News, commentary and everything else about the most venerable of the console Big Three: Wii U, 3DS, Mario, Pokemon, Zelda, Smash Bros and a healthy dose of retro.
This needs to be a real Amiibo.
Wrestlers weren't jumping up and down in an anti-gravity wrestling chamber. Frames were just dropping.
Taking down shirts featuring images and designs that 2K doesn’t have the right to makes perfect sense, but players are still frustrated by the changes.
Get out of that image and into my collection.
The reward of tackling such a huge challenge and finding new tricks keeps runners coming back for more.
Exploring the strange, dreamlike world of Zeldawave.
And there's not a Mario in sight.
Is this reason enough to move to China?
Let’s talk about some of the biggest additions that will have a major impact on the way competitors approach tournaments.
There are probably a hundred old games that I would definitely buy again on Switch, but these are a start.
Capcom has been teasing this for a few months now, although we didn’t know it at the time.
There’s no word on a release date yet, but get ready for some retro action.
We talk about how conflicted we are about Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, what Pokémon probably taste like, and Zelda's role in BoTW in the latest episode of the Favecast.
Junk items and souvenirs may be perceived as worthless by the more stone-hearted gamers, but these baubles represent priceless memories for the more sentimental amongst us.
Freemium games are nothing new, but something about timers and microtransactions lessens the innocent, wholesome feeling that past Animal Crossing titles had in spades.
Turns out some Pokémon truly defy description.
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