Over three months after its debut, the Nintendo Switch’s future was given a glimpse to all at E3 2017. In this piece, I give my thoughts about the Nintendo Switch and what’s to come, definitively and specutively. Continue reading
Nintendo has debuted their first Mario game for smartphones, Super Mario Run. For $10, you can experience a new kind of Mario game that utilizes the strengths of a touch screen. Is it worth your time or money? Continue reading
For the past 20 years, the name Lara Croft has become a household name and appeared in many different forms, from movies to Halloween costumes and of course, video games. But where did it all begin? To celebrate the 20th anniverary, I talk a little bit about the 1996 game Tomb Raider. Continue reading
The NES Classic has gone up for sale (but good luck getting one!) In the meantime, I finally decide to share my thoughts on the mini plug-n-play system. Continue reading
For any series that spans multiple games across the years, there’s bound to be changes, yes? Whether those changes are good or bad is up to the people who play the games. And like movies, music or books, chances are if you like one entry, you’ll give the other ones a chance. But what if the changes done from one entry to the next change is too much?
So the Electronic Entertainment Exposition started on the 11th, with a few big companies revealing their plans for games they’ll be rolling out within the next year while other games have been announced with no release date. Here’s a few of my thoughts.
I didn’t plan on reviewing this game nor did I plan on posting anything soon. But after some thought, I figured why not? I recently beat the game and I do have some thoughts on it…so what better day to do so than Mother’s Day?
It’s time to dive into the best known game of the Mother series, Earthbound.