The Super Nintendo has arguably the best RPG library of any console ever. With games like Chrono Trigger, Super Mario RPG, Final Fantasy III and IV, Secret of Mana, Earthbound, the list goes on and
Let's start this review out by just saying it at point-blank: this game is awesome. Despite not having an overabundance of experience with bullet-hell shooters, the game managed to sweep me up into the genre
Amiibo collecting has taken a life of it's own, right down to its own ecosystem of buying and trading these collectibile figures from Nintendo. While the novelty of a Nintendo character as a toy is
Truth be told, I have never played a "word search" game before unless it was in the newspaper. The "Mini Page" in the newspaper always had some kids related stuff. So, as a youth, I
After the release of Tetris, many games like Columns, Puyo Puyo and Dr. Mario tried to mimic the success of the classic arcade game. After so many clones (and clones of those clones), I find
The long wait is over, does Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures deliver on the Wii U?
The Wii U GamePad is probably the most interesting controller, well, ever. Yet, while there have been instances of pure brilliance with the GamePad, most companies use it in a simple manner: a map, an
Nintendo Web Framework is one of the more under-utilized pieces of technology for would-be Wii U game designers to create their experiences. The service has been picking up steam lately after a slower start, with titles
Announced long ago, Don't Touch Anything Red is a simple horizontal auto-runner which gives you a single objective: don't touch anything red. In simple terms, you have control of a small square that is moving
In the good ol' days of gaming, during the rise of the pixels, an action/adventure title was nothing out of the ordinary. Many tried their hand at the genre, and several great franchises spawned from
Is the original Trine still worth picking up?
As OlliOlli is one of the first cross-buy titles for Nintendo platforms, I felt it would be wise to review both copies of the game. As I spent more time with the 3DS version than
The geniuses at Curve Studios have been bringing many solid titles to the Wii U and 3DS as of late. OlliOlli was originally a game that started out on the Vita and PS3 and was
Breezeblox certainly isn\'t a breeze, but is it worth your time?
Does Dolphin Up sink or soar?