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Posted: 06/16/11, 23:33:52 by 
If there's one game that I can safely say I know like the back of my hand, it's The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. A lot of you out there would probably say the same thing. Well, let's see how many of these tricks you know about!.. (more)
Posted: 10/29/13, 22:50:54 by 
Metroid is one of the absolute best franchises in video gaming, producing some of the greatest video games ever made, and if you disagree with that obviously true statement you are no friend of mine. However, it isnít exactly as prolific of a Nintendo franchise as Mario or Zelda, and in fact, disregarding re-releases, a trilogy compilation, and a pinball game (yep, there was a Metroid pinball game), there are only ten Metroid titles released to date. Coincidentally, there are only ten spots in a top ten list. I think that we can all agree that this is godís way of telling me that I had no choice but to put together this list. Or the aliens telling me. Either way works... (more)
Posted: 02/12/13, 20:14:38 by 
Virtual Boy. Cel-shaded Zelda. 7.9. There've been some shocking reveals and ruffled feathers in Nintendo's past for sure, but I'd argue that none have been as widely-despised as Ubisoft's recent decision to push back Rayman Legends' release date to September. I'd use the word "controversial" here, but that would imply that people have a variety of opinions on the subject...which frankly, isn't really the case outside of some (read: not most) Ubisoft employees... (more)
Posted: 04/17/10, 06:23:47 by 
The New MH3U Thread is lead by Mr_Mustache. Click Here for the thread... (more)
Posted: 11/17/11, 19:54:35 by 
Visit The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword in our game database (add it to your collection/log and rate it!) (more)
Posted: 02/10/13, 01:03:40 by 
And here we are... (more)
Posted: 06/14/12, 17:58:56 by 
The short story is that Anita Sarkeesian of Feminist Frequency has started a Kickstarter to explore the stereotypes of females in video games. Or well, why not just hear it in her words?.. (more)
Posted: 05/20/13, 01:54:34 by 
Animal Crossing... I still remember getting up early before heading to my high school classes just to see what Tom Nook was selling that day. This game series has always held such a dear place in my heart. I think it has to do with the fact that heading to the land of Plaisant, Tranquil, or other towns of mine always being a great escape for me. Making Bells, filling my catalog, and fishing in the ocean were always points of peace for me. While I've been very public about my discontent with AC: City Folk, I have a new-found hope once more for New Leaf. From all the information that has been dished out due to the game's release already in Japan, and Nintendo pushing more information through Nintendo Directs, I am confident this game will be a fresh take on a classic and comforting idea... (more)
Posted: 12/08/11, 18:17:41 by 
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Posted: 06/22/11, 06:29:29 by 
Hey, everybody. Kris here... (more)
Posted: 06/05/13, 03:34:21 by 
Since Mario does not appear in the game, players can enjoy multiplayer by playing as Luigi, Blue Toad, Yellow Toad, and Nabbit. Some of you may not know the Nabbit character, so let me refresh your memory... (more)
Posted: 11/20/12, 06:20:31 by 
Little Inferno (Wii U eShop) is the first game from newly established developer Tomorrow Corporation, an indie dream team consisting of Kyle Gabler and Allan Blomquist (World of Goo), as well as Kyle Gray (Henry Hatsworth, which I also reviewed.) With a pedigree such as this, my expectations coming into the game were naturally high. Does Little Inferno meet my expectations? Well, the credits have rolled, and I can safely report back this: bringing expectations into this game is a pointless endeavor. Little Inferno will take all of your expectations and burn them to the ground. Iím not saying that Little Inferno is a bad game, not at all. Actually, it is possible to question whether it can be considered a proper game at all... (more)
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