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.
It's so cute!
“It’s not just the Pokémon who are getting stronger and growing, it’s also the player alongside the Pokémon.”
Some games are just too good to complete.
Here's everything we learnt about Luigi's Mansion 3 at E3 last week.
A lot can be said for being able to breed and house your own personal labour force.
Discovering life lessons in a WiiU party game.
Job automation spares no one.
By combining two addictive yet contrasting gameplay styles, Cadence of Hyrule crafts a brief and brilliant flash of adventure.
It's a trip through vibrant, neon-lit worlds where the laws of physics don’t apply, set to a catchy pop soundtrack.
It won't look as good as other formats, but hey, this one's portable.
Based on the demo we played, the combat feels challenging and good, and the levels look and sound great.
The Daemon X Machina Grip controller is pretty limited in what it can do, but its solid, hefty aesthetic counts for a lot.
It's just about as bare-bones as a retro collection can be.
You’re not going to be able to play Fire Emblem: Three Houses without going through some kind of emotional pain.
These are beautiful!
All I really wanted from MUA3 was variety. It didn't disappoint.