Yoshi’s Woolly World, a colorful and creative take on Mario’s green sidekick, originally released on the Wii U back in 2015.
Following the success of Super Mario Maker on the Wii U – a game that let players create their own stages using visual styles from various Mario titles and play through others creations, it was only natural that the game be ported over to Nintendo’s handheld, thanks to the portable console’s touch screen.
Mario Party: Star Rush is the latest Mario Party game on Nintendo’s handheld, but don’t expect the same board game type gameplay that you’ve known throughout the years.
Take one look at River City: Tokyo Rumble, and you’ll realize that it harkens back to old school beat-em-ups, with a blend of 3D environments and 8-bit sprites ripped straight from the NES.
Mutant Mudds Super Challenge is the latest entry in Renegade Kid’s excellent old-school 2D platformer, and as the title implies, it isn’t a joke.
What do you get when you grab steampunk robots, place them in a post-apocalyptic universe, and add to the mix an oppressive government, pirates, and a mysterious xenophobic entity?
Originally released last year and a half ago on Nintendo’s handheld, developers WayForward have brought the latest Shantae adventure to the PS4 with Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse.
After a heated political battle, the newly elected Vice President of the World, or VP as some call him, decides to go back home for vacations, yet is cut short as weird things are happening in his home town.
The best way to start the New Year seems to be playing nostalgic games.
After 2013’s excellent Pokémon X/Y, which took the Pokémon series to all new heights with a new and wonderful 3D engine, players were left satisfied with a whole new world to explore and even more Pokémon to collect.