It's clear Nintendo wished to change the Mario Tennis series and breath new life into the once hailed Mario sports title, but it's not without its missteps.
While each entry has made its changes and improvements, none such match the number of enhancements and changes that Monster Hunter World has made to make the series more approachable and enjoyable than ever before.
The shift in focus from platforming to exploration while not entirely outside of the Mario franchise's wheelhouse, is one that I cannot entirely agree with.
Difficulty and technical issues on PC can be a turn off for many, but for those who like to tackle a good challenge will enjoy what this game has to offer.
Upon first booting up Metroid: Samus Returns, you are given a sense of scale and grandiose that is not traditionally seen on the Nintendo...
"It was already too late when they called us. The rescue team was ready for anything… but then… that bright light. Before I could...
Hey! Pikmin takes the franchise and moves it into a 2D plane. While the overall theme of the game has remained the same, the rest has changed drastically.
With Splatoon 2 on the Nintendo Switch, I decided to splat down and become my inner squid; finding a great game with some annoying quirks.