Club Nintendo to close, Stars expire in September

Ryan Lambie News Jan 20, 2015

Nintendo is to close its loyalty scheme. Club Nintendo members have until September to spend their Stars...

Rare NES game sells for over $35,000 on eBay

Ryan Lambie News Jan 16, 2015

A sealed copy of NES exercise game Stadium Events has sold on eBay for an eye-watering - and potentially record-breaking - $35,100...

Puzzles & Dragons: Super Mario Bros Edition confirmed for Europe

Ryan Lambie News Jan 14, 2015

A Mario-themed version of one of Japan's biggest games is coming to the 3DS in Europe. It's Puzzles & Dragons: Super Mario Bros Edition...

Confirmed: New Nintendo 3DS to launch in Europe in February

Ryan Lambie News Jan 14, 2015

Nintendo has announced the European release date for the New 3DS - it's the 13th February...

Have bugged videogames now become the norm?

Aaron Birch Feature Jan 14, 2015

2014 was a banner year for troubled videogame releases, but is this how the industry now operates?

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and purity of game design

Ryan Lambie Feature Jan 9, 2015

The Wii U’s Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker looks simplistic, but other developers could learn from the purity and polish of its design...

The Wii U’s killer feature

Riyad Emeran Feature Jan 2, 2015

Can't choose between the Xbox One and PS4? It's worth considering Nintendo's Wii U as well...

Sega vs Nintendo: revisiting the deadliest console war

Alex Carter Feature Dec 11, 2014

Forget the Xbox and the Playstation. The console wars of the early 90s were way more intense, especially if you were a kid back then...

Nintendo have made three Pikmin short films

Ryan Lambie News Sep 11, 2014

Nintendo's hapless videogame characters, the Pikmin, are the subject of three short films to be shown at the Tokyo Film Festival...

Geeky antiques from the past 35 years

Ryan Lambie Odd List Sep 11, 2014

From action figures and games to books and comics, we take a look at a few geeky antiques from the past decades...