New Super Mario Bros. Wii Review

New Super Mario Bros. Wii is a game that the old school crowd has wanted for years, as the warm memories of 8-bit platforming joy still hold a special place in the hearts of many. This time, the world’s most famous plumbers return to their sidescrolling roots with a slew of new tricks, . . . → Read More: New Super Mario Bros. Wii Review

Turf Wars Interview

We recently had the opportunity to speak with Nick Baicoinau, the CEO of Mean Freepath about their upcoming iPhone title Turf Wars.

TheGameReviews: Nick, tell me a little bit about your history. How’d you get involved, what did you do before your started working with the IPhone?

Nick Baicoinau: I spent most of my career . . . → Read More: Turf Wars Interview

Turf Wars iPhone Game Review

There’s no doubt that the mafia is a firmly established phenomenon in American culture. From thick, information-packed books about John Gotti, Lucky Luciano, and Bugsy Siegel to popular movies like The Godfather, Goodfellas, and everything that Robert DeNiro has ever been in, the mob still has a certain mystique in the eyes of the American . . . → Read More: Turf Wars iPhone Game Review

Ten Superb Console-to-PC Ports

Since the dawn of the games console, there have been many attempts to port console games to the trusty old PC. Though most of these attemtps have yielded less than stellar resuls, every so often someone does it right. We decided to celebrate ten examples of games that have made the transition from console to . . . → Read More: Ten Superb Console-to-PC Ports

Lips: Number One Hits Review

If you’ve ever looked around Youtube, you know that America is obsessed with singing. People sing in the car, during their showers, at bars, and on street corners, ensuring that passers-by worldwide are constantly at risk of being annoyed by a tone-deaf crooner. iNiS’ Lips: Number One Hits attempts to keep these songbirds planted . . . → Read More: Lips: Number One Hits Review

Spoony Bard 8: Critical and Commercial Contradictions

Even the supposedly recession-proof entertainment industry has been forced by fiscal crunching into some fundamental shifts from progressive game design. But that hasn’t stopped some risky ventures from sneaking into the spotlight.

Unfortunately, two of the most spotlighted of this year’s original IPs are marked by muddled game design and narrative. Though both certainly . . . → Read More: Spoony Bard 8: Critical and Commercial Contradictions

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