Just like I did.
Remember the promotion Nintendo ran at the beginning of the year, where (after buying a WiiU) any purchase from their eShop would earn you points? Well, if you have been happily buying the odd title for it, there’s a good chance you have some eShop credit waiting for you.
But you have to hurry a little.
Continue reading “Did You Buy A Wii U This Year? You May Have Free Digital Deluxe eShop Credit Waiting For You”
Because, if anyone’s going to show how to do DLC properly, it’s Nintendo. New Tracks! New characters! Yoshi colour variants…
Continue reading “Mario Kart 8 Has Incoming DLC And It’s Brilliant”
For anything that isn’t Just Dance, basically.
Continue reading “Ubisoft Gives Up On WiiU”
Here we go! Join me (us) as I (we) career through the latest and greatest Mario Kart!
Continue reading “LivePlay: Mario Kart 8”
You may want to book this Friday off or plan some well-timed sick leave: Mario Kart 8 will be in my sweaty hands, and all over the site! (eww)
Continue reading “Clear Your Friday: It’s Time For Mario Kart 8!”
Nintendo announced yesterday that, at the end of May, they will be switching off the online services for two of its more successful consoles, the Wii and DS.
Continue reading “Nintendo Bets The Farm On Mario Kart”
We’re back with another episode of the Awesome Friday Podcast/ This week we’re talking about the WiiU as well as American Hustle and The Wolf of Wall Street.
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Every year, the gaming industry gathers in Los Angeles for the Electronic Entertainmeant Expo for the first taster of the latest handware, software and game exclusives that will be vying for your attention over the next twelve months. It’s always a massive, industry-only event, even when the press events themselves turn out to be disappointments. There will be none of that this year, though – with the twin giants of Microsoft and Sony ready to pull back the curtain on their respective next-gen consoles, it’s going to be stacked with big names and attractive soundbyes.
Continue reading “Incoming: E3 2013 – Press Schedules, Live Blogging and Special Podcast”