Dec 172011
 
Fortune Street | Review (Wii)

Welcome to Fortune Street, the only place where buying and selling stocks, and investing in businesses for profit doesn’t make you part of the “1%”. You can forget about your fancy suit, shiny Italian loafers, and expensive leather briefcase, because this isn’t an actual street, but rather a board game for Wii that tasks players […]

Sep 092011
 
Xenoblade Chronicles | Review (Wii)

Just when gamers start crying that the JRPG genre is dead, Nintendo pulls a doozie like Xenoblade Chronicles out of their bag of many tricks. This game promised to be the complex, sprawling RPG that Wii owners had been begging for. Unfortunately, everyone got it except North Americans, much to the chagrin of those behind […]

Jun 252011
 
Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters | Review (Wii)

I’ve been waiting a very long time for a good superhero game. Even after being let down time and time again, I still can’t help myself, and have subjected myself to an endless stream of very un-super games over the last few years. For some reason I thought Griptonite’s Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters […]

Apr 082010
 
Alex Neuse of Gaijin Games Discusses Bit.Trip RUNNER

First you controlled a paddle, then a laser shooting “core”, and after that, an ever-expanding globular mass. Game designer Alex Neuse discusses the innovative Bit.Trip series with us, and the upcoming Bit.Trip RUNNER title in which players will finally control Commander Video himself.