Different versions of games always have subtle differences between them; if a developer has an opportunity to improve something or make something more relevant to a new audience, they’ll take it. That’s just what Nintendo did in Super Mario 3D All-Stars, tweaking the controls, adjusting textures, changing words, it’s all game. We’ve been digging around … Read more Video: There Are Changes In Super Mario 3D All-Stars, And We’ve Found 35 Of Them
In this Soapbox article, Gavin discusses the warm familiar feeling he experienced while watching this week’s Nintendo Indie World Showcase… I was planning on beginning this with a big ‘list o’ shame’; all the indie titles I’ve got backlogged on my Switch that I still need to play, many of them purchased but never ‘opened’. … Read more Soapbox: We’ve Reached The Point-Of-No-Return In This Nindie Love Affair
For years now, LEGO fans have been designing fantastic models and sets based on The Legend of Zelda, hoping that their creations might one day become a reality. When a designer shares a concept to LEGO’s Ideas website, their creation is guaranteed to be reviewed if it gains 10,000 votes and plenty of Zelda sets … Read more We’ve Had LEGO Mario, Could This Fan-Made Breath Of The Wild Link Be Next?
© Playmaji After what feels like a lifetime of waiting, the Polymega console is finally a solid reality, and we were lucky enough to be sent a unit as part of the company’s ongoing beta testing phase. The system formerly known as RetroBlox has come under fire over the past few years following a series … Read more Site News: We’ve Got A Polymega, Ask Us Anything
Austin Voigt Since Animal Crossing: New Horizons launched a few weeks ago, a large community of gamers have been sharing incredible custom designs created for the game. However, perhaps even more impressive than that are the incredible landscaping projects players are undertaking to engineer the perfect Animal Crossing 5-star island paradise using custom designs, items … Read more Animal Crossing: New Horizons: Islands – Get Inspired By The Best Islands We’ve Seen So Far
You can always rely on Devolver Digital to offer up quirky, left-field games, and Sludge Life certainly fits that description. This low-fi 3D adventure game will be hitting Switch and the Epic Games Store this spring, and involves graffiti, farting, photography and urinating into toilets (no, really). Sludge Life will be shown off at PAX … Read more Sludge Life Is Quite Unlike Any Game We’ve Seen, And It’s Coming To Switch This Spring