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Mario Party: The Top 100 Review

Mario Party titles have been on the downswing in recent years, with things beginning to fall off the rails around Mario Party 6 or 7. While the final three installments of the franchise have still been great fun - and we reviewed them all fairly well - there was still something missing that the previous titles all had. Once thing, though, that Nintendo has never stalled out on, within the Mario Party franchise, are the mini games. When compared to any other home party title, Mario Party has some of the best - if not these best - mini games available, and to ...

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Nintendo Direct 9-13-17

There was a Nintendo Direct today! If you missed it, please check out the video below and then please come back for my impressions on it. I have a split opinion about today’s Nintendo Direct. I thought that the 3DS lineup was ok, meanwhile the Switch’s lineup was awesome. I’ll talk about the 3DS lineup first. The first game to be shown off in today’s Nintendo Direct was the upcoming Pokémon games. As you may know, I’m not a fan…

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League of Evil Review

Mission Log. 8/31/2017. The League of Evil have sent their scientists out to cause trouble. I have been dispatched to elimiate them by any means neccessary. I prefer my fists. The League of Evil will not win. With my Nintendo Switch in hand, I’ll take them down and then go out for a beer. League of Evil’s story is pretty simple, but the addition of humor helps it a bit. Its a very dry humor, so its possible that some…

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Nindies Summer Showcase 2017

Nintendo of America did a Nindies Summer Showcase video presentation today. A lot of games were shown off. Check out the video below and please come back for my opinion of the showcase and the games shown. The Nindies Summer Showcase today was really good. I wasn’t sure it would be at first because I didn’t find the initial games that impressive (Super Meat Boy Forever looked ok, but not my sort of game). But then we got big news…

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Nintendo of America Will Have a Nindie Showcase Video Presentation This Wednesday

Nintendo of America loves their Nintendo Directs and video presentations (so do I!). And so it should come as no surprise that another video presentation is coming up soon. This time, Nintendo will highlight Indie games coming to the Nintendo Switch! Nintendo of America’s Nindie Showcase video presentation, according to their twitter account, will highlight “multiple indie games coming to Nintendo Switch.” The presentation will be up at 10am PT on Wednesday, August 30. There is no word on what…

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More Thoughts From Me #76: Return of the SNES

I was never able to get an NES Classic Edition. I never will get one of those. So when I heard the rumor of an SNES Classic Edition, I dismissed it as fake. I also didn’t want it to happen because I knew what happened with the NES Classic. Of course, I was wrong. Again. Nintendo announced the SNES Classic Edition recently. I’ll tell you how I feel about the system now. I would love to have an Super Nintendo…

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Download Play Returns…on the Nintendo Switch?!

Download Play is always been one of my favorite things about the 3DS. Its great to have games where you can play with two or more people and only one person has to have the cart. Unfortunately, Download Play also hasn’t been used very much on the 3DS. And so it was a big surprise today when I heard that the feature would return…on the Nintendo Switch?! Read on to find out what game will use it and how this…

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Nintendo Announces the Super NES Classic Edition

I never did get the NES Classic Edition. Nintendo released a limited stock of those systems and they sold out as fast as they came in. And now Nintendo is doing it again. The Super NES (SNES) Classic Edition has been announced. We have more details, including what games will be in the system, below. The Super NES Classic Edition has been announced. Nintendo of America has priced the system at $79.99, and the system will retail in Canada for…

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Nintendo Announces Switch Paid Service Plan

Nintendo announced the Switch’s online paid service plan today. We have all the details! Nintendo has officially announced their plan for the Switch’s online paid service today. According to their official website, the paid service will not launch until 2018. When it does launch, there will be three ways to pay. It should be noted that the following prices are for the U.S. For one month, subscribers would be paying $3.99 USD, for seven months they would be paying $7.99…

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Nintendo Announces Their E3 2017 Plans

Nintendo announced their E3 2017 plans today. We thought there might be a video for this announcement but instead they just released a press release with all the details. Check out the press release below and along with my thoughts on their plans! Nintendo released a press release today detailing their E3 plans. We can expect a video spotlight, Nintendo Treehouse Live, and two tournaments at E3! Here’s the press release with all the details: “REDMOND, Wash., May 11, 2017…

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