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Posted: 06/20/21, 06:37:02 by 
The wonderful time of year known as E3 has finally come to a close. This year was a peculiar one, with all events taking place virtually. There was no show floor and off-screen footage; no live interviews; no wondrous Nintendo-themed landscape cultivated on the cold carpet of a vast convention center. For some companies this was a bit of a departure, though the show has gone more in the direction of being Ďpre-preparedí more and more in recent years. Nintendo was pretty comfortable with their presentation. They had a thirty-nine-or-so minute presentation at their usual time slot. Afterwards were many hours of live Nintendo Treehouse coverage of games. The only difference was that hosts sat farther apart. Otherwise, you never would have known they were taking pandemic-related precautions. There was even the usual slew of information that you wonder why it wasnít noted in the Direct itself as it would have made the initial presentation of a title a lot more interesting... (more)
Posted: 02/03/21, 17:11:21 by 
Before we get started, I want to clarify to anyone who has stumbled upon our GOTY awards that we are a Nintendo-focused site, and our awards reflect that. This doesnít mean that we donít love and play games on other platforms, but for the sake of these awards we stick to games that appear on Nintendo platforms only... (more)
Posted: 04/27/20, 07:54:15 by 
Every now and then I wonder what happened to Jerry, the spindly little boy who was ruthlessly bullied by just about every kid in my 5th grade class. He didnít smell great. Glasses thick as a Kool-Aid pitcher. Hair gel flaking off, causing everyone to pick on him for his ďdandruffĒ... (more)
Posted: 01/30/20, 19:33:05 by 
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Posted: 01/28/20, 16:27:12 by 
Before we get started, I want to clarify to anyone who has stumbled upon our GOTY awards that we are a Nintendo-focused site, and our awards reflect that. This doesnít mean that we donít love and play games on other platforms, but for the sake of these awards we stick to games that appear on Nintendo platforms only... (more)
Posted: 05/15/19, 21:08:22 by 
Welcome to Hidden Nindies, a (no longer very) new feature where we put the spotlight on some of the lesser known indie games on current Nintendo platforms! We donít have a strict line drawn for determining which games meet this criteria, but the spirit of the feature is to both expose Nintendo gamers to neat games that they may not have heard much about and to help indie game developers gain some attention for the quality games that they have built which may have fallen a bit under the radar on the Nintendo platforms (even if they were more successful elsewhere.) These are not reviews per se, and the writers may not even have finished the games, but something about them stood out enough to warrant a recommendation... (more)
Posted: 02/02/19, 22:54:15 by 
Before we get started, I want to clarify to anyone who has stumbled upon our GOTY awards that we are a Nintendo-focused site, and our awards reflect that. This doesnít mean that we donít love and play games on other platforms, but for the sake of these awards we stick to games that appear on Nintendo platforms only... (more)
Posted: 09/07/18, 17:42:46 by 
Welcome to Hidden Nindies, a new feature where we put the spotlight on some of the lesser known indie games on current Nintendo platforms! We donít have a strict line drawn for determining which games meet this criteria, but the spirit of the feature is to both expose Nintendo gamers to neat games that they may not have heard much about and to help indie game developers gain some attention for the quality games that they have built which may have fallen a bit under the radar on the Nintendo platforms (even if they were more successful elsewhere.) These are not reviews per se, and the writers may not even have finished the games, but something about them stood out enough to warrant a recommendation... (more)
Posted: 06/16/18, 22:31:26 by 
Nintendo once again showcasing a single game as their primary focus. This time it was the previously teased Super Smash Bros. Ultimate! Nobody could have guessed that Nintendo would bring back EVERY fighter in the expansive series. We also didn't expect Fox McCloud to show up in a 3rd party game nor a bunch of key titles to end up being no-shows. It was an E3 many didn't quite expect, for good or bad. This was E3 2018... (more)
Posted: 05/01/18, 16:28:16 by 
Welcome to Hidden Nindies, a new feature where we put the spotlight on some of the lesser known indie games on current Nintendo platforms! We donít have a strict line drawn for determining which games meet this criteria, but the spirit of the feature is to both expose Nintendo gamers to neat games that they may not have heard much about and to help indie game developers gain some attention for the quality games that they have built which may have fallen a bit under the radar on the Nintendo platforms (even if they were more successful elsewhere.) These are not reviews per se, and the writers may not even have finished the games, but something about them stood out enough to warrant a recommendation... (more)
Posted: 03/04/18, 00:59:34 by 
The below post was originally posted on my blog found at the following link; Euphonic Gaming... (more)
Posted: 02/07/18, 16:57:59 by 
Welcome to Hidden Nindies, a new feature where we put the spotlight on some of the lesser known indie games on current Nintendo platforms! We donít have a strict line drawn for determining which games meet this criteria, but the spirit of the feature is to both expose Nintendo gamers to neat games that they may not have heard much about and to help indie game developers gain some attention for the quality games that they have built which may have fallen a bit under the radar on the Nintendo platforms (even if they were more successful elsewhere.) These are not reviews per se, and the writers may not even have finished the games, but something about them stood out enough to warrant a recommendation... (more)
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