I figure I should take a break from saying how good Nintendo’s games are and focus on something that’s on another console. I am, after all, nothing if not fair to mostly everything except the Xbox One because I just don’t want one of those things within ten metres of my home. But hey, let’s take a look at Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor.
Boy, look at me, reviewing almost nothing but good Nintendo games. It’s almost like I’m a huge fan of the company after growing up with a Nintendo system in my house for pretty much my whole memorable life. Ever since Super Mario World all the way back on the Super Nintendo (sorry, eighties-kids, I was raised on 16-bits), I’ve loved video games. And Mario games! So let’s talk about what is probably my favorite Mario game of all – Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
Donkey Kong Country is a video game franchise that’s now five games strong. If you’re not counting all the various spin-offs, and Donkey Kong 64, that is. What Rareware started all the way back on the Super Nintendo has evolved considerably, with Retro Studios taking the reins for the previous adventure, Donkey Kong Country Returns on the Wii. And they’re back again, and about time too, with Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze for the Wii U.
With the final batch of DLC released, and all that’s left in the future being rudimentary balance patches, I think it’s finally appropriate to release a review of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U as the full experience is now here.