Category Archives: Previews
The Super Smash Bros franchise is a legendary franchise. Since the very first game on Nintendo 64, it brings everything you know and love about Nintendo in one special place. Only one Smash game releases on every console, but this year we’ll be able to play the game on two different consoles. Today we tell you more about the fantastic 3DS version.
Juju is probably the most cute platform game we’ve seen in a long time. It combines some traditional platforming with a flawless multiplayer experience. Although it’s meant to be played with children, gamers from all ages can enjoy playing it.
Hyrule Warriors isn’t your traditional Zelda game. Instead of a classic Zelda game, it’s a crossover between the Dynasty Warriors franchise and the Legend of Zelda franchise. At first this might sound weird and farfetched, but in reality, the game is shaping up to deliver a special kind of fun.
Mario Kart only releases once on every Nintendo system so the game has to be as good as possible. We had the opportunity to play Mario Kart 8 in preview and the game is shaping up to be one of the best in the franchise.
People are fascinated by beautiful legends, they have the urge to tell and retell those legends to those whom they love and cherish. A legend is never the same once it is retold, the story changes and it could become worse or in some cases better. Only the best legends have the honor and right to be retold and to become better every time it is retold. Wind Waker is such a beautiful legend, it tells the story of a young boy, travelling the sea to find the one worth fighting for. It’s a legend worth to be retold.
Nintendo’s surprise game of the E3 this year wasn’t a new entry in the Star Fox or Metroid saga but a sequel of Donkey Kong Country Returns. The sequel is named Tropical Freeze and is, just like the original on Wii, developed by Retro Studios. Retro is known for its flawless and near perfect games so it’s time to see if Tropical Freeze can measure up with the high expectations.
Super Mario is returning to Wii U after his adventures in New Super Mario Bros. U. This 3D world is a complete new 3D Mario adventure filled with new things to discover. One of the biggest improvements is the addition of a four person multiplayer mode. We were lucky enough to test some levels and we noticed the potential of this new Wii U game.
Men of this time live in a false reality. They all try to be what society and others forced them to be. Gone is the hunter, gone is the need to go on an adventure with others. Men nowadays often find themselves thinking of other times, other places. Places where you were a man when you could kill mighty beasts and bring back home some food. For those men, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is a true blessing.
I wander around in this dark castle, on my own, trying to find out the truth of my family. Sounds boring you may think but it’s far from that. The castle isn’t just an old monument filled with memories, it’s a home to many demons. Thank God I’m a gifted warrior and I can handle those demons just fine using my mighty whip. Enough for the chitchat, it’s time to continue my quest.