Up until the announcement of Pokemon Sword and Shield, the mainline series was never featured on Nintendo's major home consoles. Instead, the N64 and Gamecube saw many attempts at making experimental ventures. Perhaps the most popular of these being Pokemon Battle Stadium. I never had a chance to play it, heard it was good. Instead I gravitated…Continue
Posted by Mike Lind on July 16, 2019 at 10:30am
One of the big rumors for E3 was Nintendo was going to announce a new Switch model. That didn't happen.
However, they did end up announcing a new Switch Model... in the middle of July.
The Nintendo Switch Lite.
This leaner version of the Nintendo Switch is focused more on portability then anything else. Sporting a sleeker design…Continue
Posted by James Tuttle on July 11, 2019 at 5:56pm
Cuphead is going to Netflix in the form of the Cuphead Show!
And why wouldn’t it? In fact, I would think they’d kill two birds if game production coincided with the show. And imagine the in-game events that they could have with a show running alongside the game.
Netflix could go a step…Continue
Posted by Verlane on July 9, 2019 at 1:00pm
When the conversation of the greatest video game of all time comes up, certainly it's subjective and there's no general consensus on formulating a definitive answer. And I try to not sound like a product of my time (says the guy that writes a column that exclusively talks about retro games), but I feel the world's greatest video games on the planet…Continue
Posted by Mike Lind on July 9, 2019 at 10:30am
Nintendo has had a history of censoring their games. From turning blood to sweat in the original Mortal Kombat to removing religious symbols from The Legend of Zelda. Nintendo went a little crazy with their censorship rules.…
Posted by James Tuttle on July 6, 2019 at 3:13pm