Donkey Kong Country Returns – E3 Gameplay

Have you ever been so irate you wanted to hurl a barrel at someone? Me neither, but I've wanted to.

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword E3 Gameplay

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword might not have had the best debut (or best name) but you don’t get to choose who or what you love. It featured the gameplay and design choices that most gamers had expected ...

Nintendo to release Mario Galaxy 2, Metroid sequel in Summer

Nintendo plans to release Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Metroid: The Other M this Summer.

Wishlist for the New Zelda Wii

At E3 2009, there was a picture released that was supposedly a teaser for the next Zelda game. In my E3 blowout that I wrote, I decided to ignore it…because it was just a picture. Apparently, I am an idiot–there ...

Wii’s Most Anticipated 2010 Games

Alright, 2009 wasn't exactly a huge year for the Wii. Luckily, with 2010 in full swing, it looks like its going to be one hell of a year!

Game of the Year 2009

Couch Campus discusses the editorial staff's Game of the Year for 2009.

New Super Mario Bros. Wii Review

It wouldn't be a Nintendo fiscal year without a Mario game. Returning to its 2D platformer roots has ironically breathed new life in the series on consoles.

WiiWare Demos Have Arrived!

So, it looks like Nintendo finally got the memo from a few years back and realized that demo’s drive game sales.  The problem with the WiiWare service has always been that as a consumer, you were blindly ...

A Boy and His Blob Review

For some, 'A Boy and His Blob' was the pinnacle of puzzle platforming on the NES. Does the remake capture that spark or does it implode like a gelatinous mass?

History Lesson: Kirby’s Dream Course (SNES)

Kirby wasn't always inhaling his enemies and gaining their powers. Sometimes he enjoyed a brisk game of golf. The question is, did anyone else like it too?

‘The Beatles: Rock Band’ Review

The new music game is visually amazing, but is the lack of song choices its downfall?

Metroid Prime Trilogy Review

Samus Aran on your Nintendo Wii on one disc. We take a look at the series and see if motion controls warrant the double dip for those who missed out.