The Official Launch of Master Reboot on Nintendo Wii U – 24th July 2014

The Official Launch of Master Reboot on Nintendo Wii U – 24th July 2014

If you’re looking for a game with a mix of exploration, action and puzzles the Master Reboot could be what you’re looking for. Set across a variety of 34 unique and haunting environments, this first person adventure will see players delve into the Soul Cloud. The Soul Cloud is a land of computer generated islands, every island houses the soul of a departed member. It’s a place to retain a […]

Why Aren’t There More Lead Female Characters?

Why Aren’t There More Lead Female Characters?

Why aren’t there more female Protagonists in video games? As our society becomes more and more aware of sexism and the need for its destruction this question becomes more and more prevalent in the video game industry. Statistics show that a whopping 48% of video game players are women. That’s almost half! Yet, as of this January only about 4% of video games have a woman as the main character. That is about […]

Wii U Latest Update: System Transfers and Wii Remote Enabled Shopping

Wii U Latest Update: System Transfers and Wii Remote Enabled Shopping

Wii U has made some major changes on the console interface recently. Considering the Wii U is one of the most interactive systems next to the Kinect, it’s nice to see that Nintendo is utilizing it’s technological capabilities. They’re going to be including a few new changes to the latest update, including Wii U to Wii U system transfers, which will allow players to transfer save data, Mii’s, user settings, […]

Survey Shows Nintendo E3 Success

Survey Shows Nintendo E3 Success

Nintendo pull back their deficit after impressive response to their E3 showing. A recent survey has done much to re-enforce the idea that Nintendo ‘won’ E3. The survey, which was carried out by IHS in partnership with Gamer Network, showed Nintendo’s strong showing at the expo and how they had piqued gamer interested in the Wii U. Around 1000 ‘core’ gamers were surveyed about their intent in purchasing any of […]

Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire – Then and Now

Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire – Then and Now

Fans of this classic series are certainly ready for the release of the revamped Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, so it’s no surprise to see Pokemon fans, new and old, in an uproar over the new and improved versions of the beloved Ruby and Sapphire generation. But sometimes things, including our own nostalgia, can skew the way we see or think of a game. If it’s been a few […]

Will Ubisoft Ever Live Down Their Assassin’s Creed Gender Blunder?

Will Ubisoft Ever Live Down Their Assassin’s Creed Gender Blunder?

This weekend, it happened again: Ubisoft took criticism for their recent Assassin’s Creed Unity blunder. You know, the one where they ct female playable characters? This time, the critic was Ashley Johnson, voice of Ellie in The Last of Us (which is being rereleased for the PS4 this week). She was quoted in a VideoGamer.com interview as saying, “Give me a fucking break! It’s 2014! How many video games do […]

The Blue Bombers returning to the Wii U eshop

The Blue Bombers returning to the Wii U eshop

The Blue Bombers returning to the Wii U eShop and his bringing the Battle Network  Maybe it’s because his coming to Smash but today on twitter Nintendo announced that the blue bombers returning to the Wii U eShop. Okay to be more precise Mega Man 5 & 6 along with Mega Man Battle Network 1 that’s coming to the eShop on the 24/07 or Thursday to me and you. In […]

Nintendo Reveals NFC Payment Card Exclusively For Wii U

Nintendo Reveals NFC Payment Card Exclusively For Wii U

A brand new payment option will be coming to Wii U, Nintendo have announced today. In partnership with Japanese company Suica, the movement will introduce a rechargeable smart card that will offer players the ability to pre-load cash, and pay via NFC. Typically used on public transport in Japan, the Suica cards will pave the way for this innovative new payment method. The swipe cards will allow gamers to pay […]

Kinectless Xbox One Is Still No Match For The PS4

Kinectless Xbox One Is Still No Match For The PS4

The NPD Group released their monthly sales statistics yesterday, and to the surprise of many, it was Sony’s PS4 that managed to be the top-selling console for the sixth month in a row. Many games industry watchers thought the release of a cheaper Kinectless Xbox One would guarantee Microsoft at least one NPD victory, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. It’s difficult to say how many skus Sony’s […]

Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask Leaked!

Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask Leaked!

Oh what a leaky day this has been. First the Arkham Knight possible plot leak and now this. The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask remake for the 3DS is now assumed to be confirmed as a real thing, as told by a Target employee. Majora’s Mask was first released on the Nintendo 64 console in the year 2000. The game featured a 3 day time system that was unique to […]