2005: Game of the Year: Resident Evil 4 2005 was looking like the end. Yeah, I’d been getting a kick out of some of the games for Nintendo’s “third pillar” system, the Nintendo DS *insert third leg joke here – but for whatever reason there just wasn’t a whole lot out there that was doing […]
Surprise, surprise. Nintendo announced that they’re still in the video game business yesterday by revealing their software lineup for the first half of 2010. What’s that? A sequel to Super Mario Galaxy, a brand new Metroid developed by Team Ninja and a ton of rumors pointing to a holiday release for the first Legend of […]
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcaUluahdwM ZERO games on Virtual Console this week. Is this a portent of things to come? Europe’s been dealing with this situation every other week lately. I hate that shit, mostly because with old games you either know whether it’s good or bad, or it’s some strange surprise from the mists of time and thus […]
Our good buddies over at Nintendo Life posted a pretty good read a little while back asking a question that I’ve spent far too many nights lying awake in a sweat-stained bed, torturing my precious little mind over. Will Nintendo’s original arcade versions of their classic titles ever be made available and if so, when […]
2004: Game of the Year: Terminator 3: The Redemption For some of you this may be where my decade in review nukes the shark, but hang with me. I never claimed this list to be a best of the decade feature. This is a retrospective of my most played and favorites. So how can a […]
The press release this week is Presidents’ Day-themed, but we all know better.
Being with you is even more satisfying than that time I managed to collect every star coin on the most bullshit of Super Mario stages. I love you
Well, these are just insanely gorgeous.
L L H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H 3 B Without that password I would have never believed that Judge Doom could be reached at the end of this game for the the original NES. Like so many other titles during the 8-bit […]