With limited online features, Super Mario Maker 3DS is a lame duck port that is destined to be obsolete.
This week James and Yaw take on the Nintendo mega-franchise Metroid.
Find out what's on Super Mario's Dork Shelf in our interview with voice actor Charles Martinet.
Eric and Peter Counter discuss Ghostbusters, Stranger Things, and the Pokemon GO phenomenon.
Composer Dan Rodrigues discusses the Runbow soundtrack and the importance of music in video games.
Star Fox Zero once again proves that motion controls don't always make games better.
What makes hundreds of fans brave a frigid Canadian winter for a glimpse at the latest Fire Emblem?
The 2006 sequel to Earthbound may soon be available with an official English translation.
The new Paper Mario RPG is simple enough for kids yet clever enough for parents.
Multiple generations of Dork Shelf contributors share their first impressions of Nintendo's upcoming RPG.
These were the unexpected highlights of an excellent year for gaming.
The Umbra Witch is coming to the Nintendo brawler with a seductive move set and a new Amiibo.
Cloud Strife will soon be throwing down with Mario, Yoshi, PIkachu, and the rest of your favorite Nintendo mascots.
After years of waiting, a female Link will finally a playable character in an official Zelda game.
At least Nintendo is honest when asking for your money.
Metroid: The Sky Calls is the twelve-minute live-action fan film that you wish Nintendo would make.
The new multiplayer Zelda game recognizes that it's dangerous to go alone.
With its welcoming design and regular content updates, Splatoon is the rare online shooter that remains accessible and fun for players of all ages.