Posts Tagged ‘Wii U’
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Decals

Give Your Systems Personality With These Decals

by Jen Galikon August 24, 2015
Every gamer is different. It is important, as well as fun, for everyone to be able to express themselves through what they wear, own, etc. One cool thing gamers can do is customize their gaming systems and controllers with decals catered to their own likes. Here are a few sites and shops that go above […]
Banjo and Conker

Conker and Banjo Could Bring Bank for Nintendo (Part 2)

by Jen Galikon August 14, 2015
A couple of weeks ago, we took a look at the history of Banjo and Conker, two iconic characters who used to be a part of Nintendo through Rare. Now that we know who these beloved creatures are and the impact they had on gamers, we can now move onto look at how both Banjo […]

Amiibo

Amiibo Shortage is Spiking Once Again

by Jen Galikon August 14, 2015
On August 8th, the Retro Amiibo pack, featuring the Duck Hunt Duo, R.O.B., and Game & Watch, went up for pre-order at GameStop stores nationwide. Once again, many gamers are outraged at the selling tactics of Amiibo by Nintendo. The set is a GameStop exclusive, has limited quantities, and is currently the only way (outside […]
Nintendo Exclusives

The Best Nintendo Exclusives This Year (So Far)

by Jen Galikon August 1, 2015
2015 is halfway over, and there have been plenty of wonderful new video game titles released. Some of these games have shined brighter than the rest, and each of the major video game companies have had their own exclusive titles to bring fans of their systems. Nintendo has released some exclusive titles so far, but […]





Satoru Iwata

Satoru Iwata and the Legacy He Left Behind

by Jen Galikon July 13, 2015
By now, the internet has probably let most of you know that Satoru Iwata has passed away. His health has been of some concern over the past couple of years, and he sadly had to back out of this year’s E3 conference due to the progression of his bile duct growth. Nintendo’s statement regarding Satoru Iwata’s […]