Microsoft has put out a slew of Windows Games on sale for Black Friday today but also to celebrate the recent release of Windows 10.
People have actively criticized Nintendo ever since the Wii U came out a number of years ago, but the reality is that the Wii U and 3DS still might be the ideal family Video Game gift this holiday season. The reason for this? Local multiplayer, something not easily available on the Xbox One or the PS4. Even though the rumored Nintendo NX will be available next year, there are some great deals right now on the Wii U, and we should assume current game purchases will work on the new console in ...
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27th November, 2015
The Black Friday craziness has begun, and although you might not be getting the door crasher or lightning deals, there is still plenty of good options out there. Although this list does not include links, it hopefully will point you in the right directions. These are some of our personal favorite games and accessories. Most - although not all - of these deals are Canada specific with the price, but available across North America.
Nintendo in Canada has some great deals this Black Friday and you will notice similar prices and products available in the United States. You getting your hands on one or many of these bundles will be determined by how much work you are willing to put in and how many hours you are willing to wait out in the snow and cold! Even if it is not a bundle you want, Nintendo is promising cyber deals on the eShop as well, so expect to save up to 40% on some of your favorite Nintendo franchises!
Microsoft has started their annual Black Friday Sale at the digital Xbox Store, giving us discounts on content such as games, season passes, apps and movies across Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles. We have provided all of the Xbox One and Xbox 360 games are below.
I've been playing Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash for a good while now, and frankly, it is not the greatest game. However, I have been reading reviews of others, and while I agree with almost 100% of what they are saying, I'm shocked by the scores I've been seeing. Most notably for me was the 3.5 the game scored from Nintendo World Report. Now, to be fair, I agree with everything the author said in his article, and in fact, have a lot of respect for the author himself. In my own experiences with ...
Some of Nintendo's biggest biggest franchises are landing on the Wii U within the next couple weeks, and we have been playing them all. While reviews will go live prior to the launch of each title, we have broken them down for you below so you can make an informed buying decision.
We are playing our way through Fallout 4 currently, and have already complete part 1 of our review in progress, which you can read here. In this next edition of our Fallout 4 review, we are looking at character customization and base building, two areas of the game that will have you spending many hours!
It has been a long while since we got a Nintendo Direct, and the roughly 45 minute presentation did not disappoint. The games I am most excited for where given even more details, and the game my son is excited for - Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival - was actually looked at in more depth. Why that was done the day before release is beyond me, but it happened.
The first few hours of Fallout 4 have exhilarated me, frustrated me, and made me go, "What?" That is what you are in for if you decide you want to play Fallout 4. Although our review isn't live yet - and won't be for a while! - I can safely say that if open world RPG's are your thing, you probably don't want to pass up on this, even if you've never played a Fallout game in the past. Consider this the beginning of our Review-in-Progress.