Talking Point: Why Did Nintendo Give Up On Its ‘Classic Edition’ Concept So Soon?

© Nintendo Life We don’t exist in a bubble here at Nintendo Life, and there’s many a time we’ve glanced over other sites and spotted a feature that makes us jealous we didn’t think of writing it first. One such piece is this excellent RetroBeat feature by Mike Minotti over on VentureBeat, which asks one … Read more

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? (April 24th)

© Capcom Another busy week in the world of video games has come to an end. In the past seven days we’ve seen LEGO Luigi leaked and then officially revealed, Super Nintendo World forced to close temporarily due to pandemic-related precautions after opening just a month ago, and Super Mario 64 show up playable in … Read more

Talking Point: Is It Worth Buying A Nintendo Wii U In 2021?

Nintendo’s doing pretty well at the moment, with its Switch console selling like hotcakes and games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons creating a whole new generation of fans. You might assume, then, that the sheer notion of investing your hard-earned money in the company’s last-gen system – and one which sold in utterly pitiful numbers … Read more

Talking Point: Is “Cheesing” A Legitimate Strategy?

I find absolutely zero shame in telling you all here today that I am a cheeser. I cheese whenever possible. Tactics? Strategy? No thanks. I’d rather hide behind a pillar and take potshots for half an hour than do things the “right way”. Hold up, dial it back. I know you like talking about food … Read more

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? (April 16th)

Another long week has come and gone; one that saw Nintendo announce a new indigo Switch Lite, rumours and a staunch denial that someone was looking to snap up Square Enix, and a rather good Nintendo Indie World Showcase that saw some releases drop on Switch eShop. Lots of weekend fodder! Now, though, it’s time … Read more

4 Out of 10 Mobiles Vulnerable to Cyber-Attacks, Says Check Point

Security firm Check Point has released its Mobile Security Report 2021 revealing some alarming details about cyber-attacks last year. The company says that four out of every 10 mobile phones are inherently vulnerable to cyber-attacks. The report says that 97 percent of organisations globally in 2020 faced mobile threats that used multiple attack vectors and … Read more