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32 years of brilliant video game box art - #11 (2004) Warioware, Inc.: Mega Microgames!

Another year, another countdown, another birthday.  And I’m boxing it all up, tying a nice little bow around it, and turning the ripe old age of 32 with a celebration of 32 BRILLIANT examples of FANTASTIC video game box art.   270 more words

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The First Nintendo Smartphone Games Will Be Free

The first Nintendo games to be released for smartphones will be free to download, suggesting they’ll rely on revenue from in-app transactions, according to The Wall Street Journal… 274 more words


I got new Nintendo toys (not just Amiibo! [but there is Amiibo, yeah])

Sure, I don’t know what it’s like to experience actual hunger, I wear high quality clothes, and am comfortably enrolled in a reputable university, but I think it’s fair to say I’ve been a bit tight on cash lately. 245 more words

The Spooking Orb #4: A Pumpkin

No time to wrote a real post today, so instead, here’s the Wario pumpkin I just carved. Review: Perfect; Flawless; Must watch; 10/10

WarioWare: Touched! - Ashley's Song

A great theme song can immediately endear a character to players.  That’s certainly what made Ashley stand out from the wacky cast of WarioWare.  While other character themes from this oddball series were composed to sound like pop songs or funky disco, Ashley’s Song sounds directly inspired by shows like The Addams Family and The Munsters. 108 more words


Super Mario Land 2 - Graveyard (Pumpkin Zone)

The soundtracks of the Mario series are full of themes and variations.  Longtime series composer Koji Kondo would often compose a main theme for a particular game and use several variations of this melody to create a full and impressive soundtrack.  220 more words


Super Smash Blast | Episode 3

Core finally has a chance to see reigning champ, Mario, in action. But the fun is cut short when a new challenger approaches… a very dangerous new challenger. 49 more words