TINY ROBOT, BIG CHALLENGE
Last year, developer Swing Swing Submarine released a PC puzzle game called Tetrobot and Co. The game was received lovingly by puzzle fans. Just a few days ago, the game was ported to Wii U by Neko Entertainment. So how does it fare on Nintendo’s home console? Continue reading Tetrobot and Co. Review
PART-GENIE. PART-PIRATE. FULL-ADVENTURE.
The flurry of 2D platform games continues to be in the forefront of numerous indie developers. Some of these games are diamonds in the rough, while others are just flat out rough. In the third Shantae game, Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse is happily one of those treasures for the Nintendo 3DS. Continue reading Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse Review
Nintendo has announced pre-loading for Wii U and 3DS, though 3DS owners might have to wait a bit longer. Continue reading Nintendo Announces Pre-loading for Wii U and 3DS
Beware the Witch!
Old school 2D platform games have certainly been in the forefront in 2014. Games like Shovel Knight, Mighty No. 9, and Azure Striker Gunvolt are some great examples of how this seemingly “old school” type of gaming is more popular than ever. Trying to join in on the excitement is The Legend of Dark Witch. Witchcraft combined with a bit of customization allows this game to have a unique spot in this genre of games for the Nintendo 3DS.
Continue reading The Legend of Dark Witch Review
Moments ago, Nintendo finished their Nintendo Direct presentation specifically focusing on Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Be prepared, there is a LOT of information (in a good way), so check it all out below: Continue reading Nintendo Direct with a Massive Amount of Wii U Smash Details
The dreaded debate: physical games vs. digital games. Brought on by a simple chat about Super Smash Bros. for 3DS, two members of the MONG team are about to duke it out. In one corner, Harry, supporting the physical copies. In the other, Mike, the champion of digital copies. Who will win? Let’s see their thoughts below:
Don’t Get Lost in the Dungeons!
Dungeon RPG games have always captivated players. The allure of exploration, the intellectual challenge of solving problems, and the anticipation of monsters jumping out, all combined into a great gaming experience. Now, what would happen if we add real-time combat to the mix? The Keep is the well-crafted creation of all these components.
Continue reading The Keep Review
THE SUDOKO OF PICTURE PUZZLES
Puzzle games are often a hit-or-miss genre. You’ll often find a game that has little appeal or the concept has been done so many times that you just get sick of them. These games are just carbon-copies of other iterations of the same idea, but tweaked just enough so that no one gets sued. Tappingo 2 however, blends creativity with a simple design to offer a great gaming experience.
Continue reading Tappingo 2 Review
Those itching to get their hands on Hyrule Warriors can try out a demo today, available only at select retailers. Continue reading Hyrule Warriors Retail Demo
Today, Nintendo announced that they will feature a major Super Smash Bros. sale. However, this sale isn’t exactly as it sounds.
Continue reading Super Smash Bros. Sale, Kinda