Evan and Noah debate how important it is to finish every game we get, and whether reviewers hold back too much.
Noah and Evan debate what Wii U’s initial sales numbers may mean, and Evan shares thoughts on Dillon’s Rolling Western and Trine 2.
The Kirby series almost always churns out good games, but why do so many people dislike them?
Wii owners received many great games in 2010, full of plumbers, apes and secret agents. Yet only one will rule them all.
Goldeneye and Epic Yarn impressions, along with dissection of Inafune, NBA Elite and Nintendo profit shortfalls.
Epic Yarn not a Kirby game, Mario with blasters, and more.
Nobody seems to appreciate the threat posed by gaming’s favorite cannibal
We get all excited about the new Professor Layton/Phoenix Wright game, and also chat about HAL.
Kirby and Meta Knight might be super-famous, but they’ve got a few friends who are just plain forgotten.
Nnooo comments on Nintendo’s notebook-like app for 3DS; Epic Games says it has no plans for 3DS; and Nintendo reveals that Kirby’s newest adventure did not always star the pink hero.
This week’s Nintendo Download: Shantae is out! New Goldeneye and Kirby trailers inside!
Metroid: Other M lands, Final Fantasy Legends III remake revealed and inspirations for Kirby’s Epic Yarn
When it comes to sequels, I’m mad as heck, and I’m not gonna take it anymore!
Nester’s back to give you a hug. And whisper something in your ear about sequels.
We pick our favorite games of E3 and explain why you should be excited.
Noah and Tidman go under the bright interrogation lights for a barrage of 3DS and E3 questions from Greg and Andy.
We’re curious which of the surprise game announcements from last week you’re most excited about.
Here’s our quick hardcore guide to the Wii games shown at Nintendo’s E3 2010 conference, which breaks down which titles were more casual, hardcore or a mix of both demographics.
We wrap up our week of mislabeled “minicasts” with an 80-minute discussion of our favorite games on Wii, 3DS and DS that were shown at E3 2010.
Your intrepid Dojo-Show-Go! hosts fight fatigue to bring you our thoughts and reactions from Nintendo’s Press conference.