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Mining for a Crafty Review

Minecraft Switch Edition By Steve Peacock Wow! For the better part of two weeks I’ve been saying I was going to get this review written. The funny thing about game reviews is how when the game is good, it is really difficult to put the game down long enough to write the review. With a game as old as Minecraft, I don’t feel like it needs much of an introduction. You can get that from a quick Google...

Mining for a Crafty Review

So, given the limitations of the game on this console versus the amount of time I have already spent playing the game, I would have to give the game a 4 out of 5 for an overall rating. Barring some small, acceptable limitations for the hardware, this is the DEFINITIVE VERSION of the game, and likely the last one I will feel the need to buy. Unless, of course, the “New” Switch U is not backwards co...

Video: Hunt monsters as Samus Aran in Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

Capcom uploaded a video to YouTube today, showing off the latest Nintendo crossover equipment for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate: this time it’s Samus from the Metroid series, in both Power and Zero suit varieties. A new ranged weapon resembling an oversize version of Samus’s arm cannon is also shown being used by the bounty hunter turned monster hunter. Nintendo fans should be very excited...

DuckTales: Best Moon Theme Covers

The DuckTales NES soundtrack is fantastic overall, but I think you’ll agree when I say that no track sticks out more than the game’s Moon theme. Before I ever played DuckTales, I heard that glorious melody and loved it instantly. For good or bad, the Moon theme has seen cover after cover on YouTube. The video above this post is the original Moon theme, but here are some of my favorite ...

Watch the Nintendo Digital Event here

Nintendo’s Digital Event will be airing today. The streamed media briefing will be 47 minutes in length. You can watch the event at Nintendo’s official YouTube channel or at here at Nintendo’s E3 2014 website. Is your body ready?

Video: Really Freakin’ Clever – Metroid Prime

Joshua M. has posted a new video looking back at the Space Pirate Frigate prologue to Metroid Prime. In the video, we are taken aback to how Prime 1’s prologue level was an inventive and subtle way to teach the player the rules and controls as they become, in essence, Samus Aran. At eight minutes long, the video may not surprise many hardcore Metroid fans with new information, but it brings ...

Video: Super Mario Bros. theme with wine glasses and a frying pan

YouTube user Dan Newbie has made a habit of recreating memorable songs and themes with the use of kitchen utensils and various glassware. Now, he has paid homage to the Super Mario Bros. theme using only wine glasses and a frying pan. The video is an interesting take on a gaming theme so recognizable that it wouldn’t be surprising to see viewers (including myself) bang on pots and pans for a...

YouTube Spotlight: Super Mario Bros. beat with lowest possible score, no continues

Gamers typically want to get the high score, but YouTuber NotEntirelySure has uploaded a video of an impressive feat that requires exactly the opposite: getting the lowest possible score in Super Mario Bros. without using any continues. The final 500 points in this unique run come from touching 5 of the game’s flagpoles at the very bottom precisely when the clock hits 000. Mario loses just o...

YouTube Spotlight: Lovely Wii Fit Trainer – Smash Bros Animation

If you’ve been paying close attention, you know that I have been putting up YouTube Spotlights on Tuesdays (fits the whole “YouTube Tuesday” tradition), but the nice thing about doing Spotlights is that there’s nothing confining them to Tuesdays! (Honestly, though, I just plain forgot.) *Ahem* moving on. In the spirit of new characters being announced for Super Smash Bros. ...

YouTube Spotlight: Smooth McGroove

Here we go with another YouTube Spotlight, and this one promises to be something special. You may or may not be familiar with YouTuber Smooth McGroove. If you are: good for you. If not: it’s never too late. Smooth McGroove uploads a capella arrangements of classic video game tunes on his YouTube channel, which you can check out here.  Check out his latest video, the Kokiri Forest theme from ...

Youtube App Now Available For 3DS

After confirming that a 3DS Youtube app was on the way at a recent Nintendo Direct presentation, the app is now available on 3DS eShops in North America and Europe and takes up 113 blocks on your memory card. There is also the option to watch videos in High Quality and sets it to full screen instead of having a black box outside the video.