Sergio

Nintendo Download Thursday (February 2, 2017)

Greetings, Nintendo gamers, it’s Thursday once more. For the first time, the Wii U Virtual Console will feature new releases from a non-Nintendo system. And as usual, the 3DS is releasing new “mini-games” as well. Here are this week’s new releases: Wii U Virtual Console/eShop BOMBERMAN ’94 ($6.99) Gradius (TurboGrafx-16 version) ($6.99) I C REDD ($1.49) Lucentek Beyond ($3.99) Star Splash: Shatter...[Read More]

Nintendo Download Thursday (North America 1-26-17)

Hello Nintendo gamers, it’s Thursday once again, which means the newly re-released content is out today. But it’s really short this week because, well, it supposedly had to take a break (see at 0:03 to get the reference). The theme for this week’s Wii U Virtual Console release is Culture Brain Kung-Fu: three kung-fu games developed by Culture Brain (including the cult classic, Kung-Fu Heroes) for ...[Read More]

Nintendo Download Thursday (January 19, 2017 – North America)

Even though the Wii U and (seemingly) the 3DS are no longer in production, Nintendo is still carrying the tradition of releasing downloads for retail and the Virtual Console every Thursday. Hopefully with the Switch, this tradition will still carry on. Here are this week’s new releases: Wii U eShop Toby: The Secret Mine ($9.99) Koi DX ($3.99) Mega Maze ($3.99) Snowball ($3.00) Wii U Virtual Consol...[Read More]

Ultra Street Fighter II coming to the Switch

If you’re disappointed in Street Fighter V and a Nintendo player, great news: Ultra Street Fighter II – The Final Challengers is coming to the Switch. It seems like Street Fighter II is by far the best in the series because it has faced many reiterations since the original version: Champion Edition, Turbo, Super, Super Turbo, Hyper, HD Remix, and now Ultra, New to Ultra will be Evil Ry...[Read More]

Bundle Stars extends PC game sales

If you’ve missed the Steam Winter sale, fear not. For the next 3 days, Bundle Stars will have it’s own massive PC games sales that can go directly to your Steam account (some might be ending sooner). Games include: Batman Bundle ($9.99) which includes: Batman: Arkham Asylum GOTY, Batman: Arkham City GOTY, Batman: Arkham Origins and all of its DLCs, and Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate ...[Read More]

Sergio’s Top 5 games for 2017

Admittingly, I did not play many newly released titles this year. Like many gamers, especially PC gamers, I have way too many games that I did not play yet. This trend may continue throughout 2017 and beyond. Still, that doesn’t mean I can’t give out my top 5 highly anticipated games for 2017. Here they are: 5. Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Wii U/Switch) Nintendo did not release any new adv...[Read More]

Super Mario Bros. will be out on Blu-ray in a steel case – in the UK

British-based pop-tech site, Zavvi, is releasing the “Exclusive Limited Edition” of Super Mario Bros., the movie, on Blu-ray this February. Needless to say, the movie did not receive many positive reviews. In fact, the late Bob Hoskins (Mario), reportedly said he hated making the movie. Contrast that with John Leguizamo (Luigi) who said he “grew to love it”. Given all of that, it’s easy to see why...[Read More]

Double Dragon IV announced

Looks like Christmas is a day late for lifelong Double Dragon fans, but who cares? Publisher/developer Arc System Works is going to release Double Dragon 4 for the PS4 and Steam (more to come on the lack of Xbox One release). After Double Dragon III, many of the other Double Dragon games appeared such as Super Double Dragon/Return of the Double Dragon for the Super Nintendo/Famicom, Double Dragon ...[Read More]

Bully: Anniversary Edition now out for mobile devices

If you’ve missed out on Jimmy Hopkins’s shenanigans the past generation or if you don’t own a gaming PC, but have a high-powered mobile phone, Bully: Anniversary Edition (10 years old now) is now out for the iOS and Android systems. As well as featuring the same lovable characters from the Bully: Scholarship Edition,  Bully: Anniversary Edition has new features such as a “new Friend Challeng...[Read More]

Capcom releases new Resident Evil 7 “Lantern” trailer

Capcom has just released a new Resident Evil 7: Biohazard “Lantern” gameplay trailer. The trailer shows a woman, or at least a woman giving a first-person narrative, trying to escape from a rural neighborhood. She informs “Ethan” in a recording she may not survive her escape. In her escape, she tries to evade from a mysterious figure holding a lantern (hence the name of the...[Read More]

Rayman Origins is free on the PC for August 2016

Rayman Origins will be Ubisoft’s next Ubi30 game on August 17th, and it’s free! Ubisoft released the popular Rayman game for the PC on March 29th, 2012 (November 15th, 2011 on the home consoles). If you missed it and have the latest PC hardware, you will have one month to get this free game. Metacritic gave this game an 86 for the PC, so there is a better reason to get this free game. If you’re no...[Read More]

No Man’s Sky for the PC is reportedly a mess

With much hype surrounding No Man’s Sky, critics and gamers gave mixed reviews for the PS4 version. Unfortunately, the PC is much worse right now. According to IGN, many of the users on Reddit and Steam have encountered problems with the game such as stuttering framerate issues, the inability to launch the game, restarting the PC, sound issues, and other “poor performance issues.” Ben Kuchera of P...[Read More]

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