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Is the WiiU surging back after the debut of it’s flagship racing title is finally released?
Get your side-scrollers ready for this week’s Retro Game of the Week!
Pick up thy sword, and our Retro Game of the Week!
You don’t have to be a Star Citizen to check out this week’s Retro Game of the Week!
Check out our interview with Jed from Fate of the Game about all things Nintendo!
Storm’s a comin'; it’s this week’s Retro Game of the Week!
This week’s Retro Game of the Week is the stuff of legends!
Like a zombie that just…won’t…die; it’s this week’s Retro Game of the Week!
Boldly go with Brandon into this week’s Retro Game of the Week!
Break out the baseball bats; it’s about to get ugly, Nintendo fans.
Let’s be very clear here: Nintendo did not lose E3, but it certainly did not win.
Nintendo announces Mario and Luigi: Dream Team Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
Looking to try out some Wii U titles without signing your soul to Gamefly or dropping 60 bucks? Redbox is finally flying to your rescue.
Rayman Legends for Wii U delayed until “early September”, with simultaneous release on Xbox 360 and PS3
Disappointing news, Wii U fans. For those of us looking forward to something new to play this month with the impending release of Rayman Legends, which by all accounts looks to be a stellar game, we will have to wait a bit longer. Ubisoft Montpelier announced today that the game was going to be pushed […]
Nintendo’s patron saint Satoru Iwata dropped by the INTERNETS this morning to bless us all with more Wii U knowledge, and boy, did he deliver! Below, you’ll find screenshots and information about what was discussed, in case you missed it! Let’s go! Miiverse Iwata began by talking about Miiverse, stating the community was thriving, and […]
Actually, it’s being called the Wii Mini, a new $99 console version of the popular Wii in a sleek red and black. Here’s the catch: it’s only being sold in Canada, and it cuts Gamecube and Internet functionality in order to make it into that nice, sexy package. No game is included, either, and while […]