Hello, is Mario dressing up in a bunch of rando costumes your favorite thing ever? Because it sure is mine!
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp was released last Tuesday and I have been playing it almost non-stop ever since. I even got my mom playing and invested in it, too.
Within the last few days, Nintendo’s last three pre-Switch home consoles celebrated their birthdays!
The GameCube (16) is now old enough to drive, the Wii (11) is in middle school and the Wii U (5) is entering kindergarten.
All video games must come to an end at some point. But all video games do not end equally. And that is well proven by the end credits in the Paper Mario franchise.
Spoiler alert: All credits lead me back to the original.
Paper Mario has some really messed up stuff going on underneath that cute, paper exterior.
Alternate Title — Mega Evolutions: Likely Soon to be Extinct, but Not Totally Hideous
I’ve had Pokemon on the brain recently, specifically mega evolutions.
Video games create immersive experiences that take players a lot of places… Although they aren’t always places you want to go.
Something interesting I saw recently: Nintendo is potentially working on an Achievement system, like Sony and Microsoft have.
I, for one, am pretty excited about this.
To continue full steam ahead on the hype train for Super Mario Odyssey, Nintendo set up a SMO-themed “newspaper” site — the Odyssey Journal.
With Nintendo creating thousands of video games since the mid 1980s, there’s bound to be tons of popular games that you just never got around to playing.
Whether it be for lack of interest, time, money or whatever, we’ve all skipped a game that has now come to be considered a “classic.”
I started thinking about this and wondered just how many of these classics I’ve missed out on in my lifetime.
Besides the glaringly obvious Super Mario 64.