Category: Nintendo Wii
After the first of several hours with Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition, I shrugged and realized that there wasn’t much to write about the game. This is because it doesn’t take long to realize that developer Zombie Studios’ Pac Man Championship-esque take on Frogger is simple and, unlike many previous Frogger games, is quite good.
A few bold changes make this a LEGO game for fans of all ages. Read on to see why.
There is an ongoing debate in the gaming community. Many seem to think the Japanese-style role-playing genre is dead. They say the Western-style has taken over for better or worse. To those non-believers I say this: JRPGs live on. Nintendo… Read More »
TNT Racers comes close to perfectly balancing quirky chaos with refined fun.
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.
It’s not uncommon for other forms of media to find their way into the gaming industry. Comics, movies and yes, even TV shows have become a staple in gaming and whether you like it or not it’s here to stay. With NCIS, you become one of the team members that is responsible for bringing Navy criminals to justice.
After five years, at the end of the system’s life cycle, a Zelda game developed for the Wii has finally arrived. No matter the result, Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword had an uphill battle to prove it was worth the… Read More »
Thanks to video games, you can be a pro athlete, a top marksman, a strategic advisor, and even an experienced hunter – all from the comfort of your own home. Some games do their best to offer an authentic and… Read More »
Mini-game collections are abundant this time of year. With the holidays coming up, and motion controls of various forms coming into more and more households, it’s easy to see why. You’ve been treated to a carnival-themed collection, now behold Cabela’s… Read More »
With Christmas around the corner, creating a product that mixes both toys and video games the way Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure does seems ingenious. I can tell you that I have never honestly liked any previous Spyro games, but this game really… Read More »