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Yoshi’s Crafted World Review (Switch)

Much alike the “New” series of Mario games, Nintendo have created another niche micro-genre within their platformers in the “handicrafts” area. With the latest in this line, Yoshi’s Crafted World, opting for a charmingly childish paper-craft concept this time.   The story of Yoshi’s Crafted World joins a group of Yoshis (Yoshi? Yoshiae? Yoshises?) just enjoying […]Read More

E3 2017 Rice Chat – Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Metroid Prime

Matthew, Geraint, Oscar, and Peter “Natehawke” Fury sit down to talk about the highs and lows of all the E3 2017 press conferences! Time stamps are below the video, and clickable in the YouTube description! There’s also an audio version too, so check that out.     1:36 Spider-Man 4:20 Dragonball FighterZ 7:39 Xenoblade Chronicles […]Read More

29 Things From E3 2017 Japanese Games Fans Should Know

E3 can be a tricky time of year if you love video games, but also aren’t a big fan of brown shooters. Luckily we’re here to cut through the noise, and show you the key things fellow fans of Japanese games should be paying attention to (whether they’re Japanese developed or not). The list will […]Read More

Mario Maker Wishlist

After the latest Nintendo Direct, I am left very excited for the upcoming Wii U title Mario Maker. For those who don’t know, this game will allow you to create levels using the assets and graphic styles of Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World and the New Super Mario Bros. games. […]Read More

All You Need to Know About Last Night’s Nintendo Direct

I certainly went to bed feeling excited last night, after the 11 p.m. Nintendo Direct! There were announcements about lots of new exciting features for games we already know are on the way, additions to games we already have and even a new game or two! Here is a list of all the biggest reveals. […]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