LBX: Little Battlers Experience, is a new 3DS game from experienced developer Level-5. I am completely new to this series both from a video game perspective as well as … Read More
As a student of video game design, I have often dreamed about what I would do if I were given the chance to work on some of Nintendo’s IPs. You … Read More
Physic puzzlers are rather popular, a key reason why so many have released on the eShop. I definitely enjoy a good physics game now and then. Mortar Melon falls more … Read More
Woah Dave! was a small but satisfying 3DS release from day one. When a huge update fleshed out the game with new characters, stages, and more, it became even better. … Read More
Wind-up Knight 2 comes to the Wii U eShop, bypassing its popular predecessor. I’ve always found it odd when sequels are brought to systems lacking the first game, but I … Read More
Just two weeks after their Wii U debut, Nostatic Software is back on the eShop with Kung Fu FIGHT! It’s a fairly amusing martial arts themed runner, putting you in … Read More
Drifting through the stars.
Renegade Kid’s popular Xeodrifter recently found its way from the 3DS to the Wii U, bringing cross-buy along with it. Now gamers can easily experience both versions … Read More
For being such a simple release, Endless Golf has proved surprisingly difficult to review. There’s so many areas where it comes up well short, and yet I can’t deny a … Read More
Created by O2 Games, Baila Latino is like is a Just Dance game for Spanish music fans. Being the person I am, I was the only one on the Pure Nintendo staff … Read More
Score Attacker could be the name of any G.G Series title, but it just so happens to belong to this new shoot em up. The space action can be a … Read More
Streets of Rage proved a popular addition to the SEGA 3D Classics line, and now its highly regarded sequel just released on the eShop. If you’ve been itching for some … Read More
Use your wits and a bit of mischief to solve puzzles in four classic, lighthearted adventure games!
The Quiet Collection is a point n click compilation, whose old school charm … Read More
Armed with a unique grappling arm, Rad Spencer sets off on a daring rescue mission in this classic action side scroller. A reimagining of the popular NES version, Bionic Commando … Read More
One of the great things about indie games is that with enough time, patience, and perseverance, anyone who has a vision of a game in their head can bring it … Read More
This new pong variant form Helix Games looks to entice Wii U gamers with its budget $1.49 price. Much like the company’s prior Wii U release however (Don’t Touch … Read More
Is it Air Hockey? Is it Pinball? It’s Air Pinball Hockey!!
Another entry in the slew of recent DSiWare releases, Air Pinball Hockey is among the better G.G Series titles. … Read More
Two gear reviews in one day? No, it’s not Christmas, or I guess it’s Christmas in July? :) We just took a look at the Mayflash Wii U Pro … Read More
This is a bit of a different review for us here at Pure Nintendo but one that I think will be valid for those who own a Wii U … Read More
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