First impressions from the Toto Temple Deluxe demo at PAX East 2015.
Code Name S.T.E.A.M. releases on Nintendo 3DS this Friday, and we got a chance to sit through a live demo walkthrough at PAX East 2015. Check it out!
Adventures in Pip is an upcoming Wii U game from a successful Kickstarter project. We got a chance to check it out at PAX East 2015. Here is some game footage. Make sure you also read our first-impressions of the game from PAX East.
Another chaotic multiplayer game we checked out at PAX East 2015 was Toto Temple Deluxe, which will launch on Wii U this summer. Check out some gameplay footage we grabbed while talking to the developers and playing the game.
Runbow is set to launch on Wii U in the third quarter of 2015. We got some hands-on time with it at PAX East 2015. Here is some game footage. Also, be sure to check out our first impressions of Runbow.
Our first scheduled meeting at PAX East 2015 was with the creators of Neon the Ninja, a retro-inspired 2D stealth platformer currently in development for Nintendo Wii U. I had never seen anything from this game, but after playing through the demo I am eager to see where the developers take it. ?? In the demo, I found myself leaping […]
Free DLC for Shovel Knight coming soon, with a new playable character and a new campaign. Screens inside, as well as an adorable plush Shovel Knight!
Choice Provisions to enter publishing business, with three games lined up for a 2015 release on Nintendo platforms.
This amazing fan made game just posted a trailer, and you have to see it to believe the effort that is being put in!
On this edition of my let’s play series “Hanging with HA”, I play the newly released “Kirby and the Rainbow Curse” for Wii U!
It seems our mushroom-headed explorer is more powerful than we gave him credit for. Check out this video of the Captain unleashing a deadly barrage on some Shy Guys!
Super Smash Bros. for 3DS just received a new version 1.0.5 patch, which includes Amiibo support. Since I have an imported Japanese New Nintendo 3DS and plenty of Amiibo, I decided to try it out for the first time!
Nintendo and Netflix said to be hard at work developing a Zelda TV series. Unconfirmed if “Excuse me, Princess” will be catchphrase.
The newest game in the series promises to “crank the difficulty to the max”. Can you handle it?