Total of 12 user reviews spread across 12 releases
My review of Retro Studios' Sci-Fi Masterpiece
What I am about to say will be considered Nintendo heresy. I'm sorry. I await the hate mail. I never played the classic Metroid series. I had the original Metroid, but I was too young at the time and ...
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Nintendo's flagship characters face-off in an epic rematch.
Super Smash Bros. was huge hit for the N64, selling millions of copies. Two years later, Nintendo brings us the sequel, Super Smash Bros. Melee. Melee offers a variety of modes, weapons, stages, and c...
Nintendogs: Lab & Friends
Very Nice Game.
Nintendo has made their new philosophy quite clear: in addition to pleasing their traditional audience with epic installments to the Mario, Metroid, and Zelda franchises, among others, they intend to ...
New Super Mario Bros.
How does Mario's greatest adventure score?
When you think of Mario, you think of stomping on Goombas, collecting mushrooms and coins, and reaching the flagpole at the end of each level. Lately, however, most Mario games have been 3-D sports or...
Zelda no Densetsu: Kamigami no Triforce
The only Zelda title on the SNES doesn't disappoint.<br />
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is the third installment of Nintendo’s renowned franchise and was released in April 1992. Nearly four years had passed since the last Zelda game and the powerfu...
These little guys pack more of a punch the second time around.<br />
Pikmin was the first game that I ever played on my GameCube. To be honest, it really let me down, so I wasn't really expecting much from the sequel. Luckily, my biggest problem with the original Pikmi...
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
The Legend Continues!
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, the second entry to the now famous Legend of Zelda series, was released in the USA in December 1988. Eager fans and frantic parents scavenged shopping malls and depart...
The Legend of Zelda
This is Where the Legend Begins!
Shigeru Miyamoto created a masterpiece when he made The Legend of Zelda. Released in the USA in July 1987, Zelda was the very first adventure game for NES. It was also the very first game to ever inco...
Hal's First Classic
We all know HAL Laboratory as Nintendo’s great second-party developer, working on key franchises Kirby and Super Smash Bros. But as Satoru Iwata explained in his keynote speech at the 2005 Game Develo...
Super Mario 64
Mario masters the third-dimension.
With only two launch-day titles, Nintendo was really counting on Super Mario 64 to showcase the abilities of the Nintendo 64 and get the new console off to a good start. Not only did Shigeru Miyamoto ...
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
One Of the Best Games Ever!
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was a game that was hyped up to be one of the best games ever created, and it truly lived up to this hype. The game is absolutely flawless in every aspect and is c...
Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
Improving On a Great Concept
The GameCube’s sequel to the popular Nintendo 64 title presents the gamer with a different racing experience when compared to your classic Mario Kart game play. Since it is a sequel, many of the class...