Review: Yoshi’s Woolly World

Categories: Reviews, Wii U

For 20 years, fans of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island have been patiently waiting for a worthy successor. Though the floaty, egg-centric platformer has gone on to inspire an entire series of follow-ups, none have been able to recapture the precise chemistry of the original, until now. After decades…

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Review: Super Mario Maker

Categories: Reviews, Wii U

If Super Mario Maker was the only video game ever made, gaming would still be a valid hobby. That’s partly because Mario games are, in essence, the pastime’s purest form of fun, but Maker’s real accomplishment is peeling back the design curtain and giving players every tool they need to…

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Nostalgia review: The Wizard

Author: Josh Brown
Categories: News, Retro, Reviews

Nintendo Inquirer is taking a walk down memory lane to commemorate the upcoming Nintendo World Championships that are being held in Los Angeles on June 14th. Kicking off the nostalgia trip is a modern day review of the ’80s video game film classic, The Wizard. When I first heard that…

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Mario joins the fun in Puzzle & Dragons Z

Author: Josh Brown
Categories: 3DS, News, Reviews

In an announcement back in March, Nintendo announced a partnership with DeNA that would bring beloved Nintendo franchises and characters to mobile devices, i.e., smartphones and tablets. While the news may have rocked the gaming world, it really shouldn’t have come as a shocker, considering the gaming giant has been…

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