Thanks to the power of the Nintendo Switch, we can now have literally hundreds of Kirbies on screen...
Well maybe not the first, but definitely the one that caused me to develop the most trust issues.
I unreservedly adore the Splatoon series, quite possibly almost as much longtime Nintendo stalwarts like the Super Mario Brothers and Kirby at this point. That has meant, in part, getting too much merch in various forms over the past four years.
This is the Third part of a series of articles on the problems Nintendo would have to overcome (or the compromises we the gamers would need to live with) if Nintendo launches a Nintendo 64 Classic Mini.
This is the Second part of a series of articles on the problems Nintendo would have to overcome (or the compromises we the gamers would need to live with) if Nintendo launches a Nintendo 64 Classic Mini.
This is the first part of a series of articles on the problems Nintendo would have to overcome (or the compromises we the gamers would need to live with) if Nintendo launches a Nintendo 64 Classic Mini.
Going back to the online tournament demo, I noticed something about how Mario Tennis Aces implemented their online tournaments that, as a computer science student and employee plus someone who geeks out over seeing how things work, really impressed me. I’d like to try explaining what that is.
Remember this scene? At the beginning of the current generation, Microsoft’s new console could have heavily restricted the use of pre-owned games (and by extension, ‘lent’ games). People complained. Sony answered with this scene on how this wouldn’t be a problem with them. Microsoft then rethought that strategy (among…
Hey guys! I’m going to be in my college’s student orientation from 10am to 10pm when you’re reading this, so I decided to do something a little bit different. I wrote a review for Nintendo Labo about two months ago now for KeenGamer, but I got one review copy in after another (which takes precedence over a game I…
Mario Tennis Aces released yesterday, a few weeks after its online tournament demo, and I’ve started delving into its Adventure (story) mode today. That first cumulative hour also happened to be done while in the New Jersey train system.
No BINGO for me, but no BINGO for Thatsmapizza either. Although Pizza still gets eight points versus my seven.
I was inspired by Picky’s post the other day- figured I’d jot down some game goals of my own.
The Rhythm Heaven (Rhythm Paradise in Europe) games are a series of Rhythm Games (in case it wasn’t evident) that have appeared internationally in the Nintendo DS, Wii and 3DS systems...
The Nintendo Switch, for numerous reasons, has been a nice fixture in my life for the year that I have had it thus far. As recently as a couple of days ago, I just stumbled upon yet another cool thing about it: All the demos!
Octopath Traveler launches in about a month from now, but you can essentially play the first three hours of the game right now for free, thanks to the “Prologue Demo” put on the eShop, which will carry over to the full game. But if you don’t care about carrying over all of your save data, you could potentially…
E3, and by extension any con or expo really, can be an exhausting experience. I spent all of Tuesday at the convention and came home incredibly worn out. I skipped Wednesday but got an invite from my boss to come back on Thursday to play some Nintendo games- and I figured, why the heck not?
I didn’t think I played too much of Splatoon 2’s new expansion, but I played it enough to have it die on me when starting from full charge, so I suppose the time just flew by. Or I had the brightness and volume up way too much.
Games ported to the Switch sell, we know that. But there are a lot of Nintendo 3DSeses out there, so there is a chance that people without a Switch will buy the 3DS version of a game...
I’ve been really getting into esports for two years or so. One of my favorites is super smash bros Melee. After watching the E3 invitational of the upcoming super smash bros Ultimate, I’m not sure if I’ll watch more competitions.
Love it or hate it, Nintendo’s been announcing a lot of different games since yesterday. But while the conference had (arguably) plenty of announcements for late 2018 and early 2019, it’s easy to forget what Nintendo has already released as part of the event, and what they will be releasing within the next few days.