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Mobile: Nintendo’s future?

Nintendo might want to move more of their franchises to mobile if the reports regarding Pokemon GO are any indication. Although I like Nintendo on their own platform, and wish they would remain there, you cannot deny the success of the Pokemon Release. According to some reports, Nintendo and the Pokemon Company have racked up over 14 million dollars in revenue already. That is huge! The argument for Nintendo going to more than just mobile could easily be made here.…

 

Geek Fuel May 2016 Unboxing and Review

We are back with another subscription box unboxing video, and this time it is Geek Fuel's May 2016 box with items from Deadpool, Game of Thrones (unfortunately not in mine!), Uncharted, and more! This was our first time looking at a Geek Fuel box and apparently we got set up just in time to get what might be the best subscription box from start to finish that I have ever seen. Thanks to Mike over at Geek Fuel for hooking us up with this box to review. Our full written review is below the video!

 

1 Up Box May 2016 RPG Unboxing and Review

We just recently got our first 1 Up Box in the mail, and of course, we had to unbox it and review the contents. For it being the first box I got from this company, I have to say the bar is set fairly high. Check out the video directly below here and the full review with pictures will follow. Thanks again to 1 Up Box for sending this over. If you want to order your own 1 Up Box, just head to www.1upbox.com and get the subscription length that you want!

 
 

Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek

Puzzles games have predominantly found their way onto mobile devices. These games lend themselves to touch screens and for on-the-go gaming. When companies attempt to move games from mobile to console, the results are often disastrous.

 

French Developer DotEmu Releases Pang Adventure

French developer and publisher DotEmu has launched their latest title, Pang Adventure, on PC, Xbox One, and mobile today. Pang Adventure focuses on two protagonists that must save the human race from an alien invasion. With its bright graphics, Pang Adventure is sure to enlighten many players, both young and old.

 

Miitomo is a Hit

Miitomo is a hit, and know one should be surprised. While I continue to have my reservations about how long it will continue to be relevant without some significant changes, it appears as if people are happy with it for now. They are really happy, in fact. Today, Nintendo released some data on Miitomo's success since launch. With over 4 million active monthly users, the game is generating 40,000 dollars per day. The average user is playing for 8 minutes per day.

 
 

Disney’s Magical Kingdoms Fun But…

Disney and Gameloft's latest money making scheme - I use that word in gest here! - is Disney's Magical Kingdoms, a free-to-play game where you get to organize and build your own Magic Kingdom, complete with characters and some of your favorite Walt Disney rides and attractions. Overall, things are mostly good...when I actually get to play it.

 

Miitomo Launches in North America March 31st

Miitomo has been trending lately on all social media networks, and frankly, is getting mixed reviews. This shouldn't be surprising: some people will love it - and love to tell others about it - while many will also really hate - and be glad to let their opinions known.

 

Miitomo Preview (Japanese App Store)

In October 2015 Nintendo's brand new smartphone game was revealed to the world: Miitomo. Initial thoughts were mixed, even from me. The common consensus was that the app was just a toned down version of Tomodachi Life for your portable device. Well, the app just came out in Japan and I got my hands on the English version of it. So, what is Miitomo?

 
 

Freemium Disney Magic Kingdom Game coming from Gameloft

Gameloft is known for making some pretty sweet games, but also for making some duds. However, Disney must have faith in them as the company famous for Mickey Mouse has teamed up wtih Gameloft to release a new, adventure park creating game called Disney Magic Kingdoms. To be honest, I'm surprised this hasn't existed until now. Although we don't usually cover these types of games on Games Reviews I'm making an exception for one, main reason. I am a huge Disney fan, and just recently returned ...