With the launch of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, people are whinging about Nintendo’s rubbish online again, and rightly so. Unfortunately, Nintendo have never done online very well. Let’s take a look at some choice examples from all the way back in the 2000s.
Here’s five more characters that should be in Smash Bros. Ultimate for Nintendo Switch. Seriously, bet on these guys for DLC. I’m telling you.
24 games. 10053 words. It’s the complete history of Wario, all on one big tidy page.
After going missing for twelve years, WarioWare is back in town, and it’s better than ever. Read all about it.
That’s what she said, har har. Seriously, though, what’s with the chunk? Well, I have some reasons. Come have a read, you old sausage.
It’s not really an editorial, but I don’t have a better title for it. Editorial sounds better than ‘a collection of ramblings and opinions about games, the website, and sometimes real life.’ Hopefully, though, this will be a monthly thing!
Nintendo have recently added three brand new additions to their budget Selects range – Super Mario Maker, Animal Crossing: Welcome Amiibo, and Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D. Are they any good? Find out in three quick reviews!
This time, we take a look at Shigeru Miyamoto’s ‘forgotten game’ – a game about a mole family, a farmer, and a kidnapping. Typical stuff, then. Have a look at it with me.
Splatoon 2 released last year to critical acclaim, and it’s recently opened it’s doors to some paid DLC. Is it delicious calamari, or a poisonous pufferfish of shite? Read on.
Look at what wandered along – it’s an article from an alternate dimension about E3! I wonder what was different? Spoiler: it was ace, rather than crap.