Star Fox 64 was one of if not the best space shooters that was released for the Nintendo 64. The game was amazing and is still seen as the best in the Star Fox franchise. Nintendo would update the game with some fancy new graphics and features and release it on the Nintendo 3DS.
Batman: Arkham Origins is the latest incarnation of the popular Batman video gaming franchise and the task for developing the game was given to newly appointed Warner Bros Montreal. Much like its predecessors Arkham City and Arkham Asylum produced by UK based Rocksteady Games; the premise for Arkham Origins is much the same as previous titles.
The original Halo was released as a launch game for the original Xbox. This game was a fancy remake that was the first Halo game to be made by the guys at 343 Studios, they would go on to make Halo 4. Halo is the biggest exclusive franchise that the Xbox has and it is known as a system seller.
Some people think that video games are having a bad influence on our kids but thankfully they are truly wrong, as many researchers nowadays state that if you play video games with your kids only good things can come out of it. With everyone’s busy and hectic schedule, it’s important to have some down time and what better and healthier way than to play some video game with your children.
Mario would make his entrance on the Nintendo 3DS known all over the world with his first adventure on the handheld. This is one of the game is that is commonly attributed by gamers to turning round the fortunes of the Nintendo 3DS which up to the release of this game had been struggling a little bit with.
“Gamer with Kids”. Do those words really go together in harmony? Video gamers who grew up in the 1980s with the Nintendo Entertainment System or in the 1990s with a Sega Genesis probably have kids of their own today. You love video games, the great memories that your childhood brought, and you want to keep that alive in your adult life, as well as impart some of those feelings to your own children.
Chrono Trigger is considered by many to be the greatest RPG of all time. Square Soft originally released the game on the Super Nintendo in 1995 and it just blew gamers minds all over the world. Over a decade later TOSE would bring an enhanced port of Chrono Trigger to the Nintendo DS.
God Of War III which was released in 2010 would see Kratos grace the Playstation 3 in his first new adventure. This game was said to be the last of Kratos’s battle against the Gods.
The final chapter in the Mass Effect saga would be released simultaneously on the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC. There was no waiting around for Playstation 3 owners this time around. Mass Effect 3 would also be one of the launch titles for the Nintendo Wii U at the tail end of 2012.
Is there any bigger icon in the world of video games that Super Mario? I really do not think there is. And Mario’s platform adventures in the Mushroom Kingdom started with this classic.
If you enjoy playing video games, you probably find them pretty fun and relaxing (at least a little bit). It can be difficult to give up such an activity, where you get to enjoy everything gaming can offer in the comfort of your own home. You would trade anything for that. But, when you have a lover in your life, you often have to trade your gaming time for some time with them. You even sometimes ask yourself “can’t we enjoy video games together?”. If you are one of the lucky people who already have big chunks of fun when playing video games with their partner, you already know the answer. If you aren’t one of those lucky people, the answer is “yes” it’s really possible! It can turn out to be more fun than almost any other indoors activity you and your partner enjoys! However, you should be careful, as this can have a negative effect on your relationship too. It’s true, even though it’s usually harmless. So, if you’re still wondering whether to introduce your partner to video gaming, check out all the reasons why you should or shouldn’t do it.
The latest generation video game consoles in Sony’s Playstation 4, Microsoft’s Xbox One and Nintendo’s Wii U are here. Some like to call them next gen, but the fact is these are the current gen and the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Wii are last gen. But just because we have a new console generation does not mean we should kick our 360, PS3 or Wiis to the curb! There is still life left in them yet!