Steven tells you exactly why Nintendo needs to drop the Wii U's price in time for the holidays. Don't miss it!
It’s a good day to be a fan of Donkey Kong Country, Rare, and video game music. Not only are Retro bringing the series to the next-generation, they’re taking a piece of Rare with them — in the form of David Wise. Infamous for his time at Rare, his current freelance status begged the possibilities [...]
Steven and Jarrod talk about the Sony E3 2013 press conference, and the Nintendo Direct broadcast. Lots of excellent points are made, and plenty of silly ones as well. We hope you enjoy.
So let's recap Nintendo's latest Wii U releases. This was a Wii U-centric video, but had two 3DS games to talk about. Here's the whole video:
Steven decides to review one of the most unique Mario games of all time. The question is whether or not he's a fan. Come on in to find out.
Steven reviews one of the very best games ever made. Can he score it anything but a 10?
One of the hardest games ever released on the SNES finally made its way to Steven. After all these years he decides he was man enough to tackle the enormous challenge. Come inside to final out his final word on this legendary title.
Inspired by Super Mario Galaxy? Sega veterans will think back to a more obscure inspiration from a cancelled title on the Sega Saturn. If you didn't get the hint in the title, read on to find out.
After years of missing out on the Kirby series, Jarrod finally decides now's the time to get serious and finish off at least one game in the series.
With Super Metroid recently hitting the Wii U Virtual Console, Jarrod simply couldn't resist getting a review out. He's waiting almost 20 years to review this extraordinary game.
Get ready Nintendo fans, as Nintendo just announced when they will be holding their global E3 Nintendo Direct broadcast.
One of the most difficult videogames of all time is about to hit the Wii U Virtual Console. Jarrod tells you why this is one game you need to experience, or avoid like the plague. Come on inside for full details.
Jarrod goes over all the announcements made during today's Nintendo Direct Broadcast. While there weren't any huge surprises, there were a few things Nintendo fans won't want to miss out on.
A Resident Evil: Revelations demo has just been released on Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, and the Wii U eShop. Jarrod downloads the Wii U version to compare it to the 3DS original, and talks a bit about all the different control options.
The Wii U is struggling to stay afloat right now, but had Nintendo played their cards right, they could have positioned the Virtual Console as one of the main selling points of the platform. Jarrod looks at what Nintendo is doing wrong with the Virtual Console, and how they could turn things around.