Let’s face it: Nintendo tends to cater to their younger audience.
Mario has always been a family-friendly plumber, with each one of his games receiving an E rating from the Entertainment Software Rating Board, but it looks like the upcoming Super Mario Odyssey will be the first game in the franchise to buck that trend.
A new video of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy allegedly running on an Xbox One has surfaced, suggesting that the compilation will be making its way to platforms other than PlayStation 4.
Microsoft have announced their upcoming “Games With Gold” titles for the Xbox One and the Xbox 360. All four titles are free to download as long as you have an active Xbox Live Gold subscription (which costs money, making these games not exactly “free” but whatever, no need to complicate things).
Pure skill will get you far in Mario Kart but as anyone who’s spent their fair share of time in first place can attest, taking the lead can be a dangerous thing when items like the Blue Shell exist. The controversial item — which automatically hits and hinders the player sitting in first place — has been a point of contention among some Mario Kart fans for years, whose calls for Nintendo to remove it have fallen on deaf ears. As it turns out, Nintendo has actually considered removing the Blue Shell in the past.
Nintendo will be releasing the SNES Classic later this year, but a new trademark filing suggests that the company has already working on a Nintendo 64 Classic Edition.
The rumors are true! Legendary pokemon are officially coming to Pokemon Go, with developer Niantic announcing their arrival in an official blog post on Thursday morning.
Since the launch of Crash Bandicoot: N. Sane Trilogy a few weeks ago, some players have suspected that the games are more difficult than the original PlayStation versions (myself included). It turns out that this isn’t our imagination: the games really are tougher and now the remastered trilogy’s developers have revealed why.
Welcome to the first episode of Flashback Friday, a new Goliath video series where we share our nostalgic gaming memories!
Whatever the medium, pulling off a successful reboot of an established brand is a tricky proposition. Creators have to deliver a product that not only will be embraced by existing fans of that specific property, but also introduce enough new ideas to justify doing the reboot in the first place. This is especially tricky in gaming, where fans often want to see their favorite series go in bold new directions, but still retain their “classic” feel.