PINK, SPHERICAL, AND BEAUTIFUL After nearly a decade, the spiritual sucessor to Kirby and the Canvas Curse for the Nintendo DS has arrived in the form of Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. With beautiful visuals, simple gameplay, and intricate mysteries, Kirby’s debut on the Wii U is a beautiful rainbow that was worth the wait.
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It’s been a little over three years since a home console Kirby game, but fans of the pink, rotund wonder can expect a new title soon.
Early adopters of the Nintendo DS will fondly remember Kirby Canvas Curse. The title was one of the first to utilize the lower touch screen by by allowing the player to move Kirby based on a line you would draw with the stylus. Why bring this up? Nintendo has announced a sequel to the game, Kirby and the … Continue reading Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Announced for Wii U
Kirby Triple Deluxe for Nintendo 3DS is the latest game starring Kirby, Nintendo’s flagship pink puff. It is somewhat of an unofficial sequel to Kirby Return to Deamland (Wii, 2011). It is also the first portable Kirby game since Kirby Mass Attack (DS, 2011), and the first Kirby game on 3DS. So does it fulfill … Continue reading Kirby Triple Deluxe Review
E3 is a maelstrom of gaming news, buzz and hype, and this year’s event did not disappoint. From the reveal of the Xbox One X, a massive array of promising games and the increasing prominence of VR, E3 2017 packed something for anyone to get excited about. But what were the event’s top stories, and … Continue reading The Biggest Stories of E3 2017
The 2016 United States presidential election has come to a close, and what a doozy it has been. Private email servers, sweaty primary debaters, small hands and a great wall are but a few of the highlights from the bizarre cycle. Frankly, I’m exhausted, and I’m sure many of you share the same sentiment. Luckily, … Continue reading 5 games for our post-election reality
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In a surprise announcement, Nintendo revealed that there is indeed a new gaming system coming this fall for the company, but it’s not what you think.
Satoru Iwata was more than the President of Nintendo Company, more than a programmer, even more than a gamer. Satoru Iwata was a visionary that helped shape the gaming industry that we see today. If it wasn’t for his forethought, creativity, and dedication, many of us might not have the famous video game characters that … Continue reading Iwata’s Legacy: MONG’s Favorite Nintendo Memories