Super Mario Maker Nintendo Wii U 1 million copies

Super Mario Maker For Wii U Sells More Than 1 Million Copies

Great news folks – in a press release from Nintendo UK, it’s been confirmed that Super Mario Maker for Wii U has sold over 1 million copies around the world. It’s also been confirmed that Mario fans have played fan created levels 75 million times. Do you own Super Mario Maker? If so, share your level codes … Continue reading

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NS Review – Etrian Mystery Dungeon (3DS)

For those of you that might not know, I am a sucker for a JRPG with an anime aesthetic. Games like Chrono Trigger and The Worlds End With You rank as some of my favourite games of all time for their gameplay, art style, music and many other factors. As the genre is running a … Continue reading

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NS Review – Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians (Wii U)

BOOM-TISH-KAH-TISH-BOOM-TISH-KAH-TISH-ERROR-EWAH-WIKI-WIKI-WAH-WAH!!! ^now try reading those fourteen words again but far far quicker. Got it? Ace. If you don’t then read the rest of this review at least you’ve made an achievement today. An achievement of being able to banter with the same beatbox identity similar to the cast of Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians! Here’s … Continue reading

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Tri Force Heroes Preview

NS Preview – The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes (3DS)

The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes; an upcoming 3DS game that takes the lively and bright style of A Link Between Worlds, mashes it up with some of the best gameplay mechanics from Four Swords, sprinkles in some new features, and then vomits in a healthy(?) dose of Kill la Kill. The result? **It … Continue reading

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Blocky Bot Review

NS Review – Blocky Bot (Wii U eShop)

If Minecraft and Nihilumbra had strange, little indie babies, I’d imagine Blocky Bot would be the outcome. This game is pretty simple. You’re a small character who has to jump to platforms, avoiding enemies, and escaping some kind of void chasing you. (Optional; collecting money as you do all of this for unlockables) Press A … Continue reading

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NS Review – Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows (eShop)

After what has felt like a century (and is only realistically a few months), Yacht Club Games have released the long-awaited DLC pack for Shovel Knight, which is available now across all platforms. For all those that are unfamiliar with Shovel Knight, you can find my review of the main game here, or just go … Continue reading

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NintenRants V – Nintendo and the European Problem

After a short break, the NintenRants are back and with a little more ferocity. The last one tackled the difficult issue of why I think Super Mario Galaxy 3 should never be made (which you can find here). So, let’s get down to this! Europe doesn’t really matter to Nintendo. That may sound like a … Continue reading

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The start of a motion-filled adventure

NS Review – Wii Play (Wii)

Wii Play was released almost 10 years ago, in 2006, accompanying the birth of the Wii. While it’s not a cinematic, explosive game, bursting with almost too much content to know what to do with (in fact quite the opposite), it is a surprisingly important part of the Wii’s history.The Wii brought one of our … Continue reading

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NS Review – BADLAND: Game of the Year Edition (Wii U)

So how do I go about explaining a two year old touchscreen experience for those who’ve somehow tumbled into this assembly of words? Here’s hoping not BAD(LAND)ly… … …wrong crowd? Muse with me now that perhaps you’re in a scenario where your mobile device is far from smart nor do you care much for feverish … Continue reading

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Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson

NS Review – Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson (3DS)

Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson,  from Marvelous, is an interesting game. Yes, it focuses around teenage girls that lose more and more of their clothes the more they fight. I’m sure you’ve heard about this? It’s a gimmick that gives the game it’s own unique approach to the scrolling, fighting genre; yes – it’s certainly … Continue reading

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