The Nintendo Switch is less than two weeks away from launch, and the flexible new machine has been a divisive topic of discussion that has dominated the community. While many, myself included, are incredibly excited for March 3rd, there is a massive contingent of gamers that do not agree, and are not afraid to share their opinions. In fact, given what we know, or rather, what we do not, many could not possibly understand why anyone would be excited about the Switch. The future early-adopters and I have been called morons, fanboys, Nintendorks, Nintentards and a number of other clever names and Nintendo puns. Despite these assaults on our intelligence, there is a passionate community who couldn’t be more thrilled for the console.
Mario is celebrating his 30th anniversary this September with the release of Mario Maker for Wii U.
Amiibo sales are catching up to Wii U sales… quickly. Continue reading Worldwide Amiibo Sales Reach 5.7 Million
Nintendo has confirmed that Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker will release in the U.S. just in time for the holidays on December 5th
Super Mario is a series I hold near and dear to my heart. Heck, Galaxy 1 & 2 were some of my favorite games of the last generation. But this is a list from a critic standpoint, I think Nintendo has scrapped some stellar mechanics in recent Mario releases. So here are three things I believe should make a return to the Super Mario franchise. Continue reading 3 Things That Should Return to Super Mario
What successful franchise, that is loved by many, do you not enjoy? Continue reading Question of the Week: 5/21/14
Nintendo has thrown down the gauntlet. In the wake of the next-gen launch season, Super Mario 3D Worldmade its arrival. With nearly perfect scores across the board, the message was clear: the next-gen is here, and the Wii U has the best game. Continue reading Super Mario 3D World Review