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?
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?
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?
So the Mario Party series had been getting more criticism by the year ever since Mario Party 6. So did Mario Party DS follow that path or did it start a fresh path?
Before I start, there is one thing I must stress more than any other fact I ever pressured on before: this game is not for everyone.
The most addicting game of all time is now on the DS, with Wi-Fi and more…how can you go wrong?
When the N64 launched, Mario was shot into the 3D dimension. Most doubted he would ever return to 2D platforming… they were wrong.
Wow, has it really been 15 years since the last major platformer, Super Mario World was made? Well, this year is Mario’s 25th anniversary since Donkey Kong, and what a way to celebrate the 25 by revisiting the old sidescrolling days of Super Mario Bros.
With online multiplayer, Mario Kart DS makes some major advances in Mario Kart history.
So here it is at long last. The game we’ve all been waiting for. How long?…Like two years almost.
When you plant a bomb, you atomically run like hell right? Why? “IT’S A BOMB MAN IT’S GONNA BLOW!” Yet strangely enough Bomberman does the complete opposite. He doesn’t listen. He just waddles along like any other ordinary day.
Bomberman has graced nearly every console to date, and even had a run in the arcade. With the recent release of the Nintendo DS, Ubisoft picked up the rights to publish the next in the series. Not given a fancy number, or a subtitle, it is aptly titled Bomberman.
For years the Madden series has graced our homes, bringing us high-quality games that seem to never get old. With Madden games on everything from the SNES to present times EA Sports has decided to bring the series to the Nintendo DS. Hope for the best.