Here are five tips on how to be a happy healthy gamer, and keep on gaming for years to come.
Nintendo created the latest Beanie Babies fad with amiibo, and they’re laughing all the way to the bank.
I remember very clearly going to Toys’R’Us to play the demo kiosk for Super Mario 64. Like any good Nintendo tyke, I had a subscription to Nintendo Power and had been following the development of the “Ultra 64” with bated breath.
Many of us have been there. You’re cruising along playing game after game, reading articles on gaming, listening to podcasts on gaming, anxiously waiting upcoming releases….and then you stop.
Make no mistake about it: Splatoon is a great game. I’ve had a ton of fun with it, I gave it a positive review, and I even wrote a preview article prior to launch. That being said, it’s certainly not a perfect game.
This was my first year attending E3, and I was fortunate enough to play a ton of unreleased video games. This article will discuss my very brief impressions.
After a year of speculation, I finally had a chance to pick up Nintendo’s Star Fox Zero. I hate to admit it, but it didn’t blow me away like I had hoped.
The recently announced Rare Replay Collection for Xbox One is nothing short of amazing. It combines 30 games from one of the most talented developers ever into a single package. And it has me pumped to own an Xbox One.
The Nintendo digital event for E3 2015 came and went without much in the way of surprises. While I’m certainly excited for some upcoming games, I’m a bit disappointed that it feels like we’re not really getting the types of games that we want, and that there simply isn’t much on the horizon for the Wii U.
One of my earlier posts discussed why I favored the PS4 over the Xbox One, and noted that I haven’t touched the console in months. I was actually thinking of selling it, but Microsoft had JUST enough juicy news to get me to keep my Xbox One.