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Posted: 10/06/13, 01:08 by 
The next generation of Pokémon is finally here! All-new 3D graphics, new monsters, new evolutions, new online social features, and a brand-new adventure is all packed nicely and tightly in the latest entry in the mega-hit franchise. And what do you know, the critics seem to love it, too!.. (more)
Posted: 01/18/11, 07:32 by 
Figured I'd try this out!.. (more)
Posted: 03/19/15, 04:47 by 
In my opinion, anyway... (more)
Posted: 12/07/12, 00:30 by 
With the innovations of each gaming generation, it seems that some elements are inevitably left behind. The N64 and PlayStation ushered in a new dimension to play in and explore, yet the tight 2-D platformers of the 16-bit era became scarce. And as online gaming became a bigger focus in this generation, many titles have forgone local multiplayer entirely... (more)
Posted: 07/13/13, 05:44 by 
Recently on Negative World there has been great debate between two classic platformer-giants of the N64 era. The bitter battle between Super Mario 64 and Banjo-Kazooie is not unlike that of Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker in terms of epic father and son battles go. This debate sparked a desire within me to take a look back at all the great levels these games had to offer in the form of two Top Ten lists. The first of which being for the father of the 3D platformer, Super Mario 64. Super Mario 64 is distinct in that it really paved the way for 3D gaming much in the way Super Mario Bros. paved the way for 2D gaming once upon a time. It's a timeless classic and is loved generation after generation as Nintendo ensures this classic is available on a variety of platforms... (more)
Posted: 03/26/14, 16:15 by 
Nintendo has announced release dates and prices for next month's round of Virtual Console games, including the launch of the Game Boy Advance on the Wii U... (more)
Posted: 02/27/11, 10:56 by 
It appears that Nintendo is switching over to a new format for the internet browser on the 3DS. For those of you who aren't familiar with NetFront, it's the browser used on the PSP and PS3. Nikkei, a reputable Japanese newspaper, has provided the following information concerning the new deal: (more)
Posted: 02/21/12, 00:13 by 
It's been a few months since Skyward Sword's release. Now that everyone who's anyone has finished it, let's take a look at how it ranks among all the other Zelda games. Using Negative World's Game Database, I compiled a list of our community's top ten rated Zelda games. Let's get started... (more)
Posted: 02/10/15, 21:29 by 
UPDATE: Kickstarter is live, funded, and up until Tuesday, June 16th! Let's hit some stretch goals!.. (more)
Posted: 11/08/11, 20:57 by 
Kirby definitely fits the bill of a “quick-change artist,” not just due to his ability-stealing talents providing variety and fun, but because Nintendo often molds the amorphous puffball into new gameplay scenarios all the time. Amidst the Pinball Lands, Block Balls, Star Stackers, Avalanches, Dream Courses, Tilt n’ Tumbles, Air Rides, Mass Attacks, and even Epic Yarns, though, it’s nice to get a traditional Kirby adventure once in awhile. That's exactly what Kirby's Return to Dream Land is, and it’s pretty long overdue (being the first traditional console Kirby game since 2000’s Kirby 64)... (more)
Posted: 07/17/09, 20:42 by 
This isn't any kind of official Negative World top 10 list or anything, merely a quick look at top rated games as of this day and time, according to our user ratings. Some have more ratings than others, some good games missed the top 10 list from a sole "low" rating, etc. But it's a surprisingly "accurate" list, in my eyes, considering that it is really only based off of a handful of ratings... (more)
Posted: 02/12/17, 22:01 by 
A new entry in the Super Mario series is upon is! We are just days away now from the glorious Super Mario Odyssey! Run, jump, and explore your way through plenty of 'Kingdoms' setup similarly to the great Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine! This is the Mario game everyone has been waiting for!.. (more)
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