This week’s Question Block tackles Minecraft, which is finally releasing on the Wii U. Is this port too late, or do you think it’ll still succeed? Also, what impact will … Read More
This week we’re attempting something fresh at Pure Nintendo, with the hopes that it becomes a new regular feature. Readers of PNM are of course familiar with ‘The Question Block’; … Read More
As we welcome the weekend, the Pure Nintendo team looks back to the games that helped us through the last seven days. We’re not shy about being avid Nintendo fans, … Read More
When Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival was first unveiled at E3, my reaction was that of genuine intrigue. Others responded in far more disapproving ways however. Though the new Metroid 3DS … Read More
Hey everyone! I have a rather unique featured artist to share with you this week. Alice Anderson is a 22 year old Toy Photographer from the UK. In her spare time … Read More
The curiously named Cutie Pets Pick Berries (which from here I’ll abbreviate as CPPB) is a very simplistic game with a puzzling hook. The hook however doesn’t stem from the … Read More
Ascent of Kings is an adventure-platformer from Nostatic Software. The developer has been quite busy lately, having ported four titles to the Wii U eShop in a span of … Read More
Gunslugs II is a run and gun shooter with a decidedly retro look. While the trailer showed some promise, the gameplay has proven terribly repetitive, and has made for some … Read More
Collect, cooperate and get crafty with Yoshi!
I remember my excitement when Yoshi’s latest adventure was first announced nearly three years ago. My anticipation has been growing steadily in the … Read More
Pure Nintendo is looking for three individuals to join the Pure Nintendo writing team. Read More
Defense Dome is a throwback to classic arcade-style shooters of the 1990s. Target an onslaught of enemy missiles by using the Wii U GamePad as a zoomable, gyroscope-controlled scope, and … Read More
The original is an 8-bit classic, but VS. Excitebike brings so much more to the table. This Japanese racer recently made its way to the Wii U Virtual Console. But … 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
M.C. Escher meets Isaac Newton.
The award-winning indie puzzler, The Bridge, has finally made its way to the Wii U eShop. You’ll be rotating the irregularly constructed environments in … Read More
When you think of Epyx on the Nintendo Entertainment System, what’s the first title that comes to mind? California Games no doubt, a bona fide classic summer sport mix. But … 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
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