This month (in 1997), the gaming world gets a bit excited that Capcom can count to the number 3!
The name’s Kong, Donkey Kong. Actually, it’s not, it’s just a poor attempt at mixing Nintendo’s gigantic ape with the legendary British spy. Which is exactly what Rare did with their 1997 super mega-hit, Goldeneye 007. Only it wasn’t poor – It was pretty hilarious.
I’m going to try and make my heartbeat go higher, by breathing heavily which is going to make me look like a complete twat. So for the last two weeks, I’ve been talking about some of the pickups I’ve purchased from the London Gaming Market and this is the final video that I’m going to
Cartoon platformers, Zelda ripoffs and obscure Japanese peripherals. These are my pickups from the London Gaming Market, and I’m going to tell you a bit more about them, right now.
Sometimes, bigger isn’t always better. Third party console accessories take a lot of flak, and for the most part, that’s pretty justified Just ask anyone who has had a third party PlayStation memory card corrupt on them, losing years of saves. Whether it’s controllers with dodgy buttons, or add-ons that defy all logic, there are
The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes is coming to the Nintendo 3DS this week, and you can check out my review of the game on GodisaGeek.com, and I’ll put a link to that review in the description of this video. It might not be the sort of epic quest that the average Zelda fan craves,
We are gathered here not to eulogise Club Nintendo, but to celebrate it. Last week marked the closure of Nintendo of Europe’s Club Nintendo, and for those who were unaware, it was a loyalty rewards scheme offered by Nintendo, where consumers would redeem codes included with selected Nintendo games and hardware, in return for Star