A new solution has been released to help fix those broken Nintendo 64 control sticks
Get ready, ‘cos this train is going straight to ‘what if’ valley. One way, no returns.
E3 is here! Time to uncork the champagne and cook-off the vol-au-vents (well, brew the tea and open the Kettle Chips). But …
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 could be perfect on Wii U. Do you agree?
How do we keep ourselves amused while we await the joys of asynchronous multiplayer and playing Mario on the throne? Random Google searches!
” It’s not just big eyes and thin figures, unlike what most people seem to do when they attempt Tim Burton’s aesthetics.”
It’s the fiftieth anniversary of British super spy James Bond, so Nintendo-Nation.net is revisiting Rare’s 1997 N64 classic Goldeneye and asking, ‘What could Goldeneye teach modern FPS designers?’
It’s a common argument nowadays that Nintendo should abandon the 3DS and make games for mobile phones, but would this really help the big N at all?
Want to know about the impending Wii U launch? You’ve come to the right place…
New Super Mario Bros. 2 is still dominating our playtime, but why are we still playing a game that many dismissed as a cheeky cash-in?
Square Enix fail to impress with uninspired utilisation of Wii U’s more powerful innards and GamePad.
Viewtiful Joe is a Gamecube classic that we want to see back, but what could the Wii U Gamepad add to the game?
Katsuya Eguchi’s Nintendo Land is designed to preach the abilities of the Wii U Gamepad, but it does far more than that…
In part two of our exclusive interview with composer Grant ‘Banjo, Perfect Dark, Goldeneye’ Kirkhope we hear about voice acting, the DK Rap, and something about ‘Kirkhoping’…
Here they are. The games that are launching with and shortly after the Wii U, dated and rated by the best computer based mind available.
*ratings based on ‘historic records’ accessed by a re-activated R.O.B unit. May not be 100% accurate.
Forget limited edition colours, ‘Junk-Punk’ Tim Cecil shows how to really make a cartridge look special.
“The hardest part was figuring out how to layer it so that I could get the costume on and off without scissors”