You all know Super Smash Bros., that fighting game that a lot of people claim isn’t a fighting game where you can play as Kirby and wipe the moustache off Mario’s face with a hammer? Well, Nintendo have only gone and released Sakurai from the asylum he lives in during his downtime to make another one – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.Continue reading “Review | Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (NSW)”
Much alike the “New” series of Mario games, Nintendo have created another niche micro-genre within their platformers in the “handicrafts” area. With the latest in this line, Yoshi’s Crafted World, opting for a charmingly childish paper-craft concept this time.Continue reading “Review | Yoshi’s Crafted World (NSW)”
I’ve been with the Pokémon series since the very beginning. As such, Pokémon Let’s Go, Eevee! is not my first time running amok through Kanto, but I simply wasn’t going to resist another jaunt with an adorable little Eevee in tow much like the Pikachu I had back in Pokémon Yellow Version.Read more …
You might have heard of The World Ends With You even if you have never played the game yourself; the characters of the game appeared in Kingdom Hearts, the original DS game was controversially ported to mobile, and the game was announced to be coming to Nintendo’s zeitgeist handheld back in January. So, being a fan of the game and having played it way back in 2007, I relished the chance to play this game again and find out whether it has held up.Continue reading “Review | The World Ends With You -Final Remix- (NSW)”
Mario Party as a franchise has a bloodied legacy across the ages, likely causing more fights amongst family and friends than Monopoly, Operation and Kerplunk combined. The last couple of games have been weak in comparison to the whole, with Mario Party 10 being incredibly lacklustre. Now that we have the Switch though, Nintendo are giving it another try with their eleventh main entry; Super Mario Party.Read more …
The gravy train of the Nintendo Switch just keeps on rolling, with a strong year ahead for Nintendo already, and that’s only the games confirmed at the moment. First out of the gate for the first party presence this year is New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe, a collective port of both of the games in that franchise from the Wii U.Continue reading “Review | New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (NSW)”
This article was originally posted on Rice Digital on November 9th 2018.
Ever since my previous (and mostly correct, but more on that at a later date) article about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, I’ve been wondering about whether there would be DLC despite the tremendous base roster. This was answered last week with Masahiro Sakurai himself confirming during the Smash Bros. Direct that there would be five future characters added to the game as downloadable content. Continue reading “Six Completely Serious Picks For The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC”