Art Trumps Science: Brain Age speedrun is neat, especially for Nintendo fans

In old news, today I stumbled upon this tool-assisted “speed”run of the 100 math problems portion of Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day, wherein the handwriting recognition built into the game is abused with amusing results. To say more would be pointless and give the whole thing away; the video speaks for […]

Pink Love: A Kirby Dream Collection Special Edition Review.

Pretty much every review you’re going to read about Kirby’s 20th birthday compilation will begin with a direct comparison to Nintendo’s own anniversary treatment for their mustached mascot a couple of years ago. And for good reason: When the announcement was made that a special commemorative box would be released to coincide with the 25th […]

Love GoldenEye for the N64? Here, Enjoy this Long, Dry-Ass Presentation on How it All Came Together!

Martin Hollis is a name that will sound kind of familiar to anyone that grew up during the SNES and N64 days (alternatively known as the “Rare blows your mind over and over era”). His name was plastered across some of the best games to come out of Twycross during this time, specifically as director […]

Thursday's Download: Prince of Persia for the SNES PoPs Into the Wii's Virtual Console.

Erase the memory of that Godawful flick where Charleton Heston plays a Mexican Jake Gyllenhaal plays a Persian from your mind right now. There was once a time (and not so long ago) when the Prince of Persia brand was synonymous with quality side-scrolling platform gaming. People would yap on and on about how cool […]