Posts Tagged ‘Nintendo’

Review: Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

by Nazih Fareson July 8, 2018
Editor’s Note: After the game’s original release, this review has been updated following the release of the major Donkey Kong Adventure expansion pack as well as numerous free updates to all customers which reflects on the overall score, and final verdict. While Mario and the gang managed to save the day in the original game against the SupaMerge wielding […]

Review: Pokemon Sun and Moon

by Nazih Fareson November 26, 2016
Even in its best years, Pokémon has never been as popular as 2016, marking the 20th anniversary years of the series. While Pokémon Go stormed the mobile gaming scene (for a short while at least), those who remained faithful to the “true” franchise were eagerly waiting for the new iterations: Pokémon Sun and Moon for the Nintendo […]

Review: Bravely Second: End Layer

by Nazih Fareson August 5, 2016
If many loyal followers of the JRPG genre revered Bravely Default as the vestige of a discipline that has been long lost by developers, some criticized the redundancy of its script that never ends ended, as almost pushing to justify a sequel. Released finally by Nintendo in the West, does Bravely Second: End Layer brings the change needed to […]


Review: Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam

by Nazih Fareson February 6, 2016
Mario and Luigi episodes have been ongoing now for years, and are a weird cross-over of the famous Nintendo mascot platformer with RPG elements, which Nintendo did not seem like a bad idea on paper. This year, we get our hands on Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, a hybrid of graphic style, mixing dishes and folding elements from the […]

Review: The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D

by Nazih Fareson February 28, 2015
Back in 2011, the legendary Ocarina of Time was magnified by the redesign of 3DS, so it was a natural thing to entrust the second iconic Legend of Zelda adventure once again to Grezzo: Majora’s Mask. Did the Japanese studio managed to repeat such a success with the Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, especially with the gaming expectations of […]

Review: Pokemon Alpha Sapphire & Omega Ruby

by Muhammed Al Bukharyon February 15, 2015
Pokemon, the enchanted story of ineffable kinship between human beings and virtual creatures That has been perpetually nourishing for almost two decades strong and counting. As one of millions of gamers dwelling God’s green earth and more importantly as a gamer a couple of months shy from his 25th year, I can wholeheartedly say that […]


Review: Super Smash Bros. Wii U

by Nazih Fareson January 1, 2015
With the failure to appeal to third-party publishers with its current generation of console, Nintendo could at least count on itself, with one last bullet in their gun barrel for the holiday season. Super Smash Bros. is already making a hit on the 3DS, with over 3.2 Million sales, it is this time for the […]

The cult of Super Smash Bros.

by Nazih Fareson December 31, 2014
Alongside Super Mario, Legend of Zelda, Mario Kart and Pokémon, Super Smash Bros. is now becoming the fifth major Nintendo license, one of those able to sell consoles with their name alone. This year, it was with Super Smash Bros. for Wii U that the Japanese giant played its Christmas strategy on their home console, […]

Collector Editions: Are they worth it anymore?

by Nazih Fareson April 26, 2014
Collector Editions… They are desirable, huge boxes containing so many goodies that the discs themselves get lost in it. Collector editions are aimed for the wealthy players or fans that are willing to go to the point of selling a kidney to get them. In this 2014 ultra-competitive market for video games, collector editions have […]

Pokemon: Fifty Shades of Red And Blue

by Samuel Dassleron August 24, 2013
Pokemon arrived on North American shores in 1998 and became an overnight sensation. The seminal games Pokemon Red and Pokemon Blue were instant critical and commercial successes that spawned a multimedia, and multi-billion dollar, empire. After the initial buzz and controversies died down Pokemon was written off as a fad. I remember this all because I was […]