You may not have heard (though let’s face it, you probably did…) but Mario Kart 8 got an update today. Normally these updates are small patches, fixing a bug here and there, but today’s update was different; Today’s update added a new 200cc mode.
Nintendo finally did it. They made Mario Kart even crazier than it already was. Continue reading →
Back when I first purchased my Wii U, New Super Mario Bros. U was the very first game I played – making it my very first experience with the 8th generation of home console video gaming. So why I’ve only just decided to review it is beyond me.
Released in November 2012, New Super Mario Bros. U (NSMBU) is the latest entry in the “two-dimensional” side-scrolling Mario platforming series. The following August, NSMBU received an expansion pack/DLC in the form of New Super Luigi U which was released in celebration of Nintendo’s Year of Luigi.
I’ve yet to actually give New Super Luigi U a proper play-through, so until I do this review will solely focus on the standalone NSMBU title.
Although technically the eleventh entry to the series, if you count the three arcade games developed by Namco, Mario Kart 8 is the latest in the hugely successful Mario Kart series and was recently released exclusively for the Nintendo Wii U system.
This latest entry brings with it all of the features of the previous games, whilst also introducing a few new things.
I was almost a year late to the party when Nintendo first released The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker on the GameCube just over a decade ago. It wasn’t until Christmas 2003, at the age of 10, that I received Wind Waker as a gift and was able to experience what would go on to be, and still is, my favourite Legend of Zelda title.