The pink round child is excellent, let us celebrate him!
The plump little pinky’s latest game is a) pretty darn good and b) a reminder that Nintendo isn’t abandoning the 3DS.
It eventually trips over familiar free-to-play catches, but you can still have a lot of fun here, without spending a penny.
Theme park ride designer David C. Cobb on Nintendo, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and next-gen theme park design.
The new-to-3DS platformer is also tightly designed, with secrets popping from under every button.
Have a very Sadboy holiday :'(
I'm taking my inner 5-year-old for a five week tour of the tiny classic console.
Loud and fast music. Electric lights. Surely you need no further stimulus, beside whatever's in your blood already. But if you really fancy a game, it's best to get weird.
There's a new Kirby game, a new Paper Mario, and no Zelda Wii U news (obviously).