Kirby games are generally conceived as kinder, gentler platformers. Not easy, but not punishingly hard either. Kirby Star Allies for the Nintendo Switch is no exception. While the narrative gets weirdly dark at times, the gameplay stays generally friendly.Continue reading
This week we continue with the Best of the Rest of Nintendo Power’s fourth year, with part one of our run-through of SNES titles that didn’t get feature coverage in Nintendo Power.
Due to restrictions on my YouTube channel, this episode has been split into two parts. Continue reading
This week the Nintendo Power Retrospectives continues with part 2 of the Best of the Rest for Nintendo Power’s Third Year.
This episode is dedicated to the memory of Satoru Iwata. My condolences to Iwata’s family, friends, and co-workers. Continue reading
This week the Nintendo Power Retrospectives comes one issue closer to the end of Nintendo Power’s third year.
This week I’m taking a look at Nintendo Power Issue #20. Continue reading
This week we’re coming to Nintendo Power’s final strategy guide issue, featuring a collection of games that support multi-tap.
This week I’m giving my thoughts on New Super Mario Bros. for the DS – which I couldn’t capture gameplay footage of, so I’m not making this a standard review.
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After a long absence, the Nintendo Power Retrospectives are *back*. This time I’m covering issue 18 for November, 1990. Continue reading
This week we conclude of the Best of the Rest for 1988-1989, with the last 10 titles on the list. Continue reading
In this episode of the Nintendo Power Retrospectives, we continue our way through the Best of the Rest, with two movie licensed games, two puzzle platformers, and two shoot-em-ups. Continue reading
This week I’ve come to the end of Nintendo Power’s first year, and boy is this issue weak on games to review. On the bright side, one of these is a classic from Capcom. We also have the results of the first annual Nintendo Power Awards, which can best be described as a mixed bag. Continue reading
This week we come to the second to last issue of Nintendo Power’s first year, featuring another classic title in Ninja Gaiden, and two classically bad titles in The Adventures of Bayou Billy and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, along with an underrated gem. Continue reading
The Nintendo Power Retrospective rolls on with Nintendo Power #3 – featuring the first port from a PC that I’ve reviewed thus far. Continue reading
This week we continue with Nintendo Power #2, and a few games that are somewhat controversial – including the first Castlevania game I’ve reviewed thus far. Continue reading
This week, it’s time to get started with Nintendo Power #1, with reviews of 7 games! Continue reading
This week I’m recapping the last issue of Nintendo Fun Club News. From here on, we enter the realm of Nintendo Power. It’s just a shame that Fun Club News goes out with a whimper.
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