Sometimes, it’s the games that aren’t meant to be scary that frighten us the most. Maybe it’s their unsuspecting nature catching us off guard, or that just a brief moment of horror in an otherwise happy experience is enough to unsettle even the toughest of tough guys (and gals). Whatever the root of it, if these games aren’t keeping you up until all night playing, they’re keeping you up all night for an entirely different reason.
Super Mario Maker has evolved from a cute level editor into one of the most promising titles of 2015. We had a chance to try out the game last month and came away with minds blown over the endless and outright extreme creations the game can allow for.
Corey and Nic continue to delve deeper into the bowels of the Mushroom Kingdom to defeat the dastardly King Booga.
We commence our first Let’s Play as Corey and Nic venture through the Mushroom Kingdom to save the helpless Prince Luigi.
The Wii U is an enigma, certainly unlike any Nintendo console to come before it. Upon its initial announcement and indeed to this day, many are still confused as to what exactly this system aims to be. Here, two editors and long-time Nintendo fans give their opposing views on the console and its foreseeable future in a good ol’ fashion versus!
With games like the Wind Waker, The Last Of Us, and Halo: Master Chief Collection finding successful “HD,” “Remastered,” or “Definitive,” homes on the new generation of consoles, it’s clearer than ever that developers are happy to pump out dolled up versions of their older gems. Whether you see these as pleasant revisits to some of your favourite worlds or simply wastes of your time, this re-release trend isn’t going away any time soon. With that said, let’s talk about five HD remakes that we absolutely need to see during this generation of gaming.
Love ’em or hate ’em, amiibo has been an unavoidable topic of conversation on gaming articles and their attached comment sections for the past few months. While no direct sales figures are yet public, as someone who works in gaming retail receiving daily phone calls and in store inquiries on what’s in stock and when certain figures are expected to arrive, I can personally affirm that yes, the amiibo hype is real.