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Here's a mind-boggling statistic - this year's Crash Bandicoot game will mark the fifteenth installment of the series in just over a decade's time. Fifteen. What could Mind Over Mutant, the newest adventure of the marsupial omnivore (seriously, look it up), possibly do that we haven't seen... well, fifteen times before?
You might be surprised, especially if you haven't tried a Crash game in several years. Mind Over Mutant breaks free
If you’ve ever stood on top of something tall, you’ve thought about jumping off it. Luckily, games let us live our fantasies and do the impossible, without suffering any messy consequences. We hope you’ll enjoy our montage of precipitous plunges and terrifying tumbles from throughout gaming history. It’s as close as you can get to skydiving or base jumping without risking life and limb.
Like a piece of gum that’s lost its flavor and causes your jaw to ache more with every labored chew, Super Smash Bros. Brawl fever has cooled. Gamers have moved on to bigger, better things and are eagerly anticipating other Nintendo ventures (Mario Kart Wii, anyone?). But before you shelve Brawl for good, be sure to squeeze the last ounce of fun from this shiny game disc - savor every moment, every movement and every loading
With yesterday's announcement that Burnout Paradise is to get motorbikes, we thought we'd see what other big-name games would be like with bikes in them. How? With Photoshop, of course
Cooking games – all the hassle of cooking, with none of the delicious benefits, right? Well, not exactly, and especially not for the audience of casual culinary dabblers who gobbled up millions of copies of Cooking Mama.
Order Up!, unlike Cooking Mama, is about more than just pancake flipping - though you will flip pancakes - combining cooking with a variety of casual restaurant management and story elements.
There's a ton going on in the Pokemon world! The US Darkrai event has been announced, Pokemon Ranch is out in Japan and inching towards a worldwide release, and the new Pokemon Mystery Dungeon games are out! The last part got us thinking about some of our favorite Pokemon spin-off games. While the mainline RPGs and the console "colosseum" titles have been coming out on a regular basis, Nintendo has thrown some interesting
A 16-bit platform game icon reinvented in a multi-gravitational 3D world. Spherical stage effects with a vast sense of scale and gallons of design innovation. Super Mario Galaxy? No, a Sonic The Hedgehog game did all that stuff ten years before the Wii was even launched. So why was it never released?
Nintendo's online history is damn shaky, so we're enormously relieved to see so many developers lining to support WiiWare, the company’s downloadable software system. With so many titles already in the pipes (and several confirmed for the May 12 launch date), there's every reason to believe WiiWare will turn out to be the inde-developers platform of choice - we're already eager for more time with World of Goo and Lost Winds.
Ever since Sonic Unleashed was confirmed earlier this month we've been digging up all kinds of Sonic tidbits for you to chew on, from his rise and fall to the best moments the series has produced over the years. Today we're diving into the cringe-worthy missteps Sonic has taken since his inception. The Rise/Fall article spelled out, in detail, how the franchise has slid since 1991, but
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