The analog stick has redefined gaming, built genres and is now mandatory for home consoles. Yet perhaps it no longer is.
Is Kirby and the Rainbow Curse the last flare of touch gaming, or is there much more still on the way for stylus aficionados?
Monster Hunter Tri was the closest thing Wii had to an MMO. That’s why I had to get rid of it.
Next Level Games’ knockout Wii hit comes to the Wii U eShop! Is it still worth your time?
Nintendo’s digital re-release of the Wii classic is truly timeless.
The makers of Metroid Prime could be working on anything, but there are some clues.
Look back at an early Nintendo DS game to see why Kirby and the Rainbow Curse is worth getting excited over.
Preserving history is more important than tricking out an old system.
Angela offers her thoughts on the recent controversy surrounding women in gaming.
Even amidst numerous 3D games with their vast open worlds, 2D gaming still manages to hold a special place in many gamers’ hearts.
Whether console or handheld, rain or shine, alone or with friends– this is about memories of summertime excursions into the world of gaming.
Robin reviews the Mother series so far, and takes a look forward at what’s coming next.
Sam takes a look at the strange second entries in many of Nintendo’s most prominent franchises, and how they influenced the course of their series.