Review: The Legend of Zelda – The Wind Waker

I have waited a long time to review this game. As many of my readers know, I’ve been a gamer for most of my life. When I was a young boy, I cut my teeth on a variety of arcade classics. But it was the Nintendo Entertainment System that really ignited my obsession with gaming. …
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Review: Wario Land 4

So far in this generational backlog I’ve reviewed titles from the GameCube, Xbox, and Playstation 2. All of these are great home gaming systems. But I would be amiss if I neglected to give some attention to the handheld scene. Of course, the big handheld system at the turn of the century was the Game …
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Review: Super Mario Maker

I know that the site has been focused on other things lately, but I wanted to take a step to the side for a moment to provide my review of Nintendo’s latest sandbox craze; Super Mario Maker. So what is this title? Is it a toolkit, a game, or both? The answer: both – and …
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Review: Bayonetta 2

Just in time to end the month, here’s my review for the second half of the Wii U bundle, Bayonetta 2. This game is a prime example of a true-sequel if I’ve ever seen one. The game is certainly more modern and polished, but has a feel very reminiscent of the original. In fact, if …
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Review: Bayonetta

I know October has come and gone, but I’m still working on my spooky Autumn game list with a review of Bayonetta. Granted, there’s pretty much nothing spooky about this game, but it is about witches! (Very sexy witches.) I figure that’s close enough to count. For this review, I played the new Wii U …
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Enter the Wii U

This Christmas, my son will unwrap a brand-spanking new Wii U. He has absolutely no clue he will getting one. For those of you not in the know, the Wii U is Nintendo’s successor to the highly popular Wii. It is backwards compatible with Wii games and controllers and will also retain Virtual Console functionality. …
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