Total of 19 user reviews spread across 19 releases
Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis
March Of The Minis is a unique, satifying game that is both a great platformer and a brilliant puzzler.
In many of Nintendo's ongoing titles, such as Mario Party and Mario Kart, Mario and Donkey Kong (both protagonists) exist in a universe with all of their Mushroom Kingdom friends, with Bowser as the m...
I love Katamari, don't you?
Your father has just punctured the universe with a tennis ball. Most of the galactic bodies have been sucked into the resulting black hole. What is a pill-sized Prince Of The Cosmos to do? The Kat...
Mario Kart Wii
Racing at its best. 'Nuff said.
First off, I've never been much of a serious racer. I've always enjoyed games like Flatout and Forza, but I've always found myself favoring Diddy Kong Racing and the Mario Kart series. Mario Kart W...
The game serves up gameplay that's interesting enough, but I'm left feeling somewhat discomfited...
Though the game is charming and fun, and the gameplay is innovative, I feel like I'm missing something. Kirby is a ball? Since when? Wha...? I was sort of hoping for more than a shallow explanation on...
Super Mario Galaxy
An utterly exquisite game that anyone can play, and everyone will love.
Super Mario Galaxy........also known as: 1001 Ingredients that make the perfect game. The Planets. The Mushrooms. The Lumas. The Star Bunnies. The Sling Stars. The Gravitational Pulls. The Bees. Th...
Yoshi's Island DS
This charming platformer is everything you might imagine it would be, though it might be too much of a good thing.
Yoshi's Island is a fabulous, unorthodox platformer staring Mario's faithful clan of companions, the Yoshis. Kamek takes Bowser's place as lead-antagonist in YI, and it is up to The Stork, The Yoshis,...
Cooking Mama 2: Dinner With Friends
The savory sequel to Mama's first appearence gives her kitchen and her cook book a bright and vivid update
Now that Mama's got a fan base, "Cooking Mama 2: Dinner With Friends" is here to please crowds and cook supper. Cooking Mama's shallow gameplay doesn't exactly have room for innovation, but Dinner Wit...
This cult-favorite has earned it's admiration.
Being the first, this particular game in the Cooking Mama is arguably the weakest, but it also makes one of the best impressions. Following mini game steps to make dishes is a strange and inexplica...
Peggle: Dual Shot
The marraige of Pachinko and Block Breaker is a match made in heaven.
Puzzles that are easy to lean, difficult to master, and impossible to put down are few and far between. Peggle: Dual Shot is a relative newcomer in this exclusive family of puzzle games, but it certai...
Now, I knew what to expect. I knew this was an old classic PC game that was ported to the DS with snazzy new touch controls. However, I had know idea how broken and buggy this poor, sweet classic was....
World of Goo
Word of Goo oozes with gooey deliciousness
World Of Goo is classified merely as "puzzle game". As far as I'm concerned, to believe this is to go insane. One half Puzzle, one half RPG, one half Sim, and one half delicious, World Of Goo serve...
Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz
Poor camera angles, frustrating controls, and lack-lustre level design suffocate the game's charm and cuteness.
I'm half way through the game, and I just can't take it anymore. The wonky motion controls, coupled with the ever-changing camera angle is enough to both sabotage your attempts, and make you want to h...
Mario Party 8
8 is great!
I've always been a big fan of the Mario Party series, but by the time Mario Party 7 came about, I was burned out. Mario Party 8 breaths new life into the all-but-exhausted Mario Party formula. Most...
Mario Party DS
Mario Party DS does the series more than justice.
Mario Party is one of my favorite Nintendo series, and the idea of a DS edition sounded strange at first; a multi-player based franchise for a single-player based system. Fortunately, Mario Party has ...
A fresh twist one of my favorite video game series.
Cooking Mama has been one of my favorites game series since Cook Off was released for the Wii. I love all 4 Cooking Mamas for their campy quirks and delightful gameplay. As it turns out, the best game...
Would you like some substance with your fun? No? Alright then; this is for you.
WarioWare has been eluding classification for quite some time. It's safe to say that it has defined it's own genre: All-You-Can-Eat Micro-Game Buffet. WarioWare is famous clusters of completely in...
Cooking Mama 2: World Kitchen
Mama's 2nd appearence on the Wii gets everything right.
4 games into the series, one would suspect that the indefatigable Mama may be running out of recipes. Think again. Cooking Mama: World Kitchen breathes new life into Mama's kitchen, and basically s...
Cooking Mama: Minna to Issho ni Oryouri Taikai! (Dream Age Collection Best)
Stumbling it's way onto the Wii, Cook Off is a sheer delight despite some wonky controls
Fans of the series know to take Cooking Mama's gameplay controls with a grain of salt. This notion is most prevalent on Cooking Mama: Cook Off; Mama's first venture on the Wii console. The game arg...
Pikmin (Wii de Asobu)
Even if you finished Pikmin for the GameCube, New Play Control Pikmin is still worth your time.
My GameCube experience with Pikmin was short lived, but intriguing. My Wii experience built on that intrigue, and it grew, just like my army of Pikmin as I explored the strange new world in which t...