Brian and Matt bring the thunder in Episode 6 of More Than The Score, this time welcoming frequent contributor Courtney to talk about Final Fantasy Type-0 HD before giving the lowdown on Mario Party 10 and LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin. No spoilers. Just reviews.
Leaving The Party Early The Mario Party series has always been dwarfed by Mario Kart and Super Smash Bros. as Nintendo’s premier party titles. At its best, the latest iteration to the series, Mario Party 10, is a haphazard attempt at stepping out of the shadows of its couch co-op competitors.
Mario Party 10 screenshots hit the internet six weeks before its release, giving us a great view of the new boards to come.
Not even six months after the release of Mario Party: Island Tour on the Nintendo 3DS, the franchise is getting a new sequel in the line-up.
The Fate of the Kart Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for Nintendo Switch is the nitro-filled version compared to the original game on Wii U. With the fan favorite Battle Mode making a triumphant return, all the DLC included, and several new playable characters, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is right at home on Nintendo Switch.
After the monumental success of Pokémon Go, many wondered what Nintendo’s next step into the mobile market would be. Their questions were answered during Apple’s annual September keynote, which saw Shigeru Miyamoto himself onstage to announce Super Mario Run, a mobile Mario game built from the ground up for mobile devices.
It appears Nintendo is letting the big dogs out of the cage for the NX launch.
Super Mario 64 is one of my favorite video games ever. I remember getting my Nintendo 64 a few months after the system was first released and it was my first game. I loved Mario games before that, especially Super Mario World, but Mario 64 blew my mind. The freedom from running around in three … Continue reading Mario Doesn’t Try Anymore
A picture emerged in MiiVerse today showing Sonic the Hedgehog in the first Super Mario Bros. game for NES. In other news: Generation X gamers worldwide break stuff and riot in the streets.
Rumors were circulating on the internet that gold and silver editions of Mario amiibo figures were coming. Nintendo has finally confirmed that the rumors were partially true.