Even though I was first introduced to video games with the Atari 2600 (I feel old) it was Nintendo that turned me into a lifelong fan. From the magical NES era when Nintendo was the face of gaming, through today with the 3DS, Wii U (and everything in between) Nintendo’s always entertained me with their innovative, and just plain fun games! Writing for Pure Nintendo has allowed me to combine a fondness for journalism with my love of gaming. I’ve especially enjoyed building working relationships with smaller and independent developers and studios.
Dyna Bomb gives a favorable first impression, especially for a game selling at a modest $5.99. Its colorful, vibrant artwork, eight worlds with eight levels each, cool robotic threats, smooth … Read More
Lapis x Labyrinth brings its amalgam of action, platforming, and role-playing to the Nintendo Switch, courtesy of NIS America. Imagine taking an Etrian Odyssey game, and changing the perspective from … Read More
Trüberbrook is a Kickstarter success, a point-and-click graphic adventure game that takes place in Germany, 1967. The setting makes for some fun aesthetic touches. Listening to music from an early … Read More