Gaming superpower Nintendo released the Wii at the back end of 2006; and since then it's been a bit of an odd journey for the console. There was a lot of interest and expectation prior to the release of the Wii, however the jury's still out on whether it's managed to live up to expectations. [...]
While at PAX East 2017 in Boston, I had the pleasure to speaking with Zeke Sparkes, Executive Producer of Brawlhalla over at Blue Mammoth Games. Zeke has been in this sort of work for quite some time coming from being a Lead Developer on the MMO Neverwinter. He was also the Design lead on the [...]
We use chairs every day and when you use a chair every day, you forget what real comfort is in a chair. Sometimes you get so used to a chair that you can’t imagine changing it and you probably don’t even think about it, I know it’s happened to me. It’s with that same mentality [...]
This week has seen vast amounts of content for the gaming world with a wealth of news baser around next-gen consoles, exclusicve games, sneak peaks and fresh content however for Nintendo while this was still correct, they chose to present their games and updates in a different manner, opting to not have a press conference. [...]
Disney has announced their new up and coming game called Disney Infinity which will be looking to take inspiration from Activison's popular interactive game Skylanders. The game will feature 40 collectible well know Disney figures that when used on the special device will appear on the video game. Disney are making the figures very broad with figures [...]
Welcome to another week of The Dragoncast. November 18th 2012 marked a very special day in the history of video games as Nintendo officially started the eighth generation of home video game consoles. The Dragoncast's very own Brian was one of the few that was able to pick up a Wii U this past weekend [...]
Playing Ninja Gaiden 3 should have been an exciting experience and I was hoping that the latest installment will get the franchise back on track. The original game was great and I’ve spent a lot of time slicing my way around, but sadly the sequel felt like a pale consolation. I didn’t expect the third [...]
Nintendo Wii U won't be able to play Blu-Ray or DVD's but will be backward compatible with Wii and peripherals.
This Thanksgiving we are bringing you the Top 10 Video Games of 2011 that you should add to your list.
Nintendo announces the Wii U which will succeed the Wii and has a controller with a 6" screen
A review of Zumba Fitness for the Wii game console.
The Nintendo Wii Pro Pack Mini is a great option for a cheaper combination Wiimote and Nunchuk that has a good grip and fits smaller hands with ease.