Indie exclusive Seasons of Heaven confirmed for Switch

Categories: Switch, News

Throughout the week, French studio Anyarts Productions has been teasing a Switch-related announcement on its social media channels. Today, the project they’ve been working on has been formally announced as novel-turned-adventure game Seasons of Heaven, along with the first details and screenshots of the upcoming exclusive. This eye-catching, Unreal 4-powered…

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eShop Update: Week of 11/24/16 (North America)

Categories: News, 3DS, Wii U

This week in the Nintendo eShop: the eShop implodes with sales, then spontaneously reforms with even more sales, only to then be crushed by the weight of Termina’s moon. Making up for all the tumbleweeds and cobwebs in the Nintendo eShop discount aisle for the past few weeks is Nintendo’s…

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Mario Pikachu jumps into Japanese Pokémon Centers

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: Merchandise

Trips to the Pokémon Center here in Sapporo, Japan are always a good time. While it’s not the largest store, the staff is always kind and the atmosphere incredibly true to the source material. Today’s trip was no different, but with a certain Mushroom Kingdom flair added into the mix….

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Review: Paper Mario: Color Splash

Categories: Reviews, Wii U

Paper Mario first graced the screens of gamers just 15 years ago, spawning a franchise that has spanned nearly every Nintendo console since. In the course of the past decade-and-a-half, the series has taken a turn that has disappointed — to say the least — many fans who adored the…

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Ōkami: A godly masterpiece, even ten years later

Categories: Retro

Beauty in games is something that I feel is often underappreciated. And I’m not speaking of graphical fidelity or how detailed the grass physics are – I mean true beauty, the kind that speaks to something deeper. How, with a single image, a single song, a single line of dialogue,…

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