Super Mario fans will be happy to hear that a new title will be released exclusively for the 3DS. Nintendo's New Super Mario Bros. 2 for the 3DS promises to have more of the fun you'd expect from the ever-popular franchise, while honouring their previous titles in not so subtle ways. Read More.
Previews By Ania Kwak
One of the great things about E3 is the chance to find a great game that you might have otherwise missed. Developer Giant Sparrow has developed The Unfinished Swan, a first-person painting game made exclusively for the PlayStation 3, that challenges you to explore your surroundings in an unusual way. Read More.
Of all the new titles announced by Nintendo, I was surprised that one in particular didn't seem to get as much of a spotlight as I felt it should. Project P-100, a working title, is a game exclusive for the Wii-U that merges bizarre, zany, and entertaining in a way that will pique many people's curiosities. Read More.
Naturally, with the pending release of the Wii-U, Nintendo is making sure some of their iconic characters will have their own title for the new system. The New Super Mario Bros. Wii-U is exactly what you'd expect of a Mario game with some new editions to bring out the features of the console. Read More.
After taking a year off from their venerable Undisputed series for the 2011 season, THQ's realistic brawling franchise is back for another round in the Octagon. We were fortunate enough to check out the latest build of the game at a THQ hosted event in Toronto, mere hours before UFC fighters stepped into the octagon for the first ever time on Ontario soil. Read More.
Ubisoft has decided to bring back the dance-love by making a third game in the Just Dance series, adding a few new ideas to the mix including its first appearance on the Xbox Kinect. Read More.
This year Ubisoft is celebrating their 25th anniversary, and what better way than to send their original limbless character, who helped put their name out in the first place, on a new adventure? Read More.
Having already seen a demonstration of this game at E3 this year, I was happy to be able to get my hands on the guitar to actually play it myself and see just how receptive this game really is. Read More.
After the death of Guitar Hero, in that no one seems to care about it anymore, it was believed the idea of guitar-gaming died along with it. With the birth of Rocksmith, however, guitar-gaming seems to not only be revived, but very much improved. Read More.
Telltale Games have their own take of how events unfolded in Jurassic Park, and it looks promising. Known for their 'story first' approach, they decided to branch out into this new territory and let the game-play unfold. Read More.
When Nintendo recommended I try Kid Icarus: Uprising for the 3DS, I thought it would have the same impact on me as the original NES game from the 80s, and by impact I mean not much of one. I was pleasantly surprised, however, to see that it not only is much of something, but it stands out in a very good way. Read More.
Link will forever be saving Zelda it seems, as yet another new chapter in Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda saga is ready to take its turn in the 25-year old franchise. Will it promise some of the usual Zelda-esque action you know and love, while adding a new twist? You can bet your triforce on it. Read More.
While this project is still in production, I was able to catch a small glimpse of Kalypso's new Airline Tycoon 2. From what I could tell, fans of the series will be happy with the results. Read More.
What would you give to find yourself on your very own tropical island, with the power to do what you want, build what you'd like, and invite whomever you wish to it? Kalypso saves you the trouble of answering that by giving you that power, and all you must do is wield it well. Read More.
Based on the Disney Channel original movie coming out August 5th, Disney's Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension looks to be an absolute treat to enjoy. Read More.