What is the best Pokémon game? This question is incredibly polarizing, and it’s not too difficult to see why. While the core gameplay has always been the same, each generation has brought on new interface changes, minigames, stories, Pokémon and additional features like Secret Bases and the Entralink that give new entries their own unique appeal. These minor changes…
Just Dance 2014 is the latest edition of the world’s best-selling dance-game genre. Are the new features and songs worth an additional buy, especially if you own Just Dance 1-4? Also would newcomers enjoy this version? Check out our review.
Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D – this game is B-A-N-A-N-A-S!
Koopa Soundworks has put together a collection of 34 tracks from Mario, Zelda, Metroid, Fire Emblem, Sonic, Street Fighter, Mega Man, Tetris, and more in “World 1-2: The Complete Collection.” Does the quality match the quantity, though?
Scribblenauts Unmasked allows the player to solve puzzles and fight villains with the superpower that is their imagination. Is the game truly limited to what your mind can create, though?
Will this game be all clear skies and fun, or will it be cloudy with a chance of not being so good? Read on to find out!
Will this game be a giant snoozefest or will it be the RPG of your dreams? Read on to find out how this one stacks up!
AiRace Speed has you piloting high-speed jets through tracks with lots of obstacles and crazy turns, but does it have what it takes to keep you coming back for more?
The newest album from the Videri String Quartet is one of those. They have recently released “Portals,” where they play, what they refer to as “game music greatest hits.” After listening to the album a few times, I thought I would share some thoughts.
Will this game be a twisted mess or will it be better than your wildest dreams? Read on to find out!
Jupiter has been bringing Picross games to Nintendo platforms since Mario’s Picross back in 1995. With 18 years of experience, you’d think that the games would keep getting better and better… right?