Back in August 2019, a Kickstarter campaign began to raise funds for a remaster of the original Ty the Tasmanian Tiger. From humble beginnings, this campaign has managed to raise an impressive $130,000. It just goes to show the following that this 3D platformer has garnered over the years since […]

Shortly after Nintendo’s September 4th, 2019 Direct, Nintendo dropped another video on their channel. Simply titled: “First look at a new experience for Nintendo Switch”, the video showcases a still unnamed device having a multitude of motions be performed on it by players from around the world. You can check […]

Paper Mario was the second Mario based RPG to release when it debuted for the Nintendo 64 back in 2000. It followed a lot of your typical RPG tropes such as turn based combat and the party system. But it managed to stand out in other ways. A wacky light hearted RPG experience […]

Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door originally released on July 22nd 2004 in Japan, and later that year released internationally. The beloved RPG was developed by Intelligent Systems for the Nintendo GameCube and was published by Nintendo themselves. The developers have been involved with the spin-off series since its beginning on the Nintendo 64, and hasn’t […]

Mario has been through his fair share of adventures. He has stomped over countless Goombas in the Mushroom Kingdom numerous times, been teleported to different lands by jumping into paintings, and even had two games solely taking place in space. The mustachioed plumber is always encountering different mechanics and challenges […]

We can enhance it. We have the power. One of the great perks of PC gaming is the ability to adjust resolution and add anti-aliasing. Getting the best visuals out of your gaming products has been the goal of gamers for decades. Unfortunately, console gamers have long been at the […]

THQ Nordic is turning into a real necromancer of the gaming industry. They are the kings of breathing new life into the dead, abandoned mid-tier AA games and series. Darksiders, Kingdoms of Amalur, and Red Faction are recent examples of games that were largely left behind for them to bring […]

Luigi’s Mansion holds many of my fondest memories from gaming on the Nintendo Gamecube. So, once Nintendo officially announced Luigi’s Mansion 3 for the Nintendo Switch, I was compelled to revisit the original game. It’s where my love for Super Mario’s underdog first took root. The game was developed and published by Nintendo, that originally released on September 14th, 2001. Luigi’s […]

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Gamescom is finally here and a bunch of games will receive announcements, release dates and hopefully, playable gameplay demos. All eyes will turn towards Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo to see what they can offer in way of exclusives. Whilst this games development tactic may not always be the best for […]