Things I Like: Pokemon HeartGold (Nintendo DS)

One of the best remakes of all time. I remember playing Pokemon Silver as a kid. It was one of the best sequels of all time, and most of the kids in my middle school agreed. Unfortunately during the summer before 8th grade, I had went over a friend’s lake house for the weekend. SadlyContinue reading “Things I Like: Pokemon HeartGold (Nintendo DS)”

Things I Hate: Electroplankton (Nintendo DS)

It was sold only on Amazon for a short time. I was suckered into it, mainly for the hope that the game’s value would skyrocket in later years. The style and presentation is done very top-notch. It’s basically is a musical toy. A very creative and unique game. Yep several different musical toys. Since IContinue reading “Things I Hate: Electroplankton (Nintendo DS)”

Video Game History: Pac-Pix (DS)

Pac-Pix was a Pac-Man spinoff released in 2005 for the Nintendo DS. While the DS had a very lackluster first year, there were some interesting spin-offs and unique games for the platform. Pac-Pix was certainly one of them, and it’s probably the most distinctive of the franchise. The game is no simple Pac-Man game. There’sContinue reading “Video Game History: Pac-Pix (DS)”

The Legendary Starfy (Nintendo DS) Review

Even though the series was Japanese-only throughout the GBA days, I was intrigued to see the series come stateside. However I decided to wait for a price drop, and then forgot it’s total existence for awhile. While the game might share some similarities with the Kirby series, it’s not a shameless clone. Starfy absorbs noContinue reading “The Legendary Starfy (Nintendo DS) Review”

Video Game History:Virtual Boy

The Virtual Boy was a semi-portable video game console released by Nintendo in 1995. It was truly one of the most innovative systems ever. But just because you’re innovative, doesn’t mean you’re good. What’s up with the two D-pads? This is one of the most bizarre controllers Nintendo ever made. Well you didn’t plug thisContinue reading “Video Game History:Virtual Boy”