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 …
Luigi is a bit like David Bowie, really. Lanky, unpredictable, looks good with feathered hair. Therefore it’s unsurprising, given the clear cosmic connection the two share, that both are releasing long-overdue comebacks this year, 2013. The year of The Odd Ones.
The Miiverse has become a wonderful hotbed of hype and chatter for Nintendo fans of every ilk, and having a nose about it after big announcements has become something of a past-time for Nintendo Nation.
We present a trio of Link to the Past flavoured sprite monuments for you to climb!
5th Cell’s latest word-em-up, Scribblenauts Unlimited, has been delayed in Europe following realisations that “… some changes need to be implemented within the game before we launch … across Europe.”
“If the teams are combined, then parity between the two devices can emerge much quicker.”
A pair of new Pokémon games and a new David Bowie single on the same day? That’s certainly a morning worth waking up for. While we’re not at liberty to discuss one ageing phenomenon on this site we’re certainly within our limits pouring over the other. The other being Pokémon. Sorry.
Pix3d touches down on eShop! Its gentle nod to an age gone by will certainly put a smile on your face and is at heart a fantastic little puzzler.
It’s November and, for all males of the species old enough to have active hair follicles under their noses, that means it’s Movember! Yahoo! …
Heavy Fire: Special Operations 3D has touched down on 3DS. Is it a shot in the dark, or a download that gives you more bang for your buck?
“Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 are narratively anaemic, instead they are frighteningly focused in their desire to satisfy the trainers who will play for 600 hours while simultaneously encouraging everyone else into taking that big massive bite out of the game and discovering just how deep the Poké hole goes.
In what can only be described as the most shocking medical revelation since it came about that Gillian McKeith off of the …
Katsuya Eguchi’s Nintendo Land is designed to preach the abilities of the Wii U Gamepad, but it does far more than that…
Nintendo announces new Mario Kart 7 championship without a Rufus Hound in sight.
Pokémon, robots in disguise.
Does it include the Big Fish? Well? Does it?
Is Zelda II any good? That’s the real dilemna we face with this week’s Nintendo digital downloads.