Nintendo just announced the NES Classic Edition which is a mini version of the classic 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System. This plug-n-play version of the console is significantly smaller than the original model, has HDMI support and comes with a classic [...]
Mechs Make It Better – Although it might look and play similarly to Triple Deluxe, Kirby: Planet Robobot has enough creative ideas to not only stand out from the previous 3DS title but from all other platform-based Kirby games of the past. This time [...]
Even though we reviewed Yoshi’s Woolly World on Wii U many months ago, we decided to play it since Gillman hasn’t had a chance to take a crack at it yet. During the stream we talk about Yoshi’s latest adventure, amiibos and E3 2016. Enjoy and game on!
Making You Dumber – Several weeks ago, Skunk Software released Now I Know My ABCs on the Wii U eShop with an attempt to educate young children. Following up this abysmal digital download, Skunk just released Educational Pack of Kids Games as a sequel of [...]
Bust – Looking at Skunk Software’s Wii U eShop history, it was only a matter of time before they completed their casino line-up of games to include Blackjack. Like Pharaoh’s Riches (slots) and 6 Hand Video Poker before it, Blackjack 21 is a worthless [...]
Everything You Need To Know In One Place – E3 is referred to as the busiest week in gaming and for good reason with 2016 being no exception. Not only were enhanced consoles announced, new IPs and sequels have flooded the floor of the LA Convention [...]
Nintendo’s Beanie Babies – Towards the end of 1996, Nintendo released the N64 console in America. At launch, and for months following, only two games were available: Super Mario 64 and Pilotwings 64. It wasn’t until the beginning of 1997 did this fan [...]
This week, Gillman and I put our amiibos to use by playing some of the free-to-download Mini-Mario & Friends amiibo Challenge on Wii U (also available on 3DS). The Mario, Luigi, DK, Diddy, Yoshi, Toad and other close 1st party Nintendo amiibo [...]