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Mother Retrospective – A Look Back at One of Nintendo’s

When people think of the big Nintendo names, they probably think of Mario, Link, Chunky Kong, and all of the others that we’ve come to love over the years. Not enough people will say Ninten, Ness, or Lucas.       The Mother series is one of Nintendo’s crowning achievements and it’s a terrible shame […]Read More

My Top 5 Japanese Games (from the 90s)

Ah, the 90s. A magical time, quite literally, that brought me some of my favourite television shows as a child: Charmed and Sabrina the Teenage Witch. I had watched Spice Girls: The Movie too many times to count and was desperately trying to style my hair like Rachel from Friends. What a time to be […]Read More

Four Cool Fire Emblem Crossovers and Cameos

Fire Emblem is a series which mostly keeps to itself. You don’t see Marth playing basketball with real life sportsmen or Sigurd racing in Mario Kart titles. Sure, several of the characters have appeared in the Super Smash Bros. series since Melee and Codename S.T.E.A.M. features Amiibo support which makes several Fire Emblem characters playable (I can’t […]Read More

5 Wrongly Overlooked Donkey Kong Games

The Donkey Kong series is one which I’ll always be hugely fond of. It’s full of tonnes of absolutely classic games, but for some reason, even the most popular  games in the series are a little less well known than those of other series, and so the more obscure games in the series get unfairly […]Read More

Ten Interesting Link Links: Zelda Crossovers

I’m sure everybody’s very excited for the Mario Kart 8 DLC which will see Link from The Legend of Zelda series racing against Mario and his friends in the Mushroom Kingdom (as well as adding a cool Hyrule track), but this isn’t the first crossover Link’s been involved with. Let’s look back over some of the […]Read More

Eight Defining Games of the Waggle Generation

American dance duo Reel 2 Real released “I Like to Move It” in 1993. The song charted in 1994, and enjoyed a fair amount of success. But it wasn’t until 2005 with the release of DreamWorks’s Madagascar that the song would truly go viral, becoming the main song associated with the series. Similarly, the concept of “moving […]Read More