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  • Blog Post: Opinion – The Perpetual Disappointment Of Nintendo Fandom

    Nintendo is one of the most beloved developers in the industry and was instrumental in helping popularize and legitimize video games in their early days. The company has a stable full of iconic franchises that it regularly taps to great results. Unfortunately, even with those advantages, a feeling of...
  • Blog Post: Rodea The Sky Soldier Review - Wii's Last Forgotten Game

    Last year Rodea was released for Wii U, 3DS and Wii, being the latter version the original one and the other 2 ports of this unknown game. Originally to be released around 2010 for Nintendo's home console at that time, transitions and delays led it to appear nowadays, yet its initial formula was...
  • Blog Post: Top Nine Xenoblade Chronicles Areas

    Bionis. Mechonis. The deceased bodies of two titans as old as the universe. The setting of Xenoblade Chronicles is one of its biggest strengths and the setting stays strong beyond the original concept of two deceased titans. Whether it's the iconic Gaur Plains or the late game Agniratha, Xenoblade...
  • Blog Post: Playing Through Classics: Crash Bandicoot & Super Mario Series

    Last year I was a gamer who hadn't actually played a Super Mario or a Crash Bandicoot game, not because I didn't want to, but because I wanted to beat other games first. Yesterday I beat Super Mario World and I'm happy for having finally beaten that game. Crash Bandicoot also means a lot...
  • Blog Post: 10 Games For Game Informer's Game Club

    This Thursday, the first Game Informer Game Club will end. I can personally say that I had a blast playing Final Fantasy VII. I finally played through one of the classics of the game industry and I learned so much from hearing others talk about the game. I loved the live chats, asking questions for the...
  • Forum Post: As game technology advances, graphics seem to be regressing. Have we reached a budgetary tipping point in Video Games?

    Over the last few months, I've noticed that my copies of Game Informer are often filled with previews and reviews for indie games. Not that there's anything wrong with indie games; they're a bastion for creativity, a way to vent the quirky ideas a big-budget title may not be willing to take...
  • Forum Post: Night Terrors - Do You Think This Is The Next Step Towards Virtual Reality?

    Here is a trailer for the game. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koMxMtjMc3 I think this concept is a step up from Oculus Rift, but in a different way. This immerses players in the situation itself, making a truly horrific experience. What do you people think of this game?
  • Forum Post: Gaming website

    Gaming websites like this is why the hold reviewing of games should be done away with. How are you going to give a trash game like Evolve a 8.5,then give 1886 The Order 7.5. Developers need to guit sending you people their games.
  • Forum Post: Why not have a Mario Kart Tournament?

    (This is a repost by me since I posted this on "General Gaming" which I am now posting it onto "Everything Nintendo" so it makes more sense and for anyone who did not see it before.) This thought was like one of those showering thoughts. If we have tournaments ranging from different...
  • Forum Post: EVO Tournaments? Why not a Mario Kart Tournament?

    (This thread was re-edited and moved to the forum "Everything Nintendo" to make sense. Please click the link and share your opinion! http://www.gameinformer.com/forums/nintendo/f/23/t/3859680.aspx )
  • File: #Swag

    SO MUCH SWAG
  • File: A new trailer for Disney's Epic Mickey

    A new trailer for Disney's Epic Mickey
  • File: Animal Crossing: City Folk

    The new city environment in Nintendo's latest Animal Crossing sim is full of brand-new characters and activities.
  • File: Animal Crossing: City Folk

    The new city environment in Nintendo's latest Animal Crossing sim is full of brand-new characters and activities.
  • File: Animal Crossing: City Folk

    The new city environment in Nintendo's latest Animal Crossing sim is full of brand-new characters and activities.
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