Tags : Wii

Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn Review (3DS)

Kirby is one of the most well-known of Nintendo’s protagonists, being unbearably cute and accessible to people of all ages. His adventures in Dream Land have always been solid if easy experiences, and this extends to his newest adventure, Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn, a 3DS port of the 2010 Wii original.   The story follows […]Read More

7 Possible (?) Reasons for the Nintendo Switch Tax

Ever wondered why games for the Nintendo Switch are so expensive? Sometimes more than on alternative platforms? It’s not always by much, though sometimes it’s a whole lot, but it’s definitely enough of a trend to be noticeable. So, what’s the deal with that? Here are some possible reasons for what I like to call […]Read More

Rice Chat: Consoles In 2016

Oscar, Peter, and Geraint sit around and talk about what 2016 might hold for their favourite consoles, and the Nintendo NX, PC, and MMOs too!     We upload a tonne of videos, so subscribe to us on YouTube to get updates on them as soon as they go up!   Check out the Rice Chat playlist […]Read More

Oscar & Peter’s Gaming & Anime Awards 2015

It’s nearly the end of the year! And what would the end of the year be without some kind of “year in review” thing? Nothing. It would cease to end, and we would be trapped here forever. To put an end to this curse, Oscar & Peter bring you their gaming and anime awards for […]Read More

Rodea the Sky Soldier Review (Wii U)

Rodea the Sky Soldier is an odd one considering it was ready for release four years ago on Wii but was held back to release on the Wii U, but was it worth the wait?   I’m a huge Yuji Naka fan as I love Sonic the Hedgehog, especially the ones he created, and his […]Read More

Satoru Iwata Passes Away at Age 55, but He’ll Always

Today we say goodbye to one of gaming’s greatest. Satoru Iwata passed away 11th July 2015 due to cancer complications. His illness was a problem from 2014, where he missed E3 2014 because of it. You’d be forgiven for not realising he was unwell, as he continued to work hard at Nintendo, even running the […]Read More

Yuji Naka & Zin Hasegawa Talk Rodea the Sky Soldier

Rodea the Sky Soldier‘s development has been a bit troubled. It was originally developed for Wii and finished around 2011, but nobody would publish it. It’s only now we’re getting it, on September 25th in Europe, for Nintendo Wii U and 3DS. It’s a “flying action” game than resembles NiGHTS more than a little bit. […]Read More

Rodea the Sky Soldier Wii U First Prints to Include

NIS America have announced that first print copies of the Wii U version of Yuji Naka’s passion project, Rodea the Sky Soldier, will include the Wii version of the game too. What’s weird is that the Wii version was initially thought to have been cancelled, despite being finished in 2011, as nobody would publish it. […]Read More

Seven Games I Want to See on the Virtual Console

It being the start of a new year, it’s only natural for us to wonder about what things the next twelve months might hold. Since I happen to really like Nintendo’s Virtual Console service, it’s also only natural for me to wonder about the games we’ll see added to it before 2016 arrives. I suppose […]Read More