NVYVE Studios announces PAMELA, their first title currently under development. So Theodore Senene called up NVYVE Studio’s Studio Director Adam Simonar and here’s what he had to add.
Now that Club Nintendo is closing its doors, it’s safe to wonder if this will be the end of the physical reward system. We go over a brief history of some of the rewards granted to gamers from Nintendo Power strategy guides to soundtracks and weigh it against the digitized reward systems.
Five characters that would make prime additions to Mortal Kombat X as DLC, what they bring to the table, and who they’d likely have major beef with in the latest installment in the series.
The game of the week for this week’s Retro Weekly is one that is very close to my heart: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Horror games: they’re terrifying and yet we always go back to them. Consider this a little virtual cuddle for those of you distraught by this particular genre. I feel you.
With the recent trend of mobile gaming, and hardware that is able to stream your games onto nearly any screen imaginable, the Nvidia Shield will have a great deal of competition right off the bat. Yet, it looks to bring some new features to the table as well, while improving on others. Will this device be the next big thing in console gaming, or merely another forgotten gadget that can stream games?
While it certainly was no joke, April 1st’s installment of Nintendo Direct provided little of interest, and seemed to be more of an advertisement for accessories and DLC than a video game presentation. We provide an analysis of the presentation and provide a recap on the few notable reveals.
Wii U’s lineup is beginning to look promising, particularly on the indie and eshop front. But there are still several hidden gems that are worth checking out which have already been released. We list several of the current most notable eshop-only titles to hit the Wii U.