Browsing the "Nintendo" Category

Epic Mickey Review

December 30th, 2010 | by Aykut D.

Mickey Mouse used to be a very big mascot in video games but he hasn't seen much action in the past few years. But Disney looks to make a brand new adventure for the Mouse with Epic Mickey. Not only is Mickey back in the spotlight but now he's in a darker toned adventure that will appeal to both kids and adults who remember the famous mouse from their childhood


Sonic Colors Review

December 9th, 2010 | by Aykut D.

Sonic has been on a slow road to recovery in past year, when plans we're made to bring Sonic back to his 2D roots fans hoped for the best. However Sonic Colors might just be taking a bigger step in the right direction than Sonic 4 episode 1.

Snakebyte Premium Wii Remote XL

November 29th, 2010 | by Aykut D.

There are now countless third party companies developing controllers, and accessories for the Wii. Most of these products can range from good alternatives to needless and broken. However Snakebyte might have made one of the best deals a third party developer can make with the Premium Wii remote XL.

Metroid: Other M Review

September 8th, 2010 | by Aykut D.

A few years ago the Metroid series finished a three part adventure in the Metroid Prime trilogy, the game focused heavily on bringing classic Metroid gameplay to a 3D enviornment and brought Samus back into the mainstream. Now a different developer, Team Ninja looks to expand Samus's story and give players a new experience that brings old school Metroid gameplay together with her latest 3D adventure


Super Mario Galaxy 2 Review

June 8th, 2010 | by Aykut D.

Mario has had a big presence on the Wii more so than possibly any other Nintendo console, with Super Mario Galaxy and New Super Mario Bros. Wii Nintendo has shown that they want the plumber to make his presence known not only to Nintendo fans but to the video game industry


Trauma Team Review

June 2nd, 2010 | by Aykut D.

Trauma Team is the newest entry in the medical series from Atlus, originally started on the DS with Trauma Center the games have expanded to be solid titles for both Nintendo consoles. Now with Trauma Team the developers have added all new gameplay types to vary the experience the series is known for


Product: Caps4Stix review – analog stick covers

April 19th, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

If you own an Xbox 360, PS3 or Wii its no surprise that with normal use of the controller, the rubber on the thumb sticks start to wear off. Those crisp little buds on the surface of the Xbox 360 controller, ridges of the PS3 and Wii controller will be no worn in only a couple of months. Caps4Stix rejuvenates your thumb sticks with their analog stick covers


Gunnar Digital Performance Eyeware Review

April 6th, 2010 | by Jonathan Lane

One gaming goodness that stood out to me at PAX East 2010 were Gunnar's Digital Performance Eyeware. These glasses are designed to ease the relentless stream of information that comes from computers, tvs, and handheld screens to your eyes. Were Gunnar eyeware really the new gaming glasses


LVLONE Video Review: Tatsunoko vs. Capcom

February 10th, 2010 | by Remy Cuesta

With some of the most intense action you will certainly get in awhile, see why this Wii fighter is one you just can't pass up on in our video review


No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle Review

January 29th, 2010 | by Aykut D.

No More Heroes 2 expands upon the original while pushing it's unique personality far beyond the usual limits for a game on the Wii or any console. By bringing intense gameplay, ridicules amounts of violence and a unique style No More Heroes 2 come together to make a great game



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