Time for Nintendo to Get Serious About Backward Compatibility with the Switch 2

In all likelihood, indeed, the Switch 2 will be backward compatible, meaning it can play games from previous console generations. However, anyone with an awareness of console gaming history knows that this is not guaranteed. There are several reasons why Nintendo’s record on backward compatibility is inconsistent, as is the case with every console manufacturer.…

By Andrej Kovacevic 12th March 2024

MAR10 Day Extravaganza: Unveiling the Mystique of Mario!

Mario, our mustachioed hero, has embarked on countless adventures, from his humble beginnings as a plumber to his diverse roles in safeguarding the Mushroom Kingdom. Whether you first encountered him as a plumber or an elephant with a mustache, MAR10 Day is the perfect occasion to celebrate our red-capped champion. Let’s delve into some fun…

By Andrej Kovacevic 10th March 2024

Return to Your Retro Roots with the Switch Online

Remember when Blockbuster Video was still alive and well? Not only did it have the latest and greatest in movies, but it was also a video gamer’s heaven. You simply went in, paid a few bucks and got a video game for the weekend. Which, in that era, was plenty of time to complete the…

By Steph Freeman 26th September 2018

Rounding up E3 2018’s Biggest Surprises

Without excessive preamble, here’s a breakdown of the biggest reveals and announcements at E3 2018.

By Andrej Kovacevic 27th June 2018

Sega’s Mega Drive Mini May Not Give Nintendo a Run for Its Money

Sega’s sudden announcement regarding the upcoming release of the Mega Drive Mini may seem outlandishly overblown.

By Andrej Kovacevic 24th April 2018

Nintendo Doubles down on Mainstream Appeal Instead of 4K Focus

These are the three core objectives that Nintendo currently stands to pursue in the production of its upcoming titles.

By Andrej Kovacevic 29th June 2017

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