Welcome back to another entry in Warped Pipes, the series where I waste my time, and yours, sorting out the continuity of a franchise that was never meant to have one. See the first article to learn about my approach.
With the huge success of the NES Classic Edition and the SNES Classic Edition, people rightly assume that Nintendo will continue this line with the Nintendo 64 Classic Edition (which I did a theoretical games list for here), though as others have noted, it presents its own problems.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is shaping up to be the best in the series and arguably one of the best games ever made. One of the reasons for that is bringing a lot of fan favorite characters to the roster. In previous games, there has been consternation over “clones,” or characters who share movesets with another…
With a deep cast of characters, I can’t imagine that the rumored Star Fox: Grand Prix game will have any difficulty filling a roster list with wonderful and (mostly) loved favorites. You’ll have your standards like Fox, Falco, Slippy, and, Peppy. The villains like Wolf and Pigma. Fan service like Krystal. Even some…
Have you ever wanted to play your favourite classic retro games, in real life*?
“So I just throw it and hope it hits him? I usually just use guns. Help me out here guys.” - Jango Kong (in training)
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Show of hands, who remembers Pushmo?
Because that's exactly the only thing you will get from these babies. These two will show up at retail in Europe, but inside there won't be a cartridge with them, just the donwload codes. We live in crazy times!
...because "Bare Donkey" sounded offensive somehow.
The Harmony of Heroes project has been presenting artists that will contribute to their album. Not the musicians, not yet. Here are some of the impressive art work that is going into the album.
You came to the wrong place. There is no "Justice" here. That is a made up word for men to reassure their children, to speak of ideals and morals that mean nothing against the cruel reality of the world.