On the eve of E3

Author: Logan Plant
Categories: News

A very common question throughout life is “What is your dream vacation?” Some people want to go on a cruise, and some want to explore Europe. Some people want to climb mountains, and others want to go to New York. I, however, have always wanted to go to E3. For…

Read More

Crash Bandicoot Skylanders figure will work on all platforms

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: News, Wii U

At their E3 conference, Sony revealed that Activision is bringing Crash Bandicoot into Skylanders: Imaginators. The Crash Bandicoot Skylanders figure will be included in a bundle exclusive to the PS3 and PS4. However, it has been announced that this figurine will work on all platform versions of Skylanders Imaginators, including…

Read More

Former Vita exclusive Severed heads to Wii U and 3DS

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: 3DS, News, Wii U

Back in April DrinkBox Studios, the creators of Guacamelee, released Severed for the PlayStation Vita. By using the touch screen players could slash away at enemies and puzzles to progress through a highly stylized world. Naturally it’s a perfect fit for the touch-screen enabled Wii U and 3DS, and now…

Read More

Just Dance 2017 confirmed for NX

Categories: News, Switch

After an incomprehensible intro to Ubisoft’s E3 2016 press conference today, it officially announced the latest entry in its long running dance series, Just Dance 2017. Host Aisha Tyler then announced that the new title would be coming to consoles and PC this fall, and the Nintendo NX next year….

Read More

GameSpot showcasing “new Nintendo game” tomorrow

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News

Well, this is peculiar. GameSpot has released its E3 streaming schedule for the next few days, and a “new Nintendo game” is listed for 2:20 tomorrow and 10am the day after. Now while this is exciting on the surface, it must be said that it’s entirely possible GameSpot just hasn’t…

Read More

The curious question of Link’s gender

Author: Bobby Soto
Categories: News, Switch, Wii U

Nintendo’s E3 presentation is just around the corner and recently released images of an official lanyard featuring the new Legend of Zelda game for Wii U have been leading some to believe that there may in fact be male and female versions of Link in the upcoming title. The gender…

Read More