Nintendo Power's resurrection is one of a few big comebacks.
Breaking news: your backlog will continue to grow instead of shrink.
Mario gets his own cereal while we try to figure out the meaning of Splat.
While we were eating turkey, a studio closed its doors and billions of Pokemon were being captured.
Believe it or not, other things happened besides Battlefront II lighting the gaming world on fire.
Cherry picking the week's most eyebrow raising news stories and dropping my two cents.
In an uncommon move of Nintendo giving its fans exactly what they asked for, Nintendo's obscenely popular mini-consoles have a new lease on life. Last year's NES Classic, the impossible to find and prematurely discontinued throwback console, will rise from the ashes and return to store shelves next summer. Whether or not it will only … Continue reading Nintendo Reviving The NES Classic, Super NES Classic Shipping Through 2018
November 7 will be an eventful day. Gamers will say hello to Xbox One X, but now they'll also be waving goodbye to Nintendo's Miiverse. The big N announced plans to permanently close the doors on the quirky social space in just a few months. 10:00 pm Pacific is the exact time Miiverse goes offline … Continue reading Say Bye-Bye To Miiverse In November
With Xbox One X on the horizon and Xbox One S recently celebrating its first birthday, Microsoft has pulled the plug on the Xbox One that started it all. Farewell, my over-sized friend. This makes sense. The Xbox One S is perfect as the new "standard" Xbox experience given its vast superiority to the first … Continue reading Microsoft Retires The Original Xbox One
As a fan of JRPG's, Secret of Mana has long been the genre's white whale that eluded me. I missed out on it back in the day, and spent decades hearing legends of its supposed greatness. A copy of the game never crossed paths with me. It also hasn't seen many re-releases. Outside of hitting … Continue reading Secret Of Mana Getting A 3D Remake Next February