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What’s in an age?

In a time before video games ruled the earth, there were board games. Board games, just like video games, include suitable age ranges for the potential players. Monopoly is more suitable for teenagers and older adults. Uno can be played by like 5 year olds, and Risk is somewhere in between. You can think of that being the equivalent to M, E, and Teen in game rating terms. That leaves me with a que...

Nintendo: The Critique

Don’t be too unorthodox! There, I said it. Nintendo has a way of playing the “we know more that anyone else” card. By doing that, they tend to miss the boat sometimes. I still can’t believe what they pulled by saying online play wouldn’t catch on. What were they thinking? It makes me wonder if they didn’t have it planned, and by the time the next gen consoles ca...

Nintendo: The Good

What makes Nintendo so unique? Why is is that out of all the big three console manufacturers, Nintendo is the only one with a true cult following? I attribute it to two things: great design and the creative risk taking. First, Nintendo always makes sure they design a great product. Be it the ergonomic GameCube controller, the amazing packaging behind Wario Ware, or minimal if any load times, the c...

Overlooked Games

I was looking through Game Rankings online rankings and came across a few GameCube titles that I’ve either overlooked or have never had the time to play. The three that most intrigued me were Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, Beyond Good and Evil, and the oh so stylistic Viewtiful Joe. If you’ve played any of them on the GameCube, which would you go after first?

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You have landed on the place for all things Nintendo. News, commentary, articles, and speculation. Not just a platform but a gaming lifestyle. Kiddies welcome. Always informed.

Open for business

I will be posting the first article shortly, which will explain the reason for starting this blog, namely why I chose the unorthodox Japanese company, what it does well, what it needs to improve on, and challenging the idea that if something is made for a younger audience, it must equals less fun. In reality, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Nintendo is unique in that they are the on...