The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an accomplishment. Never before has such a vast world teemed with so much life and character. The Witcher 3 isn’t just the best game of 2015, or of the generation, but possibly of all time.
In this month’s episode, we talk about the most recent Nintendo Direct from March 3, 2016.
FreezeMe is an outstanding blast from the past. It borrows so many ideas from Super Mario 64 that the resemblance is almost uncanny, but ultimately there’s enough new content here to constitute its own quality experience.
We discuss the new Nintendo Account and the big N’s first mobile game, Miitomo. The rumor mill surrounding the NX has been heating up, so we chat about possible features of Nintendo’s next system as well as our hopes and dreams of what might be.
Nintendo’s latest console has been a commercial failure. Hindsight is always 20/20, but it’s clear that mis-steps were made with the branding, promotion, functionality, and implementation of the Wii U. Here’s how Nintendo can return to the throne.
We can’t necessarily relate to the need to use newspapers, donuts and laxatives to sneak past a variety of uniformed guards, but it’s precisely those comically structured scenarios that elevate Level 22 past being a bland stealth experience to being an enjoyable trek towards the top.
Sleeping Dogs uses the Grand Theft Auto open world formula, but manages to introduce a host of novel story and gameplay concepts that secure its position as an outstanding game.
Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros 3 is essentially the definitive Mario 3 experience. On top of updated design, character models, music, and voice acting, it features 38 levels from the Mario 3 universe that you most likely have not played before, complete with [. . .]
It’s been awhile since we’ve talked about what we’ve been playing, and with the holiday break behind us, we’ve got quite a list to discuss. Join us for our latest podcast focusing entirely on games.
There’s no doubt about it; 2015 was a fantastic year for video games. One need only look at the honorable mentions that I list at the end of this article to understand just how many […]