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Posted: 06/21/15, 04:31:31 by 
Pretty cool thing Nintendo put together for E3 week this year. It's no Super Mario Maker demo but I downloaded all these and I wanted to give them all an honest shot. So I did and I wrote about it. Here that is! With the exception of TypoMan (which weirdly wouldn't let me take a screenshot) all the screens below were taken by me directly from my time with the demo. There's only two more days left to sample these games! So go download them on your Wii U's eShop! If you have it downloaded, when you go to buy the games upon their release, each one will be 15% off for the first month just because you tried to sample it! No excuses!!! (except for maybe a full fridge…) (more)
Posted: 05/17/15, 00:49:27 by 
After throwing items at each other, racing through the weeks, we finally have our results... we now know the definitive Negative World order for the Mario Kart 8 DLC Pack 2 levels. Did it surprise you?.. (more)
Posted: 05/14/15, 06:56:11 by 
After more than a month of voting, the tournament has finally come to a conclusion. Negative World has spoken on its favorite third party games and the results are as follows: (more)
Posted: 05/11/15, 05:02:25 by 
With the fourth Testfire session, new Thoughts and Stats from DrFinkelstein can be found on page 3. Click the link to check those out or continue reading from the start right here... (more)
Posted: 05/09/15, 07:47:51 by 
We're kicking off the Negative World March Madness: Third Party Edition, where our favorite non-Nintendo games go head to head and only one may prevail. The matchups are as follows: (more)
Posted: 05/09/15, 07:44:15 by 
Game 1: In a matchup that seemed destined from the start, two iconic 16 bit RPGs squared off (see what I did there?) in the semifinals. In the end, Chrono Trigger prevailed over Final Fantasy VI and earned itself a spot in the finals... (more)
Posted: 05/02/15, 14:23:07 by 
We're kicking off the Negative World March Madness: Third Party Edition, where our favorite non-Nintendo games go head to head and only one may prevail. The matchups are as follows: (more)
Posted: 05/02/15, 14:21:08 by 
Game 1: Final Fantasy VI lived up to its billing as a #1 seed, albeit by a slim margin, as it took down its fellow 16 bit foe by two votes... (more)
Posted: 04/29/15, 11:50:39 by 
We're kicking off the Negative World March Madness: Third Party Edition, where our favorite non-Nintendo games go head to head and only one may prevail. The matchups are as follows: (more)
Posted: 04/29/15, 11:45:42 by 
Game 1: In a battle of first person non-shooters, Portal 2 advanced in dominating fashion, with Mass Effect 2 garnering only a single vote. Portal 2 is the lowest seed remaining as a nine seed, and the only game left that has been the underdog in every matchup... (more)
Posted: 04/25/15, 10:42:08 by 
We're kicking off the Negative World March Madness: Third Party Edition, where our favorite non-Nintendo games go head to head and only one may prevail. The matchups are as follows: (more)
Posted: 04/25/15, 10:38:25 by 
Game 1: Indie darling Cave Story had a strong run reaching the Sweet Sixteen as a 13 seed, but its time came to a close at the hands of Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow, which has fittingly reached the finals in the Transylvania region. Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow is the only remaining handheld original in the field (although other titles have appeared in handheld form)... (more)
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