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Tim Gruver and myself look at five Nintendo series down on their luck and theorize how Nintendo could bring new life to them.
This is, unabashedly Pictionary. Which is not a bad thing at all. Think about it: nobody wants to pull out paper and pencils to play it and you’re definitely not going to pony up extra cash for one of the man digital versions out there. 589 more words
Of the memorable menagerie of WarioWare mascots, I’ve always been most partial to Dribble and Spitz. An anthropomorphic dog and cat duo, they’re partners in a taxi service with matching overalls and an amicable desire to make more money. 829 more words
I’m willing to go on record as saying that mini-game collections are completely underrated.
I’m not sure why people are so dismissive of them; maybe they don’t take them seriously because they cater to a wider audience rather than the avant garde gamer who’s voice we hear on the internet on a regular basis. 1,022 more words