Nintendo has been trying its best to prove that its hardware is not just for children, but then things happen and it's back to the kiddie corner. The most recent roadblock has been a nonsensical eShop restriction that prevent... more
[Update: Sorry! Didn't mean to suggest they were imports!]
As part of the Wii U Virtual Console, Nintendo will be running a special promotion in celebration of the Famicom's 30th anniversary this year. During a 30-day period,... more
New screenshots have been released for Konami's New Little King's Story, which is scheduled to come out later this summer. For those of you who can't be at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, here are some adorable pictures of the little king being cute.
I don't have a Vita yet, but this is just one more reason why I should buy one. Is anyone else looking forward to this new title? more
We may not be getting La-Mulana on WiiWare as I had hoped, but this development is just as good if not better! Last week, we mentioned that the PC port of the La-Mulana remake would be launching on July 13 to celebrate the gr... more
Ahead of the impending Steam summer sale, Amazon has gone ahead with a digital PC game sale of its own. The discounts will be happening throughout the rest of this month, so pace yourself.
Highlights for the time being include Max Payne 3 ($29.99), Spec Ops: The Line ($24.99), Syndicate ($14.99), The Darkness II ($12.49), Crusader Kings II ($9.99), and a bunch more.
I fear for my bank account. more
Even the discerning tastes of Sanji would be excited by these new One Piece: Pirate Warrior's images. The are great shots of some of the in game environments, and thankfully the first Arlong arc looks faithfully&nbs... more
Arkedo Studio made a name for itself with a series of games released on the Xbox Live Indie Game channel. Since the studio is best known for its platformers, it is only natural that Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit woul... more
The original Cities XL was a game that intrigued me back when it first came out, though very little was gonna drag me away from the high point of city building simulation games, Sim City 2000. It had all the number crunching ... more