Category: Nintendo DS
While The Disney Channel has long dominated the live-action, tween-targeted television space, with titles like Hannah Montana, Nickelodeon has made great strides over the past few years. Titles like Big Time Rush, iCarly and Victorious have buoyed the cable network… Read More »
A few bold changes make this a LEGO game for fans of all ages. Read on to see why.
Pokemon is a franchise that is loved by both the young and old. I personally have been collecting the little monsters ever since Pokemon Red and Blue was released on the Gameboy. With each new entry in the series we… Read More »
Little girls love pink. As stereotypical as it may sounds, it is also generally true. Authors Elizabeth and Victoria Kann took this simple stereotype and have built the successful Pinkalicious franchise of children’s books. The books, while celebrating the color… Read More »
When a new toy hits it big everyone wants one. Two years ago, there was a rush on cute mechanized hamsters, called Zhu Zhu Pets. This past Christmas all the rage was about cute little hermit crabs, called Xia Xia’s,… Read More »
You don’t need to listen to some of the podcast deliberations on the site to realize that 2011 has been one of the finest years for gaming in a long while. The year had downloadable titles like Bastion sit next to or above high profile retail games like Portal 2 and surprises like Rayman: Origins and Saint’s Row: The Third. The seldom appreciated and often dust ridden Wii was graced with the yarn ‘n’ string splendor of Kirby’s Epic Yarn and the latest Nintendo dungeon adventure of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
Children love stuffed animals and the idea to transform stuffed animals into a transforming pillow was a capitalistic stroke of genius. Since their humble beginnings Pillow Pets have grown to be a very big deal in the toy market, with… Read More »