Pushmo is a puzzle platformer published by Nintendo and developed by Intelligent Systems, creators of games like Advance Wars and the Paper Mario series. The goal of the game is to reach a specific point in each level. For many levels it’s to reach the highest point. In order to reach that point, you will alter this wall of blocks by pulling them out from the background in order to create platforms. You can then jump on those platforms to create more platforms from other accessible blocks, until you reach your goal.
New tour dates have been revealed for “The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddess” for the United Stats and Canada. The symphony is based on the hit Nintendo franchise, The Legend of Zelda. Featuring music from the memorable series of games, as played by a live orchestra. The new tour dates begin on September 15… Continue reading Nintendo Announces New Tour Dates For The Legend of Zelda Symphony
Today, Nintendo has announced that they will be showcasing their upcoming new console, the Wii U, at this year’s PAX Prime event. The event takes places on August 31 through September 2 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle. Various Wii U software will be on display for attendees to check out in order… Continue reading Nintendo Bringing Wii U To PAX Prime
Activision said they wanted a conventional controller or else their titles would not appear on Wii U. Nintendo only created the Wii U Pro Controller because of pressure from Activision, Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter told an audience at Develop last week (via Edge). “I don’t get it,” he said. “I think that essentially this is… Continue reading Wii U Pro Controller designed to secure Call of Duty
It’s been a while since I’ve posted a video about Super Mario Galaxy 2. Mario keeps evolving and evolving, in fact, I have two videos to share, that details features about Galaxy 2’s new gameplay mechanics. Nintendo’s mantra of adding new features, and evolving the Super Mario franchise is in increments rather than leaps and… Continue reading New Super Mario Galaxy 2 videos!
Nintendo has always been known for its high quality video games. At the first glance, it’s easy to think that Nintendo is a hardware powerhouse, because of their success with Nintendo Entertainment System, Super NES, Nintendo 64, GameCube, the entire GameBoy family of handhelds, the Nintendo DS family, and the recent worldwide acclaimed Wii. The… Continue reading I just wish Nintendo became third party.
Change is upon us; the economic wave has caused businesses to sell their assets to a better suited company to take helm of their beloved franchises, or brands. But change for many of the major companies started when there was a change in the way the market behaved to these companies. Starting with Disney and… Continue reading Toons to go Mature?
Everyone is doing predictions all over the internet. And I’ll be the last person on the queue on the road to E32009. Lost and Damned heads to PS3? Maybe Microsoft has a curse for having their exclusives jump ship? Sony may be getting Lost and Damned onto their PS3 console because the game was a… Continue reading CarlosX360’s E32009 Predictions