Yo-Kai Watch

Yo-Kai Watch (妖怪ウォッチ Yōkai Wotchi?, trademarked in Japan as Youkai Watch and Yokai Watch) is a series of role-playing video games developed and published by Level-5.

Yo-Kai Watch Review

Nintendo’s made enough money from Pokémon games that it can afford to try something new – which I why I admire the initiative it’s taken with Level-5’s latest role-playing adventure, Yo-Kai Watch. Like the Pokémon series, it’s easily adaptable to players of all ages, and introduces a sprawling new world worth exploring, with quirky human […]

Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson Review

Featuring over sexualized female ninjas from different schools of training who would normally be super best friends forever but are destined to fight each other because that’s simply what they are supposed to do, Senran Kagura 2 Deep Crimson’s story is certainly not winning any awards but it’s just the right amount of over the […]

Nintendo Serves Up New Details about Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash

Mario and other residents of the Mushroom Kingdom head back to the tennis court on Nov. 20 in the Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash game for the Wii U home console. And Nintendo has served up lots of new details about the game. What are they you ask? See all the awesome information on the game […]

The Legend of Zelda: Tri-Force Heroes Review

Sometimes you have to shake things up with a game series in order to innovate. It’s what helps it mature. Metroid, for example, was simply known as a side-scrolling series before Retro Studios came up with the bold (yet controversial) idea of creating a first person shooter series – and the awesome Metroid Prime trilogy […]

The non-XL New Nintendo 3DS has a North American Release Date

Earlier this year, Nintendo released another iteration of the 3DS handheld game console. Roll your eyes and say what you will, but the “New 3DS XL” was a significant improvement on the previous version of the hardware. The 3D feature was much improved, and a second analog control was added. In territories outside of the […]

Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse Review

She’s the original Fly Girl of In Living Color — Game Boy Color, that is. Shantae, our favorite purple-haired, gold-bangled half-genie hero first made her debut in 2002. Despite the fact that the Game Boy Advanced was released in 2001, Shantae’s debut adventured conjured a cult following. Whipping forward eight years, Shantae cast a spell […]

Ultimate NES Remix for 3DS — More zany Nintendo mash-up fun

Also at today’s Nintendo Direct, more information on Ultimate NES Remix was given. The game will feature content from 16 of the top NES games, as well as something called “Famicom Remix Mode” which features content from the Japanese version of NES Remix with slightly different sound effects and backgrounds (I think I may have heard a Zelda villain farting in […]

Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. — Weird strategy RPG from the makers of Fire Emblem

So Abraham Lincoln and Tom Sawyer walk into a video game… That may sound like a silly joke, but it is actually the premise of Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., a turn-based strategy RPG from Intelligent Systems, a game developer best known for their work on the Fire Emblem series. The core gameplay mechanics don’t sound too dissimilar from other […]

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D FINALLY Announced

Today during their Nintendo Direct presentation, Nintendo FINALLY announced they are remaking The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask for the 3DS. Fans far and wide have been clamoring for this remake ever since The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time was rendered in 3D for the handheld system a little over three years ago. This is one of […]

The Pokémon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby Special Demo is pretty sweet

A couple weeks ago, Nintendo and The Pokémon Company teamed up to release a special demo of their upcoming set of games, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. Nothing like this has ever been done in the Pokémon series before, so like all new things that happen in the gaming world, the Internet is […]

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