“You kids wouldn’t last two minutes in a real game!” says Cranky Kong. How true are these foreshadowing words of the old-age individual. We all know Nintendo’s first hit was Super Mario Brothers for the NES. A classic and perfect game in every aspect. But when you think about it, this game was not easy [...]
The remake of the classic Nintendo 64 launch title Super Mario 64 has been critically lauded and panned by Mario fans, due to the huge differences from the original. What is this writer’s opinion on the remake of the game?
What could POSSIBLY be more exciting than yet another variation on Tetris? I’ll tell you what’s actually exciting: Playing Tetris with retro music and graphics runing around everywhere. Nostalgia Heaven, that is. But is the actual content of the game as good?
Yo. For much of June, I blasted through both Paper Mario and Paper Mario 2. Now, this is my third full-run of the N64 classic, but the Thousand-Year
Door is a game I bought just recently. Now, after finishing both of them, I’m going to give you my hard opinion on both of them, mostly unbiased (The
nostalgia factor in the first may get in the way…), too.
Alas, poor Sakurai. This was one of the first Kirby titles he didn’t make, due to leaving HAL. In fact, HAL ddi not develop this game, either. A joint 2nd/3rd party company called Flagship actually did. They developed
the previous Kriby game, Kirby an the Amazing Mirror, so they obviously are not new to the formula. How did they do?
Since it is literally impossible to review something like the original Super Mario Bros, I’m going to simply
review the remake included in the Super Mario All-Stars 4-pack (or 5 if you have SMAS+Super Mario World).
Remember back when the DS first came out, and this became the flagship title everyone was hyping? The first 2D Mario title in ten entire years. 3D graphics.
Mulitplayer Co-op. giant Goombas and giant Mario facing off. All knew that the techo demo would soon develop into a game, and banked on it being the reason
to buy the DS. Was the anticipation worth it?
Possibly the weirdest Mario title of all time. Mario gets squished into a pinball to save also-pinballed Princess Peach?! I don’t get it either. Well,
let’s see how it goes.
1080° Snowboarding is a snowboard-racing title developed and produced by our beloved Nintendo for the Nintendo 64.
Pinball Advance is a pinball simulator only released in Europe for the Game Boy Advance handheld system that proves to be one of the most realistic pinball games of it’s time.
007: The World is Not Enough is a top-down action game released in 2001 by 2n Productions for the Game Boy Color. With titles of the same name on the Nintendo 64 and PlayStation, due to the graphical capability of the Game Boy Color, this game does not measure up to the gameplay of it’s more graphical brethren.
It might not be very fun by today’s standards, but 10 Yard Fight may have paved the way for future football games such as Tecmo Bowl, followed by the Madden series.
Robots and armored/jet propelled humans take the field in this interesting, yet unusual, take on the great sport of baseball.
Mario goes to the cosmic level in this superstar adventure for the Wii! It won Game
of the Year 2007 in nearly every major publication, but what is this reviewer’s perspective
on the game?
So we all know about the Lego series of games that have taken over the market lately, but not many realize that the original game didn’t even come out for the GCN, at least not until around 2006. So all Nintendo fans had was this GBA port, which was overshadowed by the great Revenge of [...]