Assassins, Zombies, and Rayman, now available for less!
Game Boy Color, GameCube, and Wii U all turned one year older yesterday, so Anthony takes a brief look back at what makes each of them special!
From ZombiU 2′s cancellation to Wonderful 101′s marketing to Animal Crossing silliness, Noah and Evan have plenty to talk about.
According to the publisher, poor sales of its Wii U launch title led to the decision to port Rayman Legends to other consoles.
Nintendo announces a Wii U bundle that’s hard to pass up.
It may have just launched, but Wii U’s already racked up some great games. Which one takes our top spot?
Noah and Evan debate what would happen if Nintendo first party teams tried to make Hollywood blockbuster-type games.
Here’s your ultimate launch guide to the gaming event of the year (now updated!).
Noah and Evan get into a debate about Wii Mini’s appeal, and hypothesize Nintendo reveals at the VGAs.
Evan shares his overflowing love for Wii U, while Noah is tasked with explaining his hesitance.
We get stuck in with ZombiU‘s solo mode, but is it in danger of becoming the next Red Steel?
With Wii U fast approaching, Luke asks whether Nintendo’s in danger of losing its identity.
We’re pretty excited about ZombiU here at Dojo Towers, but did you know Ubisoft made another Zombi game in 1986? Katharine and Michael investigate.
Episode 14 of Heartcast offers reactions, analysis and debate on Nintendo’s big reveals, from Miiverse to launch games to the 3DS event.
As the dust settles on Nintendo’s E3 press conference, the staff collect their thoughts.