Tag Archives: Nintendo

Star Fox Zero review
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Star Fox Zero review

You know what? We’re going to have some fun here before we get into the nasty business of picking through the smouldering wreckage of this Arwing crash-site; the charred remains of Fox McCloud a testament to Nintendo’s inability to properly utilise its own hardware, let alone take command of a...

Yo-Kai Watch review
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Yo-Kai Watch review

It’s impossible to talk about Yo-Kai Watch without addressing the Snorlax in the room. Much as Nintendo would go to great pains to stress that its latest Japanese export can co-exist with the Pokémon series, it’s clear that for Yo-Kai to enjoy the same success in the west as it...

Blizzard secures its MMO throne in games™ 174

As the forces of Azeroth and Draenor look set to clash on the silver screen we go hands-on with Blizzard’s epic new expansion to World Of Warcraft and find out why it’s one of the most important to date. Plus we speak to Cliff Bleszinski about his new game and...

Is NX Nintendo’s Dreamcast?

With the 3DS reaching a plateau and Wii U lucky to get even a bronze medal out of this generation, it’s plain to see that Nintendo currently stands at a crossroads with regards to its next hardware release


Pokkén Tournament review
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Pokkén Tournament review

Pokkén Tournament is a surprising game. It’s surprising in a number of ways, not least because it even exists in the first place. For The Pokémon Company – usually notoriously protective over its IP – to give its blessing to a game in which Pokémon kick seven shades of Scizor...


Final Fantasy Explorers review
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Final Fantasy Explorers review

The best thing about Final Fantasy’s template is that it’s so variable: you’ve got an established set of monster types, jobs and magic that can bend and fit into practically any genre. But just because they can, doesn’t always mean they should. Final Fantasy Explorers is Square’s attempt at aping...

Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon review
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Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon review

Although the main Pokémon games are naturally the most lucrative for Nintendo, there remains a cult following who love its spin-off series, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon. Over the years – much like the main games – it too has tended to stick to a formula, with each new instalment only making...