker wouldn’t exist without ...[Read More]

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