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Super Mario Galaxy

Super Mario Galaxy is a recently released video game for the Wii, and it has been deemed by most critics as the best that the series has to offer. In it, Mario goes on an intergalactic journey in an attempt to save his beloved Princess Peach, who has been kidnapped by the evil Bowser. It's obviously not the plot that makes this game so appealing though - it's the gameplay, and Mario Galaxy executes on this aspect in every way possible, inviting new ideas such as gravity into the mix and implementing previous innovations as well. More...

Animal Crossing

Animal Crossing is a GameCube video game released in 2002 that was praised for it's use of the internal clock within the GameCube. The self proclaimed "game that plays even when you don't" sold 2.5 million copies, though it's perhaps best known for causing a sequel, Animal Crossing: Wild World to be made, which sold nearly 10 million copies. In the game you play as either a boy or a girl and partake in daily activities without any prominent goal in mind; there is absolutely no way to beat the game. More...

List of EarthBound characters

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System video game EarthBound features a diverse cast of characters - both playable and non-playable. The four main heroes of the game, Ness, Paula, Jeff and Poo meet these various characters on their adventure to rid the world of the invading Giygas, as well as other baddies such as Porky, among many others. Most of the characters in the game have strange looks and stranger personalities, much like the original game in the series, Mother. More...

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

The Nintendo 64 was home to various all-time classics. Super Mario 64, GoldenEye 007, and Super Smash Bros. just to name a few. Though of all the games that were released on the system, none can compare to the classic that is The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Designed to be one of the systems' games, it ended up being one of video gaming's best titles, currently ranked as the highest rated game of all time according to GameRankings.com. More...

EarthBound

RPGs were a common genre in the SNES generation, but there was one in particular that stood out among the bunch and has since its release gained a huge cult following. The Nintendo published title, EarthBound, was the first game in the Mother series to be released in America. The previous game, Mother, was released exclusively for the Famicom in Japan. EarthBound chronicled the adventures of Ness, Paula, Jeff and Poo. It was a humorous and epic tale that took the heroes across a parodied United States called Eagleland. A sequel has since been released for the Game Boy Advance called Mother 3, though this game was unfortunately never released in America or Europe. More...

Donkey Kong (video game)

Donkey Kong is one of the most important video games released in the early eighties. Created by Shigeru Miyamoto of Nintendo, Donkey Kong was intended to replaced unused RadarScope units and was a second chance at trying to break through the American market. It introduced super stars Mario and Donkey Kong and gave birth to an exciting new genre in an industry filled with shooters and maze games. The game went on to sell tens of thousands of units worldwide, and ended up becoming the second best selling arcade game of all time. Both Mario and Donkey Kong went to star in their own series of games, while the damsel in distress, Pauline, was eventually replaced by Princess Peach. More...

Bulbasaur

Bulbasaur is the first Pokémon in the highly successful RPG series of the same name. It is one of the three Pokémon that players can choose as their starter in games taking place in the Kanto region, along with Charmander and Squirtle. All three of them first appeared in Pokémon Red and Blue, released in America in 1998 and Europe in 1999, which were the first games in the series. As a Grass and Poison type Pokémon, Bulbasaur has a wide array of nature-based attacks to his disposal, such as Vine Whip and Sleep Powder. Upon evolving it is also capable of learning the strongest Grass attack of them all; Frenzy Plant. More...

Find Mii

Find Mii (Known in Japan and Europe as StreetPass Quest) is a game for the 3DS where players can go on an adventure to save their Mii. Players gather heroes either by passing by other 3DS users or by using Play Coins. Players can earn interesting and unique hats for their mii by fighting their way through the game's levels and to the boss. More...

Nintendo DSi

Nintendo DSi is a Nintendo-manufactured handheld console that was announced on October 2 2008 and first released in Japan on November 1 of the same year. The majority of the store bought games for it were initially released exclusively for the Nintendo DS and DS Lite. Nevertheless it includes a plethora of exclusive features and does in fact have downloadable and retail games made only for the DSi. More...

Super Mario Adventures

Super Mario Adventures is both a series of comics appearing in Nintendo Power in 1992 and a graphic novel of all of those comics in book form. The story was created by Kentaru Takekuma and copy written by Leslie Swan. The comics were illustrated by Charlie Nozawa. More...

The Verge of History

The Verge of History is the prologue chapter of Fire Emblem: Awakening. As the prologue begins, Avatar is woken up by Chrom, Lissa, and Frederick. Avatar thanks Chrom, but surprised by the odd fact that he somehow knew Chrom's name, however he can't remember his/her own name or where he/her is. Lissa points out that the Avatar may have amnesia, but Frederick suspects that there is something suspicious going on. The Avatar says that he isn't lying, and Chrom believes him. More...

Pikachu

Pikachu is one of the 649 species of Pokémon in the series of the same name. It is a Electric Pokémon that made its first appearance in the first generation games Red and Blue. Created by Satoshi Tajiri and his team at GameFreak, Pikachu quickly became the most popular of the 151 species introduced in the first generation, mostly because of its prominent role in the Pokémon anime. Pikachu is the mascot of the franchise, appearing in nearly every Pokémon game. It has appeared in every movie and is a regular in the Super Smash Bros. franchise. More...

Kid Icarus: Uprising

Kid Icarus: Uprising is a Nintendo 3DS video game developed by Project Sora, and designed by Masahiro Sakurai, creator of Kirby and Super Smash Bros. Announced at E3 2010, Kid Icarus: Uprising was the first video game shown off for the Nintendo 3DS. A revival of the Kid Icarus series, Uprising is the third game in the franchise, the first in twenty-one years, since 1991's Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters. More...

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