The Nintendo Switch’s voice chat is a bloody disgrace, Nintendo’s online subscription becomes a little more palatable, and Nintendo is fighting for mobile parts against Apple in the news of the week!
With the recent release of an update to No Man’s Sky, Bup asks a question: should we even care? Should we look at the game again, or judge it solely on its original release? Do you even care?
When school is on break, kids rule the life of Imitanis. What is a gamer to do when Dora the Explorer is streaming on the PlayStation? Why, break out the iPhone of course! Find out inside what Imitanis has been playing.
PopCap announces two new Bejeweled titles for the iOS App Store.
Nintendo’s DS sees its share of handheld profits decrease to just 36% of the market revenue – this has engendered much speculation on the part of smartphone enthusiasts, who imagine that Mario will soon be coming to the platform of their choice.
The newest release in the Frogger series to be released in the iPod App Store boasts new modes and characters.
This Sunday, Biggs tenders her resignation with a story that would make former staff member Nate Liles shed manly tears.
Konami theorizes about infinity, Bungie employees kick ass (no word on bubble gum chewing), Bandai knows you love giant robots, and scammers rob you blind!
Final Fantasy Tactics finally sees release on iTunes at a very interesting price point – Square Enix celebrates by slashing the prices of their iOS catalogue, and passing the savings on to you, the consumer.
Lane lauds an iOS game, leading Lusipurr to label him loony. #sworcery